The Jim Moran Foundation Awards Grant to Unicorn Children's Foundation
Sharon Alexander, CEO of the Unicorn Children's Foundation, shared "This gift of generosity will certainly be a safety net for the 1 of every 6 children who are or have been diagnosed with a developmental or learning disorder and their families! It has given us flexibility to efficiently shift our revenue to where it is needed most."
COVID has had significant impact on people with special needs and their families. Children and young adults with special needs have found themselves even more isolated, unemployed and/or transitioning to virtual education. In addition to parenting, families have now had to figure out how to become their child's therapist, educator, and sole social network with little to no supports or training. Virtual learning has not been an effective modality for many of our population as they have difficulty sustaining attention to a computer screen or simply cannot navigate the technology. Nonprofit organizations face significant challenges to obtain the funding for programmatic and operating expenses, all while the demands for services and supports are exponentially increasing.
For more information on The Jim Moran Foundation, visit www.jimmoranfoundation.org. To learn more about Unicorn Children's Foundation's cradle to career initiatives, visit https://www.unicornchildrensfoundation.org. If you need additional information, please call (561) 620-9377 or email email@example.com.
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About the Unicorn Children's Foundation
Unicorn Children's Foundation is a 25 year old non-profit organization that is dedicated to building communities of acceptance, support, and opportunity for kids and young adults who are challenged by special needs and neurodiversity by supporting or developing its cradle to career pathways. Our initiatives connect families to community resources, advocate for inclusive opportunities, respect differences, empower individuals, and support success. With 1 in 6 children being diagnosed with a developmental or learning disorder, we believe it is our responsibility to create a world where all children's potential can flourish. To learn more about the Unicorn Children's Foundation visit http://www.unicornchildrensfoundation.org. Also available on Facebook and Twitter.
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