Kidzu Children’s Museum Wins Grant to Support Learning Programs

Ronald McDonald House Charities awarded them $12,000
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Photo courtesy of Kidzu Children’s Museum

Ronald McDonald House Charities of North Carolina awarded Kidzu Children’s Museum a $12,000 grant in June to support its “Learning Without Boundaries” program, which aims to provide free and discounted early learning programs to children from low-income families in Orange County.

“We’re so thankful to Ronald McDonald House Charities of North Carolina for giving us this opportunity,” says Lisa Van Deman, executive director of Kidzu Children’s Museum. “We firmly believe that all children should have access to early childhood educational opportunities, and we’re excited that Ronald McDonald House Charities of North Carolina believes in this mission as well.”

Ronald McDonald House Charities of North Carolina distributes grants every spring and fall, and has awarded more than $1 million in grants to more than 150 non-profit organizations. The funds help children in the areas of health care, education and social service. Learn more at rmhcofnc.org.

 

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