The Special Needs Support Center (SNSC) has received a $79,490 grant from the Canaday Family Charitable Trust. The grant is to be dispersed over three years and will help SNSC further their mission of helping children and adults with special needs, and their families, meet their unique challenges through advocacy and program support.
“Our Parent Educational Support and Advocacy Program brings power and voice to all parents, especially the more than 80% of parents we serve who live below the poverty line,” said Executive Director Laura Perez. “This generous funding from the Canaday Family will help us support students, parents, and school teams in formulating plans to help all children, regardless of their special needs, access their education.”
SNSC is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and relies upon the generous support of individuals, businesses, and philanthropic organizations like the Canaday Family Charitable Trust to operate their programs.
“The foundation seeks to fund innovative programs with clear, measurable goals for creating unique and significant improvements in the lives of children,” said Christine O’Donnell, the foundation’s contact. “SNSC represents the type of work the Canaday Charitable Trust funds and we are very pleased to support their efforts.”
For more information, please contact SNSC at 603-448-6311 or on the web at www.snsc-uv.org.