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Joe Chadowski

on 29 April 2010

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Mission The mission of STANDUP FORKIDS is to help homeless and at-risk youth
They provide necessities such as food, clothing, and hygene resources

Services Lessons and assistance in personal hygene, housing, health, transportation, and legal advice
Laundry, hot meals, and mail
Outreach program teaches how to maintain a safe home Volunteer Volunteers must first submit a background check and then attend eight two hour classes
Volunteers can help with counseling, school work, employment and housing Stats 1.3 million homeless kids in America
Children are 27% of the US population
Almost 1,000,000 hours of community service
Over 1,000,000 meals delivered to kids! DRA give presentations to elementary and middle school students (presented by college/high school students)
DRA cards-contacts
History Founded in 1990 by Richard Koca after watching a 48 hours on child homelessness
Started a local organization in San Diego which soon became national Locations Headquaters in San Diego, CA
43 programs in over 20 states
IL, NM, VA, TN locations are in construction
Donations 94% goes directly to kids.
Visit http://www.standupforkids.org/scontribute.html to contribute online
or mail donations to:
83 Walton Street, Suite 100
Atlanta, Georgia 30303

Accomplishments Recognized by the Geroge Bush and Bill Clinton Administrations
U.S. Justice Department
Colorado Secretary of State
Arizona Governor's Office for Children
Received JCPenny "Golden Rule Award"
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