UCP wins grants

Funds will support work at children’s centers.

[01.28.04] United Cerebral Palsy of North Carolina has received $25,576 from the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust in Winston-Salem, and $5,000 from the American Airlines Kids Are Special Fund of the Triangle Community Foundation, for its Summer Moore Children’s Center in Greenville.

The funds will be used to build playground facilities for children with and without disabilities.

UCP also has received $4,500 from the Junior League of Raleigh and $5,000 from the Carolina Hurricanes Kids in Community Foundation to fund adaptive-learning tools and assistive technology for its Charlie Gaddy Children’s Center in Raleigh.

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