“There are so many groups in Alameda that take care of people and their needs, and this is what Kiwanis wants to generously support.”. Past recipients of foundation grants include programs run by the Alameda Boys & Girls Club, Alameda Community Sailing Center, Friends of the Alameda Animal Shelter, Girls Inc. of the Island City and the Alameda Education Foundation. “We sit down and look at local needs and the applications, so everything can go back to the community,” she explained.
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