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KIDGUARD FOR NONPROFITS 2018 RECIPIENTS

Kidguard’s Non Profit Grant program is proud to support these incredible organizations fighting for families and children around the world. This year alone, we’ve awarded $10,000 to the Non Profits below to support their inspiring initiatives benefiting family and child development.

Huge congratulations to our 2018 recipients:

Anxiety and Depression Association of America

Grant Amount: $2,500 

Grant Impact: Enhance our free evidence-based resources to educate and raise awareness for children and parents about anxiety and depression risks.

National Children's Alliance

Grant Amount: $2,500 

Grant Impact
Support training initiatives to introduce the use of standardized evidence-based mental health assessment (EBA) into all Child Advocacy Centers (CACs).

Harvest Hope Food Bank

Grant Amount: $1,000

Grant Impact:Support after-school programs to emphasize the importance of developing a philanthropic spirit early in a young child’s life.

World Bicycle Relief

Grant Amount: $1,000 

Grant Impact:Fund bicycles for students that live at least 3 km from schools and meet other community-selected selection criteria.

Girls on the Run of the Bay Area

Grant Amount: $1,000

Grant Impact:Enroll and serve girls at schools with a concentration of financial need.

Learning To Give

Grant Amount: $1,000 

Grant Impact:Extend youth discussions about giving and volunteerism beyond classroom activity to stimulate meaningful engagement in families.

Duluth Children Museum

Grant Amount: $1,000

Grant Impact:
Provide programming education related to navigating technology and using the internet safely.

How We Partner To Support

KidGuard For Nonprofits aims to partner with nonprofit organizations around the world supporting defense of children at risk due to digital causes.

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