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Bowtie Kids Receives Grant From Focus For Health Foundation

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Bowtie Kids Receives Grant From Focus For Health Foundation

September 14
23:30 2023
USING TRUST-BASED PHILANTHROPY TO SUPPORT CHILDREN AFFECTED BY CHRONIC PAIN

Bowtie Kids (www.bowtiekids.org), a prominent nonprofit organization committed to improving the lives of children facing chronic pain, is proud to announce the reception of a generous, unrestricted grant using the principles of Trust-Based Philanthropy from the esteemed Focus For Health Foundation. This collaboration seeks to provide vital resources and support for children and families navigating the challenges of chronic pain.

Chronic pain among children is a profound and often overlooked issue, affecting countless young lives and their overall well-being. Recognizing the urgent need to address this matter, Bowtie Kids has consistently worked towards raising awareness, offering guidance, and building a strong community for these children and their families.

Focus For Health Foundation, known for its dedication to promoting health and well-being across communities and its leadership in utilizing Trust-Based Philanthropy principles, emphasizes collaboration, transparency, and flexibility, allowing nonprofits to allocate funds in ways that best align with their mission and needs.

The unrestricted grant will enable Bowtie Kids to expand its programs and initiatives, enhancing its ability to offer comprehensive support to children battling chronic pain and the emotional toll it takes.

“Chronic pain is not just a physical burden; it can have significant emotional and psychological consequences for those impacted. This collaboration with Focus For Health Foundation marks a pivotal moment in our journey to provide holistic assistance to these young warriors and their families,” stated Karen Prescod, Founder and CEO of Bowtie Kids. “We are grateful for the support that will enable us to reach more children in need.”

September holds particular significance in pain awareness and suicide prevention because Pain Awareness Month serves as a platform to shed light on the struggles faced by those dealing with chronic pain and the importance of effective management strategies, while Suicide Prevention Month is a solemn reminder of the psychological toll that untreated pain can inflict, underlining the need for comprehensive care and support.

The Focus For Health Foundation grant will facilitate the expansion of Bowtie Kids’ educational resources, support networks, and awareness campaigns. Through these efforts, the organization aims to empower children and families with the tools to manage chronic pain, promote mental health, and cultivate a strong sense of community.

Bowtie Kids and Focus For Health Foundation are excited to embark on this collaborative journey, uniting their efforts to make a meaningful difference in the lives of children battling chronic pain. As the nation observes Pain Awareness Month and Suicide Prevention Month in September, Bowtie Kids is determined to turn the spotlight onto these crucial issues and create lasting change.

For more information about Bowtie Kids and their programs, visit www.bowtiekids.org

About Bowtie Kids:

Bowtie Kids is a nonprofit organization supporting children and families affected by chronic pain. Through educational resources, support networks, mentoring, and awareness initiatives, Bowtie Kids empowers youth to manage their pain better, promote mental and emotional well-being, and foster community.

To learn more, visit www.bowtiekids.org

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Note: The information provided in this press release is accurate as of the date of release. Any subsequent developments may not be included

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Company Name: Bowtie Kids
Contact Person: Tracey Prescod
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Phone: 888 884 9195
Country: United States
Website: https://bowtiekids.org

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