Gleason’s Give A Kid A Dream, Inc., an organization committed to help children in need, announced today that it has been awarded a $5,000.00 grant from eBay Foundation Corporate Advised Fund at Silicon Valley Community Foundation. The Grant was recommended by eBay Foundation’s employee-volunteer led New York Global Impact Team. Funds will be used to Provide Children with a trainer also a nutritionist. Also Trips to a boxing camp and fights.
Gleason’s Give A Kid A Dream Inc., was made possible in part through eBay Foundation’s Global Impact Team program, which empowers employees of eBay to support their communities through volunteerism and employee- sponsored grants. In 2014 alone, Global Impact Teams worldwide recommended over 250 nonprofits to receive grants totaling more than $1,200,000.
“eBay Foundation was established to reach beyond the boundaries of eBay’s virtual village to develop strong communities that bring people together,” said Amy Millington, President of eBay Foundation. “Through our Global Impact Teams, we’ve been able to identify and support a wide variety of outstanding programs, that feed families in the San Francisco Bay Area, educate children in India, assist seniors in Germany, Mentor at- risk youth in Omaha, and serve the homeless in Austin-to name only a few. We couldn’t be happier to add our list of beneficiaries by supporting Gleasons Give A Kid A Dream, Inc. in its efforts to help troubled children to excel in life.
Gleason’s Give A Kid A Dream Inc. nonprofit is to help children in need. Children who are being bullied some who can have trouble with the law and also children with other small problems such as anti social anger problems and many other things. The goal is to help children become a success in life and better there self mentally and physically and keeping them from being idol and holding them in a safe environment.
eBay Foundation Was established by eBay in 1998 and, reflecting eBay innovation, was the first corporate foundation to be endowed with pre-IPO stock. Since inception, the Foundation has contributed more than $30 million to nonprofit organization worldwide. The Foundation engages eBay employees and supports their pursuit of charitable giving and volunteerism through its Global Impact Team program. In addition, using a unique combination of foundation funding, employee volunteerism and others resources, eBay Foundation have created The Opportunity Project to extend the company’s commitment to global citizenship. By scaling social innovation that creates economic opportunity Project gives people in need chance to participate in the global economy, provide for their families, and build stronger communities. For more information: www.theopportunityproject.org. eBay Foundation Global Impact Team grants are awarded by the eBay Foundation Corporate Advised Fund at Silicon Valley Community Foundation
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