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Laurie A. Rumbaugh Family Foundation Champions Education and Underwrites Books for City Day Community School Children

Students had a frolicking fun time during book debut of Sip Tea with Mad Hatter DAYTON, OH, USA, June 6, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — EW Foundation, an educational nonprofit providing award-winning character education books and programs for children and youth, recently visited the students at City Day Community School, a Title I school in Dayton, Ohio, to present an interactive story time of its second children’s book, Sip Tea with Mad Hatter. As the school’s very first author visit, students were eager...

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Slim-Fast Entrepreneur S. Daniel Abraham Generously Provides Character Education Books for Title I Elementary Students

Children’s Author Loretta Neff takes students on an educational and whimsical journey through her new book, Sip Tea with Mad Hatter PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, USA, May 16, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — EW Foundation, an educational nonprofit providing award-winning character education books and programs for children and youth, provided a story time preview of its second children’s book, Sip Tea with Mad Hatter, for Diamond View Elementary School, a Title I school in Greenacres, Florida. Dressed in eccentric Mad Hatter style, Author Loretta...

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Founders Society Donor Richard McCready Honored by EW Foundation

PALM BEACH, FL, USA, February 22, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — The EW Foundation recently honored Richard McCready during a dinner at Renato’s in Palm Beach for his generous donation of $10,000 pledged during the foundation’s signature fundraising event, Books, Bellinis, & Bel Canto, held at Club Colette on Sunday, February 5, 2017. Richard’s gift offers children, in many cases living below poverty level, an opportunity to have something not found in the home…a book to call...

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EW Foundation’s Musical Brunch Hits a High Note and Raises Over $50,000 for Underprivileged Children

Cupid Strikes at Club Colette—Education Supporters Show Love for Children With emphasis on good character and core values, donors understand the value of our books and fully embraced the opportunity to provide them for children in underserved areas of our community.” — Children’s Author and Founder Loretta Neff PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, USA, February 8, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — EW Foundation, an educational nonprofit providing award-winning character education books and programs for children and youth, celebrated another year’s...

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EW Foundation Exceeds 2016 Goal to Benefit 10,000 Children with a $10,000 Gift from the Arthur E. Benjamin Foundation

Providing Direct Impact to Enrich the Lives of Children in Low-Income Communities Arthur Benjamin’s generous gift is just one more example of his leadership and devotion to education and the humanities.” — founder and executive director, Loretta Neff PALM BEACH, FL, USA, January 25, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Bringing 2016 to a close, Arthur E. Benjamin, of Arthur E. Benjamin Foundation and Founder of American Dog Rescue, locked down a title sponsorship for the sold-out 3rd...

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TIS’ the Season for Giving, EW Foundation Secures $17,500 in Additional Underwriting for Education Outreach Programs

Developing Character and Promoting Strong Social Skills to Children in Low-Income Communities I am profoundly grateful for these donors. For many children, this gift will be the first book they will ever own. — Loretta Neff, founder of the EW Foundation PALM BEACH, FL, USA, December 29, 2016 /EINPresswire.com/ — EW Foundation Inc., a 501(3)(c) nonprofit, announced today that it recently secured $17,500 in additional sponsorships for its 3rd annual musical brunch, Books, Bellinis,...

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EW Foundation Debuts Angelic Singers and Children’s Tree of Character During 10th Annual Festival of Trees

Children’s Author Loretta Neff inspires creativity and unveils a whimsical “Tree of Character” in the theme of her latest book, “Sip Tea with Mad Hatter” “The Norton is a cultural jewel and we’re grateful to Margaret Horgan, Director of Community Engagement, for allowing us to be a small part of their holiday event of the season. — Loretta Neff, EWF founder and executive director PALM BEACH, FL, USA, December 21, 2016 /EINPresswire.com/ — EW Foundation Inc.,...

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Memorial Elementary students go on a safari

OLD BRIDGE – Memorial Elementary students got to visit a safari courtesy of an award-winning author from Palm Beach, Florida. Lorretta Neff, founder of the EW Foundation, presented the kindergarten through fifth grade students with her book, “Tame Your Manners,” on Nov. 17. The journey took the students through the different animals of K.A.M.P Safari (Kids’ Animals & Manners Program) to teach them how to be the best selves they can be, according to a statement prepared by the school....

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Promoting Good Character in Children, EW Foundation Collaborates with a National School of Character

More than 400 students attend interactive story time with author of award winning children’s book. “Memorial Elementary is a wonderful example of how parents and teachers can work together to enrich the community with character education programs.” — Loretta Neff WEST PALM BEACH, FL, UNITED STATES, November 29, 2016 /EINPresswire.com/ — West Palm Beach, Florida – The gymnasium at Memorial Elementary School set the stage for more than 400 students and 48 teachers and staff who participated...

Palm Beacher the driving force behind Literacy Days at Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens

Photo Courtesy Capehart: Cynthia Sulzberger and Nancy Jones By Gregory Cox Daily News Staff Writer Elementary school students learned all about reading Monday but in a very different setting: the Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens. About 350 students from three Title I schools, or schools with a high percentage of children from low-income families, visited for the eighth annual Literacy Days, going from more than a dozen stations to engage with various authors, illustrators, librarians, law enforcement officials and artists. “It’s another way to get...