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No Child is Forgotten with Realities for Children

Released Friday, 15th May 2020
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“What are the most important words a kid can say? There are no words, but there are ACTIONS.” ~ Craig Secher
No Child Should Be Forgotten. On this episode, Dr. Natalie Phillips chats with Craig Secher, Founder and Executive Director of Realities For Children.
Realities For Children was incorporated in 1995 and has been funding the unmet needs of Larimer County children who have been abused, neglected, or at-risk through supporting the services of 39 Partner Youth Agencies and are represented by nearly 250 Business Members invested in making it their business to make a difference.  Realities for Children provides emergency funding, youth activities, and critical distributions through their collaborative resources.
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