The Bubel/Aiken Foundation Receives A Grant


Clay Aiken Helps All Kids

Clay Aiken Helps All Kids

Congratulations to the Bubel/Aiken Foundation.  According to TBAF, the Mitsubishi Electric America Foundation awarded a $40,000 grant to them for a joint venture with The National Center for Summer Learning at Johns Hopkins University.

The Bubel/Aiken Foundation and the National Center for Summer Learning have been working together for 3 years to create a distinct and powerful force for change in summer learning for all children.  They will be developing a summer learning curriculum that will help summer camps all over learn how to fully include youth with disabilities.

“We are very pleased to incorporate this project into our Inclusion Initiative, expanding inclusion outreach to the critical area of summer learning,” said Rayna Aylward, MEAF’s executive director. “The Bubel/Aiken Foundation and the National Center for Summer Learning add valuable experience and focus to the inclusion mix, and their collaboration will enrich the lives of many thousands of youth with and without disabilities.”

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Comments

  1. How wonderful is that? HOORAY for all the kids who will benefit – ALL children. 🙂

    Congratulations to TBAF!!!

  2. This is such wonderful news. Johns Hopkins University is a very prestigious school and that makes this news even better.

  3. How absolutely WONDERFUL for all the children that will now be able to enjoy camp. Congratulations to Buble/Aiken foundation and NCFSL and a Huge THANK YOU to MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC AMERICA FOUNDATION for giving this grant. You have brought a smile to all children with disabilities.

  4. This is wonderful news. I believe the BAF is really getting a good reputation for creating and implementing their programs to help so many children.

  5. What wonderful news!! So proud of Clay and the BAF. Children’s lives will be changed for the better.

  6. Congratulations to the BAF and Clay Aiken. This is an excellent program and is very prestigious working with Johns Hopkins.

  7. That is so wonderful! I am so proud of Clay and BAF.

    I saw a piece on the Today
    show about inclusion and I thought about Clay.

    Clay and his BAF have brought inclusion into public awareness.

  8. How wonderful!!!! You really have made a difference Clay!!!! And it’s the children that benefit from this….. I am so proud of Clay and everything that he has accomplished….and he’s only just begun…….

    Hugs,
    Judy

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