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Easter Seals NH Child Development Centers Receives $5,000 Grant from Million Dollar Round Table Foundation in Honor of Board Member

The MDRT Foundation has awarded a $5,000 grant, in honor of Easter Seals NH Board Member Richard Rawlings (Bedford, NH), to the Easter Seals NH Child Development Centers in Manchester, NH, that serve more than 250 low-income and minority infants, toddlers and pre-school children with disabilities and special needs, enabling them to realize their potential.
Through its global grants programs, the MDRT Foundation is committed to building stronger families and communities around the globe. This year, the MDRT Foundation will award nearly $1 million in MDRT member-endorsed grants to more than 100 charitable organizations worldwide.
“Dick has been part of the Easter Seals family since 1999 and can be counted on for support at all levels,” said Easter Seals NH President & CEO Larry Gammon. “We congratulate him on this outstanding honor and are grateful to him for his leadership and kindness.”
The grant will be used to subsidize the high costs of providing specialized services to students at the centers.

Million Dollar Roundtable

Easter Seals President & CEO Larry Gammon, along with children from the Easter Seals NH Child Development Center, accept a gift from the Million Dollar Round Table presented by Easter Seals Board Member Richard Rawlings of Bedford, NH.

About the MDRT Foundation
The MDRT Foundation was created in 1959 to provide MDRT members with a means to give back to their communities. Since its inception, the Foundation has donated more than $30 million in more than 70 countries throughout the world and in all 50 U.S. states. These funds were raised by MDRT members and industry partners. For more information, visit mdrtfoundation.org. \

About Easter Seals New Hampshire
For 80 years, Easter Seals NH has provided exceptional services to ensure that all people with disabilities or special needs and their families have equal opportunities to live, learn, work and play in their communities. Easter Seals services include autism services, inclusive child care and early intervention, special education, medical rehabilitation, camping and recreation, vocational services, senior services, substance abuse services, adult day programs, community based services, individual service options, transportation services, residential service options, dental services and veteran services. As a leader in social services for individuals with disabilities and special needs, ESNH employs more than 1,400 individuals who serve more than 13,500 children, adults and seniors in over 90 programs throughout the state. To learn more about Easter Seals NH, visit www.easterseals.com/nh.


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