Freeman Foundation Donates $5,000 to the Lifelong Learning Institute of Delaware

by Dave on September 20, 2010

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute of the University of Delaware in Lewes (FORMERLY SDALL) was awarded a $5000 grant to fund computer upgrades from the Carl M. Freeman Foundation’s FACES (Freeman Foundation Assists Communities with Extra Support) grant program. Founded in 2000, The FACES program is designed to find and fund the smaller, overlooked projects in the area. This gift will enable Lifelong Learning in Lewes to purchase large screen computers for its members. For more information: www.freemanfoundation.org. Pictured, left to right, Patti A. Grimes, Vice President of Community Outreach and Programming, Carl M. Freeman Foundation, Lifelong Learning Chairman, Robert Comeau, Lifelong Learning Program Coordinator Anna Moshier, and Michele Freeman, Chairwoman, Joshua M. Freeman Foundation.

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