and Jennifer Jones Austin, Chief Executive Officer/Executive Director of Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies.
What does FPWA stand for?
FPWA stands for Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies (New York, NY)
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- First Peoples Worldwide (First Nations Development Institute)
- First Person Weapon (gaming)
- Flexural Plate-Wave
- Franco-Prussian War
- French Perl Workshop (programming)
- Friction Plug Welding
- Function Point Workbench (software from CHARISMATEK)
- Family Planning Western Australia (sexual and reproductive health specialists)
- Florida Professional Wrestling Association
- Forney Pee Wee Association (Texas)
- Further Particulars When Available
- Fine Pitch Wire Bond
- Folke Peterson Wildlife Center (Wellington, FL)
- Family Poverty and Work Division (UK)
- First Public Working Draft (software)
- Formation Pressure While Drilling (oil drilling)
- Friends of Prince William Forest Park (Woodbridge, VA)
- Federal-Provincial Working Group (Canada)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Cassidy Turley negotiated four lease agreements on behalf of the Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies (FPWA) for their landmark property at 281 Park Avenue South for approximately 11,000 s/f.
to the Toy Bank network of charity recipients, including Museo del Barrio, Christ Tabernacle of Glendale, World Vision, The New York Foundling, New Alternatives for Children, Children of Promise, Bronxworks, Newark Now and Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies.
East Hartford, Connecticut -- Fairfield Behavioral Health Services, Winnsboro, South Carolina -- Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies, New York, New York -- Food Bank Coalition of San Luis Obispo County, Paso Robles, California -- Food Bank of Corpus Christi, Inc.
He was a trustee of Carnegie Hall and the Juilliard School and was a past director of the Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies and a trustee and former elder of the Brick Presbyterian Church on Park Avenue.
Since The New York Times pays all fund expenses, 100% of the contributions go directly to the following social service agencies: The Brooklyn Bureau of Community Service, Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York, Catholic Charities, Diocese of Brooklyn and Queens, The Children's Aid Society, Community Service Society of New York, Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies, Inc.
McLaughlin, Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies Larry Aber, National Center for Children in Poverty MODERATOR: David S.
French serves as a director of REBNY, is a member of the Executive Committee of the Association for a Better New York, is vice chairman and director of the Downtown Lower Manhattan Association and is a director of the Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies.