com Phone: 503-573-5494 SOURCE Friends of the Children
What does FOTC stand for?
FOTC stands for Friends of the Children (various locations)
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We have 39 other meanings of FOTC in our Acronym Attic
- Friends of the Bird Sanctuary (Wisconsin)
- Fathers of the Church
- Fiber Optic TOW Cable
- Fire of the Carolinas (Elon University Marching Band)
- Flags Of The Confederacy
- Fleet OTH Targeting Coordinator
- Flight of the Conchords (New Zealand folk duo; HBO series)
- Force Over-the-Horizon Track Coordinator
- Freedom of the City
- Friend of the Court (court ordered child support)
- Friends of Turkey Creek (Florida)
- Fulfillment of the Contract (gaming)
- Fixed Orifice Tube Cycling Clutch (car temperature control)
- Friends of the Children of Chernobyl
- Fish on Toast Clearing House (blog)
- Falling Off The Chair Laughing
- Face Of The Day
- Fact of the Day
- Fate of the Dragon (game published by Eidos in 2001)
- Fear Of The Dark
Samples in periodicals archive:
Parents and friends of the children took great pride in watching all the hard work and rehearsals pay off and are looking forward to the next performances already
Friends of the Children has been providing financial aid to college- bound foster youths since it was established in 1979.
The Thrashers work tirelessly to raise funds for Albertina Kerr Centers, Friends of the Children, Oregon Coast Aquarium, Oregon Mentors, PSU, and other organizations that help young people achieve their full potential.
United Friends of the Children sponsors the program, including a residential home, that helps former foster children gain independence.
Founded in Portland, Oregon in 1993 -- where approximately 300 kids take part -- Friends of the Children is now poised for rapid expansion in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Thrasher serves on the boards of the Oregon Business Council, Friends of the Children, the Oregon Mentoring Initiative, the Portland Art Museum, the Leaders Roundtable and the Oregon Coast Aquarium.
Help can be found with groups such as the Culver City-based United Friends of the Children, which finds housing for the youths.