These initiatives will include Alexandria's Domestic Violence Program and Sexual Assault Center, the Alexandria Mentoring Partnership, the SOHO-Space of Her Own creative mentorship program, the Living Classrooms Foundation, and the Gang Prevention, Intervention and Prevention and Education Program.
What does LCF stand for?
LCF stands for Living Classrooms Foundation
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We have 144 other meanings of LCF in our Acronym Attic
- Lebanese Chess Federation
- Left-Center Field (baseball)
- Lemur Conservation Foundation
- Librarians' Christian Fellowship (UK)
- License Collection File
- Life Christian Fellowship
- Life-Cycle Fund (finance)
- Lighthouse Central Florida (Orlando, FL)
- Lightweight Client Framework (IBM's Tivoli)
- Limited Care Facility (Texas)
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The Crossroads School is a public, tuition-free charter middle school operated by Living Classrooms Foundation through a contract with the Baltimore City Public School System.
Those organizations include Associated Black Charities, Boys & Girls Clubs, Coppin State University, Enoch Pratt Free Library, Living Classrooms Foundation, The Family League and United Way of Central Maryland.
Through a joint venture between the ECC and the Living Classrooms Foundation Inc.
18 /PRNewswire/ -- Easter Seals Greater Washington Baltimore Region, the Living Classrooms Foundation, the Independent College Fund of Maryland and the University of Maryland School of Medicine were among 169 nonprofit groups in Maryland to receive nearly $1.
To engage the youngsters, The Prudential Foundation partnered with the Living Classrooms Foundation in Baltimore, MD to offer an interactive educational opportunity for middle school students to experience SkyTrekkers and the race in motion.
Receiving $100,000 each were the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, Kennedy Krieger Institute, Living Classrooms Foundation and the Robert Packard Center for ALS Research at Johns Hopkins.
The 2004 tournament raised an estimated $100,000 each for The Chesapeake Bay Foundation, The Kennedy Krieger Institute, The Living Classrooms Foundation and the Robert Packard Center for ALS Research at Johns Hopkins.