The Crazy Pets Children Foundation
The CPCF awards Grant money to programs that use the six Back Bones of Character in their existing kid/pet program curriculum. Grant money should be used for Scholarships for children that cannot afford some or all of the costs of participating in the program. If the program is free, the funds can be used to help provide materials, teachers or coordinators for the program. The Grants are administered by the Crazy Pet Children’s Foundation; a non-profit corporation dedicated to use its well-known cartoon characters and its trademarked “Characters Building Character” program based on using the “Back Bones of Character” to help develop strong character values in children through their caring for pets.
Pets in the Classroom Program
Azusa, CA – January 24, 2011 - The Crazy Pet Children’s Foundation has selected The Pet Care Trust’s Pets in the Classroom program to receive a grant of $5,000. The Pets in the Classroom program teaches students responsible, long-term pet care at an early age and provides psychological and developmental benefits associated with the human-animal bond.
Grant Awarded to the Helen Woodward Animal Center
The Helen Woodward Animal Center, located in Rancho Sante Fe, California, is a unique, private, non-profit organization dedicated to saving the lives of animals and enriching the lives of people