OCTOBER 18, 2011
FOCUSfish was awarded a $5000 grant which we are happy to utilize on programming for people with special needs and The National Jewish Council for Disabilities. We were also able to purchase new equipment for our Physical Education programming in LAUSD elementary schools.
We have also just been awarded another $1000 for our new program in the RHF community of Amistad Plaza. Kristy Beauvais brings her popular Family Circus fitness classes to the children and parents of the Crenshaw community.
FOCUSfish has been a proud part of the Annenberg Foundation’s Alchemy Leadership program that strengthens the non-profit sector with its empowering and informative seminars. FOCUSfish will be awarded a $10,000 check in March 2012 for its work with the Annenberg Foundation in improving our community through our efforts in improving people’s health and wellness by inspiring them to MOVE where they work, learn and play!
FOCUSfish programming for special needs groups grows in its new Cirque-surroundings in Topanga and Sherman Oaks. Classes with people of all abilities is what FOCUSfish does best! If you would like to know more about this therapeutic approach to circus fitness, contact Kristy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*All programming for special needs endorsed by The Center for Well Being and Dr. Stephanie Mihalas
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