Published Date: March 2, 2014
From: Cincinnati Enquirer. March 2, 2014
Good News + Communities section.
Salvation Army receives $10,000 for learning
The Salvation Army recently announced that it received $10,000 from
the Charles H. Dater Foundation.
The funds will provide support for the Salvation Army Learning Center. The Salvation Army operates this program at the West Side Corps, serving Price Hill and adjacent areas.
Since 1987, the second year the foundation was in existence, the Dater Foundation has provided 24 grants totaling $239,000 to The Salvation Army.
The Salvation Army Learning Center provides out-of-school-time programming for infants starting at age 6 months up to school-age children. During the school year, the program provides tutoring and homework assistance.