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JFS St. Louis Awarded $200,000 Grant from the Tilles Foundation

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St. Louis, MO, August 14, 2021 –(PR.com)– Jewish Family Services (JFS) received a $200,000 grant over two years from the Tilles Foundation, which is dedicated to finding the most effective and impactful ways to help children in the Greater St. Louis Region through innovative charitable investments. The grant will support JFS’ Child Abuse Prevention Program (CAPP) and its expansion to serve more individuals by adding a staff member and producing new educational tools.

The grant will enable the current program to reach nearly 52,000 pre-K through fifth grade students annually by 2026. For almost 30 years, CAPP and its trained specialists have worked with more than 150 schools across St. Louis to teach over 35,000 children, teachers and parents about body safety, the warning signs of child abuse, and safe internet skills. The program’s goal is to equip the region’s children and adults with the knowledge to reduce or eliminate…

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