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United Way of SW OK Awarded a Grant from The Ross Stores Charitable Giving Program

LAWTON, OK (KSWO) – United Way of Southwest Oklahoma has been awarded a $500 grant from The Ross Stores Charitable Giving Program for their in-house early education program, Success By 6.   

This is the first time that United Way has received funding from The Ross Stores Charitable Giving Program.

“We are excited about our new partnership with The Ross Stores Charitable Giving Program. The funding will help with our early education efforts to ensure that children have access to books through our Success By 6 Program. Being awarded this grant validates the good work of Success By 6 and our community partners.” stated President and CEO of UWSWOK, Lauren Ellis. “We are excited that new donors like The Ross Stores Charitable Giving Program continue to help our community reach its goals of early childhood education.”

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