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Tohoku Revive

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Tohoku Revive
PSPINC and PSPCF are proud to support the efforts of Tohoku Revive! PSPINC has donated the website and hosting services to the cause, and PSP Children's Foundation has contributed to their fundraiser, because helping children affected by this disaster is how we got started.

Please visit http://tohokurevive.org/ and consider contributing to their work to improve the lives of children in Tohoku.
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Happy Holidays

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Happy Holidays from PSP Children's Foundation!
We wish all of our friends and supporters a joyous holiday season and a bright new year!
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Happy Thanksgiving

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We're so grateful for all the support we've received over the last few years. We hope all of our partners, friends and supporters have a great Thanksgiving!
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A 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Organization

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PSP Children's Foundation just received notice that we are officially a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization! Our 501(c)(3) status is backdated to September of last year due to the lengthy approval process, but we are very happy to finally have the process completed.

PSPCF is taking a break this year from our usual activities to plan out where we want to take the foundation and how we can continue to make a difference in the lives of children in the future. If you would like to be a part of our future efforts, please contact info@pspchildrensfoundation.org and visit our website for more information about where we're going and where we've been.
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PSPINC's 27th Anniversary

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Today is PSPINC's 27th anniversary! Founded on July 7th, 1987 in an apartment on Mercer Island, PSPINC has grown to employ 50 people in four offices over two states. We can't believe how far we've come, and we can't wait to see what the future brings!

Here's a flashback to our 25th anniversary in 2012:

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Happy Fourth from PSPCF

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Happy Fourth of July from PSP Children's Foundation!
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New Mission

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New Mission
We fondly remember being busy in preparation for the arrival of 8 students from Tohoku in August this time last year.
Those students, who flew into Seattle with such zest, I wonder how have they grown up.

From this year, PSP Children Foundation will be heading in a new mission and helping children realize their dreams.
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2014 PSBJ Corporate Citizen Awards

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2014 PSBJ Corporate Citizen ...
PSPINC has once again been named to Puget Sound Business Journal's 2014 Corporate Citizens list for their work with PSP Children's Foundation in 2013. PSPINC is thrilled to be acknowledged for creating and running the Summer Experience program, and hopes to continue to offer hope to many young people in the future.
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New Look for PSPCF Website

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New Look for PSPCF Website
Check out the new look of the PSP Children's Foundation website! It has undergone a bit of a facelift, and we think it looks fantastic. Visit www.pspchildrensfoundation.org to take a peek for yourself!
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Lost & Found Project

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PSPINC received a copy of a book put together by the Lost & Found Project from one of our clients in Los Angeles, and we wanted to share it with all of our readers.

The Lost & Found Project began as "Salvage Memory," a project to recover photographs swept away by the Great Eastern Japan Tsunami on March 11, 2011 and return them to their owners.

Many of the photographs that were found were able to be returned to their families, there were also those which were too badly damaged to be returned. Munemasa Takahashi, a photographer, and Kazuto Hoshi, a resident of Yamamoto, were both involved in "Salvage Memory" and decided to exhibit these damaged photos which would otherwise have been thrown out.

The exhibition they put together has traveled around the world and raised money to help support people in temporary housing and purchase supplies for damaged schools. For more information, please visit http://lostandfound311.jp/en/

PSPINC will have our copy of the book available to view in our lobby.
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