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Champions Medal FoundationChampions Medal Foundation
To raise awareness of the numerous diseases that afflict our global community, and to provide "at risk" youth the skills needed to be productive citizens and to provide education for personal, professional and spiritual growth. Read more
To raise awareness of the numerous diseases that afflict our global community, and to provide "at risk" youth the skills needed to be productive citizens and to provide education for personal, professional and spiritual growth.
Champions Medal Foundation is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization. Founded on April 9, 2004, the Champion Medal Foundation was inspired and formed by Francina J. Price and principals. It was their desire to give back to the community by offering their time, support, love and financial contributions toward organizations that have impacted family and friends. Having personally witnessed how the effects of Autism, Multiple Sclerosis and "at-risk" youth can affect the community, they decide to be advocates for these organizations. Our goals are to foster the "Champion" within each youth whose life we touch; to educate ourselves and the community about Autism and Multiple Sclerosis; and, to daily commit ourselves to the service of others and God. Standing firm in the faith that love, self sacrifice and commitment can change the world for the better. The Champions Medal Foundation (CMF) supports the Autism Society of America (ASA), National Multiple Sclerosis Society (NMSS), Youth Challenge Academy (YCA) and Crossing The Jordan (CTJ). Building Champions?People Lovin' People, Inc. is a lifelong sponsor of the Champions Medal Foundation. We are committed to doing our part. As servant leaders, we believe that supporting the community and raising financial support to help with research efforts to find cures and provide assistance services to cope with multiple sclerosis and autism. We also believe in helping to provide financial support and give opportunity to those youth that needs an alternative solution to better their lives and reach their full potential. The target audience for our organization is families and friends who have been affected directly or indirectly by these diseases and "at risk" youth issues or personal and professional growth needs, corporate organizations, other non-profit organizations, churches, and challenged teens.