Brad Wing Endowment Fund
For over 30 years, the late Brad Wing was a special education teacher who went above and beyond to help those in need. He spent the last years of his life working in an innovative program in the greater Twin Cities metro area District 287. As a result of Brad’s efforts, the program has been especially responsive to the needs of students with an FASD.
Brad and his family celebrated the holidays by giving to others to help make spirits brighter. In partnership with MOFAS, the Wing family established the Brad Wing Memorial Fund in 2014. The Fund offers small grants and gifts to individuals and families impacted by FASD who need assistance during this time of year.
You may need a little financial help to go to a special event or buy something special for your child or to plan a special family activity around the holidays. The Brad Wing Memorial Fund can help make your holiday brighter.
Apply for the Grant
Please complete and submit a short application and submit to Anna McLafferty.
Via email: Anna McLafferty, director of caregiver services, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Or via U.S. mail: Attn: Anna McLafferty, MOFAS, 2233 University Ave W. Suite 395, St. Paul, MN 55114
Applications are due by December 12, 2016.
You will be notified of a grant award by December 16, 2016. Preference will be given to those who did not receive a grant last year, but everyone is encouraged to apply.Once awarded, the only request is that you share with MOFAS how you used the funds and include a photo if possible. We will share your notes with Brad Wing’s Family. They will be gladdened to know they could help your families this holiday season.
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