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May 6, 2022

Organizing The Numbers

As Three Angels Christian Academy’s School Program Assistant, most everything Jana does is behind the scenes. But it is her passion for education and drive for excellence that brings magic…
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March 31, 2022

Melissa Lucio: 9 Facts You Should Know About This Innocent Woman Facing Execution

In 2008, Melissa Lucio was sentenced to death in Texas for the murder of her 2-year old daughter Mariah, who died two days after a tragic fall down a flight…
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March 31, 2022

UNICEF: Children in Crossfire of Ukraine Crisis

As Ukraine declared a nationwide state of emergency on Thursday, UNICEF appealed to all warring parties to allow full humanitarian access to families and children who have long suffered the…
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February 10, 2022

Black History Month: Facts, people, quotes

For #BlackHistoryMonth 2022, the SPLC is highlighting those who are fighting hate, correcting the narrative, and making waves. We celebrate the liberation, the creativity, the resilience and intersecting identities of…
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January 5, 2022

Prostate Cancer Treatment at the VA: One Veteran’s Story

The AJA Foundation has proudly supported the Prostate Cancer Foundation since 2007 and most recently provided funding for PCF’s Veteran’s Health Initiative. “One Veteran’s Story”, recently released by the Prostate…
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December 17, 2021

Schools and Education in a Newly Reopened Reality

The fall semester has begun, and the Fulfillment Fund Programs team has been hard at work to creatively innovate their service delivery model. Knowing that students were going to need…
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December 4, 2021

Christina Swarns Exposes Risk of A Right to Fair Trial in New York Times on SCOTUS Case Shinn v. Ramirez and Jones

On Dec. 8, the Supreme Court will hear arguments about whether two Arizona men, David Ramirez and Barry Jones, should be executed even though federal courts have ruled that they…
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November 17, 2021

Mercy Ships Announces Next Field Service in Senegal

Mercy Ships is overjoyed to share that in early 2022, the Africa Mercy® will return to a beloved port — Dakar, Senegal. By invitation of Senegal’s government, led by President…
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October 27, 2021

Three Angels Haiti – Organizing the Numbers

Jana Hilaire is Three Angels Christian Academy’s School Program Assistant. Most everything Jana does is behind the scenes, but it is her passion for education and drive for excellence that…
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July 25, 2021

New funding gives boost to programs serving future first-generation college students

Learn about the state-wide expansion of AJA Foundation funded University of Nevada Reno’s Dean’s Future Scholars program.
UNICEFNews
May 18, 2021

Open letter to philanthropists from the UNICEF International Council

The members of UNICEF's International Council - a collective of over 70 individual philanthropic partners committed to improving children's lives - write to the world's philanthropists with an urgent call…
UNICEFNews
May 3, 2021

Water for Guinea, Africa A Clean Water Quest with UNICEF USA

Learn more about the AJA Foundation funded Water for Guinea project in this recent LCA Houston article where Dr. Sippi Khurana, writes about her UNICEF field visit to Guinea, West…
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January 11, 2021

Innocence Project Thanks AJA Foundation for Their Generous Gift

Thanks to a generous matching gift from the AJA Foundation, the Innocence Project exceeded its end-of-year fundraising goal. We’re so grateful to the AJA Foundation for their partnership over the…
Medical ResearchNews
May 22, 2020

Prostate Cancer Foundation Announces New Treatments

The AJA Foundation has been funding the Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF) since 2007.  We are gratified that our investment in research by PCF investigators has contributed to two new FDA…
Human RightsNews
May 21, 2020

The Southern Poverty Law Center

The Southern Poverty Law Center is dedicated to fighting hate and bigotry targeted at the most vulnerable members of society. The SPLC fights through litigation, education, and other forms of advocacy and…
Human RightsNews
May 18, 2020

The Innocence Project

Since 2009, The AJA Foundation has supported The Innocence Project and their fight to free those who have been wrongfully convicted. The Innocence Project’s newly released Netflix docuseries, The Innocence…
WaterNews
April 30, 2020

Water for Guinea Brings Life

Learn more about the AJA Foundation funded Water for Guinea project in this recent Better Magazine article.  Long time UNICEF supporter, Wendy Serrino is interviewed about the important work taking…
WaterNews
April 2, 2020

UNICEF’s Annual Summit

In March 2018 Andy Astrachan was asked to Moderate the Water Panel at UNICEF’s 2018 Annual Summit in Washington, DC. Andy was joined onstage at the Annual UNICEF Summit by Silvia…
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March 20, 2019

Delivering Sustainable, Equitable Water In Guinea

Safe water saves lives. UNICEF USA Humanitarian Circle member Andy Astrachan is helping UNICEF deliver a scalable, cost-efficient water solution for children who need it most.