‘Give a Click’ grant goes to Children’s Therapy Center

By April 8, 2011

Yolo Federal Credit Union has awarded its $1,500 “Give a Click” grant to the Children’s Therapy Center, which received the most online votes.

Woodland-based CTC was founded in 1993 and provides a multidisciplinary program of continuing physical, occupational, speech and language therapy for infants, toddlers and children through adolescent age.

The center has served thousands of children with all types of special needs, disabilities and birth defects including cerebral palsy, autism, spina bifida, developmental and learning delays, cleft palate, severe speech and feeding disorders, Down syndrome, orthopedic or neuromuscular disorders, and many other genetic, chromosomal and psychological disorders.

CTC’s services are available to all children in our community regardless of their family’s ability to pay. The grant money will be used to purchase equipment and supplies to enhance therapy sessions.

Yolo Federal started its “Give a Click” program in January 2010 and accepts nominations on a quarterly basis. From the accepted nominations, three finalists are chosen and their stories are highlighted on Yolo Federal’s website. At that point, it’s up to a public vote as to which of the organizations will receive the $1,500 donation.

Yolo Federal has been exclusively serving Yolo County since 1954 and is dedicated to enhancing vital community programs and organizations. For details on “Give a Click” or nomination forms, visit http://www.yolofcu.org.

For more about CTC, visit http://www.ctchelpskids.org.

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