IN THE NEWS

July 13, 2017

Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center Receives $84,000 Grant for COPD Program from the Gawlicki Family Foundation

(HARTFORD, Conn. – July 13, 2017) Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center has received a $84,000 grant from the Gawlicki Family Foundation to implement a home-based pulmonary rehabilitation program for at-risk patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)….

More information about this grant is available at http://www.stfranciscare.org/body-hartford.cfm?id=2027&action=detail&ref=321

 

June 26, 2017

St. Patrick’s School in Yorktown Heights launches its Full Stream Ahead Program

YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, NY. (June 26, 2017) Summer is here but one school is looking forward to next year’s science and technology program…

For more information about the grant to St. Patrick’s….

 

May 25, 2017

Kent State’s Institute for Applied Linguistics Receives $1 Million Grant to Invest in Distance Learning

KENT, OH (May 25, 2017) Kent State University’s Institute for Applied Linguistics has received a grant for $1 million from the Gawlicki Family Foundation of Hartford, Connecticut, to fund the development of a state-of-the-art distance learning translation studies program. The Institute for Applied Linguistics is a research and education program affiliated with the Department of Modern and Classical Language Studies within the College of Arts and Sciences at Kent State

 

May 3, 2017

The Gawlicki Foundation Awards Hospital for Special Care

$250,000 Grant for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Program

 HSC expanding COPD program to obtain Patient Centered Specialty Program certification

NEW BRITAIN, Conn. (May 3, 2017) – The Gawlicki Family Foundation is awarding Hospital for Special Care (HSC) a $250,000 grant to expand its Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) program the hospital announced today. These funds will be used to increase program capabilities and obtain national certification. Additional services will be added including psychology, social work and nutritional counseling. HSC plans to increase the number of patients seen by 25 percent.