Women’s Coalition Against Violence & Exploitation receives $5,000 grant for work to find missing children

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First Place — The National Women’s Coalition Against Violence & Exploitation, an all-volunteer anti-violence nonprofit organization that runs a National Missing Children’s Division, received a $5,000 donation from the Jason Houser Foundation for its continued efforts in finding missing children. Houser, a local business owner, and his wife, Lisa, owner of Utopia Salon & Day Spa, presented the donation to Eric Anderson, director of the Missing Children’s Division, and Michelle Bart, president and co-founder of the coalition. The local organization has worked with law enforcement to find, recover and rescue missing children and people throughout the last decade. For more information, visit www.nwcave.org.

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