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The Uvalde Foundation For Kids Exceeds 2022/2023 Financial Guidelines

Updated: Mar 20, 2023

Congratulations, To The Uvalde Foundation For Kids For Exceeding Standards Following Our 1st Year IRS Reporting As A Registered 501c(3) Nonprofit Organization!!!! Our Operating Costs Were At An Estimated 38%, With Just Under $10,000 In Donations Reported.


We Continue To Effectively Operate With NO CHARGES OR DONATION Requirements From Those We Serve & No Foundation Officer OR Staff Member Receives Salary, Payment OR Financial Compensation For Their Service.


Some Of The Ways YOUR DONATION Has Been Used Include:


  • EDEN WORMER HERO AWARD

  • Run For Their Lives For Student Mental Health

  • Antibullying Programming

  • Uvalde Emergency Aide Allocations

  • St Louis School Shooting Emergency Fund

  • 24 Hour/7 Days P/Week, Peer & Professional Intervention Switchboard & Internet Monitoring

  • School Crisis Intervention & Mental Health Services

  • School Safety Training

  • National NonViolent School Alliance Award

  • Student HERO Scholarship

  • Starts Right Here Emergency Allocation

  • HOLIDAY Student Tree GIVEAWAY

  • Uvalde School Shooting Victims Fund (VictimsFirst) & Much More!!!


We Will Improve With Your Continued Partnership & Support! Visit Our Updated Site To Support Or Join Our National Efforts TODAY To End School Violence & Enrich Students - One Life At A Time...


The Uvalde Foundation For Kids

888 685 8464

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"Charity rating organizations grade nonprofits partly on how much they spend on these expense categories. For example, CharityWatch.com says that it's reasonable for most charities to spend up to 40% of their budget on operating expenses—in other words, at least 60% should go to programs, and 40% should go to everything else..."


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