Dallas Voice (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 34, Ed. 1 Friday, January 6, 2012 Page: 8 of 40
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Legal Hospice receives grant
Legal Hospice of Texas has received a
$10,000 grant from the Carl B. & Florence E.
King Foundation. The money will allow LHT
to continue providing legal services to its
clients at no cost, LHT Executive Director
Roger Wedell said.
"The gift from the King Foundation is im-
portant for two reasons, for the financial sup-
port it provides, but equally as important is the
endorsement of LHT's mission and vision,"
More than 80 percent of I.I 11's budget
comes from individual, corporate and founda-
tion support. Less than 20 percent comes from
State and federal grants, Wedell said.
LHT serves clients in 16 counties in North
Texas with 65 percent of them from Dallas
Last year, it assisted 768 clients. Created in
1989, LHT addresses the health-related, civil
legal needs of low-income individuals with a
terminal illness or HIV.
Scholarship applicants sought
The 2012 LEAGUE Foundation scholarship
program, which has provided financial assis-
tance to LGBT college students since 1996, will
be accepting scholarship applications through
Applicants should be graduating from high
school in 2012, identify as LGBT, have a cumu-
lative grade-point average of at least 3.0, be ac-
tively and substantially involved in
community service, live in the United States
and be accepted to an accredited college; or
university in the U.S.
Scholarships open for applications include
the Matthew Shepard Memorial Scholarship,
the Laurel Hester Memorial Scholarship and
the LEAGUE Foundation Scholarship.
For more information on the application
process, scholarship descriptions, lists of past
winners and how to donate to LEAGUE Foun-
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Walgreens helps AIDS Walk
A dozen Walgreens stores in Oak Lawn,
Oak Cliff, East Dallas and South Dallas will be
asking customers at checkout to donate :fl to
the South Dallas AIDS Walk. Auntjuan Wiley,
the event chair,-said the store-- began soliciting
the funds on Jan. 1.
The 2012 South Dallas AIDS Walk Will be
held on March 24. The walk registration form
is available on the website-y, SouthDallas-
AIDSWalk.org. Beneficiaries are the Anthony
Chisolm AIDS Foundation, The Movement
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