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AFFF Proudly Supports Palo Alto Junior Museum and Zoo

JMZ is a place for children and their parents to learn about and to explore the natural world. There are a number of exhibits covering topics related to the natural sciences, and there's even a small zoo with over fifty different animal species. In the summer months there are science programs and events to entertain and educate your child when school is out.

Abe Farag Family Foundation is pleased to support Palo Alto Junior Museum and Zoo, and we encourage you to stop by ...

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AFFF Supports The Work of Creative Commons

Abe Farag Family Foundation is proud to offer its support to Creative Commons, a 501(c)(3) dedicated to offering a sane and modern alternative to traditional copyright which is better suited to the realities of the 21st century. By offering content creators the tools with which to license their work freely—or with some number of restrictions dictated by the content owner—Creative Commons helps to enable the culture of sharing and derivative work in which we all now live. Copyright laws are behind ...

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STEM Expo Is Like a Science Fair...But Better

Based in Placer County, California, STEM Expo is shaking up the notion of the traditional Science Fair with a reimagined event that adds presentations by renowned experts, family-friendly learning activities, and entertainment. Completely free and open to the public, the event is sponsored by STEM Expo Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Putting on a free event of this size isn't easy, and it requires a fair amount of outside support. Abe Farag Family Foundation is happy to provide it's share of ...

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Supporting Maine Association of Nonprofits

Maine Association of Nonprofits provides a centralized voice for the NPO community in the state of Maine, and serves as a centralized clearinghouse of resources for the nonprofit community. One key service they provide is a database of NPO agencies in the state (and elsewhere), fostering connections and communications between agencies. They also offer a number of informational and educational services for their member agencies. They are filling a definite need, and we are happy to support their efforts.

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AFFF Supports the 2016 California Adaptation Forum

The 2016 California Adaptation Forum, scheduled for September 7-8 in Long Beach, California, will the second annual gathering of more than 1000 leaders representing government, business, and community interests. The goal of the event is to provide a forum through which to discuss strategies for the future of California, with an eye toward how the state might best be able to adapt to an uncertain future in which population growth continues unchecked, water resources are further stretched, and sea level rise threatens our costal communities ...

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