FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., Jan. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Victory Living Programs is the proud recipient of a $1,250.00 grant made possible by the Robert J. & LaVerne M. Murdick Charitable Fund of the Greater Saint Louis Community Foundation.
"Since 2004 the Robert J. & LaVerne Murdick Charitable Fund has awarded Victory Living Programs with a grant that is so appreciated each and every year," states Bobbi Wigand, Executive Director of Victory Living Programs. "Our connection to this generous Saint Louis-based Charitable Fund stems from one of our clients, Jay Grayson, whose story has touched the lives of Mr. & Mrs. Murdick."
Based in sunny Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Victory Living Programs provides a host of programs and services that help individuals with disabilities realize a more independent future. "Our son Jay has been a client of Victory Living Programs for more than 20 years," states Jay's father Bill Grayson. "Thanks to the Supported Living Program, Jay is able to live independently in his own apartment, have an active social life and maintain employment."
The Greater Saint Louis Community Foundation is known for partnering with generous individuals, families and businesses to make a difference through charitable giving. Victory Living Programs is most grateful to the Greater Saint Louis Community Foundation as well as Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Murdick for contributing funds to help Victory Living Programs continue its mission: providing individualized services and opportunities to persons with disabilities so that they may experience life to its fullest and reach their highest level of independence.
About Victory Living Programs
For the past four decades, Victory Living Programs has created independent living environments for thousands of people with disabilities. Based in warm, beautiful Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, Victory Living Programs offers premier supported living programs that place clients in their own individual, luxurious apartments. In addition to the top-tier supported and independent living programs, Victory Living Programs also offers an extensive array of programming to assist clients with securing and maintaining employment, learning new skills, volunteering in the community and socializing with their peers - all of which make it possible to infuse independence and transform the lives of people with disabilities. To learn more visit www.victoryliving.org.
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SOURCE Victory Living Programs