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Mount Saint Mary's University is a Leader in Nursing Education
February 2017, Santa Monica, CA: Mount Saint Mary's University's five nursing programs attract more students than any other major.

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Safe Place for Youth and Race for Success Assist Local Initiatives
February, 2017, Santa Monica, CA: The Westchester Rotary Club provided a makeover for the facilities of Safe Place for Youth, and the Westchester-based Race for Success celebrates its 10th anniversary.

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High Schools Receive Scholarship Support; TACSC trains student leaders
February 2017: Santa Monica, CA. Five Catholic High Schools were awarded scholarship support, and The Association of Catholic Student Councils continues its popular leadership training programs.

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LIttle Sisters of the Poor Assists the Elderly
November 2016, Los Angeles: The Little Sisters of the Poor serve the elderly poor population in Los Angeles.

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Help to Two Westchester Institutions
November 2016: Los Angeles, CA: Airport Marina Counseling Service and Visitation Catholic School each received funds for their programs.

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16 Initiatives Receive Support
August, 2016, Santa Monica, CA: Sixteen Catholic organizations have received continued support for their programs.

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Vision To Learn Provides Free Eyeglasses for Children
August, 2016 Los Angeles, CA. Vision To Learn Helps Kids See

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Valley Family Center Provides Children's Counseling
August, 2016: San Fernando, CA: The Valley Family Center serves the population in the community William H. Hannon helped build.

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The Association of Catholic Student Councils trains young leaders
February, 2016: TACSC received support for its programs to train young student leaders.

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St. Genevieve Parish and School's New Performing Arts Center
February, 2016: Panorama City, CA. St. Genevieve Parish and School is renowned for its performing arts, and is set to build a beautiful new performing arts center.

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Loyola High School Receives $1 Million for Renovation/Expansion
February, 2016: The alma mater of many Hannon family members received support for its upcoming renovation and expansion.

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Homeless Women and Children Receive Support
September, 2015: The Good Shepherd Center for Homeless Women and Children has received over $200,000 in support for its programs

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40 Students Awarded Scholarships
September 2015: Forty students received 5th grade tuition scholarships for their winning essays about Fray Junipero Serra.

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Honoring LMU's President with the David W. Burcham Family Scholarship
April, 2015: David W. Burcham stepped down on May 31, 2015 as president of Loyola Marymount University. In his honor, a scholarship has been established in his family\'s name.

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The Association of Catholic Student Councils Leaps Ahead!
April, 2015: The Association of Catholic Student Councils (TACSC) has enjoyed phenomenal success in its leadership training programs.

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St. Monica Schools Begin Renovations
April, 2015: One of Santa Monica\'s local Catholic schools is beginning a renovation of its lower gymnasium.

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Airport Marina Counseling Service Helps Those in Crisis
December, 2014: The Airport Marina Counseling Service provides help to over 400 people each week.

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Catholic Organizations Receive Support
December, 2014: Twelve organizations recently received educational and social service assistance.

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Jesuit Volunteer Corps Assists Thousands in Need
September, 2014: The Jesuit Volunteer Corps provides much-needed services to 13 social service agencies throughout Los Angeles.

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St. Joseph Center Empowers Families
September 2014: The St. Joseph Center serves more than 400 households each week. This food distribution at the Pantry begins families' access to additional agency programs.

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Loyola Law School Receives $1 Million for Scholarships
March 2104: A $1 Million scholarship has been donated to Loyola Law School to assist students who have graduated from Loyola Marymount University (LMU) and who wish to attend law school.

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Vision To Learn Brings Free Glasses to Kids
Los Angeles, CA (March 2014): Vision To Learn provides free eyeglasses to kids. The William H. Hannon Foundation was the first foundation to provide funding for LA's Catholic schools.

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Tutoring Provided by Westchester Healthy Start
November 2013: Westchester Healthy Start provides academic support services for high school students.

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Three Social Service Agencies Change Children's Lives
November 2013: Outreach Concern, Painted Turtle and Para Nos Ninos help children in amazing ways

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The Association of Catholic Student Councils Teaches Leadership Skills
August 2013: TACSC continues to grow throughout California in student leadership training programs.

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St. Anne's Home for Women and Children
August 2013: St. Anne's Home for Women and Children will be building a new Permanent Affordable Supportive Housing complex.

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Jesuits of the California Province: Young and Old are Helped
August 2013: The Jesuits of the California Province received a $500,000 grant to assist with their novitiate and their retirement center.

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St. Francis High School
May, 2013: St. Francis High School is adding state-of-the art technology to its campus.

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Providence Holy Cross Hospital's NICU:
May, 2013: A $400,000 grant has been made to the NICU at Providence Holy Cross Hospital.

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Good Shepherd Center Emergency Programs for Homeless Women and Children
May, 2013: Good Shepherd Center for Homeless Women and Children offers emergency programs.

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St. John's Seminary and Marycrest Manor to begin improvements
February, 2013: Building improvements are underway at two Catholic institutions.

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Junipero Serra Exhibit at Huntington Museum
August, 2013: The Huntington Museum is featuring an extraordinary exhibit about Father Junipero Serra and his life, the missions and early California history surrounding the missions, and the California Indian cultures.

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Giving Kids a View to a Better Future
February, 2013: Vision to Learn provides free eyeglasses for children. The William H. Hannon Foundation supports the project. Read more from Steve Lopez of the Los Angeles Times:

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Seven Local Grant Recipients
September, 2012: Seven local organizations received grants from the William H. Hannon Foundation.

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The Association of Catholic Student Councils (TACSC) Celebrates 30 Years
Los Angeles, CA (October, 2012): TACSC celebrated its 30th anniversary with a Gala Dinner and honored the William H. Hannon Foundation with its Founders Award.

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The Gathering Place Bereavement Center
Santa Monica, CA (November, 2012): The Gathering Place has received funding to continue its Bereavement Center for families.

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Local Academic Institutions Continue to Receive Foundation Support
November, 2012: Student scholarships and a religious advisor position continue at Marymount High School, Mount St. Mary's College and Occidental College.

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Early Childhood Services Program (ECS) at Para Los Ninos
Los Angeles, CA May, 2012 Para Los Ni?os helps children from the poorest areas of Los Angeles County.

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Students Hit the Books
Los Angeles, CA: May, 2012 The Catholic Schools Textbook Project has students learning history that includes Catholic history.

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Occidental College to Continue Religious Advisor
November 2013: Occidental College will continue its Newman Center Religious Advisor position for the sixth consecutive year.

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Leadership Training for Elementary and High School Students
Santa Monica, CA: January, 2012 The Association of Catholic Student Councils (TACSC) has been training student leaders for decades.

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Catholic Education Foundation Helps Thousands of Youngsters
Los Angeles, CA: November, 2011 Through its tuition awards program, the Catholic Education Foundation's goal is to help thousands of students attend Catholic Elementary and High Schools.

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Marymount High School Continues Hannon Scholars
Los Angeles, CA: November, 2011 Marymount High School, Los Angeles, continues to help talented young women attend the high-ranking school.

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Grant Puts Loyola Marymount University "Over the Top"
Los Angeles, CA October 29, 2011 LMU has surpassed its campaign goal of $380 million, thanks to a grant from the Foundation established by an alumnus who attended the University for free.

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CLARE Helps Recovering Addicts
Santa Monica, CA: August, 2011: CLARE, an organization received funding for its ongoing programs.

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Chaminade College Prep Contines to Expand
Chatswoth, CA: August, 2011: Chaminade College Preparatory School in the San Fernando Valley is adding to its campus.

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Airport Marina Counseling Service Program Continues
Los Angeles, CA: August, 2011 The William H. Hannon Immediate Intervention Program is a valuable community resource.

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Mayfield Senior School Plans New Library
Pasadena, CA: August, 2011 A new library is being planned for Mayfield Senior School.

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The Salk Institute's Future Scientists
La Jolla, CA: June, 2011 The Salk Institute's Mobile Science Lab reaches potential future scientists in middle schools.

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Para los Ninos Supports Youth on Skid Row
Los Angeles, CA: June, 2011 Para los Ninos' supports youth in Los Angeles' Skid Row area.

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$75,000 Goes to the Dogs: The Search Dog Foundation
Ojai, CA: (June, 2011) The Search Dog Foundation's new National Training Center is under way!

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Good Shepherd Center for Homeless Woman and Children
Los Angeles, CA: March, 2011 The Good Shepherd Center for Homeless Women and Children serves an ever-increasing population.

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St. Monica Catholic High School Adds More Scholars
Santa Monica, CA: March, 2011 St. Monica Catholic High School, just blocks from the office of the William H. Hannon Foundation, continues its financial assistance for worthy students.

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Loyola High School and Mount St. Mary's College Scholarships
Los Angeles, CA: March, 2011 Loyola High School and Mount St. Mary's College are continuing the longstanding Eugenie B. Hannon Scholarships.

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Catholic Big Brothers Big Sisters' Anti-Truancy Program
Los Angeles, CA: November, 2010 Catholic Big Brothers Big Sisters continues its highly-rated anti-truancy program.

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Saint Joseph Center's Family Center and Food Pantry Program
Venice, CA: November, 2010 St. Joseph Center's successful and much-utilized Family Center and Food Pantry Program continues to offer its services to low income residents.

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Loyola Marymount University and Otis College of Art and Design
Los Angeles, CA: November, 2010 Loyola Marymount University and Otis College of Art and Design offer scholarships to students.

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Airport Marina Counseling Service Provides Immediate Intervention Program
Los Angeles, CA: November, 2010 Airport Marina Counseling Service provides immediate intervention services to those in need of immediate help.

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All Aboard the Bus!!!
Los Angeles, CA: November, 2010 All Aboard the Bus Program continues to provide visits for 4th grade students to the California missions.

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Marymount High School Awards Hannon Scholars
Los Angeles, CA: November, 2010 Marymount High School continues to award scholarships to students through its Hannon Scholars Program.

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Occidental College Renews Roman Catholic Religious Advisor
Los Angeles, CA: November, 2010 Occcidental College has renewed its Romam Catholic Advisor position.

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South Bay Children's Health Center Keeps Kids Smiling
Redondo Beach, CA: June, 2010 South Bay Children's Health Center will continue its dental health program for children.

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St. Anastasia School Continues Performing Arts Program
Westchester, CA: June, 2010 St. Anastasia School will continue its highly successful performing arts program for its elementary school students.

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Verbum Dei High School Serves As A Beacon of Hope
Watts, June, 2010: Verbum Dei High School continues to educate young men in the Watts area of Los Angeles.

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Westchester Family YMCA Keeps Kids in Shape
March, 2010: The Westchester YMCA in Los Angeles helps kids stay in shape through its P.L.A.Y. - Physical Learning Activities for Youth program.

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"Why wasn't 9/11 mentioned in my history book?"
March, 2010: When a student asked the above question, new history books were purchased for the students at Sacred Heart High School.

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Crespi Carmelite High School to Develop New Science Lab
March, 2010: Crespi Caremlite High School in Encino, CA is developing a new biology and chemisty wet-lab.

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Venice Family Clinic Opens Mar Vista Clinic
Venice, CA: The Venice Family Clinic, the largest free clinic in the country, provides medical care to low income residents.

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Westchester High School
January, 2010: Westchester High School continues its successful Healthy Start Program to prepare students for the high school exit exam.

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Marymount High School Awards Scholarships
January, 2010: Marymount High School, Los Angeles, continues a strong tuition assistance and scholarship program.

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Valley Family Center's After-School Programs
August, 2009: The Valley Family Center in San Fernando is continuing its successful after-school programs.

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Skirball Cultural Center to Open "Road to Freedom" Exhibit
July 10, 2009: The Skirball Cultural Center is scheduled to open its new "Road to Freedom: Photographs of the Civil Rights Movement 1956-1968" in November, 2009.

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Westchester Public School Students Run, Walk and Wear New Band Uniforms
May, 2009: Westchester Public Schools got a boost from two grants: to assist with the annual 5K Run/Walk and to purchase new band uniforms.

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Salesian Boys and Girls Club to Continue After-School Program
June, 2009: The Salesian Boys and Girls Club in East Los Angeles will be continuing its highly successful after-school program.

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Kathleen Aikenhead Receives 2009 Cardinal's Award
February, 2009: Cardinal Roger Mahony selected Kathleen Hannon Aikenhead as a 2009 Cardinal's Award Recipient.

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Venice Family Clinic's Nurse Practitioner Clinic
March, 2009: The Venice Family Clinic's Nurse Practitioner Program assists thousands of low-income people every year.

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Loyola High School's Science Lab Receives Equipment
March, 2009: Loyola High School has received new equipment for its state-of-the-art William H. Hannon Science Hall.

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House Ear Institute Receives Support for Program
October 2008: The House Ear Institute continues to receive support for its Educational Liaison Program.

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Marymount High School Continues Scholarship Program
October, 2008: Four students will benefit once again from the William H. Hannon Scholarships at Marymount High School.

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Skirball Cultural Center Exhibit Opens
September, 2008: The Skirball Cultural Center's new exhibit, A Blessing to One Another: Pope John Paul and the Jewish People, opens September 10.

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Alexandria House Helps Homeless Women and Children
August, 2008: Alexandria House, located in the mid-Wilshire area of Los Angeles, helps homeless women and children and or those living in poverty.

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Airport Marina Counseling Service to Continue Immediate Intervention Program
August, 2008: A counseling service to provide immediate intervention is continuing in Westchester.

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Continued Support for East L.A. Boys and Girls Club
July, 2008: The Salesian Boys and Girls Club in East Los Angeles is continuing its successful William H. Hannon Education Center programs.

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Improving Healthcare and High School Education
July, 2008: Santa Monica, CA: Providence Holy Cross Medical Center and Verbum Dei High School have received grants for healthcare and high school education.

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LMU Family of Schools to Promote College Readiness
March, 2008: Los Angeles, CA: Loyola Marymount University's Family of Schools Program received a grant to promote college readiness.

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USC Catholic Center and St. John's Seminary: Educating Catholic Leaders
March, 2008: Los Angeles, CA: The William H. Hannon Foundation carries on its founder's goal with $1,250,000 in grants to USC Catholic Center and St. John's Seminary.

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Carnegie Deaf Mentoring Program
March, 2008: Los Angeles, CA: The Carnegie Deaf Mentoring Program Begins an Innovative Youth Program

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Salesian Boys and Girls Club Helps East L.A. Youth
July, 2007, Los Angeles, CA: The Salesian Boys and Girls Club in East L.A. provides a positive learning and social environment for hundreds of youngsters.

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Airport Marina Counseling Service Continues Program
July, 2007, Westchester, CA: The William H. Hannon Immediate Intervention Program at AMCS continues to benefit the Westchester community.

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St. Jerome to Establish Pre-K School
July, 2007, Westchester, CA: St. Jerome School will be adding a Pre-K School in the fall.

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Crespi Carmelite High School on Its Way to a New Academic Building
March, 2007, Encino, CA: Crespi Carmelite High School received a $300,000 grant for its new Academic Building.

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Community Organizer Position Funded at Dolores Mission Church in Downtown L.A.
March, 2007, Los Angeles, CA: Dolores Mission Church's new Community Organizer will help parishioners improve their downtown LA community.

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Airport Marina Counseling Service Expands Program
August, 2006, Los Angeles, CA: Airport Marina Counseling Service is expanding its Immediate Crisis Intervention Program.

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Homeboy Industries to Add New Headquarters, Bakery and Cafe
October, 2005, Los Angeles, CA: A grant of $100,000 will launch Homeboy Industries' new additions.

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St. Anastasia School Continues Cultural Arts Events
June, 2005, Westchester, CA: A grant of $41,000 will be helping St. Anastasia's for its cultural arts curriculum.

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Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center to Build Cancer Center
June, 2005, Burbank, CA: Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center will build The Roy and Patricia Disney Cancer Center, which was assisted by a grant from the William H. Hannon Foundation.

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Loyola Law School Establishes New Chair
March, 2005, Los Angeles, CA: The William H. Hannon Foundation has awarded a gift of $3 million to Loyola Law School Los Angeles for the William H. Hannon Distinguished Professor of Law Chair, held by Richard L. Hasen. The Chair was announced at a ceremony held at the California Club in downtown Los Angeles on March 29, 2005.

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Verbum Dei High School Goes to City Hall
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The Association of Catholic Student Councils Expands Program
October, 2004, Garden Grove, CA: The Association of Catholic Student Councils (TACSC) was able to hire a full-time staff member to oversee the development and implementation of programs in Southern California, including the William H. Hannon Scholarship program, a three part leadership training program that works with six schools in Southern California three of which are in inner city Los Angeles.

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Loyola High School's William H. Hannon Science Hall
October, 2003, Los Angeles, CA: Loyola High School, the oldest high school in Southern California, announced that the William H. Hannon Foundation has pledged $4 million to help construct a new 38,000 square-foot science building on the campus of the mid-city Jesuit high school.

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The Valley Family Center Provides Children?s Program
July, 2004, San Fernando, CA: The Valley Family Center's Learning Center Program provides after-school tutoring and small group instruction to children and youth who have special learning needs.

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Airpot Marina Counseling Service Continues Program
July, 2004, Westchester, CA: The Airport Marina Counseling Service is continuing its William H. Hannon Immediate Intervention Program.

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South Central Los Angeles Ministry Project (LAMP) Makes Strides with ESL Program
South Central LAMP provides ESL classes and childcare to the residents of South Central Los Angeles.

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William H. Hannon Library at Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA
In the depths of the Great Depression, William H. Hannon?s mother approached the president of Loyola University and asked whether her son could attend the school for free, pledging he would pay back the annual $200 tuition after graduation.

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Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels, Los Angeles, CA
Los Angeles? Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels recently acquired its first piece of important art since the Cathedral opened its doors in September, 2002. A mural, sponsored by the William H. Hannon Foundation, depicts 18th century early California life.

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Westchester Family YMCA, Los Angeles, CA
The youth of the Westchester Family YMCA are now spiking, dunking and climbing to new heights thanks to a generous gift from the William H. Hannon Foundation.

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Blessed Sacrament School, Twentynine Palms, CA
As the United States military launched its military campaign in Iraq, the Board of Directors of the William H. Hannon Foundation voted to approve a grant for new playground equipment at an elementary school where 65% of the students are from military families.

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William H. Hannon Library at LMU
The sleek new 121,000 square foot $63 million library opened in August 2009.

St. John's Health Center, Santa Monica
The William H. Hannon Foundation donated maternity rooms.


The new Hannon Tower at Little Company of Mary Hospital, Torrance, CA.