Giraffe Laugh, a daycare facility in the River Street neighborhood, is among the recent recipients of grants from the Idaho Community Foundation. Giraffe Laugh, which has facilities in the North End as well as River Street in Boise, received $2,500 to provide access to early childhood programs for children who are born into or living in poverty between the ages of zero and 5.
Giraffe Laugh, a daycare facility in the River Street neighborhood, is among the recent recipients of grants from the Idaho Community Foundation. Giraffe Laugh, which has facilities in the North End as well as River Street in Boise, received $2,500 to provide access to early childhood programs for children who are born into or living in poverty between the ages of zero and 5. Joe Jaszewski Joe Jaszewski / Idaho Statesman
Giraffe Laugh, a daycare facility in the River Street neighborhood, is among the recent recipients of grants from the Idaho Community Foundation. Giraffe Laugh, which has facilities in the North End as well as River Street in Boise, received $2,500 to provide access to early childhood programs for children who are born into or living in poverty between the ages of zero and 5. Joe Jaszewski Joe Jaszewski / Idaho Statesman

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