Ann Arbor Awesome Foundation awards grant to the Washtenaw ID Project for the establishment of an ID Scholarship Fund

Last month, the Ann Arbor Awesome Foundation awarded a $1,000 grant to representatives of the Washtenaw ID Project for the establishment of an ID Scholarship Fund that will provide financial assistance to individuals in need of the County ID that cannot afford one. To find out more about the Washtenaw ID, which was created to ensure that all residents of Washtenaw County have meaningful access to a government-issued ID that validates their identity and residency, and why its so incredibly awesome, visit WashtenawID.com.

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Pictured above, surrounded by the Trustees of the Ann Arbor Awesome Foundation, are Keta Cowan and Janelle Fa’aola of Synod Community Services, who received the grant on behalf of the Washtenaw ID Project.

[For those seeking more information, an interview with Cowan, conducted by Ann Arbor Awesome Foundation Dean Mark Maynard can be found online.]