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The Coalition is a not-for-profit organization supported by public and private contributions.  Current support includes:

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The Ad Council  -- Ad Council support gives CPLP access to the creative services of Roberts Communications as well as to media space and other professional services.  The value of these services will be in the many tens of thousands of dollars.

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The United Way of Greater Rochester -- The United Way adopted childhood lead poisoning as its number one advocacy issue and made a grant of $60,000 for 2004 operating expenses.

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Monroe County Health Department -- The Health department has contracted with the Coalition to provide community outreach and education and a public communications campaign as part of their HUD grant.

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The City of Rochester -- The City has contracted with the Coalition for additional communications efforts as part of their HUD grant.

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The University of Rochester - The University's Project Believe has contributed $5000 toward the cost of the Community Lead Summit

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Preferred Care -- Preferred Care has contributed $10,000 toward the cost of the Community Lead Summit.

If you or your organization would like to consider a contribution to this effort, please contact Patricia Brantingham at (585) 227-7204 or by email at pbrantingham@leadsafeby2010.com

Coalition to Prevent Lead Poisoning 

Committed to ending childhood lead poisoning in Monroe County by 2010

For more information, contact:  pbrantingham@leadsafeby2010.org