At today's meeting, Kiwanis of Lafayette presented two worthy organizations with needed funds for special projects.
First, Kiwanis of Lafayette presented Faith House with a check in the amount of $3,756.76 to allow the Family Justice Center to purchase a special infrared camera that reveals hidden bruising on victims of physical abuse. President Bill Friedman presented the check to Crystal Scrantz, Director of the Family Justice Center and our own Ralph Peters who also serves as the Executive Director of the Family Violence Intervention Program.
Next, our club presented the G.A.M.E. with a check for $1,000 to fund lunch for their upcoming summer camp. The G.A.M.E., which stands for God As My Encourager, provides a free summer camp for athletes. The G.A.M.E.'s founder and director, Brian Soigner accepted the check from President Bill Friedman.
Lafayette Kiwanis is proud to support these community organizations.