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Kids for World Health Wins Martin Luther King, Jr.Award

Kids for World Health Wins Martin Luther King, Jr.Award

Larchmont Gazette

...A second award, for an organization, will go to the now-international movement, Kids For World Health, which was started in 2001 by 3rd graders at Chatsworth School, guided by their teacher, Kay Kobbe. The original founders, who are still working for the cause as seniors in the Mamaroneck High School, will accept the award on behalf of the organization…

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Comments from the Editor:

In January, 2010, Kids for World Health received the MLK, Jr. Human RightsCommittee Award for service to the world’s poor.

Other awards received at the ceremony were the following

Recognition from the

  • New York State Senate
  • The Town of Mamaroneck
  • The U.S. House of Representatives
  • The U.S. Senate
  • The New York State Assembly
  • Declaration of  a Kids for World Health Day
  • President William Clinton

Kids for World Health thanks the Human Rights Committee  for this honor