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The Madison Ann Cundiff Memorial Foundation, Inc.

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337 Helm Street Elizabethtown KY 42701 USA


It is the MISSION of The Madison Ann Cundiff Memorial Foundation, Inc. to assist families of murdered children with the funeral expenses of the child and/or educational expenses of the victim’s remaining sibling. It is first and foremost the most traumatic life-changing challenge for a family to face the loss of a child but the burden of not being able to properly bury that child is unbearable. Because of added expenditures on the victim’s family, it is also impossible at times to send remaining children to college to further their education. Our true MISSION is to remove a small part of the tragedy and to let the victims know that they are important!

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Children 0 - 18, Murdered Child Victims, etc..

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Rating: 5 stars  

1 person found this review helpful

I've known Hope Cundiff, the founder of this foundation, since we
were both infants. She started this after the tragic loss of her
grandaughter due to violence by the child's stepmother. This
foundation is all about the children. In addition to donating money,
I've helped her make several of the blankets that are sold to raise
more money or donated to the domestic violence shelter to keep
the innocent children there warm. You can rest assured that this
foundation is for children and raising awareness to protect them.

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