Boeing employees give to children

  • Friday, January 3, 2014

File/ Rogenmoser/Journal Scene The first South Carolina built 787 Dreamliner lifts off for its inaugural flight in May 2012.

The Employees Community Fund (ECF) of Boeing has awarded Children in Crisis, Inc., which operates Dorchester Children’s Center, a grant of $7,500 to be used toward the Center’s Clinical Services Program.

The Employees Community Fund of Boeing is a unique employee-owned and directed giving program that allows Boeing employees to support the needs of their local communities.

“The Employees Community Fund is proud to support the Dorchester Children’s Center with this grant,” said Jeremy Boselly, Boeing South Carolina Delivery Support engineer and president of the ECF of Boeing South Carolina. “Our teammates are grateful for the important services provided by the Center for children and families who need them most.”

Dorchester Center is a 501(c)(3) organization in Summerville whose mission is to provide a coordinated, evidence-based response to child abuse that reduces trauma and provides treatment for the children and families in our community in a safe, child-focused environment. The Center has provided services for over 6,000 children since opening in 2003. Clinical services include intake, crisis intervention, victim advocacy, forensic interviews, forensic medical examinations, and evidence-based treatment programs.

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