This fund is dedicated to supporting the vision of Courtney (Harrington) LeBoeuf. "Courtney's Fund" is a charitable fund to support environmental awareness, protection, outreach, enjoyment, and focus on the environmental causes of breast cancer.
Your tax-deductible donations and gifts will be awarded via grants to some of the following organizations :
In the county-run Science Camp, students enjoy an experiential model. High-quality County Office of Education Naturalist Staff teach campers about bio-diverseenvironment by walking through, singing about, exploring, and getting connected to it.
Facilities like YMCA Camp Jones Gulch partner with San Joaquin and San Mateo County Outdoor Education to foster appreciation of the environment.
Tulane Univesity Environmental Law Scholarships
Courtney's Fund and Tulane University Law School are honored to announce The Courtney Harrington LeBoeuf Environmental Law Scholarship at the Tulane University School of Law. This perpetual endowment is funded through Courtney's Fund and generous private contributions. Scott Cowen, President of Tulane University, writes that Courtney "was devoted to advancing environmental education at Tulane, and her passion for science, nature, and environmental justice continues to inspire our students and faculty. The endowment will ensure we can attract the brightest students wishing to pursue the study of environmental law."
Bay Area Young Survivors
Bay Area Young Survivors (BAYS) is a support and action group for young women in the SF Bay Area who are living with breast cancer. This incredible group of young women organizes a semi-annual wellness retreat to Commonweal. During this retreat, young cancer survivors share their emotional and spiritual journeys through their diagnosis, discover that illness can lead to a richer and fuller life, and experience genuine community with others facing a cancer diagnosis.
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