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McNeese Receives Donation from Community Foundation

February 22, 2021 | McNeese Public Relations
On hand for the donation are, from left, Dr. Wade Rousse, Vice President for University Advancement and Dean of the College of Business, Caitlyn Kudrecki, Suicide Prevention Program Coordinator for the Kay Doré Counseling Clinic, Lettie Goings, Clinical Behavioral Analyst with the Autism Program, Kaycie Stacy, Director for the Autism Program, and Sara McLeod Judson, President and CEO of the Community Foundation of Southwest Louisiana.
On hand for the donation are, from left, Dr. Wade Rousse, Vice President for University Advancement and Dean of the College of Business, Caitlyn Kudrecki, Suicide Prevention Program Coordinator for the Kay Doré Counseling Clinic, Lettie Goings, Clinical Behavioral Analyst with the Autism Program, Kaycie Stacy, Director for the Autism Program, and Sara McLeod Judson, President and CEO of the Community Foundation of Southwest Louisiana.

The Community Foundation of Southwest Louisiana recently gave $20,000 to the McNeese Foundation for the university’s Hurricane Relief Fund. The funds, administered as part of the Community Foundation’s Fast Grant Program, are designated for the Kay Doré Counseling Clinic and the McNeese Autism Program.

The Fast Grant Program was established to help nonprofits re-engage with the clients they serve after having shut down or reduced services after Hurricane Laura.

Both the Kay Doré Counseling Clinic and the McNeese Autism Program are operating remotely. The counseling clinic continues to reach patients through telehealth appointments, while the autism program is hosting children at its temporary location and visiting clients in their homes.