Foundation Announces 2004 Grant Process
October 23, 2003 (Beaumont, TX) – The Beaumont Foundation of America (BFA), Board of Directors is pleased to announce its grant process for 2004.  In response to the 2003 grant process and the tremendous feedback received from applicants and many others, the Foundation has restructured the way in which it solicits grants.
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Foundation Announces Additional 2003 Technology Awards
September 12, 2003 (Beaumont, TX) – The Beaumont Foundation of America’s (BFA) board of directors has approved 100 additional technology awards for schools and community based organizations as part of its second phase of giving during 2003.
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Foundation Announces Initial 2003 Technology Awards
June 18, 2003 (Beaumont, TX) – The Beaumont Foundation of America’s (BFA) board of directors has approved technology awards for schools and community based organizations as part of its initial phase of giving during 2003.
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Secretary Of State Jesse White, Beaumont Foundation Of America Launch First Round Of Applications For Free Computers In Illinois
March 10, 2003 (Chicago, IL) – The Beaumont Foundation of America, headquartered in Jefferson County, Texas, today kicked off its effort to provide free computer technology to under-served communities in Illinois.
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Governor Richardson & Lt. Governor Denish Join The Beaumont Foundation Of America In Launching First Round Of Applications For Free Computers In New Mexico
March 7, 2003 (Santa Fe, NM) – The Beaumont Foundation of America, headquartered in Jefferson County, Texas, today kicked off its effort to provide free computer technology to under-served communities in New Mexico.
The $350 million Foundation began accepting grant applications for its first grant cycle on January 6, 2003. New Mexico will receive over $3.2 million over the next 3 years in grants for brand-new computer equipment from the Foundation.
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Governor Gray Davis, State Superintendent Of Public Instruction Jack O’Connell And Education Secretary Kerry Mazzoni Join The Beaumont Foundation Of America In Launching First Round Of Applications For Free Computers In California
March 6, 2003 (Sacramento, CA) – The Beaumont Foundation of America, headquartered in Jefferson County, Texas, today kicked off its effort to provide free computer technology to under-served communities in California.
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Chancellor Joel I. Klein, Caroline Kennedy, And Congressman Charles B. Rangel Join Beaumont Foundation Of America To Launch First Round Of Applications For Free Computers In New York
February 10, 2003 (New York, New York) – The Beaumont Foundation of America, headquartered in Jefferson County, Texas, today kicked off its effort to provide free computer technology to under-served communities in New York state.
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View Event Photo 1 – Beaumont Foundation Executive Director Frank Newton, joined by NY Congressman Charlie Rangel, Caroline Kennedy and NYC Chancellor Joel Klein, announces the availability of nearly $7 million in grants for the state of New York.
View Event Photo 2 – New York City Chancellor Joel Klein speaks about New York City’s partnership with the Beaumont Foundation as Congressman Rangel and Caroline Kennedy look on.
View Event Photo 3 – Students at Public School 161 demonstrate their computer skills using Toshiba laptops donated by the Beaumont Foundation

Senator Baucus, Beaumont Foundation Of America Launch First Round Of Applications For Free Computers In Montana
February 10, 2003 (Washington, D.C.) – The Beaumont Foundation of America, headquartered in Jefferson County, Texas, today kicked off its effort to provide free computer technology to under-served communities in Montana.
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Senator Nelson, Beaumont Foundation Of America Launch First Round Of Applications For Free Computers In Nebraska
February 10, 2003 (Washington, D.C.) – The Beaumont Foundation of America, headquartered in Jefferson County, Texas, today kicked off its effort to provide free computer technology to under-served communities in Nebraska.
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Senator Conrad, Beaumont Foundation Of America Launch First Round Of Applications For Free Computers In North Dakota
February 10, 2003 (Washington, D.C.) – The Beaumont Foundation of America, headquartered in Jefferson County, Texas, today kicked off its effort to provide free computer technology to under-served communities in North Dakota.
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Beaumont Foundation Of America Launches First Round Of Applications For Free Computers In Alaska
February 7, 2003 (Washington, D.C.) – The Beaumont Foundation of America, headquartered in Jefferson County, Texas, today kicked off its effort to provide free computer technology to under-served communities in Alaska.
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Governor Warner, Beaumont Foundation Of America Launches First Round Of Applications For Free Computers In Virginia
February 3, 2003 (Richmond, VA) – The Beaumont Foundation of America, headquartered in Jefferson County, Texas, today kicked off its effort to provide free computer technology to under-served communities in Virginia.
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View Event Photo 1 – VA Secretary of Education Belle Wheelan, Beaumont Foundation of America Executive Director Frank Newton and VA Governor Mark Warner
View Event Photo 2 – VA Governor Mark Warner greets visitors at Clark Springs Elementary School
View Event Photo 3 – VA Governor Mark Warner visits with students of Clark Springs Elementary School

Governor Freudenthal, Beaumont Foundation Of America Launch First Round Of Applications For Free Computers In Wyoming
January 21, 2003 (Cheyenne, WY) – The Beaumont Foundation of America, headquartered in Jefferson County, Texas, today kicked off its effort to provide free computer technology to under-served communities in Wyoming.
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Governor Sebelius, Beaumont Foundation Of America Launch First Round Of Applications For Free Computers In Kansas
January 17, 2003 (Topeka, KS) – The Beaumont Foundation of America, headquartered in Jefferson County, Texas, today kicked off its effort to provide free computer technology to under-served communities in Kansas.
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Mayor Webb, Beaumont Foundation Of America Launch First Round Of Applications For Free Computers In Colorado
January 16, 2003(Denver, CO) – The Beaumont Foundation of America, headquartered in Jefferson County, Texas, today kicked off its effort to provide free computer technology to under-served communities in Colorado.
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View Event Photo 1 – Denver Mayor Wellington Webb and Beaumont Foundation Executive Director Frank Newton
View Event Photo 2 – Denver Mayor Wellington Webb and Beaumont Foundation Executive Director Frank Newton

Lt. Governor-Elect Lucy Baxley, Beaumont Foundation Of America Launch First Round Of Applications For Free Computers In Alabama
January 7, 2003 (Montgomery, AL) – The Beaumont Foundation of America, headquartered in Jefferson County, Texas, today kicked off its effort to provide free computer technology to under-served communities in Alabama.
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View Event Photo 1 – AL Lieutenant Governor Lucy Baxley
View Event Photo 2 – Beaumont Foundation Executive Director Frank Newton

Governor Musgrove, Beaumont Foundation Of America Launches First Round Of Applications For Free Computers In Mississippi
January 6, 2003 (Jackson, MS) – The Beaumont Foundation of America, headquartered in Jefferson County, Texas, today kicked off its effort to provide free computer technology to under-served communities in Mississippi.
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View Event Photo 1 – MS Governor Ron Musgrove and Beaumont Foundation Spokesman Mark Sanders
View Event Photo 2 – MS Governor Ron Musgrove

Beaumont Foundation of America Launches First Round of Applications for Free Computers
January 3, 2003 (Beaumont, TX) – The Beaumont Foundation of America, headquartered in Jefferson County, Texas, today kicked off its effort to provide free computer technology to under-served communities throughout the country.
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