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McDONNELL DOUGLAS COMMITS $100,000 TO AID COMMUNITIES RECOVERING FROM CIVIL UNREST

 McDONNELL DOUGLAS COMMITS $100,000 TO AID
 COMMUNITIES RECOVERING FROM CIVIL UNREST
 LONG BEACH, Calif., Oct. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- The McDonnell Douglas Employees Community Fund and the McDonnell Douglas Foundation have committed $100,000 for use in the greater Los Angeles-Long Beach area, addressing the special needs of communities recovering from the civil unrest this spring.
 The money will be distributed to 15 organizations that have been identified for their effectiveness in working with local residents seeking solutions to problems in their communities.
 The Employees Community Fund (ECF) and the McDonnell Douglas Foundation each contributed $50,000 to the special fund. The ECF derives its support from contributions from McDonnell Douglas employees on the west coast.
 Beverly Hoskinson, executive director of the ECF, said, "Many employees of McDonnell Douglas were affected by the unrest. These special grants to local organizations, added to on-going support, can help heal wounds and lead to solutions to the pressing needs surrounding us."
 The following organizations have been named for support from the special McDonnell Douglas fund.
 Asian Pacific American Legal Center of Southern California; Benevolent Outreach; Compton Welfare Rights Organization; Daisy Foundation; Devil Pups; Dickison Community Lighted Schools; Gray Ministerial Vista Home for Women; Lennox Station Youth Athletic League; Library Foundation of Los Angeles; Lighthouse Community Outreach Project; Los Angeles Beautiful; Para Los Ninos; Sammy Davis, Jr. Performing Arts School; South Bay Youth Service Center; and Truevine Community Outreach.
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 /CONTACT: Beverly Hoskinson of Douglas Aircraft Co., 310-593-2616/
 (MD) CO: McDonnell Douglas ST: California IN: ARO SU:


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