KATHLEEN O’LEARY LEFFERMAN (right), executive director of the Airport Marina Counseling Service, accepts a grant check from the Employees Community Fund of Boeing California, represented by information technology manager and grant application sponsor
Tracy Marks.

The Airport Marina Counseling Service has received a grant from the Employees Community Fund of Boeing California in support of its school and club-based program serving at-risk youth.
The grant check was presented by a Boeing information technology manager, Tracy Marks, a Westchester resident, to Kathleen O’Leary Lefferman, the counseling service’s executive director. The Airport Marina Counseling Service is a nonprofit clinic that works to provide affordable, community-based mental health services and to train mental health therapists
“We are delighted to accept this grant made possible by the generosity of ECF of Boeing California,” O’Leary Lefferman said. “It will help support our on-site counseling programs at Orville Wright Middle School, Westchester Enriched Sciences Magnets and the Boys & Girls Club of Venice.”
Carrie Bollwinkle, executive director of the Employees Community Fund of Boeing California, said, “We are happy to offer support for this youth program that has consistently demonstrated positive results for the youth it serves.”

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