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Protecting Children and Uniting Families Across Borders for 96 years

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    Every year, the ISS provides its services to approximately 75'000 families around the world

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    Every year, the ISS provides its services to approximately 75'000 families around the world

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    Every year, the ISS provides its services to approximately 75'000 families around the world

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    Protecting Children and Uniting Families Across Borders for 96 years

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    Protecting Children and Uniting Families Across Borders for 96 years

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    Protecting Children and Uniting Families Across Borders for 96 years

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    Every year, the ISS provides its services to approximately 75'000 families around the world

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    Every year, the ISS provides its services to approximately 75'000 families around the world

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    Protecting Children and Uniting Families Across Borders for 96 years 

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ISS USA 90 years celebration

On September 17th, ISS-USA celebrated 90 years of providing cross border social work on Capitol Hill. Mary Mentaberry, Chair of the Board and Bob Miles, board member, kicked off the event by premiering ISS-USA's new video. More than 100 guests were in attendance, including El Salvador, and Honduras Ambassadors acting as honorary chairs.
ISS-USA presented Senator Barbara A. Mikulski with the Ruth Larned Award for her outstanding leadership in support of children and families; Congressman Elijah E. Cummings with the Fred Warburg Award for his commitment to community engagement and partnership; and Ambassador Susan A. Jacobs with the Lifetime Advocate Award for her ongoing support of ISS-USA and dedication to the field of child and family protection.

 

 

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