Frieda C. Fox Family Foundation Junior Board Grants $2,000 to No Limits
October 5th, 2011
Kylie Semel, Junior Board member of the Frieda C. Fox Family Foundation, delivers grant check to No Limits headquarters
The Frieda C. Fox Family Foundation Junior Board has supported No Limits in multiple ways; in the past they have provided grants for revamping the No Limits website and creating a video to promote their theater replication kits, which contain everything necessary to create a local theater production. This latest grant funds the construction of new kits in response to increased demand from around the country.
No Limits Theater Group is the only theater group in the nation that produces original plays featuring the inspiring talents of children with a hearing loss who listen and speak. For fifteen years, No Limits has produced over 60 professional plays across the country, touching the lives of hundreds of children and entertaining thousands. Through extensive workshops, No Limits builds each child’s speech and language skills and teaches them the importance of hard work, overcoming obstacles, perseverance and the power of believing in themselves.
Kylie Semel (back row, center) with No Limits Executive Director Michelle Christie-Adams (back row, left), and John P. Autry III (back row, second from left), who inspired Christie-Adams to start the organization 15 years ago when she was a teacher for the deaf in Los Angeles. Born hard of hearing, Autry has since and gone on to appear in the hit television show “Glee”. Also pictured is David Hawkins (back row, right).