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The Taylor Family Foundation Celebrates 25 Years of Giving

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Posted: Thursday, January 22, 2015 12:00 am

The Taylor Family Foundation (TTFF), founded in 1990 by Barry and Elaine Taylor, kicks off a yearlong celebration to commemorate its 25th Anniversary and 15th year of camp. Festivities got underway with the Hemophilia Foundation of Northern California (HFNC) which will bring its annual group of children to Camp Arroyo.

For 25 years, TTFF has served children with developmental disabilities, life-threatening and chronic illnesses such as brain tumors, autism, heart disease, diabetes, pediatric cancers, skin disease, asthma, burn survivors and pediatric HIV/AIDS.

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