Trademark: 97061629
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THE ANNIE E. CASEY FOUNDATION
Status
Pending
Status Code
630
Status Date
Saturday, October 9, 2021
Serial Number
97061629
Mark Type
4000
Filing Date
Wednesday, October 6, 2021

Trademark Owner History

Classifications
16 Printed materials, namely research reports, brochures, newsletters, pamphlets, informational presentations in the nature of summary hand-outs, fact sheets, and infographics related to the improvement of health, housing, welfare, education, and financial well-being of under-privileged families and children, youth, young adults and their families; and advocacy of programs to reform criminal justice system
35 Advocating for public policy, promoting public awareness of racial and ethnic equity, criminal justice reform, and the need to provide for disadvantaged children, youth, and young adults and their families; providing consumer information in the fields of health, housing, welfare, education, and financial wellbeing; providing consulting services to organizations in the areas of community development, business management, strategic planning and staffing; advocating for the development and implementation of practices and programs related to state earned income tax credits
36 Charitable services, namely providing grants for charitable projects that relate to the improvement of health, housing, welfare, education, and financial well-being of disadvantaged children, youth and young adults and their families, to advocate the development and implementation of practices and programs related to state earned income tax credits, to provide leadership, alumni services and professional development in the fields of child and family well-being; Financial consulting services, namely providing information and counseling to children, youth and young adults and their families regarding financial planning and well-being
38 Providing an on-line forum for peer to peer information networking on the subjects of improvement of health, housing, welfare, education, and financial well-being of under-privileged families and children, youth, young adults and their families; and advocacy of programs to reform criminal justice system
41 Educational services, namely, providing information regarding the health, housing, welfare, education, and financial well-being of disadvantaged children, youth and young adults and their families; providing information regarding the child welfare system, namely strategies for protecting and serving children and families, recruiting and training foster families and enabling agencies to evaluate and adjust policies and practices to implement Team Decision making strategies; providing on-line and in-person training, classes, webinars, seminars, conferences, workshops, and non-downloadable videos to service providers in the fields of child welfare and education for the benefit of disadvantaged children, youth and young adults and their families; providing information addressing racial and ethnic inequities and social justice, namely, advocating programs designed to enable governmental agencies to reform the criminal justice system; providing live and on-line information for young people in the fields of health, housing, welfare, education and financial well-being; collecting and analyzing child development data for the purpose of tracking the general well-being of children, youth and young adults and their families
42 Computer services, namely, providing an interactive web site featuring technology that allows users to collect, store, manage, deliver and showcase electronic and paper-based content to choose and implement evidence-based programs that can be adopted to improve the general well-being of children, creates a dialog about general health and well-being services in the nature of neuroscience and brain research to encourage implementation of more effective foster care programs and policies and that allows users to collect, store, manage, deliver and showcase electronic and paper-based content to help government and social-sector leaders improve the welfare of children and their families and creates a dialog about and promotes public awareness of issues effecting disadvantaged children, namely issues regarding the educational, social, economic and physical wellbeing of disadvantaged children and their families

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