Children’s Alliance awards Lacey resident Jiji Jally with “Voices for Children” award

Jiji Jally

On May 31, nonprofit child advocacy group Children’s Alliance presented the “Voices for Children” award to Juji Jally, a Marshall Island native living in Lacey, Wash. Jally is recognized for her work in saving Washington State Food Assistance, a program which offers a lifeline for documented immigrants who don’t qualify for federal food stamps. Jally took a high-profile role in the Children’s Alliance campaign, testifying in Olympia, speaking at press conferences, and gathering support from community members. (end)

One Response to “Children’s Alliance awards Lacey resident Jiji Jally with “Voices for Children” award”

  1. Jiji, we’re so happy to see you getting this much deserved recognition. Your worked helped so many families.

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