After a Tampa mother has the custody of her children taken away, Employment Pathways Collaborative offers all the tools she needs to turn her life around
The youth (and staff) look forward to the days that Maggie, Lincoln, and Jackson are on campus.
Thousands of families were reunited this June in the Tampa Bay area. Read their stories here.
The sold out event was hosted at the beautiful Falcon’s Fire Golf Club. The event consisted of an active silent auction, game of chance, a meet-and -greet with Matt Blair, and a Chip Against the Champ with local youth champions.
“Our eighth annual Family Reunification Celebration is designed to honor the hundreds of parents in our community who have successfully completed tasks necessary to be reunited with their children,” explained Brian Bostick, the executive director of Eckerd Kids.
“Your darkest nights can have the brightest stars,” said Cassandra Pappas, 17. “I write that in my music all the time.”
Though we’re thrilled to celebrate National Workforce Development Week, our mission is never-ending. Here’s a few facts and stats to prove it:
Never give up.
There have been 173 families in Pasco County reunified so far this year.
Students at Appalachian State University selected Project Bridge’s central region as one of their Spring 2017 Alternative Service Experience programs. For an entire week, the 10 college students made it their mission to make a difference in the lives of 33 individuals.