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.
For three days though, a dozen teen girls get to forget all that – thanks to Camp for Champions, a summer partnership between Eckerd Kids and the Florida Department of Children and Families.
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On July 8, 2016, Jean Roy was reunified with his two children and their case was officially closed out in January 2017.
A new, lasting connection between Ritz-Carlton and Eckerd Kids’ Texas Foster Care Program will give duffle bags to dozens of children who previously used trash bags.
The City of Clearwater is renewing its efforts to reduce child drownings by again offering $10 swim lessons to anyone in Tampa Bay.
Avid golfers don’t typically need much convincing to play a round at the world-renowned course at Innisbrook Resort.
The same was true on April 29, when dozens and dozens of Eckerd Kids supporters loaded up their clubs to raise awareness for foster children in the Tampa Bay area.