As an Eckerd Kids' Project Bridge mentor, Jerry McMillion offers weekly music production and graphic design classes at his recording studio. There, he works with participants on dealing with their emotions and gaining valuable life skills.
As the founders of Keeping it Real Outreach Ministry, Dee and Mozell Axson aim to bring love and understanding to at risk teens — a mission that makes them a smart match for Project Bridge.
Through Project Bridge, Dakota Freeman, 17, had the opportunity to tour a number of schools, but said Southeastern won him over right away.
Since July 2016, more than one hundred participants have passed through the Money Works workshop series. Before wrapping up in March, the series ran on a monthly basis, and addressed issues like budgeting, financial planning and homeownership.
Chief Development Officer Margaret Adams comes to Eckerd Kids with more than 25 years of experience.
Prom season is here and local business owner Ashley Fox has partnered with other organizations and personal donors in the community — including Canvas Fashion Gallery, Salon 9, Royal Palm and many more — to bring three girls in the foster care system a Cinderella experience for their prom nights.
ABC Action News (WFTS – TAMPA) — Local business owner, Ashley Fox, donated to the Eckerd Kids' Raising Hope program to help foster teens attend the prom of their dreams.
Not everyone has a servant’s heart. Luckily for young adults in Pasco and Hernando counties, the team at CareerSource certainly does. The efforts of the program, which operates through Eckerd Kids, has earned them the title of Staywell's Agency of the Month.
Thank you to Bank of America for their continued support of our workforce programs.
Former Project Bridge participant Savannah Dorsey-Carter is preparing to start college in the fall. It’s a feat the team at Project Bridge in Brevard County, Fla., is thrilled to see her reach.