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GranteeAmountDescription
Achievement and Rehabilitation Centers, Inc.
Sunrise, FL
$8,000For the Parents as Teachers program, which builds capacity and fosters resilience in families with disabled children. The program provides home visits, group meetings, developmental screenings, and counseling services. In FY10, they served 369 families.
Achievement and Rehabilitation Centers, Inc.
Sunrise, FL
$8,000For the Parents as Teachers program, which builds capacity and fosters resilience in families with disabled children. The program provides home visits, group meetings, developmental screenings, and counseling services. In FY11, 318 families were served.
Adolph and Rose Levis Jewish Community Center, Inc.
Boca Raton, FL
$10,000For the Camp Kavod Summer Camp Scholarships, which provide scholarships to low income youth with significant special needs to help them attend summer camp. In FY11, 67 youth attended summer camps.
Adolph and Rose Levis Jewish Community Center, Inc.
Boca Raton, FL
$10,000For Camp Kovad scholarships serving low income youth, which help children with significant special needs attend summer camp. 60 youth were served in FY10.
Adopt-A-Family of the Palm Beaches, Inc.
Lake Worth, FL
$10,000For the Housing Stabilization program, which provides case management, rent, and utility assistance for families at risk of homelessness due to a financial crisis.
Aid to Victims of Domestic Abuse, Inc
Delray Beach, FL
$8,000For the Commit to Change program, a violence prevention initiative that targets youth in kindergarten through 12th grade with after school programs. In FY10, over 5,000 students were served.
American Association of Caregiving Youth, Inc.
Boca Raton, FL
$5,000For the Caregiving Youth program, which provides skill building classes, case management, and home visits for young people who care for ill, aging, or disabled family members. The program served 395 youth in FY10.
ArtServe, Inc.
Ft. Lauderdale, FL
$10,000For the Eco-Art program, which provides low income youth the opportunity to learn about the environment through a variety of art activities. In FY11, the program served 50 children.
Boca Helping Hands, Inc.
Boca Raton, FL
$5,000For the Family Dinner program, which provides meals and arts programs for low income students. In FY10, 2,160 students participated.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Broward County
Fort Lauderdale, FL
$10,000For the Creative Arts program, which provides year-round art activities for over 750 children and youth from low income communities. Children also learn life skills such as communication, conflict resolution and creative problem solving.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Broward County
Fort Lauderdale, FL
$5,000For the Youth Educational Success (YES) program, a comprehensive academic success initiative that combines six different components to meet the educational needs of at-risk youth. In FY11, the program served 275 youth.
Boys and Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County, Inc.
West Palm Beach, FL
$10,000For general support. The agency provides education, leadership, recreation, career development, and health and life skills programs for low income youth, ages 6-18, at 18 sites. In FY11, the program served 7,500 clients.
Boys and Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County, Inc.
West Palm Beach, FL
$10,000For general support. The agency provides education, leadership, recreation, career development, and health and life skills programs for low income youth, ages 6-18, at 17 sites. In FY10, the program served 7,000 clients.
Brookwood Florida-East, Inc.
Coral Springs, FL
$5,000For general support. The agency offers therapeutic residential services, education and employment training for girls, ages 11-18 years, who are victims of abuse and/or neglect. In FY11, 25 girls received services.
Broward Children's Center, Inc.
Pompano Beach, FL
$4,000For the Community Bridges Initiative program, which provides field trips and recreation activities for 36 developmentally disabled children and youth residing in the agency's group home and nursing facility.
Broward Education Foundation, Inc.
Fort Lauderdale, FL
$15,000For general support. The agency offers scholarships, teacher grants, classroom supplies, and video conference technology to pre-K through 12th grade students and teachers.
Broward Education Foundation, Inc.
Fort Lauderdale, FL
$8,000For general support. The agency offers scholarships, teacher grants, classroom supplies, and video conference technology to pre-K through 12th grade students and teachers selected by the Broward County School Board.
Broward Homebound Program, Inc.
Deerfield Beach, FL
$8,000For the Disabled Adults and Home Delivered Meals program, which provides personal care, respite care, food, medical supplies, adult day care, and a free emergency response system. The program served 347 indigent, disabled adults in FY10.
Broward Partnership for the Homeless, Inc.
Fort Lauderdale, FL
$38,000For general support. The agency provides emergency shelter, transitional housing, and support services for over 1,000 homeless individuals and families annually.
Broward Partnership for the Homeless, Inc.
Fort Lauderdale, FL
$38,000For general support. The agency provides emergency shelter, transitional housing, and support services for over 1,000 homeless individuals and families annually.
Broward Performing Arts Foundation
Fort Lauderdale, FL
$10,000For the Reading Readiness Through the Theater program, which offers pre-K students at eight Head Start schools with literacy activities, books, and tickets to performing arts presentations. The program served 540 students in FY10.
Broward Performing Arts Foundation
Fort Lauderdale, FL
$8,000For the Learning through the Arts program, an arts-integrated program that connects theater performances to classroom activities. In FY11, the program reached 24,000 students.
Broward Public Library Foundation, Inc.
Fort Lauderdale, FL
$5,000For general support. The organization provides access to a full range of services, including cultural and educational programs for people with disabilities. In FY10 the program served 130,904 people.
Caridad Center, Inc.
Boynton Beach,, FL
$10,000For the Childhood Obesity PET program, which provides prevention, education and treatment to low income children at risk of childhood obesity. In FY10, the program served 1,344 children.
Center for Child Counseling, Inc.
Palm Beach Gardens, FL
$5,000For the Childcare Community Social Emotional Wellness program, which offers mental health services for families presenting child abuse and/or neglect risk factors. The program served 59 families during FY10.
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