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GranteeAmountDescription
A Gift for Teaching, Inc.
Orlando, FL
$20,000For the Backpacks for Kids program, which provides backpacks and supplies to students from low-income households. In 2010, the program served 1,800 students.
A Gift for Teaching, Inc.
Orlando, FL
$7,000The grant award for the Centers of Attention program was rescinded in December 2012. AGFT staff lost the project consultant, who was instrumental in implementing the pilot program in fall 2012.
A Gift for Teaching, Inc.
Orlando, FL
$20,000For the Backpacks for Kids program, which provides backpacks and school supplies to students from low income households. In FY11, the program served 1,800 students
Adult Literacy League, Inc.
Orlando, FL
$20,000For the Literacy Services for Youth program, which serves youth 16-24 for a minimum of 2 hours per week with individual and group tutoring in preparation for post-secondary activities. In FY11, 150 youth were served.
Beta Center, Inc.
Orlando, FL
$20,000For the Positive Parenting Support program, which provides educational and supportive services to adolescent mothers and their children. In FY11, the program served 250 clients.
Beta Center, Inc.
Orlando, FL
$26,000For the Child Development Services program, providing developmental childcare for infants and toddlers, and parenting education programs for their teen mothers. In 2010, the program served 251 moms and children.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida, Inc.
Orlando, FL
$20,000For the Tupperware Brands Club programs, which provide tutoring, mentoring, and skill building to low income youth. In 2010, the Club served 536 young people.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida, Inc.
Orlando, FL
$20,000For the Tupperware Brands Club programs, which provide tutoring, mentoring, and skill building to low income youth. In 2011, the Club served 973 young people.
Boys and Girls Clubs of Lake and Sumter Counties, Inc.
Leesburg, FL
$10,000For the Project Learn program, which provides tutoring, homework help and high-yield learning activities to low income students in Lake and Sumter counties. Last year, the program served 187 students.
Boys Town Central Florida
Oviedo, FL
$35,000For the Family Treatment Homes and the Intervention and Assessment Center, which provide psychological care, individualized treatment plans, and a family-style living environment for abused or homeless children. In FY11, the program served 265 children.
Catholic Charities of Central Florida
Orlando, FL
$20,000For the Emergency Family Assistance program, which provides financial assistance for mortgage, rent, utilities and a week's worth of food to clients facing financial crisis. In 2011, the program served 6,312 individuals.
Catholic Charities of Central Florida
Orlando, FL
$15,000For the Back to School program, which provides backpacks and supplies to students from low-income households in Central Florida. In 2010, the program served 1,150 students.
Catholic Charities of Central Florida
Orlando, FL
$20,000For the Emergency Family Assistance program, which provides financial assistance with mortgage, rent, utilities and a week's worth of food to clients facing financial crisis. In 2010, the program served 6,807 individuals and families.
Catholic Charities of Central Florida
Orlando, FL
$10,000For the Back to School program, which provides backpacks and school supplies to students from low income households in Central Florida. In 2011, the program served 1,150 students.
Center For Independent Living
Winter Park, FL
$10,000For the Home Modifications for Seniors with Disabilities program, which provides home repairs and ehancements for seniors with disabilities. In 2010, the program served 90 clients.
Center for the Visually Impaired, Inc.
Daytona Beach, FL
$15,000For the Independent Living program, which provides individualized training, introduction to low vision devices and resources, education and support to the visually impaired. In 2010, the program served 249 individuals.
Children's Home Society of Florida
Winter Park , FL
$35,000For the Faine House program, which provides transitional housing to youth who have aged out of the foster care system. This new program seeks to serve 10 youth in 2012.
Christian HELP Foundation Inc.
Casselberry, FL
$15,000For the Christian HELP Food Distribution Center program, which provides food to unemployed families. In 2010, the program served 11,824 clients.
Christian Service Center Fla Orange County, Inc.
Orlando, FL
$20,000For the Family & Emergency Services and Daily Bread meal programs, which provide food, clothing, and utilities/rent support for families in crisis. Last year, the programs served 4,557 individuals from 562 families.
Christian Service Center Fla Orange County, Inc.
Orlando, FL
$20,000For the Family & Emergency Services and Daily Bread meal programs, which provide food, clothing, and utilities/rent support for families in crisis. In FY11, the programs served 7,051 individuals.
Coalition For The Homeless of Central Florida, Inc.
Orlando, FL
$30,000For the Housing Now program, which rapidly rehouses families and provides case management, rent and utility assistance, job/skill training and employment to reclaim and maintain self-sufficiency. In FY11, the program served 161 clients.
Coalition For The Homeless of Central Florida, Inc.
Orlando, FL
$50,000For the Children's Services program, which provides meals, shelter, therapy, early childhood education, and a pre-kindergarten program for homeless children. In 2010, the program served 602 children.
Community Coordinated Care For Children, Inc.
Orlando, FL
$15,000For the School Readiness program, which provides financial assistance for child care to low income working families, and promotes early learning in young children. In 2010, the program served 22,000 children.
Council on Aging of Volusia County, Inc.
Daytona Beach, FL
$30,000For the Elder Services program, which offers meal service to homebound seniors, adult day care, transportation, and energy assistance to the elderly. In FY10, the program served 2,863 clients.
Covenant House Florida, Inc.
Orlando, FL
$40,000For the Independent Living Track program, which provides life skills training, financial literacy, conflict resolution, job search skills and GED programs to youth ages 18-20. In FY11, the program served 76 clients
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