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GranteeAmountDescription
Adult Literacy League, Inc.
Orlando, FL
$30,000For the Literacy Services for Youth program, which provides academically disconnected students ages 16-24 with one-on-one literacy instruction and mentoring for up to eight hours per week in preparation for GED courses. Last year, the program served 90 youth.
Adult Literacy League, Inc.
Orlando, FL
$35,000For the Education Pathway for Youth Ages 16-24 program, which provides academically disconnected students with one-on-one literacy instruction and mentoring for up to eight hours per week in preparation for GED courses. Last year, the program served 85 youth.
Aspire Health Partners
Orlando, FL
$30,000For the Oasis Adolescent Residential Facility, which provides emergency shelter, residential treatment, trauma counseling, case management and permanent housing solutions for runaway and homeless youth in crisis. Last year, the program served 161 clients.
Beta Center, Inc.
Orlando, FL
$42,000For the Positive Parenting Support program, which provides educational, therapeutic and support strategies that promote positive parenting and reduce the risk of child abuse and neglect in at-risk adolescent mothers. Educational training includes: prenatal attachment, nurturing parent, baby brain development, child development and school readiness. Last year, the program served 100 clients.
Beta Center, Inc.
Orlando, FL
$35,000For the Teen Parent program, which provides educational and support strategies that promote positive parenting and reduce the risk of child abuse and neglect in at-risk adolescent mothers. Educational training includes: prenatal attachment, baby brain development, child development and school readiness. Last year, the program served 66 clients.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida, Inc.
Orlando, FL
$40,000For the Teen Education and Career Development programs at the Tupperware Brands Branch program, which provides comprehensive academic enrichment and esteem building activities during the school year, summer and holidays for at-risk youth. Last year, the program served 1,304 youth.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida, Inc.
Orlando, FL
$50,000For the Project Learn program at the Tupperware Brands Club, which provides education enhancement and literacy focused programming for academically at-risk students in Osceola County. Project Learn reinforces basic literacy skills and builds curriculum consistency for homework help after school. Last year, the program served 100 students.
Boys and Girls Clubs of Lake and Sumter Counties, Inc.
Leesburg, FL
$20,000For the Project Learn program, which provides academic skill building aligned with classroom instruction. Program components include homework help and tutoring, parental involvement, school collaboration and incentives. The organization recently began implementation of an outcome tracking system to measure program impact. This includes developing data sharing agreements with the school district, data collection methods and processes to report data. Last year, the program served 220 core students.
Boys and Girls Clubs of Lake and Sumter Counties, Inc.
Leesburg, FL
$20,000For the Project Learn program, which provides academic skill building aligned with classroom instruction. Program components include homework help and tutoring, parental involvement, school collaboration and incentives. Last year, the program served 226 core students.
Boys Town Central Florida
Oviedo, FL
$50,000For the Parenting program, which helps reduce the risk of child abuse by providing trauma treatment for children and parents to improve the social and emotional functioning of children impacted by family violence. Last year, the program served 971 youth and adults.
Boys Town Central Florida
Oviedo, FL
$60,000For the Integrative Continuum of Care program, which provides preventive short and long term services to at-risk children and their families. Services include clinical counseling support to youth and families, support services for parents to increase healthy response to conflict, a behavioral health clinic, intervention and emergency shelter for youth as well as longer term on-campus family homes to stabilize critically at-risk family situations. Last year, the program served 1,105 children.
Bread of Life Fellowship, Inc.
Ocoee, FL
$10,000For general support. The Bread of Life Fellowship food distribution program provides monthly to individuals and families living at or below the poverty level throughout eleven counties in Central Florida. The agency receives 200,000 pounds of food donations monthly, which is distributed to 50 local outreach partners.
Catholic Charities of Central Florida
Orlando, FL
$40,000For 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. Last year, the program served 9,274 households.
Catholic Charities of Central Florida
Orlando, FL
$30,000For 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. Last year, the program served 7,731 households.
Central Florida Young Men's Christian Association
Orlando, FL
$20,000For the Summer Zone program, which provides academic enrichment opportunities for low-income middle school youth during the summer months. The program curriculum is aligned with common core state standards and supports students to maintain reading levels and prevent the "summer slide". Last year, the program served 76 students.
Children's Home Society of Florida
Winter Park , FL
$50,000For the Faine House Independent Living program, which provides transitional housing and case management support to youth who have aged out of the foster care system. Last year the program served 150 youth.
Christian HELP Foundation Inc.
Casselberry, FL
$25,000For the Stop Hunger Now program, which provides unemployed and underemployed individuals and families with weekly food distribution. Additionally, the program provides employment search and sustainability assistance. Last year, the program served 12,013 clients.
Christian HELP Foundation Inc.
Casselberry, FL
$25,000For the Stop Hunger Now program, which provides unemployed and underemployed individuals and families with weekly food distribution. Additionally, the program provides employment search and sustainability assistance. Last year, the program served 14,699 clients.
Christian Sharing Center, Inc.
Longwood, FL
$35,000For the REACH program, which provides emergency rent, mortgage and utility assistance to families at-risk of homelessness. The program provides case management and stabilizing services such as food, clothing, medical needs, employment and transportation assistance, and child care over the course of 90 days. Last year, the program served 60 clients.
City Year Inc
Orlando, FL
$25,000For the Whole School Whole Child program, which deploys young adult AmeriCorps members from diverse backgrounds to engage in a year of full-time service as tutors, mentors, and role models. City Year members work in teams in high-poverty schools to increase the academic performance of low performing students and the entire school. Last year, the program served 200 low performing students in six schools.
Coalition For The Homeless of Central Florida, Inc.
Orlando, FL
$30,000For the Women's Residential and Counseling Center Transitional Housing program, which helps homeless women and their children transition from poverty to self-sufficiency by providing case management, educational assistance, job training, employment, money management, rent assistance and referrals. Last year, the program served 475 clients.
Covenant House Florida, Inc.
Orlando, FL
$45,000For the Independent Living Track program, which provides transitional and permanent housing support, life skill development, financial literacy, conflict resolution, job search skills and GED preparation to homeless youth in Central Florida. Last year, the program served 93 youth.
Covenant House Florida, Inc.
Orlando, FL
$50,000For the Independent Living Track program, which provides transitional and permanent housing support, life skill development, financial literacy, conflict resolution, job search skills and GED preparation to homeless youth in Central Florida. Last year, the program served 77 youth.
Florida Leadership Venture, Inc.
Maitland, FL
$29,500For general support. Elevate Orlando provides at-risk youth, grades 9-12, with character development, mentoring, and leadership classes embedded in the school curriculum. The program provides additional post-secondary access and persistence support to students and families. Last year, the program served 530 students.
Florida Leadership Venture, Inc.
Maitland, FL
$5,500For the Outcome Evaluation Project, which will provide resources to analyze current outcomes measurement procedures and develop strategies to deepen evaluative practices to track the incremental academic growth made by students within the program.
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