Back To School Extravaganza 2018!

June 5, 2018
Education
Back To School Extravaganza 2018!

Back To School Extravaganza 2018

Thank you to everyone who helped make the 2018 Back To School Extravaganza a huge success!

Help all students and teachers get what they need to have a successful school year! Your $35 donation outfits a child in need with uniform, shoes, backpack and supplies. The events are on July 28th and August 4th, so please contribute soon!

For more information, call (954) 377-1000.

Donations can be made online with credit cards at
www.neighbors4neighbors.org/back-to-school.

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Choose the following designation on the Neighbors 4 Neighbors website: Back to School - Broward

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To Donate by Check:
Make check payable to the Community Foundation of Broward and write "CSC Broward Charity Fund" on the memo line.

Mail to: Children's Services Council of Broward County,
6600 W. Commercial Boulevard, Lauderhill, FL 33319.

Download the Flier HERE!

Visit HandsOn Broward for volunteer opportunities.

Back To School Extravaganza 2018 FlierDownload the Flier HERE!

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Earned Income Tax Credit | HandsOn Broward
954-233-1296
The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) is a federal anti-poverty program that provides financial assistance for working families. In 2002, the Children’s Services Council began promoting EITC through a county-wide public awareness campaign. Since then, over $500 million have been returned to Broward residents. Many low-income EITC recipients file their returns for free at Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) sites, and a mobile team that serves Broward residents.

Primary POC: Kathy Wint | kathy@handsonbroward.org
Earned Income Tax Credit | Hispanic Unity of Florida
954-342-0424
The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) is a federal anti-poverty program that provides financial assistance for working families. In 2002, the Children’s Services Council began promoting EITC through a county-wide public awareness campaign. Since then, over $500 million have been returned to Broward residents. Many low-income EITC recipients file their returns for free at Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) sites, and a mobile team that serves Broward residents.

Primary POC: Ingrid Ekblad | iekblad@hispanicunity.org
Fatherhood Mentorship Program | Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Coalition of Broward
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Financially Assisted Childcare | Early Learning Coalition of Broward County
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Fostercare & Adoption | Forever Family
954-303-5802

Weekly segments on the NBC-6 local news feature Broward children in need of a permanent, caring home. On occasion, Forever Family will highlight related issues, such as foster parent recruitment, Guardian ad Litem recruitment, and foster/relative care youth transitioning to independent living.

Primary POC:
Gia Tutalo-Mote | gia.foreverfamily@gmail.com

 

Fostercare & Adoption | Heart Gallery of Broward
954-918-3008

A traveling exhibit of professional portraits and biographies of children available for adoption. The photographic and kiosk-based gallery is displayed in many public places, such as shopping centers and libraries that can reach hundreds of prospective parents.

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Primary POC:
Yvette DuBose | yvette@heartgalleryofbroward.org

Gulf Coast Jewish Family & Community Services
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The greatest tool you can give a child is the ability to persuade and speak with confidence. Being that my YIG experience positively impacted my emotional literacy skills, I would like to pass these on to those who are less fortunate.
Thanks to the Children’s Services Council and the YMCA of Broward County, students have an opportunity to give a voice to issues that are important to them.
Thanks to the Children’s Services Council and the YMCA of Broward County, students have an opportunity to give a voice to issues that are important to them.