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Pinellas County is making education a priority -- from cradle to career

Pinellas County is making education a priority -- from cradle to career

Posted on 01/27/2012 @ 12:02 PM

The truth is, this Pinellas County council is a mighty force that does actively coordinate and provide leadership to address some of the most critical issues of our county, and now they are prioritizing learning in a unique way—through forming the Learn and Succeed Network.

500,000 children in Florida are without health insurance: Volunteer to help change this.

500,000 children in Florida are without health insurance: Volunteer to help change this.

Posted on 01/23/2012 @ 09:56 AM

The Movement needs volunteers. Volunteers to assist with KidCare outreach and application assistance efforts. Whether it is at a local event, a school function or simply assisting in follow up on an application, we need your help in assisting those organizations that work tirelessly toward cutting down the number of uninsured children in our state.

Broward Family Life magazine selects The Movement as organization of the year

Broward Family Life magazine selects The Movement as organization of the year

Posted on 01/18/2012 @ 02:59 PM

Broward Family Life Magazine selects The Children's Movement of Florida as organization of the year!

The Florida Campaign to End Child Homelessness

Posted on 12/07/2011 @ 12:49 PM

Tonight, thousands of children in Florida will go to sleep in their family car, an emergency shelter, a seedy motel, or on the streets. They have no one to turn to and no safe haven. Each year, over 70,000 children in Florida experience homelessness.

A 2009 report, entitled America’s Youngest Outcasts: State Report Card on Child Homelessness, ranked Florida among the 10 worst states in addressing child homelessness.

Now The Florida Coalition for the Homeless and The National Center on Family Homelessness have partnered to create the Florida Campaign to End Child Homelessness, in order to bring child and family homelessness to the forefront of issues that must be tackled in the upcoming legislative session.

Disabled?

Disabled?

Posted on 12/04/2011 @ 03:45 PM

This talk, just a few powerful minutes long, is by Rochelle (Shelly) Baer, a licensed clinical social worker and a significant community contributor in Miami for the past two decades.

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