Six Jewish organizations
Get FEMA support
Six local Jewish organizations have received significant funding for security improvements, with support from the US Department of Homeland Security and the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the Sarasota-Manate Federation, and a secure community network.
The donations were part of a $ 180 million rehabilitation and rehabilitation program for local non-profit organizations most at risk from terrorist attacks.
Jeff Solomon, the Jewish community safety director for SCN, said: “I first conducted risk and vulnerability assessments on organizations.” I helped set up security committees to help them apply for financial support, and I provided several gift training webinars. . I was happy to use all available SCN resources to facilitate the relief process.
An estimated $ 2.7 million has been donated to 50 organizations in Florida.
Local organizations receiving $ 587,193 in subsidies were the Hurshore Shiff Community Day School ($ 150,000). Aviva Senior Lifestyle ($ 100,000); Temple Imanu-El ($ 100,000); Temple Sinai ($ 90,103); Suncoast JFCS ($ 84,250); And the Jewish Council of Venice ($ 62,840). The local Chabad synagogue received a total of $ 300,000.
“We are very grateful that our Sarasota-Manate Jewish institutions have provided us with this much-needed security assistance,” said Kim Adler, the federation’s general manager. Florida State Budget to Improve Security on Our New Campus. It is gratifying that our elected officials and our government are committed to the safety of our local Jewish community.
Manete Master Gardeners
Plan Fall Plants Exhibition, Market
Manete County Agriculture and Extension Service at Belbato Davis Educational Gardens, 1303 17th St. , Palmetto will hold its annual exhibition and market from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Volunteer gardeners who have grown a variety of plants, including shrubs and shrubs, volunteer to share knowledge and answer questions and questions about fruits and vegetables. Registrations are required at eventbrite.com (bit.ly/2Yr3rI0).
The Florida Master’s Gardener Program helps extension agents by providing research-based gardening education. Call 941-722-4524 at the Palmeto 1303 17th SW Plant Clinic on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The basis of pediatric diabetes
Organizes a golf charity event
The Diabetes Children’s Foundation in partnership with Drive for Diabetes Awareness is launching its first charity golf event on October 2 at University Park Country Club, 7671 Park Blade, Sarasota.
All of the proceeds from the event are to help underprivileged children in the community with type 1 diabetes and life-threatening diabetes.
“The rising cost of insulin has made it very difficult for us to meet the needs of local diabetics,” said Tammy Balavage, president of the Diabetes A Children’s Foundation. “We hope that this event will help us continue to help those many children and families who have been left behind.
It costs $ 100 per person to participate as a player. Extensive sponsorships with a variety of benefits are available starting at $ 500. The $ 3,000 Las Vegas Quell sponsorship includes three hours of NASCAR young driver Lassi Quell and her 1937 Ford Legend.
To register, visit helpadiabeticchild.org. Email Julia@helpadiabeticchild.org for more information or call Balanage at 239-821-5051.
Receiving the Venice Foundation
Non-profit financial applications
The Venice Golf and Country Club Foundation will receive applications in September.
Since 2005, the foundation has donated more than $ 700,000 to more than 70 local charities. Last year, the Foundation donated $ 88,000 to 20 organizations, including the Sanctuary Big Brothers, the Child Care Center, the English Community Care Center, Habitat for Humanity South Sarasota County, Food in Will Sarasota and Southeast Guide Dogs.
To be eligible for assistance, the agency must have a 501 (3) (c) rating and serve the largest Sarasota County area. The maximum individual reward for the upcoming relief cycle is $ 5,000. To review instructions and application form, visit vgccfoundation.org. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or financial support coordinator Sherry Borgdorf at 941-497-0753 for more information.
He gets a combination of guardian children
Financial support for case workers
The Charles and Margherine Branch Foundation and the Gulf Coast Community Foundation have donated $ 14,900 to Safe Children’s Coalition to support the case manager of Here4YOUth Mental Health Inive TV.
Key areas of support for sustainability include sustainability for safe child care coordinators; Adoptive family appreciation; And family reunification.
For more information about Safe Children Coalition, visit sccfl.org. To learn more about the Here4YOUth collaboration, go to 4 youth.org.
Sarasota Youth Opera
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