THANKS TO YOUR SUPPORT, THOUSANDS OF FAMILIES IN OUR COMMUNITY RECEIVE THE HELP THEY NEED TO THRIVE:
Over 100 families receive counseling services each week.
An average of 70 families are supplied with food from the food pantry each week.
$286,000 in Federal and State returns were processed for residents of the Middle Tyger Area free of charge through the VITA Tax Preparation Program in 2015.
400 children receive school supplies.
More than 200 uninsured, low-income adults receive vital medical care.
95% of participants in the Adolescent Family Life Program achieved their educational goals (graduated from high school, earned GED, or advanced to the next grade level) (statewide, only 40% of adolescent parents will finish high school).
More than 150 students attend adult education classes.