Tag Archives: April

Cool Clothes Closet

Image result for cool clothes closet of south palm beachWe had the pleasure of having Lynda Walsh of Cool Clothes Closet. The Cool Clothes Closet is a “Store” dedicated to providing fashionable clothing, free of charge, to “teenagers in need” in a boutique-style setting. Their goal is to promote dignity and normalcy for these young people. Self-esteem is essential for success in life, whether socially, academically, or professionally. They can be reached by phone at 561-843-4228 or on the Cool Clothes Closet website here. Listen to the program here: 

Compass LGBT Community Center

CompassLogoNewBigThis week on Forum for Nonprofits, we had Julie Seaver, the CEO of Compass. Compass aims to diminish stereotypes by challenging long-standing misconceptions about the character of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community. They emboli the youth, promote pride in the community and act as an educator, advocate, health service provider and focal point for community organizing. Compass promotes awareness of the caring nature of this diverse community. They can be reached by phone at 561-533-9699, or on the Compass website here. Listen to the program here:  04/27/2017

Jubilee Center of South Broward County

imagesThis week on the show we had Leanne Vasquez of the Jubilee Center of South Broward County. The Jubilee Center of South Broward is a social service agency whose goal is to provide meals to the hungry and social services to the neediest in the community.  They provide a place of hope for the hopeless, compassion for those who have found non, and unconditional love and support to all who arrive at their doors. They can be reached by phone at 954-920-0106, or on the Jubilee Center of South Broward County here. Listen to the program here:   04/27/2017.

Heart2Heart Senior Outreach

h2h_04On this week’s show we had Blake Silverstrom, the executive director of Heart 2 Heart. The vision of Heart2Heart Senior Outreach is to provide residents in South Florida long term care centers with regular and consistent visitation with the opportunity. South Florida leads the nation in the number of elderly residents per capita. A vast majority of residents in long term care centers do not receive any visitors at all; not from family members, friends, or sadly, even the church. Most of the residents – who served us and our country as parents, grandparents, teachers, doctors, nurses, civic officials, business professionals, law enforcement officers and in the armed forces – are lonely and feel abandoned and rejected. They can be reached by phone at 954-600-6584, or on the Heart2Heart website here. Listen to the program here:  4/04/2017

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