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Autism Society of Florida

We had the pleasure of having Stacey Hoaglung President of Autism Society of Florida. ASF exists because persons with autism spectrum disorder have unique capacities and gifts and we are fortunate to have them in our lives. We believe persons with autism spectrum disorders contribute in unique ways to their families and communities. ASF believes that the best advocacy occurs with education and respect and the presumption of competence of all persons.

The mission of the Autism Society of Florida (ASF) is to assure full participation and self-determination in every aspect of life for each individual. Therefore improving the lives of all affected by autism.

They can be reached by phone at 407.207.3388 or on the Autsim Society of Florida’s website here. Listen to the program here: 


Spirit of Giving Network

SpiritOfGiving_logo_vertical (2)We had the pleasure of having Sue Diener, Executive Director of Spirit of Giving Network. The Spirit of Giving Network is a collaborative, nonprofit organization with a focus on children and families in South Palm Beach County. It is a forum where nonprofits and community supporters share information, resources and best practices. Currently, there are more than 60 nonprofit member organizations meeting on a monthly basis. The group’s objective is to streamline the delivery of services to the community by working collaboratively to solve issues and improve operations through internal and external partnerships.

They can be reached by phone at 561.385.0144 or on the Spirit of Giving Network website here. Listen to the program here: 

Early Learning Coalition of Broward County, Inc.


 2017-ELC-Broward-Header-wideWe had the pleasure of having Alex Browning, Communiations Director and Adriana Farazola, Family Services Manager of Early Learning Coalition of Broward County, Inc. The Early Learning Coalition of Broward County, mission is to provide the resources, advocacy, leadership, coordination and oversight for early care and education from birth to school-age and to support access to school-age care to ensure children’s success in school.

This in an ongoing process that involves building on existing services, working in cooperation with other programs for young children and coordinating and integrating program funding and services to achieve efficiency, accountability and full effectiveness.

They can be reached by phone at 954.377.2188 or on the Early Learning Coalition of Broward County, Inc. here. Listen to the program here: 

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