|Community Haven's Gift from A.F.P., V.F.W. and F.O.E.|
SARASOTA – Community Haven for Adults and Children with Disabilities, Inc. is the recipient of a combined financial gift from the American Legion Post #266 Auxiliary, VFW Post #3233 and Fraternal Orders of the Eagles #2756 Ladies Auxiliary. These three organizations raised money during their annual bowling tournament – with 100% of the proceeds to benefit Community Haven for Adults and Children with Disabilities, Inc.
In addition to their financial support of the Haven over the last thirty years, these organizations host an annual picnic for our clients at one of their club locations.
Through these organizations' gift of time, talent and treasure – Community Haven can continue to provide programs and services that enhance the education, growth & development of individuals with disabilities in Sarasota and Manatee Counties & environs.
For more information about Community Haven or to schedule a tour of our 32-acre campus, please contact Director of Development Bethany Higgins at (941) 355-8808 ext. 213 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Community Haven
Community Haven for Adults and Children with Disabilities, Inc. is a 59-year-old (established 1954), community-based human service agency which includes the Selby Preschool (VPK, Childcare, Montessori Method); the Selby School (McKay Scholarship for kindergarten and grades 9-12); Transitions Services for Teens in local high schools; Community Living (four group homes serve 33 adult residents); Haven Industries (adult day training currently serving 130+); and Community Employment Services (supported employment & employment services). Annually, 700+ children, teens and adults with physical and developmental disabilities are served. The mission of Community Haven for Adults and Children with Disabilities, Inc. is to empower children, teens and adults with disabilities, one person at a time.
This is achieved by creating solutions with specialized services/programs that change the lives of consumers enabling them to become educated, self-sufficient, responsible community members involved in all aspects of everyday life.The organization fosters and promotes equal opportunities, a better quality of life and full involvement in the community for those served. For more information, visit www.communityhaven.org.
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