Who's Who Charity in the Arts 2018 - 2019

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Habitat for Humanity of Broward3564 N. Ocean Blvd. Fort Lauderdale FL 33308About Charity: Habitat for Humanity envisions a world where everyone has a decent place to live. Seeking to put God’s love into action, we bring people together to build homes, communities and hope. This year, Habitat Broward celebrates our 35th year and launches a 77-home community, the largest in our history. To date, we have placed 430 hard-working, low-income families in safe, affordable homes with zero-interest mortgages, thanks to our generous partners. Every donor, volunteer and homeowner plays a vital role to make our vision a reality.More Details
Habitat for Humanity of South Palm Beach County181 SE Fifth Ave. Delray Beach FL 33483About Charity: Habitat for Humanity of South Palm Beach County builds strength, stability and self-reliance through shelter. Always a “hand up,” never a “hand out”—hardworking, low-income families earn safe, decent and affordable shelter to break the poverty cycle and learn life-changing skills to invest in themselves and their communities.More Details
Heart Gallery of Broward401 NE Fourth St. Fort Lauderdale FL 33301About Charity: The Heart Gallery of Broward’s mission is to help the hardest to place foster children find a permanent loving family. Volunteer opportunities include program/mentor days (monthly/quarterly) and National Adoption Day in November.More Details
Henderson Behavioral Health4740 N. State Road 7,Ste. 201 Lauderdale Lakes FL 33319About Charity: Henderson Behavioral Health celebrates 65 years of service to the residents of South Florida. Founded in 1953, Henderson provides innovative health care, compassion and hope for more than 22,000 persons of all ages with behavioral health conditions in Florida each year.More Details
Historic Stranahan House Museum335 SE Sixth Ave. Fort Lauderdale FL 33301About Charity: Stranahan House is the oldest and most historically significant structure in Broward County and where the City of Fort Lauderdale began. Frank and Ivy Stranahan are credited as the founding family of Fort Lauderdale through their civic activism and philanthropy. The museum’s mission is to tell the story of the birth of the community through the lives of two extraordinary people and the homestead they created and to serve as an enduring legacy for historic preservation. The museum welcomes nearly 30,000 visitors annually and operates as a cultural and history museum, education center, event venue and community gathering place.More Details
HomeSafe2840 Sixth Ave. S. Lake Worth FL 33461About Charity: HomeSafe’s continuum of care starts with the Healthy Beginnings program, where our team screens children ages 0 to 5 for developmental delays or behavior concerns, and helps parents provide their children a healthy start. For children ages 9 to 17, our five group homes are a safe haven from abuse, and provide needed therapeutic services. Our SafetyNet Program works to break the cycle of abuse through immediate intervention and prevention services to domestic violence victims. Our Pond Place program provides a bridge to self-sufficiency and affordable housing for youth who have “aged out”of foster care.More Details
Humane Society of Broward County2070 Griffin Road Fort Lauderdale FL 33312About Charity: Advocating for and improving the lives of animals by providing adoptions, community services and education. Volunteer opportunities include foster care and adoption ambassadors; humane education presenters; dog walkers; customer service and adoption counselors; animal care associates; dog bathers; photographers and photo assistants; clinic volunteers; greeters and guides; boutique sales associates; and animal-assisted therapy teams.More Details