Friends of the Children–Tampa Bay has been featured in news media stories that are shared here.
Funding supports Road Map to School and Career Pathway Success program and Foster Elementary Expansion Project.
"Investing in the at-risk for the long term."
Smith brings more than 30 years of youth advocacy and nonprofit management experience to the new chapter.
Clemons brings leadership and vision to the city’s youth advocacy community, guided by his personal struggles and professional triumph.
New chapter to provide salaried, professional mentors to children of youth who have been in foster care.
Most admired nonprofit in Oregon.
During five-year study, Friends of the Children participants had less trouble in school, and parents and caregivers observed more positive behavior.
With support from a $4 million Social Innovation Fund grant, Friends of the Children has awarded $2.4 million in expansion grants to launch a new site in the Bay Area and expand service to new youth in the Seattle area.