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Chairman's Executive and Financial Report 2014

Chairman’s Executive & Financial Report

January 1 – December 31, 2014

FLMCC had a very interesting third year of activities with respect to our goal to bring, as far as our means would allow, necessary and urgent living assistance to financially-strapped families with children and to elders in need, in accordance with our Articles of Incorporation and our mission. 952 more words

7 Facts You May Not Know About Foster Care

There are many misconceptions that exist around foster care. In recognition of National Foster Care Month, we’d like to shed some light on a few of these foster care myths. 220 more words

Children

Parenting is hard. But does it need to be THIS hard?

I’m no expert at parenting. I don’t have a university degree or accreditation in child and adolescent development or psychology. I’m just a regular mom. With five kids who sometimes drive me up the wall crazy with frustration and anger. 1,618 more words

Family Time

This Non-profit Helps Students in Your Community

Are you are compassionate, caring and want to provide scholarship assistance for graduating high school students in Pinellas County – but you don’t know where to start? 103 more words

Best Charities

Thank you again to our supporters

Our mission to assist families with children and elders in need is a yearlong work. We are grateful for the steady support of our donors, and again thank Camille Droman, Kim Lawrence and her clients at Smoke Signals Gems, and Tara Bruosseau, as well as our anonymous donors, for their contributions which allow FLMCC to bring help to families as often as we can. 6 more words

Blue Pin of Courage

I wore a blue pin this week and had someone approach me, “Is that for Autism awareness?” I felt almost bad saying no, but my blue this month is for child abuse prevention month. 1,433 more words

Love

Maths, Civics & Happiness

It is so easy to make a baby happy. You snuggle them, you nurse them, you learn slapstick comedy routines that often involve fake sneezes and hiding behind a blanket. 622 more words

Parenting