Jacksonville boy with autism writes children’s book about coping with COVID-19 changes
December 22, 2020
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — A Jacksonville boy with autism is now a published author. Trey Sheppard, 13, co wrote a children’s book with his mother, Natalie Sheppard, during the pandemic. The book, called “The Day My World Changed,” is helping children across the country cope with the COVID-19 pandemic.
KHA Awarded Grant from US Department of Justice
December 11, 2020
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. December 11, 2020
New Performers Academy director: Arts education can be lifeline for at-risk youth
November 27, 2020
Beth Reese Cravey Florida Times-Union November 27, 2020
Amy Buggle Retires After 30 Years at DLC Nurse and Learn
November 01, 2020
For the past three decades, Amy Buggle has led DLC Nurse and Learn in providing comprehensive care and services for local children with special needs. Since founding the organization in 1989, Amy has fostered a unique, educational space for children of all abilities, allowing their -parents the freedom to work and provide for their families
Kids Hope Alliance Creates Summer Food Program for Jacksonville Children in Need
June 09, 2020
By: Elizabeth Pace, Action News Jax Updated: June 9, 2020 – 5:25 PM JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Critical meals will be handed out to vulnerable areas in Duval County this summer.
COVID 19 Recovery Resources for Providers and Families
March 13, 2020
In response to the COVID-19 disaster and its protracted impact on local children, youth, and families, the Kids Hope Alliance has compiled a list of resources to help. We will try to keep it updated and accurate, as some of these programs, especially in terms of childcare, are subject to change with new developments.
Gala Raises More Than $170K For Student Programs
January 31, 2020
On Friday, January 31st, Communities In Schools of Jacksonville celebrated 30 years of service with the Toast to the Tassel Gala.
JaxKids Book Club Celebrates 15 Years!
December 01, 2019
JACKSONVILLE, Fla On December 1, 2019 the JaxKids Book Club celebrated its 15th year anniversary. Having distributed more than one million books to young children in Duval County, the innovative literacy program has helped develop critical early learning skills in Jacksonville’s youngest residents, preparing them for success in kindergarten and beyond.
Helping Children Heal in One of Jacksonville’s Deadliest Zipcodes
November 20, 2019
King, a 28 year-old mental health therapist from Daniel Kids, was placed at Susie Tolbert through the Full Service Schools initiative. Full Service Schools, a partnership between United Way, the Kids Hope Alliance, and Duval County Public Schools...
DLC Nurse and Learn Celebrates 30 Years of Service
September 12, 2019
Jacksonville, Florida–
Citi Teen Center Opens in Springfield
August 28, 2019
Jacksonville, Fl- On Wednesday, August 28th, 2019, the Boys and Girls Club of Northeast Florida opened the Citi Teen Center in Jacksonville’s historic Springfield neighborhood. Designed to serve local youth between the ages of 13 and 18 after school and during the summer, the Center is one of the few standalone teen centers in Northeast Florida.
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