More than 300 HANDY supporters danced the night away during NextGen 4 HANDY’s inaugural “Prom Night” at the Premier Aircraft Sales Hangar at Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport. The fundraising effort brought in over $60,000, which will directly benefit Broward County’s vulnerable youth. “We are amazed by the incredible amount of support for this first-time event
HANDY is pleased to announce that its 11th Annual Scholars Breakfast will take place on Friday, June 3rd at the Hyatt Regency Pier Sixty-Six at 7:30 a.m. This event is sponsored by Moss Foundation and Hypower, Inc. and generously underwritten by Hyatt Regency Pier Sixty-Six. This year we have our LARGEST graduating class of 18 college students!
HANDY NAMED “ORGANIZATION OF THE YEAR” AT THE 2016 NON-PROFIT ACADEMY AWARDS This was the third consecutive win for Helping Abused, Neglected, Disadvantaged Youth at the Annual Celebration of Non-Profit Excellence FORT LAUDERDALE, FL (February 29, 2016) – HANDY received the coveted “Organization of the Year” award at the 6th Annual South Florida Community Care
INAUGURAL “PROM NIGHT PRESENTED BY NEXTGEN 4 HANDY TO BE HELD AT FORT LAUDERDALE EXECUTIVE AIRPORT Adult prom event presented by NextGen 4 HANDY to help abused, neglected and disadvantaged youth WHAT: Young professionals of NextGen 4 HANDY will relive their high school memories by creating the inaugural Prom Night at the Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport. In
Their funding will support LIFE SKILLS education across HANDY’s three sites in Fort Lauderdale, Lauderdale Lakes and Pompano Beach. “Since 1955, Pediatrics Associates has forged a brighter and healthier future for children across South Florida,” Evan Goldman, CEO of HANDY said. “We’re excited about HANDY’s burgeoning partnership with the Pediatrics Associates Foundation and together, we’ll
HANDY is so thankful for friends and supporters at The Beauty Mark for providing gifts for more than 200 HANDY students for the holiday season! The Beauty Mark placed a “wish tree” in the lobby of the salon. On this magical tree were stars with children’s names and 3 wishes written by HANDY youth. Guests of the
Earlier this year, Lakedria Moultry, an 18-year-old Boyd Anderson High School student and Jennaie Petit-Frere, a 14-year-old Broward resident who arrived to the U.S. after a tragic Haiti earthquake never imagined they would be walking the halls of the Florida House of Representatives in Tallahassee. Through the Helping Abused Neglected Disadvantaged Youth (HANDY) Future Prep
The 9th annual Scholars breakfast was truly memorable and recognized HANDY scholarship recipients who are graduating from college this year. HANDY recognized three “Champions of Children” whose interest, vision and generous support have significantly contributed to HANDY’s success: Joseph Farrell, Jr., President/CEO of Resolve Marine Industries, community leaders Marsha and Alan Levy, and Eugene K.