POSTED BY: BOB KNOTTS
(Editor’s Note: This post is adapted from the December 2013 Humanity Project email newsletter, Humanity News. You can sign up to receive the free newsletter once each month by clicking on the “Go” button in the right-hand column of this home page under “Sign up for our Email Newsletter.” We ask only for your email address.)
It’s always wonderful when you feel you can count on a friend. For the Humanity Project, one of our loyal longtime friends is Children’s Services Council of Broward County.Last month, they sponsored the Humanity Project’s Anti-bullying Through The Arts program for the sixth consecutive year.
Our thanks, as always, to CEO Cindy Arenberg Seltzer as well as Chief Communication Officer Sandra Bernard-Bastien and their great staff of professionals. Their support, and their friendship, mean a lot to THP — and to the children of our community. We have worked alongside CSC on a variety of projects for many years now. We also have conducted trainings for CSC, showing other nonprofits how they can attract young people to afterschool programs. They help many valuable organizations to help others in South Florida, where the Humanity Project is based.
As they explain on their website, “The Children’s Services Council is an organization created to plan, coordinate and fund services for and on behalf of the children of Broward County. The Council is an independent taxing authority which was established by a public referendum passed on September 5, 2000 … The CSC’s focus is Broward’s children. We are a special government created by the voters of Broward County in September, 2000 to provide leadership, coordination and funding for services for and on behalf of children.” For more information about Children’s Services Council of Broward County, visit their website by clicking here.Thank you, CSC!