Helping People Succeed benefactors Rich and Yvonne Ross are challenging the Martin County community and Helping People Succeed’s Board of Directors to raise $100,000 for the local non-profit organization, as it nears its 50th Anniversary in March 2014.
For its second year, area artists featured in the Helping People Succeed 2014 Art for Living Calendar will be on hand at the A.E. “Bean” Backus Gallery and Museum for a calendar signing event.
Stuart Mayor Eula Clarke presents a Proclamation to Suzy Hutcheson, President/CEO of Helping People Succeed, naming October as National Disability Employment Awareness Month. Helping People Succeed works with adults with disabilities in finding jobs in local businesses, non-profit organizations and government, including the City of Stuart.
Area children visiting Helping People Succeed offices for counseling services or waiting for family members in the lobby will now have the benefit of educational videos to enjoy while they wait.
With the opening of its new Autism Center, Helping People Succeed is offering its Club Ed “Skills for Success” programs for elementary, middle and high school students with autism spectrum disorders and Asperger’s Syndrome.