National Child Abuse Prevention Month

With April as National Child Abuse Prevention Month, Helping People Succeed brought together Moms to create a reminder for motorists on U.S. 1 in Stuart with their Pinwheels for Prevention. Healthy Families Program Manager Carolyn Moses, far left kneeling, organized the mothers to mark the special month at Helping People Succeed's main office.

Staff Members of the Martin County Clerk of the Circuit Court Donate to April Showers

Martin County Clerk of the Circuit Court Carolyn Timmann, center, back row, and her staff show off the many items that they contributed to Helping People Succeed's April Showers Baby Shower. From bottles and diapers to toys, clothing and blankets, local families will receive the items donated within their own communities. The Clerk's employees earned a blue jean Friday for their donations.

Book Drives to Benefit Helping People Succeed's Programs

Helping People Succeed thanks Skin Serenity Spa & Salon and staff members at the Martin County Clerk of the Circuit Court for contributing a combination of 300 books for children who participate in Helping People Succeed's programs and services through Healthy Families and Baby Steps programs.

Skin Serenity Spa & Salon staff members, from left, are Brittany Browning, Rey Pfeifer Gordillo, Courtney Bridges, Helping People Succeed's Lynn Austin, Skin Serenity Owner Candace Lopes, Kristine Palma.

Clerk of the Circuit Court Carolyn Timmann is center behind standing books, with her staff. The donations were part of a Dress Down Friday for the Clerk's employees.

Helping People Succeed Board Member Rob Gluckman reads at a Healthy Families Play Group

Helping People Succeed Board Member Rob Gluckman, the Chief Operating Officer for Treasure Coast Urgent and Family Care and Treasure Coast Primary Care and Employee Wellness, reads to a group of 30 moms and children during a Healthy Families Play Group at the non-profit's offices. The book was Guess How Much I Love You by author Sam McBratney and illustrator Anita Jeram. The Play Groups, organized about a year ago, brings together families in Martin, St. Lucie and Okeechobee counties.

J.D. Parker School of Math, Science and Technology Donation

Helping People Succeed Healthy Families Program Manager Carolyn Moses, left, thanks Peaches Schuerman, center, and Theresa Naumann, right, from J.D. Parker School of Math, Science and Technology for donating baby supplies for Helping People Succeed's April Showers Baby Shower. It is part of the 50th Anniversary celebration of the local non-profit organization.

Liberator Medical Donation

In celebration of its 50th Anniversary, Helping People Succeed received a $256 donation from staff members of Liberator Medical, selecting Helping People Succeed as its Charity of the Month for Dress Down Friday. Presenting the check is Jean-Marie Reyls, PHR, Director of Human Resources, center, to Gift Planning Officer Glenna Parris, left, and President/CEO Suzy Hutcheson, both of Helping People Succeed.

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Helping People Succeed provides choices and opportunities that help children, families and adults improve their quality of life through education, training, and employment. Our passion is building successful families and futures–one life at a time!

Helping People Succeed
1601 NE Braille Pl
Jensen Beach, FL 34957

Tel: 772.320.0770
Web: www.hpsfl.org
Email: gparris@hpsfl.org

DIRECTIONS

Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities Children's Services Council of St. Lucie County Southeast Florida Behavioral Health Network Agency for Persons With Disabilities Children's Services Council of Okeechobee Florida Department of Children & Families Children's Services Council of Martin County Healthy Families Florida United Way of Martin County Division of Vocational Rehabilitation *The Florida Department of Children and Families. Partially funded by the Martin County School District.
 

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