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.
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.
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.
Helping People Succeed is discontinuing its annual Taste of Success International Wine Tasting, presented at Harbour Bay Plaza for 27 years. The annual event had been scheduled for Saturday, April 12, 2014.
As part of its 50th Anniversary celebration, Helping People Succeed is coordinating a month-long “April Showers Baby Shower,” asking Martin, St. Lucie, and Okeechobee communities to assist with baby items that will be distributed to families in need through Helping People Succeed Baby Steps Programs.
Did you ever work for Pioneer Occupational Center, Tri-County Rehabilitation, Tri-County TEC or Helping People Succeed? Did you ever serve on one of its boards or volunteered to help with projects, or maybe even participated in one of its programs?
Enjoy the music of Grammy Award Winner Marc Cohn and celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Helping People Succeed during An Intimate Evening with Marc Cohn at The Lyric Theatre in downtown Stuart.
Thanks to the William and Helen Thomas Charitable Trust, Helping People Succeed has received a $5,000 donation to be used as seed money for the beginning of a new “transition” program for young adults with autism spectrum disorder.
Helping People Succeed and the Richard and Yvonne Ross Charitable Foundation offer thanks to the local community for meeting a $100,000 challenge to help fund programs and direct services at Helping People Succeed.
The campaign kicked off on November 1 with a challenge from Richard and Yvonne Ross to match their $50,000 gift with $50,000 of community support to benefit Helping People Succeed. At the end of 2013, the deadline for the challenge, the campaign had $53,000 contributed by the board of directors and general public which succeeded in the receipt of the $50,000 promised by the Richard and Yvonne Ross Charitable Foundation. In total, over $100,000 was raised.
If you haven’t stopped by the offices of Helping People Succeed to marvel at its two office floors of holiday decorations, the Holiday Happiness tours will be available for one more week - January 6 through 10, 2014.
Please visit any of these convenient locations to purchase your copy of the 2014 Art For Living Calendar:
Helping People Succeed
1100 SE Federal Highway in Stuart
(Just south of the U.S. 1 McDonald’s in Stuart)
Unsigned Calendars $20 / Signed Calendar $40
Helping People Succeed will be opening its doors for three Open House events in December, as well as Holiday Happiness tours for visitors between December 2, 2013 and January 10, 2014, all celebrating the organization’s holiday decorations for the community.
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