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|Champions for Learning
The Education Foundation of Collier County, now called Champions For Learning™, was founded in 1990 by the community and is a 501 (c)(3) organization that brings our community together to invest in innovative practices that enrich the environment for student learning.
|Drug Free Collier
Drug Free Collier's mission is to prevent and reduce juvenile substance abuse in Collier County through increased education, promotion of services and support in our community.
|Calusa Nature Center
A private, not for profit, environmental education organization located in Fort Myers, Florida. Check the web site for a calendar of their regularly scheduled programs and special events.
|Junior Achievement of Southwest Florida is a not for profit partnership between the business community, educators and volunteers - all working together to inspire young people to dream big and reach their potential. Junior Achievement’s hands-on, experiential programs teach the key concepts of work readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy to students in grades K-12 all over the world. Volunteers are provided with comprehensive training and materials, and are asked to commit less than 10 hours of their time per year. To learn more about the programs taught through Junior Achievement or to volunteer at a school in your community, contact Brittany Dixon at firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|K is for Kids Foundation, Inc.
The vision of this not-for-profit 501©(3) organization based in Naples is to make sure every child in Collier County has access to quality books through their main programs Friends of the School Library and Building Book Nooks for Kids. K is for Kids® Foundation increases children’s access to books in libraries, schools, stores, and other nonprofits, and provides children with young mentors to encourage their love of reading.
|Foster Care Council of Southwest Florida, Inc.
The Foster Care Council has developed the Education Train private tutoring program to address the academic needs of foster children. Please visit their web site if you are interested in tutoring or have a foster child that needs a tutor.
|The Children’s Network of Southwest Florida, LLC, was created in April 2003 as the Lead Agency for the Department of Children and Families in District 8. They are committed to working with the community to protect children and preserve families.|