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Research Study Shows Homeless Youth in Fort Lauderdale are Victims of Human Trafficking

By: Covenant House International
Source: Covenant House International
Date: April 17, 2017
Largest-Ever Research Studies Finds Almost One-Fifth of Surveyed Homeless Youth in Ft. Lauderdale Are Victims of Human Trafficking
Categories: In The News

Jim Gress Awarded Lifetime Achievement Award

By: Jill Sharpe
Source: Plantation Town Times
Date: October 31, 2016
Leadership Broward Foundation presents a Lifetime Achievement Award to Executive Director Jim Gress.
Categories: In The News

Executive Sleep Out raises $257,000 for homeless youth

By: Cindy Schutt
Date: February 25, 2016
Covenant House Florida’s annual Sleep Out for Homeless Youth raised $257,000 – $184,000 in Fort Lauderdale and $73,000 in Orlando – in support of the nonprofit’s mission of providing shelter and services to homeless youth and young adults.
Categories: In The News

2016 Night of Broadway Stars

By: Cindy Schutt
Date: February 25, 2016
Covenant House Florida's special Valentine's Day edition of Night of Broadway Stars
Categories: In The News

Covenant House Florida Sees Different Kids with the Same Basic Needs

Source: Sun Sentinel
Date: November 24, 2015
Covenant House Florida sees different kids with the same basic needs. Over the last 30 years, we’ve served more than 35,000 young people.
Categories: In The News

Health Foundation of South Florida Provides $100,000 Grant

Source: Sun Sentinel
Date: August 21, 2015
Health Foundation of South Florida recently granted $100,000 to Covenant House Florida to launch Seeking Safety, a Trauma Informed Care Initiative.
Categories: In The News

The Jim Moran Foundation recently awarded $220,000 to Covenant House Florida to launch a new General Education Degree/Adult Basic Education (GED/ABE) program
Categories: In The News

Why Are There Homeless Young People?

Source: Broward Sun Sentinel
Date: November 12, 2014
Young people are homeless because families experience challenges and problems.
Categories: In The News

Florida Community Bank generously donated $5,000 in support of the programs at Covenant House Florida, a nonprofit organization offering shelter and services to homeless teenagers and young adults, including young mothers and their babies.
Categories: Press Release

Covenant House Florida recently received $25,000 from Walt Disney World Resort as part of the company’s 2014 Disney Grants program. The organization will use the funding to continue offering a creative life skills curriculum for homeless children in the Central Florida community.
Categories: Press Release

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