The Jim Moran Foundation 2008 Grants

NONPROFIT

GRANT

PROGRAM

Nonprofit:

Abuse Counseling and Treatment Center, Inc.

www.actabuse.com

Grant:

$22,850

Program:

Residential program provides shelter, counseling, education, and case management to abuse victims and their children in Lee, Glades, and Hendry counties.

Nonprofit:

Achievement Centers for Children & Families

Grant:

$67,000

Program:

Toddler and preschool programs provide nurturing care and school readiness for children of low-income parents in Delray Beach.

Nonprofit:

After School Programs Inc.

www.aspkids.com

Grant:

$163,000

Program:

A.C.C.E.S.S. (All Children Can Excel, Shine and Succeed) provides safe, quality after-school programs at West Hollywood Elementary and Miramar Elementary Schools.

Nonprofit:

Alzheimer's Community Care, Inc.

www.alzcare.org

Grant:

$31,200

Program:

Specialized Adult Day Care Financial Assistance Program to provide funding for Alzheimer patients.

Nonprofit:

Angels Helping Hands Foundation

(407) 862-3434

Grant:

$60,000

Program:

Tech Angels program provides in-home technology for Miami-Dade 5000 Role Models of Excellence charter school students and students attending Title I schools in St. Lucie County.

Nonprofit:

Anne & Sam Klein Jewish Coalition for Literacy

www.jewishpalmbeach.org

Grant:

$25,050

Program:

Literacy program for elementary students working one-on-one with volunteer reading partners and mentors.

Nonprofit:

Areawide Council on Aging of Broward County, Inc.

www.adrcbroward.org

Grant:

$81,936

Program:

Senior Intervention and Education Program provides critical support and resources for seniors and caregivers in Broward County.

Nonprofit:

Ashanti Cultural Arts & Enrichment, Inc.

www.ashanticulturalarts.com

Grant:

$25,190

Program:

Peer Power After School Cultural Arts and Literacy Program at the Jan Moran Collier City Learning Library.

Nonprofit:

ASPIRA of Florida, Inc.

fl.aspira.org

Grant:

$75,775

Program:

Youth Leadership Development Program provides after-school support to promote educational development, academic discipline and increase access to post-secondary education to middle schools and high schools in Broward County.

Nonprofit:

Associated Marine Institute Inc.

www.amikids.org

Grant:

$20,300

Program:

WINGS (Women in Need of Greater Strength) Parenting Resource Program provides education and rehabilitative services to at-risk young mothers and mothers to be in Florida.

Nonprofit:

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Broward Inc.

www.bbbsbroward.org

Grant:

$85,000

Program:

Inspire Within provides mentoring for youth transitioning out of foster care in Broward County.

Nonprofit:

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Palm Beach County, Inc.

Grant:

$50,000

Program:

Linking Lifetimes mentoring program matches seniors with at-risk youth in Palm Beach County.

Nonprofit:

The Boselli Foundation

www.bosellifoundation.com

Grant:

$57,221

Program:

The Tony Boselli Youth Life Learning Center educational and enrichment after-school program at the Russell Bill Cook site in Jacksonville.

Nonprofit:

Boynton Beach Faith Based Community Development Corp.

Grant:

$28,420

Program:

Peacemakers summer program provides educational and recreational activities for at-risk youth in Boynton Beach.

Nonprofit:

Boys Town Central Florida

www.boystowncentralflorida.org

Grant:

$50,000

Program:

CINS/FINS (Children In Need of Services/Families In Need of Services) provides intervention and family preservation services to at-risk youth and families in Seminole County.

Nonprofit:

The Bridge of Northeast Florida, Inc.

bridgejax.com

Grant:

$61,329

Program:

BridgeWorks provides academic assistance, mentors, case management, college preparation and job readiness for youth ages 14-19 in Jacksonville.

Nonprofit:

Brotherly Love Social Services

Grant:

$50,000

Program:

Helping Families Succeed #2 offering mentoring and tutoring to at-risk children attending Park Ridge Elementary in Deerfield Beach.

Nonprofit:

Broward Community College Foundation, Inc.

www.broward.edu/foundation

Grant:

$69,780

Program:

Transitional Independent Living College Boost provides youth transitioning from the Broward County child welfare system with continued support in achieving their GED or High School diploma and ultimately a post-secondary education.

Nonprofit:

Broward Homebound Program Inc.

Grant:

$60,000

Program:

Caregiver Assistance Program provides home care and respite services to the elderly in Broward County.

Nonprofit:

Center for Urban Leadership & Development

Grant:

$10,000

Program:

Vision Purpose Destiny Leadership Institute providing academic and social skills curriculum for youth in Central Florida.

Nonprofit:

Children In Crisis, Inc.

www.childrenincrisisfl.org

Grant:

$52,000

Program:

Educational support and intervention for children in shelter in North Florida.

Nonprofit:

Children's Advocacy Center of Brevard

Grant:

$15,998

Program:

Clinical intervention program provides comprehensive on-site counseling and services to abused children and their families.

Nonprofit:

Children's Services Council of Broward County

www.cscbroward.org

Grant:

$340,000

Program:

Collaborative funding with Children's Services Council of Broward County to support a holistic system of services and resources for transitioning young adults.

Nonprofit:

Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida

www.centralfloridahomeless.org

Grant:

$35,520

Program:

Child Development Program providing mental health services to homeless children and their parents.

Nonprofit:

Community Caring Center of Boynton Beach, Inc.

Grant:

$35,000

Program:

Faith In Action program provides caregiving services to the frail and elderly in Boynton Beach.

Nonprofit:

Cool Kids Learn, Inc.

Grant:

$79,618

Program:

Provides quality after-school and educational programming for elementary and middle school youth in Fort Lauderdale.

Nonprofit:

Count & Countess de Hoernle Alzheimer's Pavilion

Grant:

$31,278

Program:

Connections Program provides support services for individuals with early stage dementia in Broward County.

Nonprofit:

Dade Marine Institute North

www.amikids.org

Grant:

$45,000

Program:

Experiential program provides educational and rehabilitative services for juvenile offenders in Miami-Dade County.

Nonprofit:

Daily Bread Food Bank

Grant:

$75,000

Program:

Broward Purchase Food Program provides supplemental protein and nutritional food products to over 100 agencies in Broward County.

Nonprofit:

Daniel

www.danielkids.org

Grant:

$40,000

Program:

Continuity of mental health care for at-risk foster-care youth in Jacksonville.

Nonprofit:

Episcopal Children's Services Inc.

www.ecs4kids.org

Grant:

$8,720

Program:

Men Matter Male Involvement Initiative encourages the role of fathers in the healthy development of their children.

Nonprofit:

Family Central, Inc.

www.familycentral.org

Grant:

$229,823

Program:

C-QuELL (Community for Quality Early Learning and Literacy) holistically supports children's early learning by engaging the family, child care centers, elementary schools, and communities in Broward County.

Nonprofit:

Family of Humanity

Grant:

$12,500

Program:

Human Understanding and Growth (H.U.G.) interactive after-school program in Hollywood.

Nonprofit:

Fantasy Theatre Factory

www.ftfshows.com

Grant:

$15,000

Program:

South Florida Youth Enhancement Program offering literacy and cultural arts enrichment through live theatre in Title I elementary schools.

Nonprofit:

Fantasy Theatre Factory

www.ftfshows.com

Grant:

$40,000

Program:

Distribution of 12,000 books to underserved elementary schools in Broward County.

Nonprofit:

The Farmworkers' Children's Council, Inc.

(561) 732-9779

Grant:

$36,000

Program:

Campo Alegre summer camp and Help with Homework programs provide quality out of school time for the children of migrant workers in Palm Beach County.

Nonprofit:

Florida Resource Center for Women & Children, Inc.

Grant:

$30,000

Program:

Family Self-Sufficiency program in Riviera Beach to prevent or intervene in domestic violence.

Nonprofit:

Florida Resource Center for Women & Children, Inc.

Grant:

$25,000

Program:

Unrestricted grant designated by Shandra Dawkins as The Jim Moran Foundation Award honoree for 2008.

Nonprofit:

The Florida State University Foundation, Inc.

www.cob.fsu.edu/jmi

Grant:

$150,000

Program:

Expand outreach of The Jim Moran Institute for Global Entrepreneurship into South Florida.

Nonprofit:

FuturePoint Inc.

www.futurepoint.org

Grant:

$40,000

Program:

"I Am Connecting" program offering 11th grade students real-life teaching experiences in Broward County.

Nonprofit:

GALATA, Inc.

Grant:

$50,000

Program:

Project LEAP provides after-school tutoring, social and life skills training, educational and recreational field trips to under-served youth in Florida City and Homestead.

Nonprofit:

Girl Scouts of Southeast Florida

Grant:

$25,084

Program:

Anti-Bullying Program presented to Palm Beach County nonprofit agencies.

Nonprofit:

HANDY, Inc.

www.handyinc.org

Grant:

$55,000

Program:

LIFE skills program for youth in relative care or the Broward County Child Welfare system.

Nonprofit:

HANDY, Inc.

www.handyinc.org

Grant:

$125,000

Program:

LIFE Transitional Independent Living program for youth exiting relative care or the Broward County Child Welfare system.

Nonprofit:

Hispanic Unity of Florida

www.hispanicunity.org

Grant:

$45,727

Program:

Renacer program provides senior services to active, low-income elders in Broward County.

Nonprofit:

Hispanic Unity of Florida

www.hispanicunity.org

Grant:

$45,804

Program:

Family Literacy program in Broward County.

Nonprofit:

The Howard Phillips Center for Children & Families

Grant:

$50,000

Program:

Healthy Families Orange program provides intensive home visits to prevent child maltreatment and build healthy, positive parenting behaviors for new, at-risk parents in Central Florida.

Nonprofit:

Irma Hunter Wesley Fort Lauderdale Child Development Center, Inc.

(954) 522-6553

Grant:

$3,500

Program:

Teacher support for child care and after care programming.

Nonprofit:

Jacksonville Symphony Association for the Jacksonville Symphony Youth Orchestra

www.jaxsymphony.org

Grant:

$27,200

Program:

Jump Start Strings Initiative provides music instruction to enhance the after-school program in three elementary schools in collaboration with Communities In Schools.

Nonprofit:

Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens

www.jacksonvillezoo.org

Grant:

$12,805

Program:

ZooBRIDGE after-school environmental education program for 6th graders from The Bridge in Jacksonville.

Nonprofit:

Junior Achievement of Florida's First Coast, Inc.

www.jajax.com

Grant:

$40,000

Program:

JAGirl$ entrepreneurship program teaches girls ages 8 to 19 financial management, work skills and entrepreneurship in Jacksonville.

Nonprofit:

Kids In Distress, Inc.

www.kidsindistress.org

Grant:

$100,000

Program:

Kids In Distress Infant & Toddler Emergency Center (KITES) in Broward County.

Nonprofit:

Lake Worth West Resident Planning Group Inc.

(561) 649-9600

Grant:

$15,000

Program:

After-School Homework Assistance Program providing reading, math and FCAT readiness to youth in Lake Worth West.

Nonprofit:

Metro Kids Konnection, Inc.

Grant:

$39,185

Program:

After-school program for children living in the Cleveland Arms Apartment Community in Jacksonville.

Nonprofit:

Milagro Foundation Inc.

www.milagrocenter.org

Grant:

$50,413

Program:

STARS program to improve the educational performance and cultural experiences of at-risk children in Delray Beach.

Nonprofit:

National Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE)

www.nfte.com

Grant:

$51,170

Program:

Building the Entrepreneurial Community in Our Schools program provides entrepreneurship education for Title I middle and high school students.

Nonprofit:

Norton Museum of Art

www.norton.org

Grant:

$20,000

Program:

Progressive Art Community Education (PACE) program providing after-school arts enhanced experience to under-served children in Palm Beach County.

Nonprofit:

Orchard View Elementary School

Grant:

$33,000

Program:

Breaking The Cycle of Poverty Through Literacy provides books and computers to its Delray Beach students.

Nonprofit:

Oscar Thomas Foundation

www.oscarthomas.org

Grant:

$47,770

Program:

Empowerment Through Literacy Summer Camp Program providing educational instruction for students K-5th grade in Lauderhill to prepare them for the next academic year.

Nonprofit:

PACE Center for Girls

Grant:

$50,000

Program:

PACEWorks! provides young women with education, vocational and career exploration in Jacksonville.

Nonprofit:

SPCA Wildlife Care Center

www.wildlifecarecenter.org

Grant:

$25,000

Program:

Be A Wildlife Hero Program providing in-school science education to elementary students in Broward County.

Nonprofit:

St. Francis Foundation, Inc.

Grant:

$25,000

Program:

Education Specialist provides homework assistance and tutoring to children in the residential care program who have been removed from their home because of abuse or neglect.

Nonprofit:

St. Vincent's Foundation, Inc.

www.jaxhealth.com

Grant:

$40,000

Program:

Early Childhood Literacy Intervention Program (ECCLIP) for low-income and disadvantaged children in Jacksonville by delivering the Reach Out and Read best practice model.

Nonprofit:

The Student Conservation Association

www.thesca.org

Grant:

$25,000

Program:

Summer 2008 Jacksonville High School Conservation Crew will provide work experience and educational enrichment for 20 high school students.

Nonprofit:

Susan B. Anthony Recovery Center

www.susanbanthonycenter.org

Grant:

$100,000

Program:

STOP THE CYCLE program in Broward County for children with mothers recovering from substance abuse and working towards independent living.

Nonprofit:

TROY Foundation Inc.

Grant:

$15,000

Program:

Education and experiential learning opportunities for students assigned by the Juvenile Justice System.

Nonprofit:

United Methodist Cooperative Ministries

(727) 442-6881

Grant:

$10,000

Program:

PASS (Producing Academically Successful Students) provides after-school programming to help bilingual children ages 6-12 learn English and achieve academic success.

Nonprofit:

The University of Florida Lastinger Center for Learning

www.lastingercenter.com

Grant:

$250,000

Program:

Improving the educational achievement of Jacksonville's children in high poverty schools through principal and teacher engagement and support.

Nonprofit:

Volunteers for the Homebound and Family Caregivers, Inc.

www.boca-respite.org

Grant:

$50,000

Program:

Caregiving Youth Pilot Project for middle school students who are caregivers in Palm Beach.

Nonprofit:

Youth and Family Alternatives, Inc.

www.yfainc.org

Grant:

$43,500

Program:

Family Intervention Team Program in Pasco County provides in-home counseling and parent aide services to families of children who are at-risk of abuse and neglect.

Total 2008 Grants

$3,900,666