Job Open House Foot Care

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Human Services Information Network

A partnership between Lee County Human Services, United Way 211, the Southwest Florida Community Foundation, and the Cape Coral Community Foundation
….to provide a forum for information exchange and coordination among providers and the community to enhance the availability and delivery of human services….

"The Lee County Department of Human Services, United Way 211, the SWFL Community Foundation, and the Cape Coral Community Foundation do not assume any legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy, completeness, or usefulness of any information, events, activities, product, or process disclosed in this email. The views, findings, conclusions, recommendations, or opinions of the originators expressed do not necessarily reflect those of the above entities"

Americorps Employment.pdf

Lighthouse November Open House.pdf

December 2014 free event.pdf

Events and Classes

This information provided by The Lee County Human Services Information Network, A partnership between Lee County Human Services, United Way 211, the Southwest Florida Community Foundation, and the Cape Coral Community Foundation to provide a forum for information exchange and coordination among providers and the community to enhance the availability and delivery of human services.

HumanTraffickingEvent.pdf

WellCare GrandOpening Event.pdf

Parenting Baby Basics Classes.pdf

Military Support Program – November 2014

Please route on to others who may be able to also sent a note of cheer to our deployed local troops. Thank you so much! Kim

Kim Gaide, BSM, Practice Manager, LPG Medical Records
Military Support Coordinator of Lee Memorial Health System
Proud Mother of a Florida National Guardsman!
kim.gaide
239-343-2045
- Support Our Military Troops-

2014 Holiday Cards to our Local Troops1.pdf

10th Annual Dinner and Silent Auction

Please join us for our 10th Annual Dinner and Silent Auction. Our Master of Ceremony is David Plazas, News-Press Digital Engagement Editor. This year’s theme is a Masquerade Party. Our Guest Speaker is Commissioner Brian Hamman. Music will be performed by Motown Magic. Information is attached. In addition to purchasing tickets, we are asking for donations for the silent auction. Any contribution you can make would be greatly appreciated.

donation letter.pdf
Dinner Invite2.pdf
BASKET DONATION FORM.doc
2014 ORDER FORM – MASKS.pdf

Homeless Awareness Initiative

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

CONTACT: Janet Bartos

(239) 322-6600

Lee County Homeless Coalition launches awareness initiative

in conjunction with World Homeless Day and in advance of

National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week

FORT MYERS, Fla. (Oct. 7, 2014) – On the threshold of World Homeless Day on October 10, the Lee County Homeless Coalition (LCHC) has launched its “Home Plate” general awareness initiative in Southwest Florida to expose the plight of people who are homeless in general and Lee County in particular, announced Janet Bartos, executive director for the Coalition.

The public is invited to participate by picking up a complimentary Home Plate Kit to host a meal as a catalyst for an awareness and discussion event in their homes with a handful of invited guests. The kit is an LCHC-branded tote bag containing 10 branded meal plates and an activity sheet to help get the discussion going. Additionally, participants are encouraged to view a brief and locally produced video posted on the nonprofit’s website that brings to light poignant information and little known facts concerning homelessness.

On any given night in Lee County, there are approximately 3,000 men, women and children without a place to call a home, Bartos said.

“The purpose of hosting an event is simply to raise awareness among concerned citizens and their friends and neighbors — this is not a fundraising drive,” Bartos explained. “More people need to have an appreciation for the depth of the issue before they can decide how they might be able to help our cause.”

This initiative also leads up to LCHC’s 10th annual dinner auction Nov. 1 and to National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week, Nov. 15 through 23.

To learn more or to request a Home Plate Kit, please call the Lee County Homeless Coalition at (239) 322-6600. LCHC is online www.leehomeless.org.

Lee County Homeless Coalition is a nonprofit organization comprising community and faith-based service providers, local businesses, people who are currently experiencing or who have experienced homelessness, and other advocates committed to ending homelessness. The Coalition’s mission is to advocate, educate and promote awareness of issues and obstacles facing homeless individuals in Lee County through community collaboration, planning, and implementing solutions.

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Home Plate Awareness News Release.pdf