Category: News

Comfort Cases from Lynn University

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  • On 01/11/2019
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We are so grateful to Lynn University and Rob Scheer from Comfort Cases for choosing to donate Comfort Cases to all of our students. Rob believes children in foster care should never have to carry their belongings in a garbage bag, and that certain items can help them feel valued, and so, each duffel bag

Francis Graduates!

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  • On 12/14/2018
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Amazing! One of our first students, Francis, graduated from Florida Atlantic University with a Bachelor of Arts degree. Francis has been in our program since he was in high school, living at the Haven. He has seen BFF grow into an organization that now helps 200 students each year, and we have watched him grow into

Woman Volunteer of the Year Nominee 2018

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  • On 11/16/2018
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The number of children in foster care is staggering and their outcomes are dismal. Fortunately, there is one person who has truly made a difference in helping us change these outcomes. Margi Cross has been intimately involved with Best Foot Forward since it was formed in 2010. As a member of the Junior League, she reached out to discuss the different ways that the Junior League

Great Nonprofit 2018

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  • On 11/13/2018
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We are thrilled to be named a 2018 Top-Rated nonprofit by Great Nonprofits.

Volunteer Award

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  • On 10/18/2018
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CONGRATULATIONS to Laura Messler, the 2018 Soroptomist Professional Leader of the Year!👏 We were so proud to nominate Laura for this wonderful Women of Distinction award. Through her work at Bank of America, she creates opportunities to partner with BFF. She is a long time supporter, volunteering her time and talent and always being there to

AT&T Grant

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  • On 10/12/2018
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AT&T has selected 10 programs throughout the country that they have deemed worthy of funding, and Best Foot Forward’s Grounded for Life’s program was one of them. Through a collaborative grant of $850,000 with ChildNet, the County Lead Agency for foster children, we will serve more children in the next two years than ever before.