The McCune Family Foundation awarded Harvest House a $50,000 grant to support Harvest House’s many services for youth. The Sarasota-Manatee local nonprofit is one of the largest human services providers in the region serving 1000 clients annually through supportive housing, affordable housing, and addiction recovery services.
The local human services provider just finished a complete overhaul of their website – harvesthousecenters.org. Thanks to funding provided by the Edward K. Roberts Emerging Needs Fund at the Community Foundation of Sarasota County, Harvest House partnered with Keith Marcel Consulting to redesign the high-traffic site that was experiencing low-functionality.
238 generous supporters helped raise a grand total of $52,032 in just 24 hours! This includes a $17,366 match from The Patterson Foundation and a $2,000 prize donation for being selected as having one of the Best Online Events.
Even in the best of times, Harvest House’s service-enriched housing model for those who find themselves without a roof over their head has a waiting list.
Every Monday night, Home Again residents meet (lately, via Zoom) for Life-Enrichment Class led by Director of Family & Youth Services, Cheryl Clunk…
Cheryl Clunk, Director of Family & Youth Services, attended a National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) training, Supporting the Emotional Needs of Children and Youth during COVID-19 Pandemic, with Dr. Meghan Walls.