2301 Southeast 17th Street
HANDY (Helping Abused Neglected Disadvantaged Youth), an award- winning non-profit that provides life skills, education and a supportive community for Broward County children in foster and relative/nonrelative care, announced its 14th Annual Scholars Breakfast will take place at 7:30 a.m. on Friday, May 31, in the Crystal Ballroom at Pier Sixty-Six Hotel & Marina. This year’s ‘Believe in the Dream’ breakfast, presented by Breakthru Beverage and Pier Sixty-Six Hotel & Marina, will recognize HANDY’s 2019 Graduating Scholars, Champions of Children and Legacy Award winners.
Event Speaker and Alumni Award Winner
Dr. Charmaine Borda
2019 Graduating Scholars
Ashley Abraham – Florida International University
Deja Cross – Broward College
Lexi Cunningham – Florida International University
Ryan Dominque – University of North Florida
Renato Lherisson – Florida International University
Amber Manning – Florida International University
Madeline Miller – Broward College
Ravyn Reese – Cosmetology School
Champions of Children Awards Winners
Kathleen Thomsen –Kathleen Thomsen Consulting, Inc.
Gregory Haile – President, Broward College
Michael Perlman – BrandsMart USA
Mark Rosenberg – President, Florida International University
Legacy Graduates Award
Cindy Arenberg-Seltzer – President/CEO of the Children’s Services
of Broward County
Gale Butler – Executive Director at Friends of Birch State
Betsy Crudele – Philanthropist
Carol Yolles – President of Yolles Charitable Foundation, Inc.
Additional details, sponsorship information and tickets to the event are available online at https://scholarsbreakfast2019.eventbrite.com, or by contacting Allie DeSeno ([email protected]; 954-540-5141) or Jennifer Buchanan ([email protected]; 954-540-5626).
HANDY, which stands for Helping Abused Neglected Disadvantaged Youth, is an award-winning 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization. Founded in 1985, HANDY has met the needs of more than 45,000 Broward County children in foster and relative/nonrelative care associated with the child dependency system. HANDY’s mission is to achieve positive, lasting change for youth by providing life skills, education and a supportive community. HANDY strives to provide customized programs that meet the individual needs of a child that take them from early childhood to adulthood. For more information visit https://handyinc.org.