Give4Marion in LESS THAN 24hrs!

#Give4Marion is almost here! In less than 24 hours, you’ll have the incredible opportunity to be a driving force for positive change in the lives of our valued consumers. Get ready for a remarkable 33-hour giving marathon that kicks off TOMORROW September 19th at 10:00 AM and continues until 7:00 PM on September 20th.

Our FAAST Program and the events it facilitates throughout our catchment area, as seen in the photos from our August highlights, is one of many that benefit greatly from your generous donations.

Every single contribution made during #Give4Marion will go directly towards providing vital support to our consumers engaged in our Five-Core Services, Employment Program, High School High Tech, Emergency Preparedness Program, and numerous other initiatives.

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Special shout outs to our amazing staff, Claudia Avendano, Assistive Technologies Specialist, Kevin Towles, Consumer Specialist, and Brandon Palermo, Consumer Specialist, who worked after-hours and on the weekend to attend these events! You all rock!

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Graphic #1 has a red background, sharing all the event details provided above, written in white. “Less Than 24hrs” is written in large text with the Give4Marion logo is displayed to the right center of the graphic.

Graphic #2 has a blue background with two photos of Andrea from the CIL Ocala office along with students from Project Looking Ahead at Hernando High School. “Our Why” is written on the left with the CILNCF logo displayed on the bottom left.

Graphic #3 has a purple background with the CILNCF logo on the bottom center, and a collage of 6 photos from the FAAST events held in August:

1) Branford Elementary School, Branford, FL in Suwannee County – Showcase for families and students with disabilities.

2) Springcrest Elementary School, Live Oak, Suwannee County – Showcase for families and students with disabilities.

3) Care for the Caregiver Event (flyer attached for your info and event pics attached) at WalMart in Gainesville.