ChildNet’s Annual Care for Kids Luncheon will be held on Wednesday, June 12, 2019 at the Signature Grand in Davie. The Luncheon is an opportunity for the Broward County community to rally behind ChildNet, Broward County’s Community-Based Care lead agency that protects abused, abandoned and neglected children in the community, and show support for children in foster care.
The event will be hosted by a local TV personality. During the luncheon, ChildNet will present the Champion for Children Award to Albert Wilson, Wide Receiver of the Miami Dolphins, and former foster child, for his commitment to making the community a better place for our children.
The Care for Kids Luncheon supports developmental activities and items needed to bring hope to thousands of children in Broward County’s foster care system. From swimming lessons, braces and sports uniforms to college tours and one-on-one tutoring, this support goes beyond basic necessities to help foster children not only succeed but thrive from the moment they enter the foster care system to the moment they leave it.
DETAILS: Tickets are $85 each and include the Luncheon, program and a gift bag. Sponsorship opportunities are available. For more information on sponsorships, please contact Andrea Cunningham by phone at 954-414-6000 ext. 8036 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration and additional information available HERE.
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ChildNet was selected by the Florida Department of Children & Families to serve as the Community-Based Care (CBC) lead agency in both Broward and Palm Beach counties. As such, it is the single private nonprofit entity responsible for administration of the local child welfare system in each county. It fulfills this responsibility by managing comprehensive networks of child welfare service providers and, in Broward, by also serving as the single centralized child welfare case management provider. The agency’s mission is to protect abused, abandoned and neglected children in the communities it serves. Fulfillment of this mission requires constant input and support from community stakeholders and service providers. For more information about ChildNet, call 561-352-2500 in Palm Beach County or 954-414-6000 in Broward County, visit www.ChildNet.us. ChildNet is also on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ChildNet, Twitter: @ChildNetFL and Instagram: @ChildNetFL.