Charities

2019 Family Fall Festival
Saturday October 26, 2019
Summer Crush Winery, Ft. Pierce

Indian River Community Services Alliance will provide charitable gift giving from the proceeds of the Family Fall Festival to two local non- profit organizations. Treasure Coast Community Health Pediatric Dental Program and Little Birthday Angels were chosen as the events fundraising benefactors.

Little Birthday Angels
Birthday Duffle Bags Program

Little Birthday Angels provides birthday gifts and parties to homeless children living in St. Lucie and Indian River counties. They currently serve 253 homeless children. They have monthly birthday parties at the Hope for Families Center, the Samaritan Center and the Hibiscus Children's Center. Each month is a different themed birthday party with games, cupcakes, good bags for all resident children and birthday gifts for the children celebrating their birthday that month. They also have a program where they deliver birthday gifts to children that are registered as homeless in the St. Lucie and Indian River county school systems. These gifts are currently being delivered to 3 St. Lucie county schools and 8 Indian River county schools. These children are given a large duffle bag filled with: a lap desk, a book light, books, a Bible, school supplies, earbuds, toiletries, snacks, a reusable water bottle, shoes, 3 pairs of socks, an outfit, a blanket and a couple things from their personal wish list.

Treasure Coast Community Health
Pediatric Dental Program

TCCH is a nationally accredited 501 c3 non-profit, Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) providing medical, dental and behavioral health services to over 22,500 individuals a year at seven centers in Indian River County.
TCCH is accredited as a Patient Centered Medical and Dental Home facility and provides services in a patient centered outpatient environment.
Oral health is essential to overall health; it improves a person's ability to speak and smile as well as their physical health. The focus of this application is to provide oral health and dental care to children in a school-based dental sealant program. TCCH provide coordinated community and school based prevention programs geared to improving oral health and control of early tooth decay. We support the IRC Oral Health Collaborative.

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