Lifeline Family Center Is Awarded $5,096 From Claiborne and Ned Foulds Foundation
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
- January 21, 2013 -
January 21, 2013
Kathy Miller, President & Executive Director, LFC
LFC IS AWARDED $5,096
FROM FOULDS FOUNDATION
Cape Coral, FLA., January 21, 2013 – The Claiborne and Ned Foulds Foundation has awarded a $5,096 grant to Lifeline Family Center (LFC) to purchase a new commercial refrigerator/freezer that will enable LFC to store food donations as well as food that is purchased from the Harry Chapin Food Bank.
The grant will be used to purchase a True commercial refrigerator/freezer, a new appliance that replaces the organization’s inadequate older version. By installing the commercial refrigerator/freezer at the Cape Coral location, food can be adequately stored at our residential and educational center for at-risk young women in crisis pregnancies.
“We are very grateful to the Advisory Board of the Claiborne and Ned Foulds Foundation for recognizing the importance of providing resources to support women and babies that are affected by unplanned pregnancies.
The Claiborne and Ned Foulds Foundation was established in 1981 by the late Ned and Claiborne Foster Foulds, who moved to Fort Myers in 1958. Ned Foulds was a graduate of Harvard University and retired as a Junior Executive of the Airtemp Division of the Chrysler Corporation. Mrs. Foulds was a Broadway star during the 1930s known under her maiden name of Claiborne Foster and starred in more than 20 plays.
In recognition of their achievements, Mr. and Mrs. Foulds left their estate in trust to be administered by U.S. Trust, as a 50l(c)(3) Foundation in perpetuity to benefit charitable causes.
LFC is a United Way partner agency.
For more information, call (239) 242-7238 or visit www.lifelinefamilycenter.org.
Subject: Lifeline Family Center Resident, Katherina Gonzalez was awarded “Student of the Year” for Lee County High Tech Center North in Cape Coral, FL
Date for Release: IMMEDIATERELEASE
CONTACT: KATHY MILLER
PRESIDENT & EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, LFC
Lee County High Tech Center North in Cape Coral, FLawarded their “Student of the Year” award toLifelineFamilyCenter resident
Cape Coral, FLA., May, 2012 – TheLeeCountyHighTechNorthCenter
and Director Michael A. Schiffer have awarded “Student of the Year”
toLifeline Family Center(LFC) resident Katherina Gonzalez,
for her outstanding qualities as a student during the 2011-2012 school year.
Katherina Gonzalez just graduated from Lee County High Tech North Center on Wednesday, May 23, 2012. Katherina received her Accounting Certification and is currently employed in her field of study at Habitat for Humanity. Katherina is a single mom and lives with her daughter Mila atLifelineFamilyCenter, a two year residential and learning program for at-risk young women in crisis pregnancy situations.
LifelineFamilyCenteris a home and learning center for teenagers in unplanned pregnancy situations.
LifelineFamilyCenteris a home dedicated to saving the unborn, and providing young women in unplanned pregnancies with a comprehensive educational program in a safe secure Christian home. Our goal is to enable them to redirect their lives and become self-supporting within two years after the birth of their child. We are unique in that we are not only concerned with saving a baby from abortion, but also with saving the child from a life of poverty and neglect. We care as much about the mother as we do the child, and our program addresses the needs of both. A young woman coming toLifelineFamilyCenteris given the gift of hope by our providing her a home, scholarship opportunities and care for her child while she pursues an education for a career. This allows her to become self-supporting.LifelineFamilyCenterprovides services without the assistance of governmental agencies. We strive to operate according to biblical principles in providing the highest standards of life and education for our residents. We have a parenting educational curriculum to provide assistance to teenage parents and their families.