The Roundtable of St. Lucie County is pleased to announce that it has received a grant from the Roy A. Hunt Foundation to expand its Kids at Hope initiative, under the Foundation’s Youth Violence Prevention Initiative. Kids at Hope is an initiative of the Roundtable of St. Lucie County and inspires, empowers and transforms communities […]
Weatherbee Elementary students have brought to life the Kids at Hope story – “The Kids at Hope Friends Meet the Dream Stealing Villain” – by Shillana Sanchez, story by Rick Miller. “Join our Kids at Hope Friends, Hillary Hope, Oscar Optimism, and Sammy Success as they meet (and defeat!) Drew, the Dream Stealing Villain.” Thank you […]
Daniel Holbrook, the City of Port St. Lucie Planning Director and new Kids at Hope Treasure Hunter, has a vision. He was planning a trip to Haiti with County Commissioner Tod Mowery (also a Treasure Hunter) to visit several orphanages. After recently becoming a Treasure Hunter, Mr. Holbrook came up with the idea of having […]
The Roundtable of St. Lucie County’s Kids at Hope Initiative was chosen by the United Way of Florida, Whole Child Florida, and the Lawton Chiles Foundation for a 2012 Children’s Week Community Innovation Award. The nomination was submitted by the United Way of St. Lucie County. The Roundtable’s Kids at Hope initiative is a strategic cultural […]
St. Lucie County was chosen to host the 22-member National Kids at Hope Board meeting this year.
The Roundtable of St. Lucie County, Inc. is committed to helping prevent truancy, suspensions, bullying, substance abuse, violence, and gang involvement. This Kids at Hope model is a prevention initiative that targets all of the assets in children and engages all adults to participate in helping each child achieve their goals and dreams for the […]
Rick Miller returns to St. Lucie County, the first location in the State of Florida to implement Kids at Hope, to train 30 adults to be trainers in the Parent Module of Kids at Hope.
Students at eight schools were welcomed back by caring adults and walked through a tunnel of hope before going to class.