Humana communities benefit mentor

Humana Communities Benefit Mentors

Do you have a question that is not included in the list of frequently asked questions? Would it be helpful to speak with a fellow nonprofit leader who has had success with the program? Connect with one of the past grant recipients below. They would be happy to talk with you!

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Starting Right, Now

Expanding its housing accommodations to help more in-need teens and purchasing permanent transportation so students can attend medical appointments and mentorship programs.

Vicki Sokolik, Founder/Executive Director

813-868-1995

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Safe Harbor

Expanded its facilities to provide a larger space for the domestic violence center's programs.

Kim Kirby, Executive Director

985-626-5710

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Keep Tampa Bay Beautiful

Built the Humana Educational Pavilion at the Florida Learning Garden to encourage environmental education.

Debbie Evenson, Executive Director

813-221-8733

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Mainspring Schools

Built a new facility to accommodate two extra classrooms that will educate disadvantaged children in the area.

Rudi Andrus, Executive Director

512-442-2301

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Boys Town LA

Developed the Humana Fitness Trail and Garden and launched a summer health and fitness education program for local kids.

Dennis Dillon, Executive Director

504-949-9248

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Morningside Ministries

Expanding its web-based training program, mmLearn.org, to provide caregivers with an all-encompassing online destination that houses a variety of educational and informational resources.

Beth Keough, Vice President of Development

210-734-1050

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