On January 15, 2013, we moved the office to the new building. Next step: Gracie’s Closet!
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Recently retired Board member Andy Carden received an award for his distinguished service on the Board of Directors for the past nine years. Andy, who served as Treasurer for most of those years, received a framed American flag which was flown over the US capital in his honor.
Kalies Madison, a 3rd grader from N. Fayette Elementary raised $2,390.00 in this year’s Power Parade and won the Grand Prize, a trip for 4 to Disney World. State Representatives Virgil Fludd and Ronnie Mabra attended Kalies’ award ceremony.
A big shout-out to Garland Davenport for the enormous amount of clothes she has collected and donated to Gracie’s Closet through her “Project One Cute Outfit!” Garland, you rock! Thanks for your hard work and for caring about the children at Fayette Youth Protection Homes!
(L-R) Garland Davenport & Lauren Powers, Manager, Gracie’s Closet
The Board of Directors of SMC3 have purchased an 8,000 square foot building on Marquis Drive and will lease it out to Fayette Youth Protection Homes who will use it for the expansion of their executive offices and their clothing resource center, Gracie’s Closet. The move is scheduled to take place in January, 2013. SMC3 is a technology and service provider that supports U.S. shippers and carriers, and their corporate headquarters is located in Peachtree City. The FYPH Board of Directors recently toured the new building and thanked the SMC3 Board of Directors for their generosity.
With the 2012 Fayette Youth Power Parade just around the corner, student ambassadors from Fayette County elementary schools recently gathered at a Power Parade summit to brainstorm ideas to publicize this year’s Power Parade in their respective schools. Ambassadors were handpicked by their principals to represent their schools in this event which takes place the week of November 5-9th.
“Each student ambassador has the opportunity to demonstrate leadership skills by galvanizing support for the event in his or school,” says Pam Reid, who serves as Secretary for the Board of Directors of Fayette Youth Protection Homes and also as the Chairperson of the 2012 Power Parade.
The Power Parade has been a fixture in Fayette County elementary schools for the past 23 years. Students participate in a walk-a-thon held during PE classes and solicit pledges from family, friends and neighbors. Proceeds from the event benefit Fayette Youth Protection Homes, a local, non-profit organization which provides shelter and support for children who have been the victims of abuse, neglect, or other tragic circumstances.
Thank you Gamma Nu chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Society International for your generous monetary donation to Gracie’s Closet! Pictured (L-R) Sue Paggen, Gamma Nu Chapter President; Becky Davenport, FYPH Executive Director; Tracy Wendt, Gamma Nu Treasurer.
Everyone had a great time last night at the 2012 Wine School fundraising event at Whitewater Creek. Thank you to Mike Echevarria of Trinchero Family Estates Winery, Chef Pauline Reep, Leslie Wade, and Susan Stitt for organizing this event to benefit Fayette Youth Protection Homes. A perfect evening for a great cause!
In recognition of his unwavering support to children who have been the victims of abuse or neglect, Jack Middleton was awarded the “Angels Among Us” award at the 2012 “Angels Among Us Dinner-Dance.” Congratulations Jack and thanks for all your support!
Fayette Youth Protection Homes recently received a $5,000 grant award from The Clothes Less Traveled Thrift Shop as well as a bonus check of $3,000 in honor of Heather Dognazzi and Chuck Powers. Heather is a dedicated member of the Clothes Less Traveled Board of Directors, and Chuck is a volunteer recently recognized for his “Above and Beyond” service to the Clothes Less Traveled. Both Heather and Chuck selected Fayette Youth Protection Homes as their preferred charity for 2011.
Fayette Youth Protection Homes will use the grant award to cover general operating expenses.
Established in 1997, the Clothes Less Traveled Thrift Shop is a non-profit organization located in Peachtree City that resells gently used clothing and household items and then disburses the profits, after expenses, to needy organizations in the community.