The Victim Service Center Podcast sits down with professionals that serve survivors and victims of trauma, or those who have experienced violence, to have conversations about social issues. The TableTalk microgrant supported the development and launch of the podcast.
Diversity training for businesses in Downtown DeLand and window stickers to recognize participants.
Built a composting system in partnership with EcoStrategies Group to grown microgreens for cancer patients.
Supplies for the Sidewalk Serenades pop-up concert program.
Connect participants with community resources through the LOVE Our Connections Program.
Host two events in 2021 to support male and LGBTQ+ survivors of domestic violence.
Central Florida Foundation awarded a microgrant to Mesa de Cocina/The Kitchen Table, an online collaborative health and nutrition program between The Bros in Convo Initiative and QLatinx, that teaches the community how to prepare healthy and delicious meals on a budget.
Host Community Talks that will help combat stereotypes, prejudices, and bridge the gap between Americans and Muslims.
For the Puerto Rican Cultural Project to offer traditional and folkloric programs to youth and adults that are tied to Puerto Rican ancestry.
To host a gathering of intersectional women to build mutual respect, understanding, and genuine friendships by sharing stories.
To engage students from Evans High School in a summer theater program that performs social-emotional educational plays to children at nearby childcare centers.
To conduct a community needs-based assessment in Parramore, determine effective social interventions, and host a monthly breakfast to educate on available resources.
To create a phone booth-like space with audio or video recording for the community to share their thoughts, opinions, ideas, to be collectively shared with the community.
To pay for social media ads prior to the start of the 2020-2021 school year to promote human trafficking awareness, resources etc. to a targeted high-risk area.
For the Radiance Roundtable, a conference for Black women to discover and discuss diversities amongst each other, with a goal of creating innovative ways to improve health status and outcomes.
To host three-part employment and empowerment series with a dedicated goal of getting trans/GNC/nonbinary people sustainable, livable wages.
To conduct a multigenerational storytelling project in and around Sanford by pairing youth and elders to conduct interviews, exchange stories, and create a photo for a pop-up exhibit.
To hold four panels aimed at de-stigmatizing mental health in Black communities
To hold quarterly Table Talk events for the College Park Community.