The Children’s Trust funds the All Children Together (ACT) Resource Network, Families CAN!, and Parents CAN! The ACT Project’s purpose is to increase the capacity of service providers funded by The Children’s Trust to include children with disabilities.
The Advocacy Network on Disabilities’ initial funder more than 40 years ago, Miami-Dade County continues to support the organization’s services to individuals with disabilities and their families.
In furtherance of the United Way’s Financial Stability initiative, this grant allows The Advocacy Network on Disabilities to provide emergency assistance to people with developmental disabilities and their families. With the goals of preventing homelessness and promoting economic independence, funds are used to help pay for rent, utilities, and food.
The Children Services Council of Broward County provides leadership, advocacy and resources to enhance the lives of the children of Broward County and empower them to become responsible, productive adults.
FEMA’s Emergency Food and Shelter Program supplements local efforts to find shelter, food and supportive services for people in need. The Advocacy Network on Disabilities uses the funds for emergency housing, utilities and other supports for people with disabilities and their families.
When the North Dade Medical Foundation dissolved in 2007, it bequeathed its capital to a variety of organizations. Having received grant funding from the Foundation in the past, The Advocacy Network on Disabilities was identified as an excellent small organization that it wished to continue supporting. By awarding it a generous endowment, interest on the principal continues to provide The Advocacy Network on Disabilities with revenue to assist individuals living in the northern part of Miami-Dade County.