Feeding the Gulf Coast’s Afterschool Meals Program begins next week with the start of the school year. This program provides free meals to children, 18 and younger, throughout the school year. It is also free for sites to participate in this program.
The Mobile Area Education Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving our local public schools. Founded in 1992, our mission is to build community responsibility for improving public education outcomes in Mobile County. We work with, but are independent of, the Mobile County Public School System.
All In Credit Union is known for its generosity and now All In is adding greater meaning to the phrase “#WeGiveBack.” For the sixth consecutive year, All In will once again provide grants to deserving organizations. This year, the Credit Union has pledged to award grants totaling up to $400,000 to deserving local organizations for future programs or facilities.
Home of Grace for Women are a 90 day faith based comprehensive recovery home for women ages 18 and older. They have a 50 year history of helping women overcome addiction and returning them to their families, homes and communities.
Chandra Brown is the Executive Director of Lifelines Counseling Services. She joined us on Studio10 to talk about the month of May being “Mental Health Month”. She discusses the importance of raising mental health awareness and some of the services offered by Lifelines.
The Gulf Coast Family Center is a family resource center with offices located in Mobile and Baldwin Counties. They are dedicated to helping residents be a community where every child is nurtured and supported to become a healthy, caring, responsible, financially thriving, and educated community member.
The mission of Shepherd’s Place Adult Day Respite, located in Fairhope, AL, is to provide respite for caregivers of adults with Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Parkinson’s, Stroke or Traumatic Brain Injury by providing a safe, nurturing, fun environment for their loved one.
The Dumas Wesley Community Center and the Baldwin Family Village Foundation are proud to announce the launch of Baldwin County’s first transitional housing program, the Baldwin Family Village. Slated to open this April, it will be operated by the Dumas Wesley Community Center, modeled after its highly successful transitional housing program, the Sybil Smith Family Village.
In this ‘Doing Good’, we speak with Virginia Guy, the Executive Director of The Drug Education Council. The Drug Education Council provides prevention, intervention, and recovery support services for individuals and families struggling with substance use disorder and addiction. They serve 8 counties in southwest Alabama.
In today’s Doing Good, we are highlighting the Habitat for Humanity of Southwest Alabama. Founded in 1988, Habitat for Humanity SWAL has built and repaired more than 325 homes throughout Mobile, Washington and Clarke counties.
In today’s Doing Good, we’re highlighting Penelope House. Penelope House provides emergency shelter and comprehensive services to victims of Domestic Violence and their children in Mobile, Washington, Clarke, and Choctaw Counties.