Car show nets $25,000 for foster children

Car show nets $25,000 for foster children


Posing proudly with a check for $25,000 presented to Everyday Blessings, Inc., a caring agency for abused, neglected and abandoned children, are (from left) Jimmy Singletary, Project Administrator at Clark Construction, Dean Sims II of Sims Crane & Equipment Co., Pam Bell, Development Director of Everyday Blessings, Sid Jordan, CEO of the Northern and Southern Divisions of Clark Construction, Tony Gallivan, VP of Clark Construction, and Donna Singletary, Senior Estimator with Clark Construction. Clark and Sims Crane were the co-sponsors of the 3rd Annual Everyday Blessings Benefit Antique Car Show, which raised funds for Everyday Blessings and made the net donation of $25,000 to the center.

Everyday Blessings, Inc., a registered 501 (c)(3) non-profit, cares for up to 28 children in Thonotosassa and up to 12 children at their Sarasota location while they await permanent placement. Everyday Blessings’ main focus is to keep sibling groups together during this difficult time in their lives. The children in the program range in age from newborn through 17 years old. They come from all economic backgrounds and ethnic groups and have been removed from their previous home due to abuse, neglect or abandonment. For more information, please visit (Photo by Karen McKinney).

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