Here at the Chamber Blog, we tend to due more “press release” type posts. I am working hard on gathering other types of content for our avid blog audience. Here is a meager attempt to chisel ice of our beautiful facade. This morning I attended the Emerge Lakeland Professional Development Breakfast and met a temporarily disabled (Leg injury of some kind) agent of change that works for Parker Street Ministries. A bright young professional who seemed to have a passion for her current engagement at Parker Street, Ms. Francine Previte. She was excited to discuss what Parker Street was doing, and trying to recruit volunteers to help join the cause.Â I wouldn’t dare try to explain what they do, because it would be such an injustice to them I love to let people write about them selves because they tend to do a better job then I. So here is some info:
Parker Street Ministries is a faith-based, nonprofit [501(c)(3)] organization based in the Parker Street neighborhood of Lakeland, Florida. This area is located just north of downtown Lakeland and is a very broken, marginalized and forgotten part of town.Â Parker Street Ministries works to reconcile and revitalize this part of town through various programs, such as the Academic Enrichment Program, Summer Camp, community dinners, the Christmas Store, holiday dinner delivery, a home-ownership initiative and more. Currently we are very much in need of volunteers to help with our Academic Enrichment Program (M-F 4:30 â€“ 6 p.m.), as well as those interested in helping with our holiday initiatives beginning next month. If you would like to volunteer with Parker Street Ministries or receive more information, you may contact our office at (863) 682-4544, or e-mail Francine Previte at email@example.comÂ Volunteers, in-kind donations and financial support are always needed!
Parker Street is great way to get involved if you are looking for a way. If you do contact them, please let them know you heard about it from the Chamber Blog. Have a great Friday.
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