We regularly host, sponsor and support a variety of events that provide community outreach, increase awareness of our program, help recruit new volunteers, raise funds and furnish training to our volunteer guardians ad litem. The following events were added to our calendar.
Saturday, April 29, 2017
Tuesday, May 23, 2017
You can also browse and access events on our calendar grid.
Staff Directory and eForm Updates
Child Advocate Manager Zachary Lang has departed. We thank Zach for his service and wish him the best with his future endeavors.
In Print: Tallahassee Democrat
Two pieces about our program recently appeared in the Tallahassee Democrat. The articles are reproduced below.
Thank you to the Tallahassee Democrat for sharing our program with their readers.
Letter: Join volunteers to help protect children
by Deborah Moore
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
April is National Child Abuse and Prevention month and National Volunteer Week is April 23–29. The Guardian ad Litem Program supports the national effort to raise awareness about child abuse and the impact a volunteer can make in our community. By working with volunteers to advocate for the best interest of abused and neglected children in Leon, Gadsden, Wakulla, Jefferson, Franklin and Liberty counties, we have a role in giving every child the best chance of a permanent caring and loving family.
As we observe these two national events, we hope readers will join the Guardian ad Litem Program as volunteers to protect children and strengthen families. For details, visit www.GAL2.org or call 1-850-606-1213.
Deborah Moore, Circuit Director, Guardian ad Litem Program, email@example.com
IMA Golf Driving Range Fundraiser
Special to the Chronicle
Thursday, April 27, 2017
Recently locals gathered to hit some golf balls while helping the Guardian ad Litem Program. The Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) Florida State University Student Chapter and Sundberg, P.A. held its second annual Golf Driving Range Fundraiser on April 2nd in support of the program. Participants contributed gift cards. The Guardian ad Litem Program is a volunteer based program that advocates for abused and neglected children. IMA collected $450 worth of gift cards, including cards from Chick-Fil-A, Subway and AMC.
"Our volunteers appreciate the opportunity to use a gift card to take their Guardian ad Litem child out for a special treat and spend quality time together," said Guardian ad Litem Circuit Director Deborah Moore.