Projects

With the support of outstanding volunteers, staff, pro bono attorneys, not-for-profit organizations, businesses and concerned citizens, we are able to establish new projects and initiatives uniquely designed to meet specific needs in the community.

While some issues are best handled at the legislative level, many others can be addressed locally. As these needs are identified, projects can be developed to help fulfill them by devoting resources, conducting public outreach, seeking donations or whatever else may be required.

You can learn more about our projects and find out how you or your business can help.

Beyond the Basics

Beyond the Basics provides youth with financial assistance for school fees and extracurricular activities, helping to ensure that they have a complete school experience.

CAII Beyond the Basics

1st Beginnings

1st Beginnings provides youth with essentials — furniture, linens and kitchenware — for living on their own for the first time.

1st Beginnings (graphic of house)

Holiday Wish List Drive

The annual Holiday Wish List Drive provides holiday gifts for every child represented by our program that needs them.

Child Advocates II Holiday Wish List Drive (photograph of trees in snow)

Sweet Dreams Program

The Sweet Dreams Program PDF provides beds and linens for children and youth represented by the Second Judicial Circuit Guardian ad Litem Program. Beds are a frequent request of caregivers and extended family members taking in children, so we are always looking for new ways to accommodate them, locate beds and arrange for volunteer delivery.

After helping us to provide this assistance for about a year through their iServe community service program, Killearn United Methodist Church in February 2015 formalized the arrangement, created a separate fund and partnered with The Sharing Center Thrift Store to acquire discounted mattresses, box springs and frames.

Killearn United Methodist Church iServe