CBF was proud to receive the 2014 “Outstanding Community Involvement and Corporate Citizenship Award” from the WeCare of South Dade Organization. The award is based on supporting community based organizations in the Homestead/Florida City area, as well as using resources and influence in service of broader philanthropic aims.
CBF congratulates fellow award winners: Ruth Campbell, “Lifetime of Service Award”; Cip Garza, “Educational Impact Award”; Carlos Salgado & Rocio Tafur Salgado, co-directors of enFAMiLia, “Larry Ligammare Making a Difference Award”; and Homestead Hospital, who received the “Outstanding South Dade Supporter Award.” The people in these organizations make our community a better place and we are honored to be selected among them!
WeCare of South Dade, Inc. was designed to bring together local social service agencies in an effort to network and share information. It has more than 100 members representing every aspect of human service – health, education, emergency shelter and assistance, child development, entrepreneur training, domestic violence, farmworker aid and assistance, elder care, and more. Visit www.wecareofsouthdade.gov for more information.
PHOTO: (left to right) CBF employees Michael Welsh, Denise Held, Bette Brown, Sharon Wilson, Willie Carpenter, WeCare Board Member Renee Reichling and Lisa Greer.