Community Spirit

Young Breast Cancer Survivors Group Receives Final Investing In You Grant

Young Breast Cancer Survivors Group Receives Final Investing In You Grant

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. – The Young Survivors Group at the Women’s Center of Jacksonville will be able to continue to help young breast cancer survivors thanks to a recent $1,000 grant won through Community First Credit Union’s Investing in You contest. The grant will help secure a location for monthly meetings, provide educational materials and fund outreach efforts for the Young Survivors Group.

Calling Teens and Adults for Poetry Jam

Calling Teens and Adults for Poetry Jam

Summer Performance of Poetry for Teens and Adults….

The Performance Poetry Summer Poetry Jam is a non-competitive event for ages 12 and up. On Wednesday, July 25th from 6pm to 7:30pm poetry will be performed, dramatized, expressed and illuminate the Main Library in the Hicks Auditorium.

LGBT and Women of Color Speak Out

LGBT and Women of Color Speak Out

The comments of Lt. Gov. Jennifer Carroll have created a political firestorm of dialogue and controversy in the
LGBT community and for Women of Color. As accusations arise about her alleged “inappropriate sexual activity”, the truth may or may not be discovered.

Community Service and JCCI Forward

Community Service and JCCI Forward

The Process:

”Bringing people together in an atmosphere
of mutual respect.” Ben Warner,
President & CEO

WRITINGS NEEDED FROM HBCU STUDENTS

WRITINGS NEEDED FROM HBCU STUDENTS

HBCU – Historically Black Colleges and Universities are still relevant and vital to the educational and economic development of the United States of America.

Divorced Fathers Use Tech To Connect

Divorced Fathers Use Tech To Connect

Divorced Fathers Use Tech To Connect

New Autism Support Group to Launch through Grant from Community First Credit Union

New Autism Support Group to Launch through Grant from Community First Credit Union

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. – Parents of autistic children will soon have a supportive environment in which to share their feelings, ideas and treatment options, thanks to a $1000 Investing In You grant from Community First Credit Union. The grant will help launch The S.T.A.R. group, named for the benefits the group will bring its members: support, teaching, advocacy and respect.