A local Florida law enforcement association has donated money to children in need. According to the Crestview Bulletin, the First Judicial Circuit Law Enforcement Association in Crestview, Florida has donated $750 to go towards buying computer and educational equipment for at-risk children living in the Children in Crisis (CIC) neighborhood.
“The donation was truly a blessing and came at a perfect time in our development of the CIC Neighborhood,” Ken Hair, CIC president and CEO, said. “We provide a home to about 100 children every year, and most are behind (academically) in school.
“This donation will be an enormous help with our tutoring and educational programs to get our kids back on track.”
As the Crestview Bulletin reports, the CIC Neighborhood provides housing and shelter for children removed from unsafe environments.
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