The Lifeline program, funded by United Way, seeks to prevent deep end mental health and substance abuse issues among young adult’s ages 18 to 23 by providing individual and group services.
Connor's story: Now 19 years old, Connor survived a drive-by shooting at age 12. That day he lost his best friend. His family’s criminal history and involvement with substance abuse meant that Connor was considered an at-risk youth. Knowing the challenges he faced, he made the decision to separate himself from these stigmas and the peers preventing him from reaching for something higher in life. He enrolled in Dolphin Park High School and joined the Lifeline Program. Chris’s new outlook has resulted in a full scholarship at a private, out of state college!
The 35th Class of Leadership Broward, has gone above and beyond the call of duty! Check out the Youtube videos and Facebook posts from the Siblings Rock Team Social Media Project for Children’s harbor!
We would like to thank our many sponsors and supporters who made our Old Hollywood/Red Carpet Gala a huge success! We raised more than $200,000 for Children’s Harbor and Brown’s Harbor. A special thanks to our Presenting Sponsors, UPS and Ultimate Software and to our gala committee: Diana Runcie - Auction Chair, Sandy Alexander, Guerdy Alexis, Ashley Brown, Melissa Goldsmith, Margo Dewar, Suzanne Smith, Sherry Stein and Dr. Elizabeth Wynter. For more information and photos of the Gala, click here:
Join us for these upcoming events
5/2/17, Tuesday - Safe Harbor Society Mixer, 6p-8p
You are invited to a Cocktail Mixer at Las Olas Grand (Private Residency)