South Shore CARES is funded by the Children's Board of Hillsborough County as a special community-centered initiative to create a culture of success around youth doing well in school, regular attendance and being promoted on time. Currently we are accepting new youth from the ages of 4 to 8 years old. The program is free and open to all in the community. We speak English, Spanish and Creole. For more information call Brunilda at 813.645.2400 or click here for a printable flyer.
Visit or call our new office in Ruskin: FICS Multicultural Family Center- South Shore CARES, 25 W. College Avenue, Ruskin FL 33570, Phone: 813.645.2400 Contact Us...
"FICS' high-minded name doesn't quite suggest the vital gathering spot Alayne Unterberger has created for the families of Town 'N Country in an unprepossessing strip-mall storefront. But that's because the community center is only part of what the organization does..." Read more (scroll down to Best Multicultural Mentors)...
FICS recently won best community agency banner at the 26th annual "I am Too Good for Drugs Walk & Kidfest," a celebration of living healthy, drug-free lives. Read more and see our banner!
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Thanks to Andrea Neeper of the LazyDays Employee Foundation, Bank of America, Maria Antonieta, Jerry Wolman, Mrs. Helene Wolman Sacks, and our landlord for donations toward renovating our center! If you would like to donate, email us -- firstname.lastname@example.org.
Teens at FICS are paying it forward to create A Nicer Tampa Bay. Read the story and watch the news video at My Fox Tampa Bay!!
Nadia Palomino has always wanted to make a difference, and that's just what she's doing as the program leader of Project Prevention.
Project Prevention HERO!!