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Head Start/Early Head Start Program Receives Generous Donation

By Meaghan Goepferich Posted on June 10, 2020

Mid Florida Community Services, Inc., Head Start/Early Head Start Program Receives Generous Donation from Hernando County Business Owner

Head Start/Early Head Start Program Receives Generous Donation

Mid Florida Community Services, Inc., is excited to announce that their Head Start/Early Head Start Program received a generous donation from Mr. Jerry Heard, a Hernando County business owner.

Mr. Heard selected Mid Florida Community Services, Inc’s. (MFCS), Head Start/Early Head Start (HS/EHS) Program to receive the food donation because of the work the program does to serve children and families.

The HS/EHS Program used this gracious gift of food to help serve needy families enrolled in the program. HS/EHS Family & Community Partnerships Manager Jaclyn Citarella thanks Mr. Heard “for allowing our families to be blessed with the generous food donation.” 

“Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, family advocates with Head Start/Early Head Start had regular contact with families to help identify unmet needs; and, this gracious gift from Mr. Heard helped staff provide the basic need of food to approximately 30 Hernando County families”, said MFCS CEO Michael Georgini.  “Thank you for your gracious gift.”

Mid Florida Community Services, Inc., is a member of the National Community Action Partnership and the Community Action Network, which was born out of the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964.  Mid Florida Community Services, Inc.’s, mission is to strengthen partnerships, mobilize resources, and provide integrated services that promote self-sufficiency for individuals and families in the communities in which they live.

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