PARC is excited to be participating in the fifth annual Give Day Tampa Bay on May 1, 2018! Give Day Tampa Bay is a 24-hour, online giving event, designed to increase philanthropy in the Tampa Bay area and raise awareness of the amazing work local nonprofits do in this community. We are encouraging members of our community to donate to us in our efforts to continue to provide over 40 programs and services to children and adults with developmental disabilities. Beginning April 17th through May 1st, visit https://bit.ly/2JvpAsG. All donations go towards enhancing our mission and enriching the lives of the individuals we serve.
PARC is proud to be collaborating with two local businesses in St. Petersburg for Give Day Tampa Bay. Consider coming to have dinner with us on Tuesday, May 1st between 4-10PM at either of Carrabba’s St. Petersburg locations (1951 4th St N., St. Petersburg, FL 33704 and 3530 Tyrone Blvd N., St. Petersburg, FL 33710). Bring in a PARC flyer or mention the Give Day Tampa Bay event to the server and 15% of sales brought in will go back to PARC! We’ll have crowds at each location supporting these great partnerships. Come out and celebrate all that PARC does for children and adults with developmental disabilities in our community!
“We’re excited to participate once again in Give Day Tampa Bay and help spread the word about PARC. The donations we receive from generous members of our community on Give Day Tampa Bay help advance our mission and keep quality services available to so many.” – President and CEO, Karen Higgins.
Make sure to tune in to WEDU’s Give Day Tampa Bay 2018 webcast/telethon on May 1st to catch PARC! We will discuss our organization and how grateful we are for the generosity of our community members. We’ll also have an artist from the Inspired Artist Studios showcasing her artwork! We will be broadcasted live on the WEDU Plus channel 3.4 and streaming on the Giveday.org website from 11 am to 7pm.
PARC is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide opportunities for children & adults with developmental disabilities to exercise their independence and experience life to the fullest. PARC provides over 40 programs and services to children and adults with developmental disabilities and their families. Established in 1953, PARC currently serves more than 800 people in the greater St. Petersburg area.
To learn more about helping PARC check out there upcoming golf tournament here.