Foundation commissions needs assessment of greater Sun City Center (FL)

“One of the major reasons for this study is to be sure we are using money left by donors in the most impactful way,” said Marlene Spalten, foundation president and CEO. “We hear hunger is an issue in the area but what the study may find is that while food is abundant, transportation to get the food is really the issue.” “(The assessment) is the best way for us not only determine community needs but also to look at services currently being provided and identify any gaps,” added Wilma Norton, the foundation’s vice president of marketing and communication.     Read the article………….


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