In the wake of Hurricane Ian and its devastating impact in South West Florida, our team has been working tirelessly to ensure the under-resourced students and families we serve are safe and have a helping hand while navigating their recovery efforts.

Many are still without power, running water or both while others have been relocated due to the unlivable conditions of their homes. We are also coordinating with our church partners to assess damages and determine when our clubs can start serving our students again.

New Horizons of SWFL successfully changes the lives of under-resourced students by providing tutoring, mentoring and character-building programs at its trusted neighborhood clubs. We currently serve over 500 students in K-12 grades alongside dedicated volunteers at 10 locations across Naples, Bonita Springs, Estero and Fort Myers.

Can you please continue to financially support New Horizons during this time? You will be the helper that we need in providing support to our students and their families devastated by the storm.

We appreciate your prayers as we try to get through and recover from this trauma. We are believing in God for safety and help for our families and staff.

Donate to Support: https://bit.ly/3Ixz6IV

For more information or questions, contact 239-948-4146 or executivedirector@newhorizonsofswfl.org

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