Donations Presented

Debbie Petrocelli presenting at Hillsborough County Hispanic Council families on social media,  With her is the head of the program and translator friend, Elma

City of Tampa Mayor’s Hispanic Advisory Council – 21 Annual Latinos Unidos Scholarship Luncheon, held, May 8th at Amarture Works. 
CAHT donated $800 toward the Latinos scholarship fund for students from our area. 
Photo on Left, l to r: CAHT board members Robbie Chaplin and Jean Harrison, Annie Garrison, President, Araseli Martinezj-Pena, Luncheon Co-chair, CAHT board member, Ann Fenimore.  
Photo on Right: Uriel Cerro, Plant City High School Junior and Sergio Brrios, Lennard High School Junior.  Both were guests at our table.

CAHT Donates Tree to Wimauma Elementary School for Arbor Day

Fourth graders at Wimauma Elementary School planted a special Arbor Day tree and read a tree poem called Trees, Trees, Trees.  Principal LeBron-Bravo and the 4th grade teachers organized the tree ceremony in recognition of Arbor Day and Campaign Against Human Trafficking-SouthShore (CAHT) donated the tree.  .  “The tree planting by the 4th graders and Wimauma’s Honor Society is another learning experience in the importance of nourishing our environment as well as ourselves,” says Annie Garrison, CAHT President.  The tree chosen by the faculty is a Southern Magnolia, native to Florida.  CAHT’s volunteers are involved in the afterschool PCAT program for young readers as well as funding school projects at our area local schools.

Yesterday, Feb. 7, CAHT delivered a $500 donation to GulfCoast Legal Services new location in Wimauma at Beth El Food Ministries.

GulfCoast Legal Services is opening a free legal clinic on February 19th. Photo is of Malvina Tashi, Esq., Supervising Attorney and CAHT President Annie Garrison


Donations Help Support Local Non-Profit Organizations

From 2016 to 2018 CAHT-SouthShore was able to help many Tri-County community nonprofit organizations.  Your Donations make this possible.  Here is a list of the many organizations supported with funding, supplies and volunteers:

Advocates Against Human Trafficking

AMI Kids

Bridging Freedom

Children’s Home

Enterprising Latinas

Gannon College Human Trafficking Project

Haven of Hope

Healing Root Ministry

Hope Fund

Justice Restoration Center

Learn to Fish

Miracles Outreach

Mission Smiles

PACE Center for Girls

RCMA Summer School Program

Reddick Elementary School

Redefining Refuge

Ruskin Elementary School

Selah Freedom

Shields Middle School

Southshore Chamber of Commerce Education Project

Starr Ministry

St. Petersburg Law Enforcement

Tampa FBI

Tampa Police

U.S. Institute Against Human Trafficking

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