“Our mission has not changed,” said Executive Director Laura Pike, “but our new launch is more than just cosmetic. We are proud of the success we have had with our programs. We want to continue to serve our communities and assist families in need, but we have to be visible to do that. We have to be where the people interested in our programs and services can find us. Joining the social networking world is how we plan on accomplishing this.”
According to Pike, the new logo was chosen for its positive imagery. The uplifted arms of the three people embody both a community coming together to support its neighbor and represents the individuals who have been through the FTPEC program and made improvements in their lives.
FTPEC aims to help families by teaching personal responsibility, providing educational materials and encouraging positive recreational activities thereby improving the lives of families and lowering the crime rate in our community. With a 90% completion rate and over 65% of FTPEC’s graduates continuing to improve their lives after completing of the program, it is no surprise that FTPEC has received endorsements from graduates, judges, and other prominent members of the community.
“We are always looking for better ways to serve our community,” said Pike. “This is the information age. So to find out where we are, what we are up to, and how you can help, or how we can help you, visit us on our website, Facebook page, or link to our twitter account.
“It has never been easier to find us.”
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A nonprofit empowering today's teens for tomorrow's leaders. FTPEC helps families by teaching personal responsibility, providing educational materials & encouraging positive recreational activities.