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Fort Myers-based BelieveNBooks has launched a new initiative, PageTurner, to help preschool-aged children become better readers at an early age. PageTurner is a YouTube channel featuring videos of Southwest Florida teens reading children's books.
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Guadalupe Center will participate in the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Child Care Food Program at its new van Otterloo Family Campus for Learning in Immokalee.
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The 27 graduating seniors in Guadalupe Center's Tutor Corps Class of 2022 have earned a collective 3,779,063 in college scholarship offers and grants.
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Guadalupe Center received a $60,000 grant from the United Way of Collier and the Keys to help eliminate the achievement gap by bolstering after-school and summer learning opportunities.
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Guadalupe Center has hired Jim Ragusa, a longtime teacher and principal in Collier County, as senior director of early childhood education.
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Guadalupe Center has dedicated a new education campus in Immokalee that will provide additional families with access to high-quality, life-changing educational programs. The van Otterloo Family Campus for Learning consists of two buildings on nine acres.
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GuideStar has awarded Guadalupe Center a Platinum Seal of Transparency, the highest rating level reserved for nonprofits that fully disclose their strategies, metrics and achievements.
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Guadalupe Center's signature fundraising gala, Guadalupe Galaxy, featured out-of-this-world entertainment and galaxy-inspired décor as patrons joined forces with the nonprofit to enhance education programs for students in Immokalee. Held Jan.
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Guadalupe Center has released live auction packages for Guadalupe Galaxy, a fundraising gala that will be held Jan. 20 at The Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort in Naples. An Italian getaway. Trips to Napa Valley and the U.S. Open. A sunset helicopter tour.
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Guadalupe Center's annual fundraising gala on Jan. 20 will offer in-person and virtual attendance options as the nonprofit continues raising awareness and support for its life-changing education programs.
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Guadalupe Center has received a generous $25,000 grant from the Community Foundation of Collier County to enhance educational programs that focus on out-of-school time, including after-school, summer and college-preparatory programs.
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Guadalupe Center aims to provide presents to about 2,000 Immokalee children in 2021 – the most it's ever served – through the nonprofit's annual Holiday Gift Shop. Through Dec.
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Guadalupe Center has announced a new campaign, Stepping Stones to the Future, that allows supporters to help launch an educational journey for students in Immokalee.
By Guadalupe Center
Guadalupe Center has announced the date and theme for its signature fundraising gala, an annual event that supports life-changing educational programs for students in Immokalee.
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Guadalupe Center is requesting donations of school supplies through its 29th annual Back-to-School Shoes & Supplies Drive, which outfits hundreds of students with new sneakers and school supplies.
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Guadalupe Center has added three new members to its Board of Trustees, including a former student who returned to Immokalee after graduating from college.
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Guadalupe Center received more than 3,500 books following a two-week collection at Canterbury School coordinated by BelieveNBooks, a newly created nonprofit organization focused on making books accessible to all children.
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All 30 high school seniors graduating from Guadalupe Center's Tutor Corps Program will be attending college in the fall and have received a collective $4 million in scholarship offers and grants, including $378,400 in scholarship funding by tutoring...
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Guadalupe Center has received a $55,000 grant from the United Way of Collier and the Keys to enhance its After-school Tutoring & Summer Enrichment Program.
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Guadalupe Center has earned its fourth consecutive 4-star rating from Charity Navigator, the world's largest and most-utilized independent nonprofit evaluator.
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Guadalupe Center has promoted Kelly Krupp, CFRE, to the position of vice president of philanthropy, a role that includes oversight of donor relations, fundraising and marketing.
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Guadalupe Center's Circtacular, a circus-themed virtual fundraising extravaganza, raised more than $950,000 to support the nonprofit's mission of breaking the cycle of poverty through education for the children of Immokalee. Livestreamed on Jan.
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Guadalupe Center has welcomed three additional leaders to its 2021 Board of Trustees, a governing body whose members serve as advocates and ambassadors for students and families in Immokalee.
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The show must go on, and Guadalupe Center's Circtacular, a virtual fundraising extravaganza set for Jan. 21, already has kicked off with its popular Jump Up for Education.
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Guadalupe Center has announced its intention to participate in the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Child Care Food Program at its new Monaghan Family Early Childhood Education Campus.
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Guadalupe Center has announced five circus-themed sponsorship opportunities for Circtacular, a livestreamed fundraising extravaganza to be held under the virtual big top on Jan. 21.
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Guadalupe Center is requesting donations of children's gifts to restock its Holiday Gift Shop, an annual shopping experience that allows parents of Guadalupe Center students to select presents for their children. Now through Dec.
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Guadalupe Center broke ground on Oct. 30 for a new educational campus that will create lasting, transformational change for students in Immokalee.

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