The Florida Medical Clinic Foundation of Caring donated 75 new baby and toddler costumes to Pasco Kids First. The costumes will be given to families in the Healthy Families Pasco-Hernando program and to children seen at the Pasco Kids First Children’s Advocacy Center who do not have costumes this year for Halloween. The Healthy Families Program is a positive parenting home-visiting program for parents who are pregnant or have newborns who receive assistance with setting goals toward self-sufficiency. Publix Associate volunteers hold up several of the costumes including a puppy, bee, gator and panda costume. The FMC Foundation of Caring was founded in 2005 and has assisted 135 local non-profit organizations with more than $2.5 million in contributions and 60,000 volunteer hours. To learn more visit: http://fmcfoundationofcaring.org.
Photo attached: pictured left to right: Jennifer Piliego, Alexis Clark, Tyler Miller, and Robin Southby