The mission is to meet the needs of Families, Parents and Children “At-Risk.”
Founded by Pastor Shelia P. Clark, the vision came in 1999 with a strong desire to meet the needs of single mothers and “at-risk”children. Since then it has expanded to families, parents and “at-risk”children. Joined in vision and leadership by our Executive Director, Pastor Michael Askew we offer supplemental food and clothes, workshops, parenting classes, daycare, worship services, counseling and more. Working in cooperation with other agencies and organization such as the Second Harvest Food Bank of the Big Bend, Walker Ford Community Center, Saints in Unity, the Sickle Cell Foundation, and our many volunteers, our goal is to reduce the social, emotional, and physical determents of health.
Q. Who do you serve?
Currently serving the Tallahassee, Florida, South Side Community.
Q. What is your proudest accomplishment?
Last year, 2012, we serviced over 1000 individuals.
Q. What is Families Restoring the Homefront’s biggest need?
Our greatest need is for more volunteers and financial donations to supplement our food stores and other services.
Q. What is your organization’s plan for the future?
The future plan is to continue to grow the organization to serve more people and expand the services offered to the community.