With a portion of the proceeds going to a local Indian River County non-profit every five months, the Vero Premier Women’s Network was proud to present all the items on an extensive wish list to the Feed the Lambs Enrichment Program. Founded by John and Kenya May, this active organization’s mission is to provide recreation, education and mentorship services for underprivileged children at no cost who would otherwise be unable to obtain these services. With the help of the groups’ signature sponsor, White Glove Moving & Storage, a moving truck arrived with hundreds of toys, games, craft supplies and more to help keep the 120+ summer camp kids active in 2020 and beyond.
For more information on this summer camp, tutoring and mentor driven program reach out to Feed the Lambs online at feedthelambsep.com. To attend a luncheon and help support local causes while also seizing the opportunity to promote your company, event or self the 2nd Friday of each month at Regency Independent Living visit veropremierwomensnetwork.com or email AnnaV@WhiteGloveUSA.net.