The Able Trust Wins Award of $20,000 for High School High Tech 

The voting results are in and The Able Trust is the second place winner of the CareSource Foundation Challenge Grant. The award is a grant of $20,000 that will be used for the High School High Tech program.

High School High Tech (HSHT) provides high school students with all types of disabilities the opportunity to explore jobs or postsecondary education leading to in-demand careers. HSHT links youth to a broad range of academic, career development and experiential resources and experiences that will enable them to meet the demands of the 21st century workforce. For information on High School High Tech, click here.

The CareSource Foundation bestowed awards to 10 nonprofit organizations that serve the needs of children and their families in Northwest Florida. The Florida Northwest Grant Challenge awardees are shown below:

First-place Winner – $50,000
The Family Café

Second-place Winner – $20,000
The Able Trust

Third-place Winners – $10,000
Dare to Dream Young Girls Network
Early Learning Coalition of Northwest Florida
Capital Area Healthy Start Coalition

Fourth-place Winners – $5,000
Children’s Home Society
Wolfson Children’s Specialty Center
Voices for Florida

Semi-Finalists – $2,500
Gulf Coast Kids House
Autism Pensacola

Congratulations to all the CareSource Foundation grant challenge winners!