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County Director Model rolls out in Indian River County
Devereux Community Based Care congratulates Caryn Toole for her recent promotion to Indian River County Director – a post that gives her oversight of child-welfare operations at the local level. Toole has 15 years of experience working in child welfare on the Treasure Coast, starting her career in case management for the Florida Department of Children and Families before transitioning to >>

Stuff the Bus hauls in busloads of school supplies
Volunteers collected nearly 6,000 school supplies and more than $2,000 Saturday, during the 13th annual Stuff The Bus event, located at all St. Lucie County Wal-Mart stores. The most items were collected by Team Devereux Community Based Care, which hosted the collection at the Port St. Lucie store on U.S.1. "We're really proud of our contribution," said Christina Kaiser, community relations director for Devereux Community Based Care, the organization that >>

Foster parenting isn’t always a picnic; sometimes it’s a pool party
Devereux Community Based Care hosted its annual Foster Family Picnic and Pool Party July 15 at the Gifford Youth Aquatic Center. Nearly 100 foster parents and their children attended the event, which featured >>

Stuff the Bus this Saturday
Devereux Community Based Care invites the community to Stuff the Bus from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. this Saturday, July 15, at the Port St. Lucie Wal-Mart on US 1. The event, now in its 13th year, is part of the United Way of St. Lucie County’s Tools for Schools St. Lucie drive, which collects paper, pencils, crayons and other school supplies for needy children from the >>

Boy uses bar mitzvah to help children in foster care
More than 100 foster children will receive new pajamas this summer thanks to the generosity of one young man who used his bar mitzvah as an opportunity to help the less fortunate – and to honor his younger adopted sister. Liam Jampol, 13, asked family and friends to bring new children’s pajamas to his bar mitzvah, a >>

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