SWAG is proud to partner with Partnership for Strong Families, which operates the SWAG Family Resource Center. Read this article from The Alligator to see how they are able to connect people to resources at the SWAG Center, as well
Visit this page to download or print the July calendar. Upcoming events and programming are also highlighted on this page.
Be on the lookout for this letter in the mail if your child received free or reduced lunch during the school year. It provides significant credits and benefits that you can use to make up for the meals that your child did not receive because of school closures. They were mailed recently to all families that qualify.
Today marks the first day of the summer program at our Library Partnership and SWAG Family Resource Centers. We are thrilled to offer this program for children in our community and are committed to making this a safe and fun experience. Here’s a look at SWAG’s first day!
At SWAG, we stand against injustice and will use our voices and our actions to support the change we must see in our community, especially for African-American, Black, and Brown families, as well as others who are experiencing injustice.
APPLICATIONS CAN BE PICKED UP AT THE SWAG FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER. COUNSELOR IN-TRAINING INFO (CIT) The goal of this training program is to develop general leadership skills, work with kids and co-workers, and gain experience in planning and leading. High
Families with children attending one of the many Alachua County schools that provide free school meals through the National School Lunch Program’s Community Eligibility Provision are eligible for Pandemic Electronic Benefits Transfer (P-EBT). Families with children not at these schools
The SWAG Family Resource Center is open and serving patrons daily. We are practicing social distancing and allowing 1-2 patrons in at a time. Please review our June 2020 calendar for additional precautions that we are taking and upcoming programming.
A huge thanks to the team from Grace at Fort Clarke UMC that brought boxes of food and diapers for the families at the Child Center and the SWAG Family Resource Center. Our community support is amazing and we are so grateful!
Please take note of the summer lunch locations. The Food & Nutrition Department’s food truck will visit three neighborhoods, including Hidden Oaks, Majestic Oaks, and the SWAG Family Resource Center this summer. Please see the details below: ————-Alachua County Public