Teen Court of Sarasota receives a $60,000 donation from Personalized Estate Liquidation Benefiting Youth, Inc.

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SRQ DAILY WEDNESDAY PHILANTHROPY EDITION WEDNESDAY FEB 19, 2020

Teen Court of Sarasota, recently received a $60,000 donation from Personalized Estate Liquidation Benefiting Youth, Inc. (PEL) to support our shared mission to help at-risk youth in Sarasota County. PEL selects organizations that support youth in need, particularly teens at risk. Teen Court of Sarasota provides programs and services to young people worthy of a second chance to learn and grow from their mistake. “This generous gift, from this generous organization will allow us to focus on serving our clients and not working effortlessly on how we will pay for it.  We are elated that PEL chose our youth population to support,” said Heather Todd, Executive Director. This $60,000 gift allows Teen Court to serve its clients in a timely and meaningful manner. The organization’s programs address the whole family and includes Justice for Youth by Youth (peer to peer program-giving back to the community), mental health counseling, parent/child risky behavior classes and substance abuse education. Topics include sexting, bullying, parent/child communication skills and peer pressure, among others.

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