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In Conversation With Philip Tavill

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Published in the July magazine, In Conversation with Non Profit Leaders features a roundtable discussion among representatives from local non profit organizations. Below is an excerpt from the conversation in which Philip Tavill of Children First shares insight with SRQ readers on how the organization has embraced resiliency for the future.

WHAT ADVANCES, IMPROVE MENTS AND SUCCESSES WILL WE BE PROUD TO HAVE ACHIEVED DURING THE PANDEMIC?

We’ve seen, in our employees, a developed sense of resilience. We will parlay that resilience to really doing everything that we can to help the families that come to us in need. They’re really the first to get hurt, they get hurt the worst and they’re the last to recover. We’re also celebrating our 60th anniversary and we made a decision not to post-pone celebrating it, because celebration, like need is always there. We still have infants and toddlers whose families are income-qualified and we’re always finding ways through our efforts and our partnerships to address that unmet need. One aspect of our vision for this community is that every child that is eligible for our services will be served. 

This is an excerpt from the In Conversation with Non Profit Leaders published in the July 2021 edition of SRQ Magazine. Click here to see the full article. 

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