For the “30 Acts of Giving,” FLB gave a monetary donation to the Center for Humanistic Change. This money can be used to fully fund one of two programs. The first is a “Parent Night” program at a local school, designed to help parents gain insight and support their children on issues such as bullying prevention, and current trends in alcohol and drug use. The other is a “Cyber Choices” program, designed to help youth understand the risks and consequences associated with internet use, including cyber bullying, and online predators.
The Center for Humanistic Change is a private, nonprofit agency founded in 1979 that has “developed and delivered high quality educational programming throughout the Lehigh Valley, and have been dedicated to the philosophy that people learn best by doing.” Their mission is to provide drug prevention education and life skills training focused on decision making for healthy choices.
According to their website, humanistic change is “the process of developing our personal assets and strengths, and using them to make conscious, responsible choices.” Discover opportunities to further this cause here.
As part of FLB’s 30th Anniversary, we decided to give back to the community that has helped us through the years. Our “30 Acts of Giving” campaign entailed collecting donations for and volunteering our time at 30 local charitable organizations.