Pathway 5

Communities are Caring and Responsive

Celebrations

Founded by Mrs. Dianna Williams, the Dollhouse offers classes for ages 3-18. Classes offered consisted of: Ballet, Jazz, Hip-Hop, Tap, Lyrical and Majorette dance. Dance Factory promotes high self-esteem, determination, persistence, high academic achievement, community involvement and the importance of health in young women through the art of dance. This event was held on January 1-3rd at the California & Elm Community Center. Over 60 girls throughout California attended 

APRIL (Easter Celebration)

In celebration of Easter our agency provided an Easter egg hunt for the children of the community. The Event took place Thursday March 24th at 5pm. Approximately 300 youth attended and had a great time searching for 1,000 hidden eggs. We would like to thank the staff and interns for their donation of supplies. Coach Steals and the EXAM Department of the IRS donated 50 Easter 

August (14th Annual Back-to-School Health Fair)

This annual was held on August 13, from 9-12pm which benefited K-12 students and their families. In addition to providing school supplies, the event provided access to Health screenings, Nutrition Education, Medi-Cal enrollment, Free Hair Cuts, Health Promotion Information, College & Employment Resources, and more….
*WFFRC Distributed 750 Free backpacks and School Supplies with over 1,500 families in attendance.
 
The success of this event is contributed the generosity of community contributions and volunteers including:
· Peoples Church
· At&t Pioneers
· Caltronics Business Center
· Central Valley Brotherhood
· Greater Faith MBC
· Fresno County Office of Education
· Cargill
· Sacred Heart Catholic Church
OCTOBER (HALLOWEEN SAFE NIGHT OUT) 

Our annual Safe Night Out Halloween event took place the evening of October 31st, 2016 with about 300 children and families in attendance. The event provided games, food, music, candy, and family fun activities in a safe environment! 
DECEMBER (TOYS FOR TOTS 

We took sign- ups for TOYS for TOTS during the period, October 1- November 9. 
In partnership with United Way, WFFRC distributed 615 Toys on December 23, to children ages 0-12 in South West Fresno. 
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