The Mayor’s Community Crime Reduction Program and the New Town Success Zone addressed food insecurity and women’s health at their grocery giveaway and Breast Cancer Awareness Community Impact Day!
November 07, 2022
20 volunteers distributed 10,103 pounds of provisions to 197 residents. 8 community partners conducted complimentary wellness checkups and delivered health care materials.
Aetna provided- Medicare Advantage information to Senior Citizens
Hubbard House provided – Resources for domestic violence survivors in urban/rural communities
Feeding Homeless Vets provided – Unsheltered Veterans with food assistance programs
Harriet Tubman Freedom Fighters provided - Voter Registration and education
Florida Department of Health Duval County provided – Immunizations and health literacy
Florida Blue provided – Breast Cancer health care resources and education
UF Health provided – Breast Cancer education & wellness information
A heartiest thank you to the New Town Success Zone and Feeding Northeast Florida for ongoing partnerships that are safeguarding and advancing the well-being of our North mid-west Jacksonville neighbors.