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Colorful Toys
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Summer's OverTM

Summer’s Over is an outreach program dedicated to assisting schools servicing majority low income and minority families and students. This program started in July of 2016. Through this program, Truth Outeach provides school supplies, uniforms, and resources to families and students. We partner with the schools, community organizations, youth groups, other non-profits, and churches within our region. We distribute school supplies directly to the students and families. We provide education, tools, resources, and skills to assist students from the ages of 6 to 18 be succussful.


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Bond Elementary School in Tallahassee, FL and Maceo A. Horne Learning Center in Valdosta, GA both received 25 back packs full of school supplies, meeting the needs of 50 students.


Thanks to Bond Elementary

Principle Brandy Tyler-McIntosh and 

Ms. Rhynes, Parent-Student Coodinator

Maceo A. Horne Learning Center Principle

Keith A. Hose.


Auntie Rosa's House of Learning in Jacksonvile, FL received backpacks full of school supplies for the seven students attending the summer school program.


Borntwobe A Man nonprofit mentoring program 
Gadsden and Leon County Chapters received backpacks full of school supplies for it's 60 students.

Thanks to Program Director, Russell Harrison Sr!


Arlington Elementary School in Jacksonville, FL received 25 uniforms and school supplies for entire class grade.

Thanks to Principal Kimberly Brown.


Ramona Boulvard Elementary School in Jacksonville, FL received supplies for over 75 students.


Thanks to Principal Dr. DeVonne Lampkin and 
Assistant Principal Mr. Daniel Sapp!

Truth Outreach manages this memorial scholarship fund on behalf of the family of Walter Pee-wee Sparrow. This scholarship is for a high school student located in St. Johns county entering the mental health field. 

Click the name of the program above to learn more information.


See Summer's Over Gallary Below:

ALL programs are subject to change. Our ability to successfully provide assistance through these programs and the level of assistance provided relies on available funding, which is majority from public contributions. We are a 501c3 public charity.  Donations to the above programs are tax deductible.

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