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Generation Hope

Providing aid and resources to our community’s social workers and teachers so that they may fill the needs of the overwhelming number of at risk children, within our local school system.

50 Schools

For the 2021-22 school year, there are 50 public schools serving 37,366 students in Clay County, FL. Clay County has one of the highest concentrations of top ranked public schools in Florida.

Poverty

According to Data USA the 2019 POVERTY RATE in clay county is 10.2%. Statistically each school has an average of 747 students per school. This means there are over 75 students in need.

We have a 3.74% rate of DECLINE (pre COVID-19). These numbers are far more what we are hearing from each school.

Social Workers

Currently there are only 11 Social workers serving 41 Schools. Each social worker has a minimum of 3 schools. 

"Generation HOPE" is our year round program. Our mission is to ensure that every child has the basic needs to be grow, be successful and reach their dreams!

                      Here's how:

  • Providing food

  • Providing school supplies

  • Providing tutors

  • Providing mentors

  • Providing clothing