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[ NEW DATE ] Mission Possible: An Evening of Hope
May 23 @ 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
The Faine House
When hundreds of children across Central Florida exit foster care at 18 without a support system, they often enter into adulthood alone, unsupported, and on the verge of homelessness. Without a family or support system, their futures can be uncertain.
Join Michael Israel for an evening of dancing, dinner and of course spectacular painting, to raise funds in support of The Faine House.
A collaboration between NFL veteran Jeff Faine partnered with Children’s Home Society of Florida, who believes every teen and young adult has the potential to succeed if provided solutions and services to help them realize it, The Faine House develops a safe home for young adults with ongoing community support, educational opportunities, and vocational mentorship. There, residents explore paths to stability through support and guidance with education, housing & transportation, employment, health & wellness, and personal finance.
The Faine House’s most impactful annual fundraising event, MISSION POSSIBLE: An Evening of Intrigue & Hope, brings 600 community leaders and influencers together for dinner, dancing, and an auction to support these young adults. Support for this impactful event showcases your company’s commitment to providing solutions that change life stories and outcomes.
About The Faine House:
Since opening its doors in 2013, The Faine House has provided guidance for young adults exiting foster care in 5 basic essentials for a successful adulthood: education; housing and transportation; employment; health and wellness; and personal finance. Every day, The Faine House lives out its motto, “change a life, change the world.”
Without a support system for these youth, the statistics can be staggering: 1 in 5 will become homeless, 1 in 4 will experience post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), only 50% will be employed at the age of 24, 71% of young women will be pregnant by age 21, and they are ten times more likely to be incarcerated.