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Alliance for Neighbors, Inc. Organization Name provided in the GuideStar Exchange* as of 05/04/2012: Alliance for Neighbors, Inc.

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ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, FL

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Alliance for Neighbors, Inc. Organization Name provided in the GuideStar Exchange* as of 05/04/2012: Alliance for Neighbors, Inc.

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Physical Address: ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, FL 32716 0096
EIN: 26-3047816
Web URL: WWW.HELPFORPEOPLEINAMERICA.ORG 
NTEE Category: L Housing, Shelter
L41 Temporary Shelter For the Homeless
P Human Services
P30 Children's and Youth Services
O Youth Development
O50 Youth Development Programs
Ruling Year: 2008 
How This Organization Is Funded: PRIVATE DONORS
CHARITABLE FOUNDATIONS
DIRECTORS


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Mission Statement

The FORMAL mission of Alliance For Neighbors is:   to the PHYSICALLY DISABLED OF HOMELESS FAMILIES, HOMELESS ABUSED CHILDREN -EACH WITH PHYSICAL DISABILITY, SPINAL INJURY AND/OR SPECIAL NEEDand BATTERED/ABUSED WOMEN WITH CHILDREN.

Legitimacy Information

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Fiscal Year Starting: January 1, 2008
Fiscal Year Ending: December 31, 2008

Total Revenue $1,415,660
Total Expenses $1,415,660

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Fiscal Year Ending: December 31, 2008

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Leadership

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DR. PHILLIP CANO, MD

Term:

Since Jan 1972

Profile:

OVER 38 YEARS

Leadership Statement:

Please note: unlike very many other non-profit organizations, Alliance For Neighbors produces great measurable results and is never “one grant away from closing”. This is because all operating expenses are paid from personal funds of the Directors and no salaries/fees are ever paid to anyone associated with Alliance For Neighbors. Alliance For Neighbors has been a DIRECT SERVICE organization for 37 years.   1.    THE CURE TO THE BLIGHT OF HOMELESSNESS IS NOT ABOUT THE AMOUNT OF MONEY…IT IS ABOUT SPENDING MONEY IN THE RIGHT PLACE. (FLORIDA COUNTIES, SPECIFICALLY, MUST STOP SHUFFLING INDIVIDUALS TO HOMELESS SHELTERS, TO JAILS AND TO HOSPITAL EMERGENCY ROOMS.) WE MUST FOCUS ON THE SOLUTION; NOT THE “BAND-AID”. 2.    JUST DO IT: ORGANIZE TEAMS THAT GO OUT EVERY MORNING AND “REGISTER” THE HOMELESS INDIVIDUALS…GET THEIR NAMES, PHOTOS AND MEDICAL HISTORIES   IMPORTANTLY, FORM RELATIONSHIPS AND EARN THEIR RESPECT AND THEIR TRUST….THAT WILL ALLOW FOR THE ALLIANCE FOR NEIGHBORS PROGRAM AND OTHER ORGANIZATIONS TO PROVIDE OPPORTUNITY FOR SELF HELP SO THAT THEY MAY RESSURECT THEIR LIVES. (Homeless “Drop-in” Centers do not work…and in most communities, not permitted because of “fear” and prejudice of the local residents.)

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Programs

Program: PURCHASE 300 SPECIAL SUPPORT HARNESSES (GuideStar Exchange,
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Budget:
$5,000
Category:
Community Development
Population Served:
Children and Youth (infants - 19 years.)
Disabled, General or Disability Unspecified
Homeless

Program Description:

The Mission of Alliance For Neighbors, Inc. is to provide assistance and the to the PHYSICALLY DISABLED OF HOMELESS FAMILIES WITH CHILDREN, HOMELESS/ABUSED CHILDREN WITH PHYSICAL DISABILITIES, SPINAL INJURY AND/OR SPECIAL NEEDS and BATTERED/ABUSED SINGLE PARENTS WITH CHILDREN. ANNUAL SUMMER DAY CAMP FOR FORMERLY HOMELESS/ABUSED CHILDREN...AND THE SPECIAL FAMILY ACTIVITIES EVENT DAY…EACH AN IMPOVERISHED CHILD … Being Homeless has a lasting impact on CHILDREN. Various studies reveal that there is a 1 ½ to two year decline in academic performance. There are significant developmental delays. There are significant psychological and physical health problems because, obviously, medical care is not readily available on the street. In addition, the CHILDREN’S environment is continually disrupted. The CHILDREN’S concern is safety from predators……even when they are together with their FAMILY living on the street…and hunger.Alliance For Neighbors provides opportunities for these children with physical disabilities and/or special needs to stabilize and develop a solid foundation so that these formerly abused homeless will, indeed, become very productive members of society. In addition to a very Special Family Activities Event Day ,  Dedicated to providing a fun, positive experience for our CHILDREN, we help them discover and enjoy new things within the scope of their abilities. We provide opportunities that promote physical wellness and social interaction for our CHILDREN, while building new friendships with our caring Staff at the same time.  We also enhance the quality of life for our CHILDREN by enabling them to experience outdoor activities, and by providing a safe haven for them to explore the wonders of nature. …ALLIANCE FOR NEIGHBORS HAS VERY RECENTLY EXPERIENCED DELIGHT WITH THIS INNOVATIVE PROGRAM THIS PAST SUMMER.

Program Long-Term Success:

…ALLIANCE FOR NEIGHBORS HAS VERY RECENTLY EXPERIENCED DELIGHT WITH THIS INNOVATIVE PROGRAM THIS PAST SUMMER.

Program Short-Term Success:

…ALLIANCE FOR NEIGHBORS HAS VERY RECENTLY EXPERIENCED DELIGHT WITH THIS INNOVATIVE PROGRAM THIS PAST SUMMER.

Program Success Monitored by:

Every year, for the past two years, very numerous educators from very numerous Universities have observed each Summer Camp Curriculum. Specifically, observers from the University of Central Florida, at the invitation of Senator Bill Nelson, who presented an award to Alliance For Neighbors on the floor of the Senate, provided a presentation about these Summer Camps and our great successes to a Senate Committee. These presentations the past two years were made with the hopes of establishing the Alliance For Neighbors Summer Camp Curriculum as a National Program.

Program Success Examples:

…ALLIANCE FOR NEIGHBORS HAS VERY RECENTLY EXPERIENCED DELIGHT WITH THIS INNOVATIVE PROGRAM THIS PAST SUMMER.

Program: SPECIAL FAMILY EVENTS DAY (GuideStar Exchange,
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Budget:
$5,000
Category:
Community Development
Population Served:
Children and Youth (infants - 19 years.)
Disabled, General or Disability Unspecified
Homeless

Program Description:

·     It must be noted that presently, the number of DOMESTIC VICTIMS is than the number of HOMELESS FAMILIES WITH CHILDREN who are presently living on the street due to numerous factors experienced during this present economic crisis.   Society, in general, seems to have more programs to assist the Victims of Domestic Violence but few programs, if any, to streghthen and bind the Family Unit that will Domestic Assault.   The only requirement of this Private Donor is that each Community (County) served provides a donation from a charitable Organization (Foundation) located within that specific County where the Summer Camp is to be held, to purchase the Special Support Harnesses for each child. Alliance For Neighbors has a special negotiated cost of $5000 for 300 harnesses to be used at each cam2010, and, hopefully, again, in 2011, Alliance For Neighbors will offer a Summer Camp to underprivileged and formerly abused/homeless Children. As in the past two years, each impoverished child is suffering from a physical disability, spinal injury and/or “special need”. This year, several of these wonderful Kids are blind. All children must wear a special supportive harness (not restrictive) that facilitates their participation in all activities and for safety.

Program Long-Term Success:

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Program Short-Term Success:

Alliance For Neighbors provides opportunities for these formerly abused/homeless children, most with physical disabilities and/or special needs, to stabilize and develop a solid foundation so that these formerly abused homeless will, indeed, become very productive members of society.

Program Success Monitored by:

Very numerous educators from very numerous Universities have observed each Summer Camp Curriculum. Specifically, observers from the University of Central Florida, at the invitation of Senator Bill Nelson, who presented an award to Alliance For Neighbors on the floor of the Senate, provided a presentation about these Summer Camps and our great successes to a Senate Committee. These presentations the past two years were made with the hopes of establishing the Alliance For Neighbors Summer Camp Curriculum as a National Program.

Program Success Examples:

1.

Program: College Courses For Foster Care Program Victims (GuideStar Exchange,
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Budget:
$5,000
Category:
Employment
Population Served:
Homeless
Disabled, General or Disability Unspecified
Poor/Economically Disadvantaged, Indigent, General

Program Description:

The Mission of Alliance For Neighbors, Inc., is to provide assistance and the to the PHYSICALLY DISABLED OF HOMELESS FAMILIES WITH CHILDREN, HOMELESS/ABUSED CHILDREN WITH PHYSICAL DISABILITIES, SPINAL INJURY AND/OR SPECIAL NEEDS and BATTERED/ABUSED SINGLE PARENTS WITH CHILDREN.          2ND ANNUAL ENDEAVOR TO PROVIDE EDUCATIONAL/VOCATIONAL COLLEGE COURSES FOR PHYSICALLY DISABLED YOUNG ADULTS-FORMER FOSTER CHILDREN-EVICTED FROM FOSTER PROGRAM AND LIVING ON THE STREETS … EACH AN IMPOVERISHED YOUNG ADULT VICTIM OF THE FOSTER CARE SYSTEM RESIDING IN PALM BEACH COUNTY ………$5,000.00 FOR VERY DESERVING DISABLED STUDENTS @$100 FINAL COST…”DOLLAR-FOR-DOLLAR” GRANT PLEDGED…(Thus, for every gift in the amount of $100 received, two deserving young adults can attend college courses to get a job.)  ASSISTING THE …  …ALLIANCE FOR NEIGHBORS HAS VERY RECENTLY EXPERIENCED DELIGHT LAST YEAR WITH THIS EXACT SAME DIRECT EFFORT… IN LAST YEARS’ PROGRAM COMPLETED THEIR FIRST YEAR OF STUDY WITH HONORS!   UTILIZED ASSISTING THE … & HAVE SUFFERED CRISIS IN THEIR LIVES AND ALMOST OVERNIGHT FOUND THEMSELVES IN THE STREET, HELPLESS AND UNABLE TO REGAIN THEIR PLACE IN SOCIETY.Resulting from negotiating efforts by Alliance For Neighbors, DeVry University will provide numerous worthwhile vocational and bachelor degree study programs. DeVry University will accept as tuition and fees for each academic year, as payment in full, only whatever is available from the individual student’s Pell Grant. DeVry University will accept a one-time only $100 per student…

Program Long-Term Success:

Program Short-Term Success:

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Program Success Examples:

Program: College Courses For Domestic Assault Victims (GuideStar Exchange,
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Budget:
$5,000
Category:
Community Development
Population Served:
Female Adults
Disabled, General or Disability Unspecified
Homeless

Program Description:

EITHER THE SINGLE PARENT AND/OR THE CHILD HAVE A PHYSICAL DISABILITY AS A RESULT OF VICIOUS DOMESTIC ASSAULT. The Mission of Alliance For Neighbors, Inc., is to provide assistance and the to the PHYSICALLY DISABLED OF HOMELESS FAMILIES WITH CHILDREN, HOMELESS/ABUSED CHILDREN WITH PHYSICAL DISABILITIES, SPINAL INJURY AND/OR SPECIAL NEEDS and BATTERED/ABUSED SINGLE PARENTS WITH CHILDREN.       2ND ANNUAL ENDEAVOR TO PROVIDE EDUCATIONAL/VOCATIONAL COLLEGE COURSES FOR SINGLE PARENT STUDENTS… -EACH AN IMPOVERISHED WORTHY HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE, RESIDENT OF PALM BEACH COUNTY ……… VERY DESERVING SINGLE PARENT STUDENTS @$100 FINAL COST…”DOLLAR-FOR-DOLLAR” GRANT PLEDGED…(Thus, for every gift in the amount of $100 received, a deserving single parent student can attend college courses to get a job.) ASSISTING THE SINGLE PARENTS WITH KIDS , ALL VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, WHO ARE WORKING VERY HARD TO RESURRECT THEIR LIVES. UTILIZED ASSISTING THE VICTIMIZED SINGLE PARENT STUDENTS … & HAVE SUFFERED CRISIS IN THEIR LIVES…ALMOST OVERNIGHT FOUND THEMSELVES, WITH THEIR CHILDREN, IN THE STREET, HELPLESS AND UNABLE TO REGAIN THEIR PLACE IN SOCIETY…                    Resulting from negotiating efforts by Alliance For Neighbors, DeVry University will provide numerous worthwhile vocational and bachelor degree study programs. DeVry University will accept as tuition and fees for each academic year, as payment in full, only whatever is available from the individual student’s Pell Grant. DeVry University will accept a one-time only $100 per student…

Program Long-Term Success:

Program Short-Term Success:

UTILIZED ASSISTING THE VICTIMIZED SINGLE PARENT STUDENTS … & HAVE SUFFERED CRISIS IN THEIR LIVES…ALMOST OVERNIGHT FOUND THEMSELVES, WITH THEIR CHILDREN, IN THE STREET, HELPLESS AND UNABLE TO REGAIN THEIR PLACE IN SOCIETY…

Program Success Monitored by:

ASSISTING THE SINGLE PARENTS WITH KIDS, ALL VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, WHO ARE WORKING VERY HARD TO RESURRECT THEIR LIVES.

Program Success Examples:

2ND ANNUAL ENDEAVOR TO PROVIDE EDUCATIONAL/VOCATIONAL COLLEGE COURSES FOR SINGLE PARENT STUDENTS… -EACH AN IMPOVERISHED WORTHY HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE……… VERY DESERVING SINGLE PARENT STUDENTS @$100 FINAL COST…”DOLLAR-FOR-DOLLAR” GRANT PLEDGED…(Thus, for every gift in the amount of $100 received, a deserving single parent student can attend college courses to get a job.)

Program: HOUSING FIRST (GuideStar Exchange,
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Budget:
$5,000
Category:
Housing
Population Served:
Homeless
Poor/Economically Disadvantaged, Indigent, General
Disabled, General or Disability Unspecified

Program Description:

AN AGGRESSIVE, TARGETED “HOUSING FIRST” SOLUTION TO HOMELESSNESS. 1.    “Housing First” provides safety and security…as well as all the necessities of sustaining a ‘proper life”…a . The Alliance For Neighbors’ Sponsored Housing Unit truly provides the Opportunity For Self Help…which each eagerly seize.  The Sponsored Home provides very many things including a “permanent” address for employment applications and resumes. With the assistance of the Senior Citizen Mentors, almost all get jobs within their  Community…”giving back” to their Community and strengthening their Community. : 1.    (the “New Poor”), each Family with a Physically Disabled Member or Child/Children…that have been abused and are with a physical disability, spinal injury and/or special need.  2.    Homeless Children living on the streets:   Each suffer with a physical disability and/or special need. They are the first to be abused…most, viciously. After a very short time, the Child is just abandoned…usually, just left at a food pantry/kitchen because the Parent(s) simply can no longer protect and provide for the Youngster. Thus, they hope for the “Best”. 3.    : seemingly, society in general has failed to consider the Foster Child that has just turned 18 years of age. There are no statistics available for this growing segment of the Homeless population. However, it is our belief that there are more Former Foster Children, most with a physical disability, than Homeless Families that are presently living on the street…thus, . These young, very inexperienced individuals are no longer a “money maker” for the Foster Parents. Thus, the Former Foster Child is simply…truthfully…thrown out onto the street! Without care and guidance, this young man or woman turns to prostitution, crime and/or drugs! They will continue to be a terrible burden for our community. As adults, over the age of 18, Alliance For Neighbors reacts immediately upon meeting these specific young adults and provides assistance immediately!...removing this “burden” from Communities. As with our immediate aid to Homeless Families With Children, Alliance For Neighbors provides many necessary requirements including food, clothing and a safe secure living environment with safekeeping of a Senior Citizen Mentor Volunteer Family. If these young adults have not yet completed their High School education, they eagerly register and graduate…most with very respectable grades! Those that have graduated, with the assistance of Alliance For Neighbors find employment and then continue their education attending college courses at DeVry University so that they may find suitable employment that will enable them to sustain themselves…and not be a “burden” on the  Communities.  1.    THE CURE TO THE BLIGHT OF HOMELESSNESS IS NOT ABOUT THE AMOUNT OF MONEY…IT IS ABOUT SPENDING MONEY IN THE RIGHT PLACE. (SPECIFICALLY, WE MUST STOP SHUFFLING INDIVIDUALS TO HOMELESS SHELTERS, TO JAILS AND TO HOSPITAL EMERGENCY ROOMS.) WE MUST FOCUS ON THE SOLUTION; NOT THE “BAND-AID”. 2.    JUST DO IT: ORGANIZE TEAMS THAT GO OUT EVERY MORNING AND “REGISTER” THE HOMELESS INDIVIDUALS…GET THEIR NAMES, PHOTOS AND MEDICAL HISTORIES   IMPORTANTLY, FORM RELATIONSHIPS AND EARN THEIR RESPECT AND THEIR TRUST….THAT WILL ALLOW FOR THE ALLIANCE FOR NEIGHBORS PROGRAM AND OTHER ORGANIZATIONS TO PROVIDE OPPORTUNITY FOR SELF HELP SO THAT THEY MAY RESSURECT THEIR LIVES. (Homeless “Drop-in” Centers do not work…and in most communities, not permitted because of “fear” and prejudice of the local residents.)

Program Long-Term Success:

1.    The cost of this very successful effort is only $31,920.00 per County…ONLY $63.84 per Family….$15.96 per individual. This year, Counties will spend more millions to operate its shelter system, at an average cost of . , Alliance For Neighbors provides a home and support to “guests” that maintain their housing protecting the appearance of their neighborhoods, restore their health, regain their economic independence, and improve their lives. means that Homeless Families With Children, Single Parents With Children and Young Adults (as previously described) are no longer in  shelters, in hospitals ($1,185/ night), in jails ($164/night), or psychiatric institutions ($467/night). THE CURE TO THE BLIGHT OF HOMELESSNESS IS NOT ABOUT THE AMOUNT OF MONEY…IT IS ABOUT SPENDING MONEY IN THE RIGHT PLACE.

Program Short-Term Success:

1.    Alliance For Neighbors the lives of about 500 Families with Children a year, on average, in EACH of the 23  Counties where Alliance For Neighbors has a SPECIFIC presence

Program Success Monitored by:

1.    THE CURE TO THE BLIGHT OF HOMELESSNESS IS NOT ABOUT THE AMOUNT OF MONEY…IT IS ABOUT SPENDING MONEY IN THE RIGHT PLACE.

Program Success Examples:

1.    Alliance For Neighbors has an endowment from a very great private Donor that will continue to provide financial support in each of the 23 Florida Counties.   Thus, $31,920. for fees needed to pay participating banks for each county annually has been paid. 2.    Summer Camp including Family Activities Event in each County: : $5,000. 3.    College Courses for Jobs for Single Parents for each year:      : $5,000. 4.    College Courses for Jobs for Young Physically Disabled Adults (former foster children): $5,000. THUS, the total of annual support needed is $15,000. for EACH Florida County.

Impact Summary from the Nonprofit

: 1.    (the “New Poor”) 2.    This number during 2010!  3.    : seemingly, society in general has failed to consider the Foster Child that has just turned 18 years of age.

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