Author: Jenna

#SpreadtheGood The wonderful people at the Dayton Foundation are in the process of kicking off their third #SpreadtheGood event. As stated on their website, “this is a photo entry and community challenge which celebrates the good happening in the region and highlights the organizations whose work may not always make the news, but never ends.” Beginning […]

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First and foremost, FLOC would like to thank the dear Roddy family who most generously hosted the fantastic WoodFLOCk event this past weekend. The 60’s lived again in their most beautiful home, complete with peace signs and hay barrels and phenomenal bands that played the likes of Janis, Dylan and Hendricks. It was FANTASTIC. Thank you […]

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This past month, FLOC was honored to serve a young lady who was the first in her family to graduate from an area high school. This diligent little girl works a number of jobs in order to pay for the housing she provides for her grandmother; she cares for her family, maintains a 3.0 average, […]

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In November of last year, the wonderful people that work with the posting system Hire a Flyer reached out to FLOC.  Hire a Flyer is a fantastic organization that connects the amazingly philanthropic students that attend UD with various community efforts. I met with Amy Tanaka and Liz Seager who work with the University of […]

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Established in 2012! In September of 2012, FLOC approached three area schools and asked for five children to be identified as academically talented with need for resource. We initiated this program with five 3rd, 4th and 5th graders; they are currently in 5th, 6thand 7th grade; they will eventually graduate from Wayne, Centerville and Northmont High […]

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January 2, 2015 Holiday spirit is a beautiful essence to dwell within. There is a rich texture to the joy that giving provides- the wonder of those that receive, the humbling nature of what it is to give. This past Christmas season, Dayton outdid itself. FLOC, For Love of Children, started its Christmas for Kids […]

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October 10, 2014 This is how the world makes sense to me, and yet I am undone by its beauty. At our last board meeting, we were presented with the needs a young mother who had escaped a very physically abusive relationship, who was now in a secure location, but had no bedding for her […]

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  October 3, 2014 Oh, there are so many new and exciting updates for you, dear readers. The Dayton community has done SO VERY MUCH for the children we serve through FLOC, and I want to tell you all about it. In early August, the Mall at Fairfield Commons had a fundraiser for us. They […]

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Event Date: September 6th, 2014 Bullying is a dangerous and frightening reality. With the advent of cyber bullying, victims deal with a constant barrage of hate, and have little hope of retreat. There are many children in our greater Dayton area who deal with this issue on a daily basis; we need to talk about […]

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July 3, 2014 FLOC is working with New Beginnings For Youth (NBFY) to start an Anti-Bullying Campaign in an effort to prevent cyber bullying. This program will focus on educating parents and their children through after-school programs and workshops about cyber bullying which has become increasingly common for today’s social media youth. Cyber bullying can […]

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