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  • Learn about healthy child development as an effective means to preventing child abuse and neglect from ever happening in the first place by contacting your Children's Board.
  • The Children's Board of Hillsborough County has served children and families for over 25 years by granting funding for programs and services.
  • Your Children's Board devotes 84% of each dollar to direct services for children in Hillsborough County.
  • Children's Board grants are awarded through a competitive process and are evaluated on a regular basis to ensure positive impact and fiscal responsibility. In Fiscal Year 2015, the Children's Board invested more than $28 million in more than 90, local organizations.
  • The Children's Board invests dollars to fund a wide variety of programs designed to help children lead a healthy, safe, and productive life. And that, makes a difference for all residents of Hillsborough County.
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What are your summer plans? Our Children’s Board Family Resource Centers have activities every day to keep you healthier, happier and stronger than ever. Click the image below for more information.


This summer, the Prevent Needless Deaths campaign is reminding parents, caregivers, and the general public to practice water safety to prevent children from drowning. Water safety is especially important during Memorial Day weekend and on the weekends near Independence Day, as the risk of drowning increases during summer holiday weekends each year.

Please click on the picture below to hear from our very own Director of Public Relations, Paula Scott on drowning prevention as well as our Prevent Needless Deaths Campaign.


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Children's Board of Hillsborough County
1002 East Palm Avenue
Tampa, FL 33605
Phone: 813-229-2884
Fax: 813-228-8122

Email: info@childrensboard.org

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