Nonprofit Unveils New Therapy, Preschool Space

Forty Carrots Family Center's 'Home for Growth' campaign raised $600,000 from 30 donors.

Research by staff October 26, 2016

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From left to right: donors Nancy DeLong, David Jemison, Jeff Steinwachs and Frank Brunckhorst, Forty Carrots board chair Rick Gomez and executive director Michelle Kapreilian

Forty Carrots Family Center last week unveiled new spaces dedicated to child and family therapy and a preschool science center at a ribbon-cutting event. The celebration marked the successful completion of the agency’s “Home for Growth” capital campaign, which enabled the nonprofit to purchase and renovate a building at 1426 Tuttle Ave., Sarasota, adjacent to the organization's home. The “Home for Growth” campaign raised $600,000 from 30 donors. Forty Carrots provides parenting education, mental health services and preschool education.

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