JACKSONVILLE, FLA., May 14, 2015 – City Council President, Clay Yarborough, presented Project SOS with a unanimously supported Council Proclamation on Tuesday. The Council honored Project SOS for its 21 years of serving the Jacksonville community.
“Project SOS is a very good program that we have in so many of our schools here, not only in Jacksonville and Duval County, but in the Northeast Florida area. They’re doing a lot of good work encouraging the young people in our schools to make healthy life decisions and to … avoid those things that distract you from school and from making responsible decisions,” said President Yarborough.
Project SOS has been committed to their mission of strengthening families by empowering parents and educating youth to make healthy life choices while operating with high core values for 22 years. “It’s such a privilege and an honor to work in the community,” said Dr. Mullarkey Robbins, “We want it to be a legacy that our grandchildren and our great-grandchildren for generations to come will have these programs.”
For more information about Project SOS or to get involved in helping strengthen families by empowering parents & educating youth to make healthy life choices, visit www.projectsos.com or contact the office at 904-296-9950.