Painting with a Twist Bradenton hosts a monthly event, with proceeds from the evening going to a local charity or non-profit organization through it’s Painting with a Purpose program. The event is hosted just like any other fun night out at the Studio, with a tiny twist (no pun intended).
This has been a tough year for many here on the Suncoast. Yet there are organizations like The Blessing Bags Project that long before 2020 were caring for those less fortunate in our communities. This group of volunteers and strategic partnerships throughout the Suncoast seeks to provide basic and critical
When people need essential items, volunteers and donors are essential workers. At The Blessing Bags Project, nothing stops the work Betsy Plante and her team do for the Bradenton community, no matter the circumstances. Each day, The Blessing Bags Project crew answers the call and listens to the needs of
So, what makes a good restaurant GM? Someone who maintains high standards for the restaurant in food prep and delivery to the customer, keeps everyone safe, encourages the staff to do the best they can, AND makes money for the company.
Betsy is President and Co—Founder of The Blessing Bags Project . We chose Betsy because she has such a big heart for children and others who need help. They can always count on her to do everything in her power to get the job done. Not only does she help those who need it but, she helps those who help. By connecting the haves with the have nots she is promoting unity in our community!
Last month, a group of locals were a part of delivering hurricane relief donations to the Panhandle of Florida, helping hurricane victims get some much-needed essentials and hygiene items. One pleasant surprise for the children was the inclusion of more than 300 Halloween treat bags, which were very happily received, as trick-or-treating and Halloween festivities had all been cancelled. Seeing the smiles on those faces has inspired those same locals again for the upcoming Christmas holiday. They will be transporting toys up to Port St. Joe a few weeks before Christmas to make sure the children there receive them in plenty of time.