Titusville High School has once again demonstrated its commitment to inclusivity and community involvement by securing the top spot for the third year running at the annual Best Buddies Friendship Walk.
This year, the event saw an impressive turnout of 35 students and 15 staff members, along with their families, who walked together to support the cause.
The THS chapter of Best Buddies raised an outstanding sum of over $12,000 for Best Buddies Central Florida, an organization that aims to create opportunities for people with Intellectual or Developmental Disabilities (IDD).
By doing so, THS contributed to the expansion of school programs, employment opportunities, and inclusive living for individuals with IDD in the Central Florida region.
Over the last three years, Titusville High School has demonstrated unwavering support for Best Buddies Central Florida by raising over $35,000 through their participation in the Friendship Walk.
The remarkable fundraising efforts of the THS community have not gone unnoticed, as the school has been awarded the trophy for being the #1 school to raise the most money for the walk for three consecutive years.
The Best Buddies Friendship Walk is a significant event that brings together people from all walks of life to celebrate the unique abilities and potential of individuals with IDD.
The annual walk not only raises vital funds for the organization but also serves to promote awareness and inclusivity within the community.
Titusville High School’s continued success at the Best Buddies Friendship Walk showcases the school’s dedication to fostering an inclusive environment and providing opportunities for individuals with IDD. As THS continues to make strides in this area, the Central Florida community can look forward to a brighter future filled with compassion, understanding, and friendship for all.
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