Black Homeschoolers of Central Florida, Inc.

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We are so thankful to be a recipient of the Sarah George Trust Fund Grant so that we could extend our hand in community service to the historic American Legion Orange Baker Post 187! This post was established in 1946 and chartered in 1948 following World War II. Orange Baker Post 187 houses memorabilia from various branches of military service. 


Black Homeschoolers of Central Florida, Inc. members were honored to create a website, create & print trifold brochures, buy mannequins, a bulletin board, and furnishings to help the Orange Baker Post 187 museum get ready for visitors. Here are our youth and families at the Post for a day of service, making a lasting impact and receiving a history lesson in the process! 



It's that time again as we plan for our new school year. If you are interested in becoming a Guest Speaker for our Be Our Guest series, or know someone that might be interested, here's what we ask:

~Pre-record a 3-5 minute video talking about your career.
Introduce yourself and your career. What inspired you to go into this career field? What education or other things were required to get where you are? Please share any advice for the youth. This will be for grades K-12th grade.


Upload your video to We Transfer and then send to our email at BHCFLStrong@gmail.com
https://wetransfer.com

Our Be Our Guest series has featured careers in Medicine, Aviation & Engineering, Law, Speech & Language Pathology, Art, Politics, Writing and more.

Videos are due by July 25th.

If you need other details, please feel free to call us at (386)837-6270 or contact us via email at BHCFLStrong@gmail.com.

Thank you so much for your participation!

A great way to support a great Non-Profit!


Do you, like us, enjoy shopping for bargains while knowing you are benefitting others in our community? 


Black Homeschoolers of Central Florida, Inc. is a 501c3 organization whose sole mission is to inform, educate, and help to inform, educate, and help other homeschooling families, namely those of color, in the Central Florida area and around the United States. Black Homeschoolers of Central Florida, Inc.  was founded in 2009 by Rasheeda Denning. Our organization has been executing our mission by providing classes, guest speakers in career fields, field trips, hosting an annual graduation/awards ceremony, a lending library, informative communications, support, motivation, family to family connections, and connections to other support groups at the local and state level. Black Homeschoolers of Central Florida empowers our children and inspires parents to harness the power within to educate their children.


Annually, Black Homeschoolers of Central Florida has a Silent Auction in order to raise funds to continue our mission. Due to COVID-19, we are launching this online auction! Here you will find tempting and diverse auction items to keep or gift. 


Bidding is open to anyone, but items must be picked up unless other arrangements are made. We cannot ship any items. We reserve the right to remove bids from bidders too far way to pick up items unless a local individual is designated for that purpose.