Tri-County Community Resource Center Staff
Beverly Landingham – Resource Center Manager
Beverly has worked in the field of child welfare since 2006 but has volunteered her time working with children since she was a teenager. She received her Master’s degree in Human Sciences, with a concentration in Child Protection, in 2013 from Nova Southeastern University. Beverly has three children and is a long-time resident of the Tri-County area. She enjoys cooking, photography and salt water fishing.
Tri-County Community Resource Center has several ways to get involved:
Serve as a volunteer or intern – The Tri-County Community Resource Center is continually looking for volunteers and/or interns who are seeking to gain first-hand knowledge of our center and how we provide direct services to families. The Center thrives on the assistance of volunteers/interns who have experience and interests in the areas of engaging children and families, program development, event planning, community outreach functions and clerical/administrative responsibilities. Please click here to complete an application in order to volunteer or intern.
- School supplies
- Nonperishable items for the food pantry
- Personal hygiene items
- Paper plates/cups/paper towels/toilet paper
- Children’s clothing (in good condition; freshly washed, no holes/stains)
- Gift cards ($15 or less to Walmart, Winn-Dixie, etc – will be used to meet patron needs)
The Center may have additional donation needs based on the needs of individual clients; therefore, please contact the Center should you have donations that do not meet the above criteria that you feel may assist a family in self-sufficiency.