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PART OF ALL SALES GO TO BLESSINGS THRIFT SHOP & VICTORY BAPTIST CHURCH.
 
COMMUNITY:
 
Making a decision on which Dry Cleaner and Launderer to use; be sure to check out our Testimonials” Page.See what "active" Best Dry Cleaners FL customers have to say, written by their own hand, using their own words. Read “Sandy’s Story”.
 
Best Dry Cleaners contributes part of all sales to Blessings Thrift Shop and to Victory Baptist Church.

Gene, of Best Dry Cleaners, says, "this is our way to give back to the community from which we take our living".
 
As a family-owned and operated business, Best Dry Cleaners deeply believes in supporting our local communities, organizations, small, family owned and local businesses.

Blessings Thrift Shop is a Ministry of Victory Baptist Church,
Blessings Thrift Shop is a non-profit Thrift Shop providing quality merchandise of every description at thrifty prices. Blessings Thrift Shop provides free, scheduled, pick up of quality, resalable, furniture, furnishings, and other useable items from Private Homes, Resorts, Motels, Hotels and Businesses.


Blessings Thrift Shop
Earl Hostetler, Manager
425 Laurel Rd. E
Nokomis, FL 34275
941-483-3969
Best Dry Cleaners is an official, approved supporter of Blessings Thrift Shop, Victory Baptist Church and Take Stock in Children.

About Victory

Victory Baptist Church

"A Church with a Heart for People"

Victory Baptist Church is an independent Baptist church located just outside of Sarasota, Florida. Our church is easily accessible from Interstate 275 and Highway 41.

There are more than 15,000 independent Baptist churches in America and at least 10,000 independent Baptist missionaries serving on mission fields worldwide.

Every independent Baptist church is an autonomous congregation. We are self- governing and self-supporting. The head of the church is the Lord Jesus Christ. The Bible is our sole authority for faith and practice. It is our desire to be a truly New Testament church.

At the Victory Baptist Church, though we have one message-the message of the Lord Jesus Christ, and one ministry-the ministry He has given us to go into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature, the church is also the home of several other ministries.

, P.O. Box 48186, Sarasota, FL 34230
Greg Clark, M.Ed., Director of Community Relations
Office: 941-929-2090
www.takestocksarasota.org
Best Dry Cleaners is an official, approved supporter the activities of Take Stock in Children.
Take Stock in Children provides an incredibly valuable service to low-income, at-risk students in Sarasota County.
Take Stock in Children is a multi-systemic approach to ending poverty in our community by providing deserving students with Mentors, Scholarships and Hope.
To learn more, please visit www.takestocksarasota.org.
New: Sponsorship information can be obtained by contacting Take Stock in Children Program Director Diana Dill at (941) 751-7012, Ext. 2047, or by e-mail. Volunteer information can be obtained by contacting Virginia Sirocky at (617) 645-0322, or by e-mail.

D.A.R.E. IS SUBSTANCE ABUSE PREVENTION
EDUCATION AND MUCH MORE!

This year millions of school children around the world will benefit from D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education), the highly acclaimed program that gives kids the skills they need to avoid involvement in drugs, gangs, and violence.

D.A.R.E. was founded in 1983 in Los Angeles and has proven so successful that it is now being implemented in 75 percent of our nation's school districts and in more than 43 countries around the world.

OVER THE COURSE OF THE PAST THREE YEARS, WELL OVER 220 COMMUNITIES HAVE STARTED

NEW D.A.R.E. PROGRAMS

D.A.R.E. is a police officer-led series of classroom lessons that teaches children from kindergarten through 12th grade how to resist peer pressure and live productive drug and violence-free lives.



D.A.R.E. and MedSafe Partner to:

Help Stop Student Abuse of Rx Drugs

MedSafe Digital Lockbox



Fitting easily into most existing medicine cabinets and holding up to 15 bottles of medicine, the MedSafe features 19,500 changeable combinations. The electronic lock-box can be easily affixed to the inside of any medicine cabinet with four self-tapping screws included with each unit, and can also be stored in a dresser drawer, kitchen cabinet or closet door.

D.A.R.E. and MedSafe Partner to Help Stop Student Abuse of Rx Drugs

D.A.R.E. America is pleased to announce a partnership with MedSafe, Inc. MedSafe manufactures the MedSafe digital lockbox, an innovative and unique device which installs easily into most existing medicine cabinets to store and secure Rx medications to protect our kids.

Over 90% of students abusing Rx (prescription) drugs obtain the drugs in their home or the homes of family and friends. Properly securing Rx drugs will restrict access by kids and immediately have a positive impact on the significant problem of youth abuse of these substances.

To allow communities and D.A.R.E. instructors to further benefit from this partnership, for a limited time, MedSafe has agreed to greatly reduce the price of the unit to $39.95 (reg. $59.95).

Please visit www.dare.org or www.helpsaveourkids.com for more information about the MedSafe product and the D.A.R.E./MedSafe partnership.




BEST RY CLEANERS FL HAS CREATED A NEW PAGE TITLED "VETERANS".
We did this in order to give proper support and recognition to all of our militar folks, men and women, active and veterans.

WELCOME BACK VETERANS ********** GOD BLESS AMERICA

WOUNDED WARRIOR PROJECT

WOUNDED WARRIOR PROJECT



On a Global scale Best Dry Cleaners supports the activities of: ReliefWeb

ReliefWeb

ReliefWeb
is the world's leading on-line gateway to information (documents and maps) on humanitarian emergencies and disasters. An independent vehicle of information, designed specifically to assist the international humanitarian community in effective delivery of emergency assistance, it provides timely, reliable and relevant information as events unfold, while emphasizing the coverage of "forgotten emergencies" at the same time.

ReliefWeb was launched in October 1996 and is administered by the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA).

Recognizing how critical the availability of reliable and timely information in time of humanitarian emergencies is, the UN General Assembly endorsed the creation of ReliefWeband encouraged humanitarian information exchange through ReliefWeb by all governments, relief agencies and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in Resolution 51/194 on 10 February 1997. The General Assembly reiterated the importance of information sharing in emergencies and of taking advantage of OCHA's emergency information services such as ReliefWeb in Resolution 57/153 on 3 March 2003.

ReliefWeb has seen steady growth in usage. In 2002, ReliefWeb received 1.5 million hits per week, and in 2004, the site received approximately 1 million hits a day. Shortly after the South Asia Tsunami disaster of December 2004, it received 3 million hits a day on average.

ReliefWeb maintains three offices in three different time zones (New York, Geneva, and Kobe) to update the web site around the clock. The total budget for the project is USD 2 million (2005), the bulk of which is supported by voluntary contributions by donors.

In recognition of its successful virtual teamwork among three offices, ReliefWeb received two UN21 awards in March 2004 in the areas of "knowledge management" and "improvements to the working environment."


>>For information about OCHA, see OCHA on-line
>>To contact ReliefWeb, see Contact Us
>>For more donor information, see Donor Support


What We Do

ReliefWeb disseminates timely, reliable and relevant humanitarian information by updating its web site around the clock. In addition, ReliefWeb reaches over 70,000 subscribers through its e-mail subscription services, allowing those who have low bandwidth Internet connections to receive information reliably.

ReliefWeb posts some 150 maps and documents daily from over 2,000 source from the UN system, governments, NGOs, academia and the media. Map Centre also creates original ReliefWeb maps.

All documents posted on the site are classified and archived in the ReliefWeb document database, allowing advanced searching of documents from past emergency responses. The database contains nearly 300,000 maps and documents dating back to 1981.

In addition to Map Centre and emergency updates by latest or by country, region, and emergency, ReliefWeb offers various resource sections specifically targeted to relief professionals.

The above information was taken directly from ReliefWeb's web site, "About Us".