Monday, April 25, 2011
RCB Instructors reach out to Women In Distress in Fort Lauderdale, FL.
RCB South Florida will be providing a free workshop called "Keeping Families Emotionally Connected During Times of Crisis" to the staff of Women In Distress (WID) in Fort Lauderdale, Florida to help the staff teach their clients to create safety for children and to keep mothers and children emotionally connected during times of crisis. This event grew out of an opportunity Maggie Macaulay (Director of RCB South Florida) seized when she learned that RCB's parent company, the International Network for Children and Families (INCAF) would be placing a percentage of the profits from an RCB Instructor Training conference into a fund. This fund would then be awarded to an RCB Team with the best proposal for RCB to partner with another agency to give back to the community. “We are always seeking out ways to partner with other agencies to positively affect the community, so I knew this would be a great opportunity for our team," said Macaulay. Her team was quick to jump on board at the prospect. This isn't all Macaulay is up to these days. She also will also be participating in the filming of videos for the City of Miramar geared towards demonstrating the value for children in growing plants and spending time outdoors. For more information about RCB South Florida, and/or Maggie Macaulay, visit Maggie’s website at www.WholeHeartedParenting.com, RCB South Florida’s website www.RCBSouthFlorida.com, or visit INCAF to find an instructor in your area.