Evans Community School funding partner Chase and Orange County Public Schools recently held an event recognizing teachers, students and community partners. Chase announced $425,000 in funding for nonprofit partners in the Pine Hills neighborhood, including Boys and Girls Club, Elevate Orlando, ONIC, Orlando Science Center, Children’s Home Society of Florida, City Year and United Way. The event also celebrated Evans High School achieving a B grade from the Florida Department of Education for the second consecutive year.
“Investing in our youth is the most important investment in strengthening our communities,” said Michael Dosal, market president for Chase in Central Florida. “The collaborative work being done in Pine Hills is exceptional and we cannot wait to see what the future holds for these young students.”