president and founder of the American Association of Caregiving Youth, for her groundbreaking work in supporting young family caregivers with a Community Fearless Caregiver Award at the upcoming event.
What does AACY stand for?
AACY stands for American Association of Caregiving Youth (Boca Raton, FL)
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The American Association of Caregiving Youth has an advice hotline: 1-800-725-2512.
NYSE: SLF, TSX: SLF) and the Miami Dolphins today announced South Florida's Sun Life Rising Star Awards program winners, awarding a total of $220,000 in grants and scholarships to four local youth-oriented community organizations including American Association of Caregiving Youth, The Guadalupe Center, HANDY and The Women of Tomorrow Mentor & Scholarship Program as well as exemplary students nominated by each nonprofit: Sephora Dubreuze, Boca Raton Community High School; Candace Perez, Immokalee High School; Kimi Farrington, Pompano Beach High School; and Ashira Vantrees, Cooper City High School.