Bowling for Joshua House
Since 1992, more than 2,000 children suffering from trauma and abuse in the Tampa Bay area have found a safe haven at Joshua House. With five homes on eleven acres, Joshua House provides a stable, nurturing, therapeutic residential environment for children from age six to seventeen.
For nearly 15 years, the staff of Quikstone Capital Solutions has supported Joshua House. Collecting supplies for the organization’s Back to School campaign, buying toys for the holidays, and helping raise awareness and funding by participating in a fun afternoon of bowling.
This year, the Bowling for Joshua House event became even more important because the Children’s Home Society of Florida, which owns and operates the home, plans to shut it down by the end of March and sell it. The local volunteer group, Friends of Joshua House hopes to buy the property and continue its mission of caring for local children in need. Right now, the outcome is uncertain.
To learn more about Joshua House, visit https://www.friendsofjoshuahouse.org/