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Naples, Fl (July 18, 2019)

Youth Haven, Inc. is pleased to announce they’re a recipient of a $50,000 grant from the Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation.

The funds received will benefit Youth Haven’s enrichment program. This program provides Youth Haven’s children and teens with the opportunity to further their personal growth through experiences. Enrichment activities include, but are not limited to, summer camps, trips to the theatre and fishing trips.

“The Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation’s extremely generous gift will allow us to continue to enhance our enrichment program at Youth Haven. These activities allow the abused, abandoned and homeless children and teens that we support to grow, thrive and experience opportunities that they might otherwise never have the chance to,” said Jinx Liggett, Executive Director. “We’re extremely thankful for this donation and thank the Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation for their support.”

About Youth Haven

Youth Haven, a 501(c)(3) non-profit agency, is Collier County’s only residential emergency shelter for boys and girls ages 6-18 who have been removed from their homes due to abuse, neglect or abandonment. Youth Haven is a COA nationally accredited organization, a member agency of the United Way of Collier County, a Naples Children and Education Foundation grant recipient, and has been in continuous operation since 1972. For more information, visit, like our Facebook page, follow us on Twitter, and Instagram.

About the Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation

The Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation (RMSFF) was created in 2004 by Best Buy founder, Dick Schulze, to give back to the communities where Dick and his family grew up – in Minnesota, where he built Best Buy to become the world’s largest consumer electronics retailer and in Florida, where he now maintains a permanent residence. The Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation creates grant partnerships with organizations that generate transformational results in human and social services, education, and health and medicine.

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