Bruce W. Ford, President of Clear Science, Inc. (CSI) presents Kent Vann, Executive Director of St. Francis House, a check for $1,500.00, along with several bins of gently used clothing items. The funds
and clothing are a combined contribution from CSI and its employees as one of many acts of charity for 2018.
St. Francis House is a non-profit organization that has served Gainesville for nearly 30 years. Its primary mission is to empower families with children to transition from homelessness to self-sufficiency
by providing case management, housing, food, training, job referral services, and educational resources in a secure environment. St. Francis House also provides meals, shelter, public phone access, regional
transit system bus passes, laundry services, and clothing vouchers.
CSI (Clear Science, Inc.) is a research and development firm, headquartered in Keystone Heights, Fla., with an additional location in Gainesville, FL. CSI creates specialized mission planning and decision
support software for the US Navy and other government customers. This software exploits massive amounts of weather and oceanographic data, so users can best manage risk and optimize the use of limited
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Please visit: www.stfrancishousegnv.org for more information on how you can get involved with St. Francis House of Gainesville, FL.
Bruce W. Ford, President of Clear Science, Inc. (CSI) presents Chip Wester, of Lake Area Ministries, a check for $1500 to purchase food. The funds are a combined contribution from CSI and its employees as
an act of charity, one of several that they have contributed to, for 2018. CSI (Clear Science Inc.) is an R&D firm, located in Keystone Heights, Fla., that specializes in Climate, long-range forecasting,
Meteorology and Oceanography. Lake Area Ministries is a non-profit organization that has served Keystone Heights and the Lake Region area for over 25 years. Their primary mission is to serve as a Food
Pantry for parts of Clay, Bradford, Putnam, and Alachua Counties. Due to the generosity of CSI and its employees, nearly 70 families have been provided with food for the month of November.