Tampa Bay Informer - Displaying items by tag: The Truth About Drugs

Rep. Hooper presents Julieta Santagostino with a legislative tribute - Photo by David ZiffA fire is sweeping through our society. Lives are being consumed, families destroyed, and hopes blighted. Billions of dollars are spent fighting this fire, yet it continues to rage out of control. The incendiary material? Drugs, both legal and illegal.

Published in Clearwater

Foundation for a Drug Free World VolunteersWhile the abuse of illicit and prescription drugs endangers lives and families in cities across America, there are those who are striking back at the heart of this problem. For three days, September 25th – 27th, more than seventy volunteers organized by the Foundation for a Drug-Free World hit the streets throughout the Tampa Bay area, reaching Clearwater Beach, St. Petersburg, Tampa, Ybor City and Ocala with anti-drug educational brochures. The booklets they handed out, called The Truth About Drugs, educate young and old alike on the dangers and addictiveness of both illegal and over-the-counter drugs.

Published in Pinellas County

Foundation for a Drug Free WorldIn the wake of the untimely death of entertainment icon Michael Jackson, amid allegations of drug overdose and in commemoration of the June 26th United Nations’ “International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking”, young volunteers from the Foundation for a Drug Free World stepped up their activities in bringing home their anti-drug message to Tampa Bay.

Published in Hillsborough County
Tuesday, 31 March 2009 15:38

Home Run for a Drug Free World

Photo by Jesse Chalupsky
Photo by Jesse Chalupsky
Clearwater, FL (March 2009) - The Drug Free World fundraising event was held at the Toronto Blue Jays vs. Detroit Tigers spring training game. About 3,000 “Truth About Drugs” booklets were handed out to the game attendees, and 40 children signed up to be Drug Free Marshals. They were brought out to the field at 12:30, just before the game began, and pledged to not do drugs.
Published in Pinellas County