SNN and Carl Reynolds have teamed up to offer “A Helping Hand” to people in need on the Suncoast. We are reaching out into our community, looking for stories of hardship and providing assistance to those who’ve fallen into unfortunate circumstances. If you know someone who could use assistance, please fill out the form below.
Lauren Hanrahan teaches third grade at Englewood Elementary. She was on maternity leave and noticed her hearing was a little off.
October 24, 2003: The night Melissa Wandall’s life changed forever.
North Port High School Junior Wendy Renoit has a vision board in his room, with medals and photos.
“Basically these remind me to keep on going, to try and get more,” Renoit said.
This November Suncoast Veteran Bryan Jacobs has spent most of his time at his new farm. He didn’t realize it at the time, but the first seed was planted in 2014.
Katie Dipierro works full time, on top of taking care of her son Sebastian and her daughter Olivia. She's our December recipient of A Helping Hand.
A genetic disorder leads to a lifetime of medical bills for one Suncoast girl and her family.More recent misfortune leaves them with virtually nothing but each other. That’s why they were the first to receive A Helping Hand from Attorney Carl Reynol