Bunnell, FL - After serving on the board for four years, Flagler County Sheriff Rick Staly has become the newly elected board chairman for the Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranches (FSYR) Board of Directors.
"I have supported the Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranches for many years and served on its Board of Directors for the last four years," Sheriff Staly said. "Being elected as the Board Chairman with an organization I firmly believe is doing so much good for our youth is a privilege. I look forward to continuing my volunteer efforts as Chairman of the Board and supporting the FSYR team as we ‘mend lives and heal hearts’ of our youth together."
FSYR—founded in 1957—has the goal of improving the lives of at-risk children through several Florida locations. Since 1957, the Youth Ranches has been credited with helping more than 165,000 children and families throughout the state. The mission of the ranches are to support needy, neglected boys and girls, establishing a warm sense of well-being, safety and guidance.
You can find out more about the Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranches, including how to support them with a custom license plate, by clicking here.