COFFO is a statewide nonprofit organization, whose main objective is to enhance the living and working conditions of migrant and seasonal farmworkers and the rural poor in Florida. It is governed by a nine(9) member Board of Directors and has offices in Homestead, Florida City, Immokalee, and Belle Glade. Through its coalition COFFO delivers services to farmworkers and the rural poor in 13 counties in the state of Florida and works with other farmworker organizations to ensure that farmworkers are benefiting from the services available and that duplicity is kept to a minimum.
This Community Services Block Grant Program is supported by the Administration of Children and Families of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services as part of an award totaling $640,096 with 48% financed from non-governmental sources
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COFFO was founded in 1980 exclusively for the purpose of bettering the standard of living for agriculture workers and rural poor by administering programs that will assist them in the realization of :