Focus on South Florida
The newly renovated Tennis Center at Flamingo Park in South Beach aims to return the facility to its past glory. It is already hosting hundreds of kids each month– and will now offer all youngsters the chance to learn tennis, no matter what their means, with a year-round scholarship program. We focus on all the center has to offer and how the scholarship program works.
The Dan Marino Foundation’s 5th annual Walkabout & Expo is later this month. We focus on the work the Foundation does, the upcoming event, its importance and how you can get involved
One of the missions of the nonprofit “Best Buddies” is to enrich the lives of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities by helping them secure jobs. Its “I’m Into Hire” campaign came about following a report that showed 85 percent of these adults were not employed. We focus on how the organization is changing lives.
Monday is Martin Luther King Jr. Day and celebrations will be happening across the country, including in South Florida at the Liberty City Parade.
The Patricia and Philip Frost Museum of Science aims to make a difference in people’s lives by inspiring them to appreciate the impact that science and technology can have on our world
The United Teachers of Dade education gala is being held in January. It is held to recognize the contributions of community leaders who support teachers and our public schools.
Embracing, educating and empowering vulnerable young people to help them become engaged productive adults.
Centro Mater is a local nonprofit whose sole mission is to aid economically disadvantaged families in South Florida.
Taylor Moxey built her baking business one cupcake at a time, first selling them at her church, then privately, and eventually winning a competition over other local professional chefs.
She is living he American dream and she is only 8 years old. Meet this amazing young girl as we focus on all she does to help others.
The United Way’s “ALICE” report places a spotlight on a large population of hardworking people, who, although employed, have little or no savings, and are one emergency away from falling into poverty.”ALICE” is an acronym for asset limited, income constrained, employed. In Broward County alone, we could be talking about some 300-thousand households. We focus on what else the report reveals, and what the United Way of Broward is doing to support the “ALICE” population now, and in the future.