It was a special day for rugby fans and aspiring players as the Okapi Wanderers teamed up with Rugby ATL to host the 2020 South Florida Club Day Clinic at Tequesta Trace Park in Weston. Rugby ATL is a member of Major League Rugby which has become the fastest-growing sport in the U.S.
Honoring those who have gone above and beyond during a year consumed by COVID-19, the Community Foundation of Broward has named Coral Springs resident Tina Cortez and Parkland resident Samantha Kelly as winners of its “Nonprofit Hidden Heroes” initiative.
Aimed at giving back to the community, The Geneva Group — a real estate investment and property services firm — recently donated a new car to a single mother of three who was in growing need of transportation.
The National Society of Arts and Letters Florida East Coast Chapter has initiated its Open Doors fundraising campaign aimed at bolstering the 2021 prospects to showcase those who strive to excel in ballet, theater, music, literature, drama and other talents.
Though it’s been hard to imagine, we must rest assured that this pandemic will not last forever. And although we long to put it behind us, most of us maintain that there have been some aspects of this most challenging time that have served as beneficial life lessons.
For the past 12 years, the Dr. Pepper Tuition Giveaway has helped students across the country make their college dreams a reality, donating thousands of dollars in tuition to help young adults advance their academic careers.
Hoping to spread the holiday spirit during a year when it’s much-needed, many nonprofits and local establishments are coming together to ensure children throughout the community have a toy to call their own this year.
For members of the Cooper City Optimist Soccer League, Opening Day couldn’t come soon enough. Although the numbers were down as a result of COVID-19 concerns, there were plenty of children who came out to take advantage of the opportunity to enjoy recreational soccer.
With the intent to help those enrolled in rapid credentialing programs, Florida Power and Light Company recently donated $1 million to four state colleges to buy more than 1,600 laptops for incoming students.