Beginning at 8:30 a.m. the Miami Rescue Mission at 2020 NW 1st Ave., Miami, with the help of group and individual volunteers will start the day by providing coffee, fruit and pastries for those in attendance.
ARAMARK, State Farm, The Hackett Group and other organizations have helped supply and collect toys for the needy children of South Florida. The Christmas event will last from 10:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. with entertainment including the Regeneration Singers (a group of the formerly homeless) and performances from various local churches and entertainment groups. The Christmas meal is to be served at 11:00 a.m. and the street will be blocked off to accommodate the over 2,000 homeless and needy expected to attend.
At the Broward Outreach Center, 2056 Scott Street, Hollywood, beginning at 2:30 p.m., the Christmas Celebration will begin with dozens of volunteers helping celebrate with formerly homeless men, women and children. Gifts to benefit the formerly homeless will include shoes donated by Running with Sole, cosmetics donated by Ofra Cosmetics and Sunday Riley Cosmetics, clothing donated by Justus Clothing, football tickets donated by the Miami Dolphins, just to name a few.
And, beginning at 10:00 a.m. at the Broward Outreach Center, 1700 Blount Road, Pompano, dozens of individual volunteers and Santa Claus will help give over 200 gifts to the needy children in attendance. All adults will tramadol canada overnight. receive a Hope Tote bag filled with hygiene products and clothes. A Christmas feast will be served at 12:00 p.m., along with music, festivities and entertainment.
Rev. Ronald Brummitt, President of the Miami Rescue Mission/Broward Outreach Centers said, “It is a privilege and a blessing to be able to help provide meals and gifts to those in our community who need it the most. We want our homeless to know that they are not forgotten and that we love them. We also want to thank all of our donors and volunteers who help us make this wonderful day an awesome celebration for those that otherwise would have nothing or very little for Christmas.”
Source: National Weekly