Summer Soccer Bash 2018
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The Importance of Support
Casual Conversation surrounding the topic of “Do Caribbean people support each other?”
Host: Malika Singh–SFCC Communications Representative
Help Us Support Those Affected
The South Florida Caribbean Conference is pleased to join with the Yes She Can Foundation (Trinidad), to assist the victims that were severely affected by Hurricane Irma in St Maarten and Anguilla. We are reaching out to you the general public for the necessary item listed on our flyer.
Keeping Up With Music Trends
An intimate conversation about keeping up with music trends and what the journey on the road to success takes in today’s music industry.
Back to school drive
Let Make a Child School year a great one by becoming a Sponsor!
You can provide the tools for academic success for a child in need.
Description of Event:Kick off the school year at SFCC Summer Soccer Bash 2018. come
and experience the ultimate fusion of family fun and soccer. This free family event, jam-packed with friendly soccer competitions, music, food and fun! Representatives from
community agencies, local business and the individuals like you will be there.
We are asking everyone who pledges to sponsor a child to provide a BACKPACK with the necessary educational supplies for boy or girl age 7 -10 years old. Now, you have the opportunity to impact and make sure that your sponsored child has the tools they need to succeed.
Supplies received will be distributed within Palm Beach, Broward and Dade County.
Community distribution will be on August 11 th from 10am-5pm at Studio Soccer 523 NW 73 rd St, Miami, FL 33150 at SFCC Summer Soccer Bash.
If you would like to sponsor a child, please provide supplies by August 5 th , 2018. Please call 754-551-4722 for drop off location or if you have any questions or concerns. As a sponsor, you’ve already made an incredible impact in the life of your sponsored child.
Make A Child Smile For The Holidays!
Sunday, December 10 at 12 PM – 6 PM
Central Broward Regional Park Shelter #7
A casual conversation on Carnival costumes and how it can be perceived as degrading or empowering to women.