UNITY DAY – SATURDAY, DE 17th, 2022
VISIT WITH LOCAL NON-PROFIT LEADERS
LEARN ABOUT LOCAL COMMUNITY SERVICES
FREE EVENT FOR ALL
11:00AM – 2:00AM
200 NE 14th STREET
BOCA RATON, FL 33432
Over 20 local non-profit agencies, with loads of information about their no-cost or low-cost services and programs for your family will be on hand. Plus educational information and devotional books. FREE barbeque lunch, kid’s activities and fun for all ages. FREE prize drawings.
This outdoor free expo will feature up to 20 non-profits and showcase medical services, community services, health screenings and resources for public assistance. The event will offer food, water, entertainment, and activities for the children.
Unity Day is gathering of likeminded non-profit organizations and people interested in helping our community. The goal is to help disadvantaged and underprivileged families struggling during these trying times, the homeless, and those at risk of being homeless by providing and informing them of all the great resources each organization has to offer. This will also serve to bring all the amazing organizations and people together to better network and help the community.
ST. GREGORY’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Our mission is to transform hearts and our community through Jesus’ love.
We are diverse in thought, traditional in worship, and dynamic in love—a church of the past, present, and future. We have are passionate about serving the needs of our greater community and taking care of those in need and drawing them closer to God’s love. We are compassionate in our efforts to feed our community and combat the hunger crisis. God has called us to serve in global ministry through intensive ministry focus in areas such as Haiti and Madagascar. We are more than 1,100 members strong devoted to Loving God in all that we do and loving all people every way that we can.
AVDA’s (Aid to Victims of Domestic Abuse, Inc.) mission is to promote violence-free relationships and social change by offering alternative choices to end violence and domestic abuse. For more than 35 years, our mission and services have provided critical support to thousands in our area.
At First United Methodist Church in Boca Raton, we find ourselves in an exciting new season of a long journey that began in 1926, a new season driven by our purpose statement—“making disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.” Guided by that statement, we are building a caring family of believers, who are experiencing how much fun we can have following Jesus together.
The mission of Homeless Hearts International is to share the transforming helping hand of love of Jesus Christ to impact the hearts and live of homeless men, women and youth, as well as their families, to become loving and productive citizens of their communities.
Breaking The Chains Outreach Ministry Inc.
Our heart is for at risk children, the elderly, the homeless, and the needy. By catering to their needs and introducing programs dedicated to specific problem, we believe we can make a difference in their lives.
BOCA HELPING HANDS
Boca Helping Hands (BHH) is a community-based nonprofit that provides food, medical and financial assistance to meet basic human needs as well as education, job training and guidance to create self-sufficiency. Through its various programs, BHH assists over 27,000 people annually.
PROPEL, Inc.; People Reaching Out to Provide Education & Leadership was founded in 2004 with a mission to support academic advancement, leadership development, and post-secondary planning for middle and high school-aged students who attend Title 1 schools. PROPEL is dedicated to supporting the academic and social-emotional needs of the most vulnerable in our community. Providing programming to adolescents who are systemically underserved, PROPEL fosters self-sufficiency and supports the development of strategies to overcome obstacles.
IMG Health Clinic
We provide comprehensive healthcare services to help reduce the spread of HIV, Hepatitis C, STDs, and PrEP disparities in our most vulnerable, marginalized, and underserved communities. With treatment and prevention medications, we can solve these disparities together.
Spanning 110 miles of Southeast Florida’s coast, FAU fosters a vibrant culture that encourages ingenuity and independence. Determination runs deep at FAU, and students learn early that if they dream it – we’ve got the tools to help them achieve it.
The National Council of Negro Women (NCNW) mission is to lead, empower and advocate for women of African descent, their families and communities. The National Council of Negro Women is an “organization of organizations” (comprised of 300 campus and community-based sections and 32 national women’s organizations) that enlightens, inspires and connects more than 2,000,000 women and men. Its mission is to lead, advocate for, and empower women of African descent, their families and communities.
D.I.S.C. was conceived in 1993/1994 as an intentional fellowship of 5 African-American members of Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church and 5 Caucasian members of St Joan of Arc Catholic Church.
Genesis Community Health, Inc.
Genesis Community Health is a non-profit, federally qualified healthcare clinic dedicated to serving patients of all economic levels in Palm Beach County.
YMCA OF THE PALM BEACHES
Our Mission: To put Judeo-Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind, and body all.
BOCA RATON HOUSING AUTHORITY
The Boca Raton Housing Authority was established in 1978. Its formation was a response to the needs of the “Pearl City” Community. The mission of the Housing Authority is to provide safe and affordable housing to very low income families. As the years have passed this mission has expanded to encompass providing various social services to our families either directly or through various partners with whom we work. The Authority has grown to a business whose overall operating budget is over $9,000,000.
MISSISSIPPI SWEETS BBQ
The Best BBQ in Boca and Beyond! Locations in Boca Raton on Federal Hwy and Wellington on Lake Worth Road.
CALVARY CHAPEL BOCA RATON
Just four years after Jerry Sander married his lovely wife, Wendy in 1996, in Laguna Beach, California, the happy couple moved to Florida to start their faith-filled journey into full time ministry at Calvary Chapel Fort Lauderdale. Over time, God developed Jerry’s heart for teaching and his passion for discipleship, and as Calvary grew, Jerry was ordained as pastor and asked to shepherd the church’s first satellite campus, Calvary Boca Raton. Jerry has a great passion for the lost, and so he triumphs Calvary’s wide-open door policy to anybody who wants to know God. Serving as the Boca Raton campus pastor gives him a great advantage point to reach those living in this area, and searching for the truth. Psalm 23, which says, “The Lord is my shepherd, I lack nothing,” confirmed his call to live out John 21:15-19 by loving and feeding His sheep. At home, he loves spending time together with his wife, Wendy, and daughters, Jisella and Jianna.
One of the foundations of our organizations is our conservative and consistent philosophy relative to the manner in which we finance our business and allocate our capital. We are disciplined in allocating our capital only to those opportunities we determine have an appropriate risk-adjusted return. Our internal review process is thorough and involves substantial input from the primary disciplines of leasing, development, marketing and management. This process, and the restraint required, has helped to ensure an unblemished track record and allowed us to develop new projects, expand existing assets and acquire properties that have met or exceed our criteria.