What we have done so far:
Hosted events in Las Vegas with NWE and provided 75 children with T-shirts, toys, and free haircuts.
- Donated over $750 to a group of disabled military veterans.
- Donated 250 backpacks with $7,500 worth of school supplies, t-shirts, and discount cards to Central Florida students in need.
- Participated in the Hope Now International Back Pack Bash, supplying backpacks and school supplies to over 10,000 children. Health screenings and haircuts were also provided at this event. With Iglesia El Calvario, the largest Hispanic Church in Central Florida, donated five hundred $50 discount cards that provided access to 300 plus vendors. Participated with the church in food giveaway to 200 families in the Central Florida community.
- Hosted Annual Day of Prayer for Military Veterans and their families, donating over 500 gift bags that contained free oil change certificates, t-shirts, discount cards, and other merchandise valued at $100 per bag.
- With Florida House of Representative Geraldine F. Thompson and AMVETS hosted a Toys R Us gift card giveaway donating $25 gift cards to 50 families.
- Donated over $800 in gift cards and toys to veteran families during Holiday Celebration at Terra Dyer Park in Holden Heights.
- With Commissioner Samuel B. Ings, District 6, provided vision screenings for 200 children during "Eggcellent" Kid's Health Fair & Easter Egg Hunt
- Provided 100 Vision Screening during A Taste of Haiti Celebration with Commissioner Samuel B. Ings, D1strict 6
- Provided 50 pairs of readers during A Taste of Haiti Celebration with Commissioner Samuel B. Ings, D1strict 6
- With the Methodist Church of Titusville our Y.E.S. Optical services screened 30 individuals and donated 30 pairs of glasses valued at $1000.
- During the Bridge Builders’ 2012 Back to School Health Fair conducted 100 vision screenings and donated 60 eye wear frames valued at $4500.
- Screened 500 K-5 grade students at Renaissance Charter School, Orlando Florida and provided 20 pairs of reading glasses and arranged for 55 students to receive full eye exams.