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Boxes filled with 131 kits of basic hygiene supplies have been shipped to Heart to Heart International who will deliver them to refugees in Europe and other areas of crises.
Walmart Corporation has chosen Micah’s Place as the grateful recipient of a $1,500 grant to help support life saving domestic violence programs in Nassau County.
The 2nd annual event, which kicked off at Central Park on April 25th, took runners on a trek down Atlantic Avenue, with a finish line near the Park.
The FORK Dinner being held on April 26, 2015, a fundraiser for the Barnabas Center, sold out in 3 hours and 42 minutes!!!
Nassau Community Band provides an annual concert to support Personal Energy Transportation. Funds are used for canes, fold-able walkers, crutches, wheelchairs, and three-wheeled wheelchairs.
Nikos Westmoreland, who Co-anchors on First Coast Living, will be the guest speaker and the 21 piece Big Band, Crescendo Amelia will supply the music for dancing.
The overwhelmingly successful event featured a VIP event with a variety of wines paired with food selections provided by Horizons restaurant.
Tickets are $20.00 per person for hot chili, and cool music by the Palmetto Catz Duo, featuring Richard Stratton.
This event will be held at Osprey Village on February 13. There will be an amazing wine selection and raffle tickets will be sold for terrific prizes.
Warm blankets are distributed to homebound/disabled seniors and single moms to combat Florida’s cold temperatures.
Renowned Pianist, Francesco Attesti, will perform one concert only in Fernandina Beach on January 30, 2015!
On the hospital’s wish list is defibrillators and the Rotary Club of Amelia Island Sunrise was able to purchase three of the machines.
Susan Sellner’s 2015 Pet Calendar proceeds benefit a variety of Nassau County pet resource centers.
We would like to invite you to help us in bringing the gift of Christmas to the mentally ill residents who call our community home.