A) Teach children and teenagers about service, what it means to serve others, why we serve, and how we can do it.
B) Create awareness of the situations and problems occurring around us by making them a part of the solution.
C) Form strong, long-lasting friendships between the individuals involved and empower them to reach their full potential.
To create opportunities for children and youth to help others; teaching them to put others before themselves as well as the importance of doing the work God has prepared for us.
We want to build up a generation that makes a difference everyday in their society.
To impact the lives of others by showing the love of Christ through service projects.
We have organized activity days at a Redlands Christian Migrant Association (RCMA) School. Here we spent time with young children of migrant workers in Homestead, Fl., playing with them, teaching them about friendship, and helping clean up their facilities. We also donated toys and school supplies for everyday use.
We have collected over 200 toys for a Christmas toy drive to help children in need.
We have organized a Holiday Party for Chapman Partnership South Campus, in which we distributed toys, decorated gingerbread men cookies, and did Christmas crafts.
We cooked breakfast for the residents at the Ronald McDonald House who have children that are hospitalized with grave illnesses.
We have hosted Friendship Day at the WOW Center Miami, which is an organization which provides care and education to individuals with mental and/or physical disabilities. We engaged in crafts, dancing, sports, and much more with over 150 WOW Center individuals.
We have taken part in various food distributions and have collected cans of food to give to those in need in Kendall.
We spent the day at a Hope for Miami after-school site, playing with children
We have helped pack food for hundreds of thousands of people through Feed My Starving Children
We have held pasta and sauce drives to help the local Homestead community in need.
We have assisted in distributing groceries for the Homestead Food Pantry, where we distributed food to over 600 families in one day.
We have collected toiletries and distributed them to homeless people around Downtown Miami through a project called "The Giving Box".
We have participated in the A21 Walk for Freedom to raise awareness for human trafficking around the world.