Raised To Date: $500.00'Deaf for a Day" 2015 ChallengeMarch 31st, 2016$500.00
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Category Archives: Rewards of Sharing
Oh so adorable…Angie is adjusting nicely at her new school. She is friendly and already made tons of friends. Her dorm mother just loves and comforts her at night when Angie starts to miss her mommy. Angie’s mom visits regularly … Continue reading
Day Three These children are so amazing, they make you realize how grateful you must be for everything you have in your life , good or bad.
…as we were recognized for volunteering at the CCCD, during the Class of 2012 graduation ceremony. We are blessed to have worked with some of the most wonderful teachers, students, work teams, and CCCD employees. An awesome experience!
Lolly received a medal, at the graduation today, for third place at the Health Day Sporting event. We are so proud of him and wish him well in all endeavors.
A very happy young man since he started school, at the Caribbean Christian Centre for the Deaf. Lolly is showing great improvement and is on his way to learn a trade. Keep up the great work, Lolly. Way to go … Continue reading
Here we are making friends with the students at the CCCD. It was indeed a blessing to have had the opportunity to bond with these amazing children!
If I can have you hear my voice I would tell you a story A story of how I was led to start a journey a cause but at this moment this second what I have is my writing … Continue reading
What a blast! The boys had such a fantastic time at our 1st Annual JDEP’s No Limitations Summer Jam. The goal was to have all three boys together to build friendship, social skills, communication skills, self-esteem, and to have … Continue reading
Karen’s Kitchen St. Lucie Catholic Church Port St. Lucie, Florida On June 16th books were given to Karen’s Kitchen at the St. Lucie Catholic Church. One of their amazing volunteers, Elizabeth, received the books on their behalf. Now, those … Continue reading