10th annual The Faces Behind the Miracles Fundraising Breakfast to raise funds
ORLANDO, Fla. (WiredPRNews.com) UCP of Central Florida will host The Faces Behind the Miracles Fundraising Breakfast, presented by Dr. Donald and Mrs. Cindy Diebel, on Wednesday, November 9th at First Baptist Church of Orlando. This year’s theme, ‘Unlocking Children’s Potential’ aims to empower influencers by presenting a creative vision for education and therapy.
“Every child is a canvas waiting to be painted. Together, we can unlock the potential of all the children who attend UCP of Central Florida,” explained Dr. Ilene Wilkins, President and CEO of UCP of Central Florida.
This 10th annual event will showcase the importance of early intervention and the many miracles happening every day at UCP of Central Florida, the experts for children with special needs. Additionally, the event strives to exemplify that through collaboration, we can make a difference in the lives of children with and without special needs. Event attendees are invited to explore the diverse opportunities to support the mission of UCP including donations, volunteering, and other ways to share in the vision of UCP of Central Florida.
“The donations raised at the Faces Behind the Miracles Fundraising Breakfast help UCP provide support, education, and therapy to children and families,” said Wilkins.
A complimentary breakfast will be served and an inspirational program featured from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. including local families. RSVPs are required for admission by November 3rd at ucpcfl.org/faces, via e-mail to Ruth Scott at [email protected] or call (407) 852-3308.
About UCP of Central Florida:
UCP of Central Florida is the experts for children with special needs and provides support, education, and therapy services for children, with and without disabilities, ages birth through 21. Services are offered at six locations throughout Central Florida: downtown Orlando, East Orlando near UCF, Kissimmee, Lake Mary, Pine Hills and Winter Garden. More than 2,400 children and their families received services provided by UCP last year. For more information about programs and services, visit www.ucpcfl.org or call (407) 852-3300.