As we continue our recovery and cleanup efforts, please visit the Emergency website for the latest information on openings and closings in Miami-Dade County.
Through events such as “Rap Sessions,” the Miami-Dade Violence Intervention Project (VIP) helps young people share their experiences with violence and discover non-violent alternatives to their problems.
Events such as these are made possible in large part thanks to the donations of local businesses, organizations and individuals.
We’ve been able to put donated items and donated time to good use during our many events, which engage the young people in our community to find solutions to violence.
Business Community Contributors of Goods
Miami Heat; Publix Supermarkets; Winn-Dixie Stores; Pizza Hut; Dominos Pizza; Wal-Mart; Wing Zone, Miami Gardens; Snapper’s Restaurant, (5330 NW 17th Ave., Miami, FL); Pepsi Bottling Company; Puma; Popeye’s (1501 NW 20th Street, Miami, FL); Ragaman Haitian Energy Drinks; Construction Catering; Justice and Securities Strategies, Inc.; Pan American Grain, Inc; Eloy Diaz
The Kiskeya Herald; The Miami Herald; WLRN; The Miami Times; Channel 41 TV; Channel 10 TV; Channel 4 TV; 99JAMZ; WEDR Radio
The Children’s Trust; The United Way of Miami-Dade; The Gun Offender Program; Miami-Dade Police; City of Miami Police; Miami-Dade Public Schools; Miami-Dade Parks and Recreation; Homestead Police Department; Work America; ADMIT,Inc; Baypoint Schools; Miami Gardens/Opa-locka Coalition; Miami-Dade Public Defender’s Office; Regional Community Collaboration on Violence; Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office; Greater Miami Service Corps; Non-Violence Project, USA; Switch Board of Miami, The Miami Coalition; Miami-Dade Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation; Miami-Dade Department of Community Advocacy; Miami-Dade Department of Human Resources; The Peace Project
Community Service Organizational
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc; Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc; Girl Scout Troops 347,879,741; DADA, Inc; Coconut Grove Ministerial Alliance, Jesus Ministries Family Worship Center
Roxie Performing Arts Center; Speaking Hands; Unique Shades; “P-Doe”, Black Heritage Monuments, Inc; Girl Talk; “Double Threat”; “Group Project”, Team Player, Inc; Robert Bozeman; Michele Etienne; Jessica Joseph (Sister Love); Bigg Will; Rick Ross; Ace Hood; DJ Khaled; K Foxx; Ed Brown; Barbara Howard; Coach Randy Shannon, University of Miami; Sean Young; Rodney Bellinger; Artis Brown; Ramoncito; Freddie Coley, a/k/a “Devil Hater”; Thaddeus “The Creepa” Martin; Torian Richardson, Prentiss Hall PressBack to Top Page Last Edited: Wed Aug 24, 2016 2:52:30 PM
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