SUNNY Across Central Florida
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Help improve the health of babies by participating in the 2015 March for Babies on April 25th. The 3 mile walk/run starts at Lake Eola and goes through downtown Orlando ending in Thornton Park.
Harbor House of Central Florida’s 5th Annual Paws for Peace Walk, April 25th at Blue Jacket Park in Baldwin Park, raises awareness about the impact of domestic abuse on pets and their owners. 48 percent of […]
Shepherd’s Hope is a nonprofit organizations that provides medical services to uninsured and underserved Central Floridians. Volunteer doctors and nurses treat, low-income patients in need of non-emergency medical care on a first-come, first-served basis
The It’s Just Yoga Health and Fitness Festival is coming to Central Florida on April 19th at Cranes Roost Park at Uptown Altamonte from 11 a.m to 5 p.m.. Donations benefit New Hope for Kids which helps children and families suffering from grief, loss or life-threatening illness.
The IOA Corporate 5k, Orlando’s largest 5k run/walk, is set for Thursday, April 16th at 7:15 p.m. at Lake Eola. Proceeds benefit the Track Shack Foundation whose mission is to promote health and fitness by funding youth athletics and sports programs.
The More Than Just Me Foundation is an organization that uses adventure to raise awareness and funds for Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, the homeless, and helping orphans get the proper education around the world.
The Florida Department of Health in Seminole County is celebrating National Health Week with the Live, Work, Move Seminole 5K and Health Expo on April 11th. The purpose of the event, which takes place at […]
Since 2005, the Center for Independent Living’s Rampage 2015 event has been building wheelchair accessible ramps for people with disabilities in Central Florida who can not afford to modify their homes.
Seminole State College is celebrating its 50th year as a community college. Seminole State College provides learning experiences for high school graduates as well as adults seeking to enhance their skills through adult education classes.
The American Heart Association is advocating teaching evidence-based, hands on CPR to students before they graduate. Florida would be one of 20 states that teach CPR in high school if a State Senate and House sponsored bill is passed.