The Miami Dolphins Youth Programs’ mission is to emphasize the importance of education, physical fitness and positive choices for kids in a safe and fun environment.
One hundred students from Sterling Elementary, Glades Middle School, Phillis Wheatley Elementary and Gertrude K. Edelman/Sabal Palm Elementary School enjoyed dinner, received a Dolphins T-shirt and had a chance to play games alongside the Dolphins players.
Volunteers participated in a 24-hour food sort-a-thon with Feeding South Florida and a beautification project a Tropical Park with the Miami-Dade Parks Foundation.
The Miami Dolphins Community Service Academy Powered by AARP Foundation provided the opportunity to earn 40 community service hours in just one week.
Local students dedicate at least one week of their summer break to help impact others and the communities in which we live.
Beautification projects were included in this week’s Community Service Academy where we helped clean up Zoo Miami, Vizcaya and Crandon Park.
This was the first of five training rides in the lead up to DCC VII on February 11, 2017.
For the second consecutive year, the Pro Bowl wide receiver returned to his high school in Louisiana to share his story with kids as well as teach them the game of football.