VIDEO: Holz Center To Host ‘Sunshine for Florida’ Fund Raiser To Benefit Victims of Recent Hurricanes
By Space Coast Daily // September 21, 2017
events will feature art created by children
SPACE COAST DAILY TV: Space Coast Daily speaks with several members of the Holz Center, including the founders and owners James and Pam Holz, about “Sunshine for Florida,” an upcoming fund raiser to benefit victims of recent hurricanes Harvey, Irma and now Maria.
BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – The Holz Center opened to the public in July and the Brevard County community is much better off now that the it’s founders, James and Pam Holz, have realized another part of their dream.
Located at the former Southern Photo building on 125 East Nasa Boulevard in Melbourne, “The Holz Center is designed to help as many children and adults as possible,” said Founder James Holz.
“It offers a variety of resources for children with any special needs, including ADD, mental disabilities, and physical disabilities. Our goal is to help bring together the Brevard community so that no one feels alone in their struggle.”
Holtz and his wife Pam also founded the Puzzle Box Academy in 2014, which features comprehensive, individualized education to Brevard County children with autism and other developmental delays.
Looking at every opportunity as a way to help the community, the Holz’s, their staff and the children they help educate are holding a fundraiser to help those that suffered the most following the most recent rash of hurricanes to include Harvey, Irma and now Maria.
The fundraiser, “Sunshinie for Florida” will feature art created by children with developmental delays which will be transformed into a digital format and sold to raise funds to help families.
If you have a child with a disability between the ages of five and 18, please join in the fun and help raise money.
There will be two sessions, with the first set to begin next Friday, Sept. 29 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.. The second session is Saturday, Sept. 30 from 10 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Anyone that would like to participate MUST REGISTER by clicking here.
If there are any teachers or artists that want to volunteer their time to help, please contact Silvia Hierro, Community Liaison at the Holz Center, by calling 321-265-4429 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. They will be sitting 10 kids per hour, with four to five adults.
The Holz Center is providing all the materials.
• Assistance and resources for those with disabilities
• On-site evaluations for children with developmental delays
• An A.B.A. therapy room
• Viewing room for parents to observe therapy in real time
• An onsite physician to assist with diagnoses
“The center includes a meeting space for not-for-profits to provide social programs and seminars,” said Holz.
SPACE COAST DAILY TV: Space Coast Daily’s Alan Zlotorzynski spoke with Holz Center Founder James Holz and Community Liaison Silvia Hierro, who led Space Coast Daily on a Spanish-guided tour of the Holz Foundation facilities. The Holz Center opened in mid-July. For more information call 321-216-3071 or email Info@holzfoundation.org
If history is indeed our greatest teacher, then there is little doubt that “Sunshine for Florida” will succeed and raise money for recent hurricane victims .
Last winter, the Foundation sponsored 3,000 Christmas shoeboxes for the children of Haiti, to bring hope to the youngest residents of the storm ravaged country. Recently, the Foundation sponsored more than $225,000 in scholarships for children attending Palm Bay’s Puzzle Box Academy for the 2016-2017 school year.
The Holz Foundation is a faith-based charitable organization dedicated to helping those who need support the most. The mission statement of The Holz Foundation is simply put: “Fulfilling the Great Commission.”
CLICK HERE, call 321-216-3071 or email Info@holzfoundation.org for more information.
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