Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Takes Home Gold at ‘No Bad Days’ Kick Ball Tournament

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'No Bad Days Foundation' supports children in Brevard County that have medical disabilities

Yesterday members of the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office took part in the annual “No Bad Days” Kickball Tournament to help raise money for the “No Bad Days” Foundation that helps those in need right here in our own community. (BCSO image)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Members of the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office took part in the annual “No Bad Days” Kickball Tournament to help raise money for the “No Bad Days” Foundation that helps those in need right here in our own community.

Members of our agency from Corrections, Patrol, Crime Scene, and Investigations all volunteered to put together two kickball teams to compete against other organizations and businesses from around our community.

In the end our Corrections Team, “The Guardians” took home the first-place hardware after a hard-fought battle against the Florida Power and Light team in the finals with the final score being 1-0.

The No Bad Days Foundation supports children in Brevard County that have medical disabilities but are unable to acquire life-enhancing medical devices and other necessities.

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There are devices and equipment that could forever enhance the life of a child, but insurance companies may not agree that they are “medically necessary” and coverage is denied. When that happens, the No Bad Days Foundation is there to help.

I could not be more proud of our team members for all they do to help protect our community.

From what they do every day to keep our community safe to what they do at events like this to make our community so special, the men and women of our agency understand first hand that “it takes a community to protect a community.”

– Sheriff Wayne Ivey

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