We Support the following Charitable Organizations


101 Club

Since 1959 the 101 Club has been hosting members and groups of AA and other 12-step programs. Today they host 26 meetings per week and remain a safe haven for individuals who credit the clubhouse and fellowship for saving their lives.



4KIDS brings hope to babies, kids, teens, and young adults by providing safe and secure environments for healing, equipped parents and caregivers who are trained to love kids from hard places, essential resources to meet their physical needs, nurturing counsel to help them thrive, and a renewed sense of value in their hearts.


A Safe Haven for Newborns

A Safe Haven for Newborns is a 24/7 multilingual statewide referral helpline to assist pregnant girls/women in crisis to provide quick, confidential one-on-one assistance.


Ashanti Cultural Arts

Ashanti provides communities with premier programs in literacy, music, dance and wellness classes. This is achieved through arts in education, after school programs, summer camps, wellness programs, and main stage productions.


The Boys & Girls Club

The Boys & Girls Club enables all youth, especially those most in need, to reach their full potential as productive, caring and responsible citizens. The organization works to help members get on track to graduate from high school with a plan for the future, demonstrating good character and citizenship, along with living a healthy lifestyle


Broward Children’s Center

Broward Children’s Center has been providing medical, educational, therapeutic, recreational, daily living, and advocacy services through our network of care to infants, children, and young adults with special health care needs. BCC currently serves over 1,200 individuals each year.


Broward Sheriff's Office

Back to School Event at Apollo Park: Helping to start kids off right as they go back to school, BSO provides backpacks with essential school supplies to kids in August.
Christmas Extravaganza: The E. Pat Larkins Community Center is transformed into a Christmas wonderland that welcomes hundreds of children to a wonderful evening of holiday fun.



Dynamos is a Pompano Beach based organization that holds a weekly recreational program for developmentally disabled kids and adults. 


Good Karma Pet Rescue

Good Karma Pet Rescue supports dogs and cats in need in South Florida and beyond, offering them shelter, care, and love until their forever homes find them. They help curb pet overpopulation and suffering by supporting spay/neuter programs and maintain responsible rescue practices.


Honor Flight

Honor Flight transports America’s Veterans to Washington, DC to visit those memorials dedicated to honor the service and sacrifices of themselves and their friends.


Lighthouse Point Library

The Lighthouse Point Library was established for the purpose of providing community members of all ages with informational, recreational, cultural, and educational enrichment through access to print materials, digital resources, current technologies, services, programs, and a professional library staff.


Salvation Army

Every holiday season our club is out ringing the bell to support The Salvation Army. The money dropped in a red kettle goes right back into your local community.


Sample-McDougald House

The Sample-McDougald House is a 4,700 square feet historic home in Pompano Beach, Florida, built in 1916. It is currently located at 450 Northeast 10th Street, but was originally built on Dixie Highway and moved to its present location by the Sample-McDougald House Preservation Society in 2001.



ShelterBox is an international, nonprofit organization that responds immediately, by providing humanitarian relief in the form of supplies that bring hope, independence and a sense of normalcy to the most vulnerable people.


Special Olympics 

Special Olympics provides year-round sports training and competition to children and adults 8 years of age and older with intellectual and developmental disabilities.



Woodhouse is a co-ed residential facility for adults with intellectual disabilities coupled with extreme medical or behavioral challenges. The 24 residents all receive 24-hour nursing care, personal care and teaching as an alternative to institutional living. Woodhouse teaches self-care skills, community safety, home maintenance, heath maintenance, and healthy expressions of emotions. 

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