Special Events

  • 2017
  • 2017
  • Image

 

The education of a well-rounded child involves more than reading, writing and arithmetic.  We believe that exposing students to cultural experiences enriches their education and them find their passion for learning.  The programs we offer are varied and meaningful, from a trip to the ball game, to holiday concerts to tours of the Daytona International Speedway.  Here are some past highlights:

  • Money Smart Banking program visited three schools in 2012-2013.  Money Smart Banking is an interactive banking program offered by the United Way's Campaign for Working Families designed to teach students how to budget, the importance of saving, how to use bank services to protect money, and how to be a smart shopper.
  • Food Brings Hope hosted a "Sports & Nutrition Day" at Westside Elementary School.  Community experts in various areas of fitness and nutrition led 200 students in exercises and nutritional instruction.  A hot dinner was also provided.
  • FBHonors students from Westside Elementary and Campbell Middle School were recognized at a Honors banquet at Plantation Bay's Club De Bonmont. The celebration included awards, remarks from Food Brings Hope Founder and Chairwoman Forough B. Hosseini and principals Judi Winch and Craig Zablo, and a video and awards presentation commemorating the students' achievements. The students also received gift cards and a short presentation on dining etiquette.
  • Four hundred students celebrated the end of the school year at the Daytona International Speedway's Daytona 500 Club.  Upon arriving at the track, students were taken on tram tours of the track.  They enjoyed a lunch provided by Sodexo, music offered by a local DJ, played games and won prizes.  The highlight was a keynote address by ISC CEO Lisa Kennedy who was joined by her son, Ben.  Awards and gift cards were presented to two "citizens of the year" from each school. 

 


ICI Homes Tour 2016

ICI Homes Tour 2016

 Over 125 middle school students were treated as VIPs during a construction tour of ICI Homes’ Plantation Bay community in Ormond Beach.

 “I have never seen the framing of a home before”, said Sara Gordon, a sixth grader at Holly Hill K-8 School. “It was really cool to see what is behind the walls in a house.”

 TeenZone participants and chaperones from all five of the Food Brings Hope partnered middle schools were in attendance. Those schools include Campbell, Holly Hill K-8 School, New Smyrna Beach, Ormond Beach, and Southwestern.

 ICI Homes’ building professionals answered questions and lead students through each stage of the homebuilding process; from foundation to completed project. Students were able to walk through a newly framed home before moving next door to a home with the addition of dry wall.

 “Our message was that teamwork is the core of what we do.” said ICI Homes Construction Manager, Tim MacFarlane. “We all have to look out for one another to get the job done. If they keep that mindset, then they can accomplish anything.”

 The tour continued to include a newly finished home complete with granite counters, stainless steel appliances, and finished hardwood and carpeted floors. In each home, students and chaperones were guided through each room learning the details of the building of it and then were allowed to explore the outside property.

 Lunch was catered by Planation Bay’s Club de Bonmont and served by Food Brings Hope volunteers.

 “This tour is one of the many enrichment activities that we provide to our FBH students to highlight different professions and possibly create some interest in a new trade,” said Judi Winch, Food Brings Hope Executive Director. “This is the second year we have taken our TeenZone students on this tour. Last year, we only had 25 students involved. We are excited the opportunity this year has grown to include over 125 children!”

 After lunch, the students got back on their buses for a guided tour of the entire Plantation Bay community before participating in an exciting, competitive scavenger hunt in one of the model homes.


Hosseini Family Foundation
100% of Food Brings Hope overhead is paid for by the Hosseini Family Foundation!
100% of donations to Food Brings Hope directly benefit students.
2379 Beville Road, Daytona Beach, FL 32119 / (386) 843-1161
Site Map | Privacy Policy
© 2017 Food Brings Hope, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
food_24