Good News Club Ministries is a not-for-profit 501 (c) (3) community service organization dedicated to help improve the quality of life in our community by providing services and innovative programs that address the needs of youth and their families.
Our goals are:
1. To increased the involvement of youth in community development activities.
2. To promote educational, cultural, recreational activities and create a positive environment that fosters improved self confidence and self esteem through experiences in sport activities.
3. To provide support and assistance to low income families and the homeless.
4. To provide resources, information and referral services to the Haitian and Haitian Americans throughout South Florida.
Good News Dance Team.
Annual Back To School Fest distributing back packs and school supplies to children in need.
Volunteers at the Food Pantry fixing boxes for families in need.
Community Food Pantry Distribution Day.
According to the U.S. Department of Education
During the school year, more than 21 million children rely on free and reduced school meals, but during the summer, only 3.8 million participate in the USDA's summer meals program.
This means that too many kids are at risk of hunger because they are out of school.But at Good News Community Center NO CHILD goes Hungry! Free Summer Meals!
Thanks to Toys For Tots "Hope For The The Holidays - 2014 Good News" was a great Success
1000 toys were distributed
to Children in the Community.
Community Food Pantry
The program targets low income families, who are at a disadvantage due to their economic, health, and educational status. The population of the target area, is a multi-ethnic area with an integrated mix of cultures, ages, races, and ethnic background. This population is comprised of approximately 43,250 residents with almost 2,000 households 21% Hispanics, 13% Whites, 60% Blacks, 3% Asians, and 4% other.Average income is $38,000, and of the 60% Blacks, there is approximately 45% Haitians residing in the target area.
We provide a safe environment for disadvantage/at-risk school age children and youth to socialize and engage in positive activities that develop and enhance their life skills.
Reverend Jean Berrouet, Sr.
United Teachers of Dade
United Teachers of Dade
Haitian American Nurses Association
Junior Executive Director
Tchesny Marcelin Pierre
This organization's financial statements were independently submitted and have not been verified by The Miami Foundation.