Melbourne, Florida - The South Brevard Sharing Center announced that this year they will be bringing back one of their most popular events, Sharing Angels. Sharing Angels is a recognition breakfast hosted by SBSC to honor individuals and businesses who have made a lasting impact on the organization through their continued support, service and donations. All proceeds from the event go directly back to support the South Brevard Sharing Center’s mission, to support, strengthen and empower families to achieve self-sufficiency in south Brevard County, Florida.
This year Sharing Angels will recognize Darla Atkins with First Church Melbourne, Sharon Blackman, Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Uday and Shital Patel of Prime Care Pharmacy and AARP’s Project Director, Nancy Heller, for their dedication and support of the South Brevard Sharing Center. In Addition, SBSC will be recognizing long-time supporters, Strike Zone, Space Coast Association of Realtors, Kempf’s Jewelers, Health First and News13’s Greg Pallone.
“Everyday we see people in need who are going through some of the hardest times of their lives. Because of our honorees and everyone who supports South Brevard Sharing Center, those individuals receive the support and resources they need from friendly and caring individuals” says Tara Pariso, Executive Director at South Brevard Sharing Center. “Without our dedicated SBSC supporters, we wouldn’t be able to do the work that we do.”
Sharing Angels is sponsored by the Fountains of Melbourne and Space Coast LIVING Magazine. The event is being held at The Fountains of Melbourne on November 7, 2019 at eight-thirty in the morning. Tickets can be purchased for $30 online athttp://weblink.donorperfect.com/sharingangel2019.
To learn more about the South Brevard Sharing Center, visit www.mysbsc.org.
The South Brevard Sharing Center is a non-profit, community based agency whose mission is to support, strengthen and empower families to achieve self-sufficiency in south Brevard County, FLorida. This assistance includes food, clothing, household items and support to obtain prescriptions, utility and rent assistance, and other items through individualized case management services.