This past Saturday, Silent Victims of Crime leaders attended the "family Fun Day" at History Miami Museum. The children embarked on a historical journey touching on hurricane Andrew and Miami in the 1920s. We learned about overcoming hardship and prevailing. We enjoyed hands-on activities and story time. It was a Saturday well spent where the parents interacted and bonded with their children. A huge thank you to Cache Daily for organizing the day so effortlessly. You are the best!
More than 15,000 children have an incarcerated parent in Miami Dade alone. Parental incarceration is a traumatic childhood experience, which often creates economic adversity and family instability which sometimes can lead to future criminal behavior. Silent Victims of Crime’s mission is to assis...
We built a human size checker/chess board at Omni Park with the great help of #handsonmiami! Thank you to everyone who helped! We cannot wait to bring the kids there for fierce competitions and lots of fun. This is a first taste of Imagination Park!
Thank you #Walmart Thank you #lionsclub. We had a GREAT time shopping for back to school supplies and winning tablets! We learned how to budget and enjoyed a wonderful lunch kindly provided by #olivegarden.
Thank you Channel 7 News for this wonderful segment on Tinkerbel and our prison bonding visitations at Everglades Correctional Institution. This piece really shows the impact of what we do. Please let us know your thoughts.