Beaches Town Center Fashion Show benefits Dreams Come True
The merchants of Beaches Town Center are coming together at Hotel Palms on Thursday, October 20 at 6 pm to raise money for Dreams Come True. This 4th annual community event brings everyone together for a night of shopping, fashion, and fun! Come at 6 to shop the pop-ups, which include Jaffi’s, DRIFT, T-Dubs, Palmetto, Bali, The Locals Box and Couture Jems. Stay for the Fashion Show, which kicks off at 7:30p. Tickets are limited and all proceeds benefit Dreams Come True.
Annual Dreams Come True 5K kicks off -- virtually
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Dreams Come True is still running its annual 5K fundraiser -- but the nonprofit has made some changes in light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. “This is a flexible, safe, option during these times, while still raising money for the dreams of local children,” Dreams Come True said. Once you register, you will receive a DCT5K mask, and Dreams Come True will donate a mask to one of its health care partners in your honor. Participants will have the chance to earn a 2020 DCT5K shirt by raising $150 or more through their fundraising page. But Dreams Come True highly encourages everyone to post/share pictures and more on social media during the official race period to help spread the word.
Hundreds run for good cause during annual Dreams Come True event
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Running for a good cause was what hundreds of people were doing for Dreams Come True, an annual event for children with life-threatening conditions. The goal is to bring a smile to children's faces while they are dealing with some of the toughest challenges life can bring. "So it helps them get through it with a smile on their face and it makes me happy to see their smile." There were many smiling faces as money is being raised for the cause that helps the dreams of these children come true. Channel 4 and PRI Productions partner with Dreams Come True for its annual events.
Dream comes true: Jumbo Shrimp stadium cleared for father-son duo
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Imagine going with a friend to watch the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp baseball game, and you're the only two people in the stadium! Josh Riberio, nicknamed Junior, and his father, Josh Riberio Sr., were excited to see the Jumbo Shrimp take on the Pensacola Blue Wahoos. It's -- I don't really have words for it," Josh Riberio said. Josh Riberio had to stop playing baseball two years ago to undergo treatment. All Jumbo Shrimp fans were welcomed into the ball park at the end of the fifth inning to share Josh Riberio's night at the ballpark.