is a countywide day of service where Firewall's 400+ students, their mentors, and volunteers engage in meaningful projects like feeding the homeless, cleaning up parks, and packaging meals for the hungry.
“It was powerful to see students that come from poverty and difficult circumstances not only enthusiastically give of themselves, but also raise money to support Firewall. This event truly taught them what servant leadership is all about,” said Andy Fernandez, founder of Firewall.
Serve-A-Thon also acts as a tool to provide much-needed funding for Firewall students and their mentoring and leadership development.
2017 Service Project Locations
Lanscaped at the Davie Police and Fire Station
Served food to the homeless in downtown Fort Lauderdale
Painted at the Davie Rodeo Grounds
Cleaned and beautified Pompano Beach Middle
Broward’s Children Center
Davie’s Pine Island Park
Hope South Florida – God’s Little Lambs Childcare Center