The Cutler Bay Business Association (CBBA) filled a large SUV with toys, books and gifts for underprivileged children during the organization’s annual Holiday Party and Toy Drive.
The CBBA partnered with the Cutler Bay Policing Unit and local businesses to spread the holiday cheer in the community. Each contributed their resources and talents to make the seventh annual Toy Drive a success.
“The Cutler Bay Business Association is committed to the community,” said Jonathan Wilson, CBBA president. “We always look for a way to give back to our neighbors in need, including children and youth. We are eager to see their faces when they receive their presents.”
Police officers joined the event in their uniforms, proudly showing support for the cause. DJ Jonny played live music to set the mood with holiday tunes, while Santa shared a few magic tricks with children and adults.
“With more than 70 guests in attendance, we easily filled up the SUV, that the Dadeland Dodge Dealership contributed, with toys,” Wilson continued. “We’re happy to host an event that welcomes CBBA members and families to give back to neighbors in need, including children and youth. They are the future of our city. When we give back to those who are less fortunate than us, we continue building up and cultivating Cutler Bay.”
Throughout the year, the CBBA hosts networking luncheons and events that enhance business development in the community. Members represent a variety of industries, which shows the potential of Cutler Bay’s business growth.
For more information visit www.cutlerbaybusiness.org.
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