2019 FCAA Essay Contest

… A Place Where Lives Are Changed!

2019 Annual Meeting and Sustaining Campaign Highlights

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On January 12, 2019, FCAA held its 35th Annual Meeting and Sustaining campaign.  This year’s theme was “Wakanda on the Move at FCAA.” 

The event was a huge success!!  Guests included Board Members, staff, as well as other friends and families of FCAA.

 

School Board Member Dr. Steve Gallon III of District 1 was this year’s Keynote speaker, delivering a powerful message. 

FCAA was also honored with the privilege of having Judge Orlando Prescott of the Eleventh District Judicial Circuit of Florida

perform the installation of the officers and members of FCAA’s 2019 Board of Directors. 

Rev. Dr. Jimmy L. Bryant, of Antioch Missionary Baptist Church of Liberty City provided

the blessing of the food at the luncheon and gave thanks for God’s provision.

What Makes FCAA Different From Others?

Longevity in the Community

Founded in 1984, FCAA is an organization designed to help youths and their families use their personal assets to achieve independence.

Dedicated Staff

FCAA employs a staff of more than 150 individuals, providing services to over 1,500 individuals daily at more than 15 locations throughout South Florida.

Solid Programs and Services

FCAA continues to build upon its reputation as an organization that gets things done and changes the lives of those served. Through its Family Services, Youth Development and Sports programs, FCAA continues to provide services that promote independence and success for individuals.

The Family Christian Association of America, Inc. is committed to giving back to the community it serves!

Services we Provide:

Head Start and Early Head Start
FREE!

Child must be at least 3 years old by September 1, 2018. Apply at one of our centers.

Before & After School
At Various Schools

Before and After School Care services are offered at various sites.

Health & Wellness/Sports
Year-Round

Learn team and individual sports, teamwork, and other positive skills.

Youth Development
At Various Schools

Provides positive direction, training, and encouragement to youth.