Events

Champions for Children

Award recipients and Trust President/CEO James R. Haj

 

The Children's Trust Champions for Children awards ceremony honors individuals and programs that have achieved greatness in their service to children and families. This annual, signature event has become one of the most coveted within the community of child advocates and in all of Miami-Dade County and serves as an inspiration to others to follow in the path of our award recipients.

2017 Excellence Award for
Direct Service to Children and Families

Download Nomination Form
Deadline: March 1, 2017

 

Champions for Children Sponsorships

For more information about sponsorship opportunities, write to emily@thechildrenstrust.org.

 

 

 

Our Champions for Children
2005 Bernard Perlmutter 2006 Hon. William E. Gladstone 2007 Tracy & Alonzo Mourning 2008 Lilia Garcia 2009 Helene Good
Bernard
Perlmutter
Hon. William E.
Gladstone
Tracy & Alonzo
Mourning
Lilia
Garcia
Helene
Good
2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
2010 Jean Caceres-Gonzalez 2010 Sister Lucia Ceccotti 2011 Robert Nolan 2012 Michael Alessandri 2013 Cheryl Little
Jean
Caceres-
Gonzalez
Sister
Lucia Ceccotti
Robert
Nolan
Michael
Alessandri,
Ph.D.
Cheryl Little
2010 2010 2011 2012 2013
Eduardo Bancalari 2016 Michael Duchowny      
Eduardo
Bancalari, M.D.
Michael
Duchowny, M.D.
     
2015 2016      

 The Children's Trust Champions for Children awards ceremony honors individuals and programs that have achieved greatness in their service to children and families. This annual, signature event has become one of the most coveted within the community of child advocates and in all of Miami-Dade County and serves as an inspiration to others to follow in the path of our award recipients.

 

 


Other Annual Events

The Children's Trust Family Expo!

The Children's Trust Family Expo, happening this year in September, is a daylong festival held at the Miami-Dade Fair & Expo Center. The event features activities and entertainment for the entire family in an effort to provide parents with direct contact to health and social services, as well as educational opportunities. The Expo attracts more than 15,000 visitors a year.

Activities include face painters, clowns, stilt walkers, magicians, storytellers, arts and crafts, bounce houses, rock climbing walls, and music and dance performances. Exhibits feature after-school and enrichment programs, nutrition education, injury prevention, programs for children with special needs, pre-K registration information, KidCare outreach, chess tournaments, a book fair, tennis and fencing, martial arts demonstrations, appearances by beloved storybook characters, mobile units offering community services and much more.

If you have any questions about the Expo, please email sandra@thechildrenstrust.org.