Orlando United Day: A Day of Love and Kindness
To continue the spirit of giving and good deeds witnessed in the aftermath of the tragedy at Pulse nightclub, “Acts of Love and Kindness” is a homegrown movement that inspires the Orlando community and beyond to engage in volunteerism, share their stories and show love by supporting those still in need. Orlando United Day, is dedicated to honoring the memory of the 49 taken, supporting survivors and recognizing the compassion and love displayed by our community.
Individuals, groups and businesses are encouraged to participate on June 12 in Acts of Love and Kindness. Whether in Central Florida, across the state of Florida, or around the world, showing love and kindness is something we all have the power to do. Be inspired by the 49 Acts of Love created by parents of the 49 taken to share how they would like to see love and kindness on this day.
ACT. Be a host organization for citizen volunteers. Give others the opportunity to lend a hand and get involved to help our community.
LOVE. Share your story of how June 12th touched your life, and the life of your organization. Connect on social media: #ActLoveGive
GIVE. Show your company’s generosity and kindness by giving to one of our designated local charities.
Join the Central Florida Chapter of the Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association and the Orlando After-School All-Stars on June 12, 2017, to show unity by supporting Summer of Dreams.
Round up your check
Round up your check to the nearest dollar amount and we will donate your change to the cause. For a list of participating restaurants, click here.
About Summer of Dreams
Summer of Dreams has helped thousands of K-12 homeless students in Central Florida. This free 10-week program provides homeless youth with meals, academic enrichment and mentoring. It keeps these children safe and helps them succeed in school and in life. Summer of Dreams is a subsidiary of After-School All-Stars and the City of Orlando.
Since 2011, Summer of Dreams has served 7,881 homeless students in Orange, Seminole, and Osceola counties.