Gifford Youth Achievement Center out to inspire a World of Kindness

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Pack up your pillows and blankets! In celebration of World Kindness Day, the Gifford Youth Achievement Center (GYAC) is planning a pop-up drive-in movie experience they hope will inspire a world of kindness. “As a non-profit focused on inspiring people of ages and backgrounds to reach their ultimate potential, kindness is intrinsic to our organization. With drive-in movie showings on the rise, we look forward to offering a safe, feel-good way to bring the community together,” says Angelia Perry, GYAC Executive Director.

The drive-in movie will take place at Riverside Park on Friday, November 13 at 6:00 p.m. To make admission affordable for families, GYAC will charge $10 per carload. Space is limited, masks are encouraged due to social distancing guidelines and food will be available for purchase.

Partnership opportunities are available and range from $2,500 for an exclusive presenting partnership to $500 for kindness partners. Benefits vary accordingly. Details can be found online at gyac.net.

“We hope that you will decide to join us as we set out to bring a message of hope and kindness to our neighbors,” proposes Peggy Gibbs, GYAC’s Director of Philanthropy.  “It’s just the message needed during these difficult times.”

Follow GYAC’s social media pages to find out which film they plan to feature on the big screen! For more information and to purchase admission, visit www.gyac.net.

About GYAC

Gifford Youth Achievement Center, a 501(c)(3), opened its doors in 1998 with the sole purpose of enhancing the academic performance of children in Indian River County. The nonprofit organization, governed by a volunteer board of directors, focuses on vulnerable students who live in the Gifford community and surrounding municipalities of Indian River County.  In addition to year-round educational programs and activities for youth, GYAC provides activities for adults and seniors citizens, such as exercise classes, bible study, and computer and educational training. The Center also hosts job fairs, health clinics, community gatherings and serves as an information hub for those in need of services.

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