The So Cal Group Supports Red Nose Day!

The So Cal Group supported Red Nose Day again! The team had a great time participating in the fun-raiser to benefit children’s charities. The Red Nose Day Campaign raises awareness and money to help kids who need support at home and around the world. Red Nose Day is on a mission to lift kids out of poverty and has raised over $1 billion globally in the last 25 years. To learn more, check out http://rednoseday.org/

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The So Cal Group Gives Back…Bowling for Operation Smile.

The So Cal Group participated in a night of charity cosmic bowling this week. The proceeds are being added to a fund to help sponsor a mission trip with Operation Smile next summer. Check out The So Cal Group’s Operation Smile page.

Bowling for Op Smile 2012

The So Cal Group Gives Back…Thanksgiving in a Backpack

The So Cal Group collected food items to provide Thanksgiving dinner to the less fortunate this holiday season. The company collected canned goods, specific boxed items and clothing and teamed up with a local church. The church helped distribute the items to local schools and families.

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The So Cal Group Gives Back… Feeding Skid Row

The So Cal Group purchased, prepared and passed out meals to individuals in Downtown Los Angeles. The team gave out over 300 lunches within twenty minutes! Thank you to all who donated their time and resources! See the video on YouTube. 


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The So Cal Group Gives Back…Charity Basketball Tournament

The So Cal Group participated in a 3 on 3 charity basketball tournament over the weekend. The So Cal Group took home the trophy this year and was able to help raise over $1500 for Operation Smile. That’s something to smile about!

3 on 3 basketball

The So Cal Group Gives Back…at Komen’s Walk For the Cure

The So Cal Group teamed up with The Aventura Sailing Association for their Second Annual Susan G. Komen Walk for the Cure over the weekend. The Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure Series raises funds and awareness for the fight against breast cancer. Hundreds of people attended and each was asked to donate $15 minimum to the cause. Participants enjoyed food, drinks, a raffle and free admission to the Ocean Institute that day. Read the full article.

Walk for the Cure