48in48 has kicked off the year in Miami! The weekend prior to the Super Bowl (January 24-26, 2020), volunteers and sponsors like Miami Super Bowl LIV Host Committee, NFL Huddle for 100, Ultimate Software, Slalom, FIU, Miami Dolphins, Miami Marlins and even Zak The Baker came together at WeWork to create an amazing event and serve nonprofit organizations. A special Thank You to Jeb & Company for all the event photos and the amazing recap video. Check out the Photo Gallery! After 48 hours of hard work and collaboration, their dedication resulted in a massive impact!

Watch the Recap Video

Congratulations to the 48in48 Super Service Winners! 

1st Place Winner - Mahogany Youth
Super Team Members: Sheldon Francis, Ryan Hall, Cari Perez, Herby Garcia, John Kidd, and Daniel Dartnell 

Teach a child to fish and feed him for a lifetime. Our passion is to bring Miami’s vulnerable youth to the ocean to keep them off the streets and out of gang violence. Through marine science exploration, water sports and fishing, we offer them a sanctuary for healing; a space to learn how to react to life’s challenges; and the skills to empower them to build a better future.
2nd Place Winner - Dream Day Foundation
Super Team Members: Alberto V, Keith Briggs, Bruno Torquato, Francesca Landis, Natalia Gonzalez, Wendy Aleman Martinez, Exequiel Sliba, Eric Bandin

The inspiration for the Dream Day Foundation came from a visit to the camp last year with actress Amber Heard and SAMS, the Syrian American Medical Society, which provides free medical care to Syrian refugees. While at the camp, Todd Krim, met with dozens of kids who reside at the camp and was heartbroken to learn that there is no formal music education or programming at the camp.
3rd Place Winner - Casa Materna 
Super Team Members: Alberto V, Keith Briggs, Bruno Torquato, Francesca Landis, Natalia Gonzalez, Wendy Aleman Martinez, Exequiel Sliba, Eric Bandin

The Casa Materna Project seeks to provide critically needed medical services and education to impoverished mothers and babies in the rural mountain region of San Juan La Laguna, Guatemala. Due to the remoteness of the area, the lack of affordable maternal and newborn medical services, and the traditional preference for home births, this region has one of the highest maternal mortality ratios (338 per 100,000 live births) in the Western hemisphere.
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2020 Upcoming Events

48in48 is currently setting dates and locations for all of our 2020 Events! Below is a list of cities for 2020, keep an eye out for more information and to sign up for an event near you!

Click to Volunteer!
48in48 would like to thank the Miami WordPress community for their support during our 2nd Annual Super Service Event in South Florida. We were excited to have some of Miami’s best WP guru’s volunteer at our event during the weekend of Jan 24. Thank you so much for helping make our 1st event in South Florida a success. Thanks to Jesse Velez for his onsite support and David Bisset for helping advertise our event. 
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