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National Day of Remembrance presented by Survivors Affected By Violence, JPB3 Foundation

Updated: Oct 5, 2022


On Sunday, September 25, The Jack P. III Foundation presented a National Day of Remembrance for families who lost their loved ones due to senseless gun and other violence.


The event included Florida City Government Official Mayor Otis Wallace. Vice Mayor Walter Thompson, Commissioner McGhee, Commissioner Bulter, Commissioner Gold Commissioner Berry, and Jennifer Bailey, Councilwoman of Homestead, Key Guest Speaker Tangela Sears, food, music, and hosted by John Dye, who blessed the event with his amazing vocals.


During the event, the founder Leatha Sherill-Bush honored mothers of victims, government officials, business owners, and New Hope members with a certificate of appreciation for their hard work and dedication.



The venue was decorated in extraordinary purple by First Impressions Events & More LLC.

The CEO of First Impressions Events & More LLC honored the founder of Survivors Affected By Violence, JPB3 Foundation, for her hard work and dedication she pours not only into the community but to the mothers of victims murdered by senseless violence.

Everyone gathered around The Garden of Love in remembrance of the victims. The Garden of Love is a memorial that serves as a place of grief, memory, and joy for families. Each tire has the name of the victims and plants which Sprout donated.


Check out some of the Flamboyant moments we captured below:



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