MIAMI GARDENS, FL. –The Miami Dolphins Football UNITES™ program hosted its annual Holiday Toy Event presented by The Morgan Law Group for 23 South Florida families at Hard Rock Stadium on Tuesday, Dec. 13.
“We are proud to partner with the Miami Dolphins for the third year in a row for their 2022 Annual Holiday Toy Event,” said Thomas J. Morgan, Jr., Founding Partner of The Morgan Law Group. “We were so excited to bring joy and happiness to the children in our local South Florida community. We hope this event made the holiday season a little brighter for these families!”
Miami Dolphins players Liam Eichenberg, Jaelan Phillips and Trill Williams along with alumni, cheerleaders and staff engaged with over 100 local family members participating in holiday games and crafts, photos with Santa and watching movies. The group also enjoyed meals prepared by Miami Dolphins minority-owned partner Adam’s Catering. The event concluded with an unveil and distribution of holiday gifts purchased by the Miami Dolphins and The Morgan Law Group.
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“We are proud to partner with The Morgan Law Group to create another year of memorable experiences and provide families with extra support during the holidays,” Miami Dolphins Senior Director of Community Relations and Youth Programs RaShauna Hamilton said. “Along with our dedicated community partners, we understand the importance of being stewards of our community and hope this event provides some added holiday cheer.”
Families pre-selected by Football UNITES™ community partners including the 5000 Role Models, Asian American Advisory Board, Be Strong International, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Broward, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Miami-Dade, Breakthrough Miami, Dan Marino Foundation, David Posnack Jewish Community Center, Encouraging Dreamers Breaking Barriers, Generational Cure, Islamic Center of Greater Miami, King Carter Foundation, North Miami Beach Police Athletic League, North Miami Police Department, National Voices for Equality, Education and Enlightenment (NVEEE), Mexican American Council, Sant La Haitian Neighborhood Center, Special Olympics Florida, The Mavuno Project, Trayvon Martin Foundation, Urban League of Broward County, Young Women’s Christian Association Miami and Wounded Warrior Project participated in the event.