Jewelry Workshops with Eskaton Senior Living Community.
Fly Brave's adults on the autism spectrum and the residents of Eskaton collaborate in learning how to make various forms of jewelry. The unique pieces created in this workshop are sold at Article Consignment Boutique in East Sacramento. The proceeds help to fund our program.
Do you have a young adult interested in joining us? If so, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We meet on the second Friday of each month at Eskaton.
May 11, 2018, June 8, 2018, July 13, 2018
Eskaton Monroe Lodge
3225 Freeport Blvd
Sacramento, CA 95822
Fly Brave partnered with the Elk Grove Police Department, AMPT Fitness, Freedom Tribe Fitness, and SacTown Running to offer a FREE 6-week fitness program for kids/teens/adults with autism and other developmental disabilities in Elk Grove, CA. It was such a success, we are implementing it once again with the PD in the Fall.
We aim to take this program to every law enforcement agency in the surrounding area.
The Fly Brave Foundation
Fly Brave's Got Talent
We put on our first talent show on April 14, 2018 at the 24th Street Theater.
Thank you to Cambi Brown, Good Day Sacramento, for emceeing and performing in the show; Dave Soto Productions for capturing the memories on film; the Battimarco family and St. Elizabeth's Catholic Church for the donation of space to hold rehearsals; and the Eiselt and Castles families for running equipment and production.
To view photos from the event, click here.
Thank you Bogle Winery: $1900!
Promotion on CBS13 News, click here.
Fashion Show/Silent Auction: $15,000
Sacramento Food Co-op, Council-member Jeff Harris, Palmer Kazanjian, RacknRoad,
Catita's Mobile Beauty Services, AMPT Gym, Chris Hunt Construction, Tim Collum Gallery, Allie Studio
Golf & Guitars hosted by KNCI
Thanks to the kindness of KNCI Country Radio and Paper Clouds Apparel, Fly Brave has been selected as the charity to receive a portion of the proceeds from the Golf and Guitars Event on May 22, 2018.
Pat Still's sons (KNCI) designed this shirt. Lucas used our logo to create it and Demitri, who is on the autism spectrum, colored it in. The proceeds from this shirt directly benefit our program.
We have a small t-shirt workshop in=house. Our adults on the autism spectrum create t-shirts/sweatshirts with a vinyl cutter and heat press to to sell through vendor opportunities to keep the program going. These workshops provide 1) a social outlet; 2) involvement within the community; 3) life skills through inventory processing, cash management and customer interaction. Our product has sold at Meristem, St. Elizabeth's Catholic Church, La Pena Cultural Center (Berkeley), FEAT walk, the Sacramento Drive In, David Lubin's Garden Tour, Article Consignment Boutique and recently our biggest venue yet, Country in the Park hosted by KNCI.
Thank you KNCI!
Country in the Park
We sold 200 shirts at this event on May 12th.
We will set up our t-shirt booth once again at Pet-A-Palooza on June 10th at Elk Grove Regional Park from 9-5 pm. The proceeds from this event will benefit our Fly Fit program, a fitness program for kids/teens/adults with developmental disabilities in collaboration with Elk Grove Police.
Social Skills Workshops through Improv and Acting
We secured a grant through the ABS Foundation in 2017 to host a free 10 week social skills workshop through improv and acting.
It was such a huge success, we are bringing it back in May 2018.
If you are interested in this workshop, please email us at email@example.com.