OMNI at the Farmworker Student Recognition Ceremony in Homestead, Fl
Cinco de Mayo is a beautiful holiday that commemorates Mexican culture and heritage. This fun and colorful day is celebrated in many regions of the U.S., particularly in areas with large Mexican-American populations, such as Florida.
This year’s Cinco de Mayo, however, we decided to mark the date in a different way, perhaps a more helpful one. We joined the Golf Tournament organized by the Mexican American Council (MAC) at Topgolf Miami Doral. This tournament was a unique opportunity to raise funds for the Farmworker Student Scholarship, aimed to fund quality education for farmworker children.
MAC’s main goal is to advance the living standards of farmworker youth by breaking the cycle of poverty through education, the arts, and civic engagement. MAC is a well-respected advocate of community issues and an agent of positive change for promoting cultural and civic engagement with a record of over 30 years of service in the community.
Last night we attended the Farmworker Student Recognition Ceremony in Homestead, Fl. We’re proud to support the Mexican American Council in their mission: to ensure that every farmworker child be provided a quality education and access to the arts for a brighter future.