MIAMI (March 16, 2016)—Terra Group and The Related Group, the development team bringing the Park Grove community to the Coconut Grove neighborhood come 2018,gave back to its future community by sponsoring the kids at Coconut Grove Cares to an evening of fun and sports—over 100 of them.
The pre-construction development, which also happens to be the future home of a key figure from the Miami Heat, rented two buses and purchased over 100 tickets to bring the kids of Coconut Cares to watch the city’s most beloved team.
David Martin, President and Co-founder of Terra Group and Cathy Strafaci, Director of Sales at Park Grove, gave the kids their tickets to the game at the Barnyard at Coconut Grove Cares, who, in turn, presented them with a big thank you card for taking them to the game.
The buses then shuttled the kids off to American Airlines Arena for the Heat game and returned them back to the Barnyard at Coconut Grove Cares following for their parents to then bring them home.
This is the first in a series of efforts for the future residency, Park Grove, to give back to its community.
More about Coconut Grove Cares: Coconut Grove Caresis a not for profit organization dedicated to building a better community for the children and families in the Village West Coconut Grove. Its Barnyard community center is a safe, supervised place for neighborhood children. Through The Barnyard, Coconut Grove Cares offers free after-school and summer programs to children ages 5-13. The Barnyard is an alternative to the streets and the crippling realities of unemployment, poverty, violence, teenage pregnancy, and drugs–which are now exacerbated by the relentless pressure of gentrification.