The friends and family of Coach Feis will have the opportunity to serve at Broward Partnership for the Homeless. Here volunteers will be making and serving lunch to the homeless population served there.
Coach Feis developed a relationship with each and every person who spent time with him. Whether it be his colleagues, the players he coached or even students he was responsible for disciplining, he was known and admired for his selflessness, his sense of humor and his consideration for the needs and well-being of others.
"Feis didn't have much but he always made sure this one kid was fed and out of a destructive environment," Feis's former colleague Justin Schster said." Coach Feis always stood by his side."
"He cared more about making us better players and better people than he did about winning," varsity football player Ajay Sasser said.
We hope to mirror his dedication to helping those around him by serving other at Broward Outreach Centers.
Since 1922 the Miami Rescue Mission | Broward Outreach Centers, The Caring Place, has served the homeless and needy of South Florida. Our Broward Outreach Centers were first established in 1992. Our Miami-Dade and Broward Centers serve over 1,300 men, women, and children each day. There are approximately 800 people enrolled in our residential life-changing programs. At the heart of these decades of serving those in the greatest need are our core values.
In 2017 Supporters of the BOC:
Provided 970,000 nutritious meals!
Provided 370,000 nights of safe shelter!
Had over 9,000 Volunteers
provide over 90,000 Volunteer Hours!
Helped over 850 men and women find jobs!
Provided special programs for over 200 kids during the year!
Encouraged over 23,000 people in need through outreaches!
Saw 140 formerly homeless men and women
attend Graduation Ceremony!
To learn more about Broward Outreach Center, please go to: www.browardoutreachcenter.org
To donate items to create homeless care kits to benefit Broward Outreach Center, shop the Amazon Wish List HERE.
*information and quotes provided by the Eagle Eye Newspaper