The army of Brevard Veterans Memorial Center volunteers have grown to almost 100 individuals who work at the museum, library, store, vet support activities and management and maintenance of the Center and the adjoining 82-acre Veterans Memorial Park. […]
For decades George Taylor Sr. and his team at National Veterans Homeless Support have been taking care of homeless veterans in our community and working closely with every organization possible to improve the lives of veterans throughout Brevard County. […]
Crosswinds’ Youth Shelter has received a new roof for their important facility in Cocoa, from two caring and generous Brevard county companies. Crosswinds’ has provided a temporary home and loving, heartfelt care for thousands of children in Brevard County or decades. […]
Don’t miss today’s exciting programming live from the Mike Erdman Cadillac Space Coast Daily TV studios on Merritt Island that will feature Brevard County leaders discussing a variety of issues that affect your life here on Florida’s Space Coast. The Space Coast Daily–Friday Night Locker Room Mike Erdman Cadillac Studios are located at 110 S. Plumosa Street in Merritt Island, Florida. […]
Space Coast McDonald’s owner-operator Samuel Houston has restaurants throughout Melbourne and Palm Bay, and as part of his contribution to the community during the COVID-19 pandemic, he and his crew have been feeding the emergency room and operating room staff at the Holmes Regional Medical Center every Wednesday for two shifts, and will continue until the end of the health crisis. […]
Cheryl Cominsky has been selected as the new Executive Director of The Children’s Hunger Project, bringing to the position a diverse background of operations expertise, sales management, and volunteerism. […]
Nowhere in Erin Harvey’s job description is picking up day-old sandwiches at WaWa to feed hungry children, or sourcing peanut butter. As Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida’s Development Officer for Brevard County, Harvey typically spends her days raising funds to support Club operations, and planning donor stewardship outreach and events. […]
Due to the recent COVID-19 restriction on public gatherings Crosswind Youth Services will hold an exciting virtual rendition of their 22nd Annual Great Brevard Duck Race on Saturday, March 28, as viewers can watch an animated version of the race Live on SpaceCoastDaily.com starting at 3:30 p.m. […]
The Eastern Florida State College Foundation recently announced receipt of a $1,500 donation from the Cape Kennedy Corvette Club.
The Northrop Grumman Foundation and the National Science Teaching Association (NSTA) announced the selection of 26 middle school science, technology, and engineering teachers from across the country as 2019–20 Teacher Fellows in the Northrop Grumman Foundation Teachers Academy.
I want to personally thank everyone who attended our 4th Annual Space Coast Public Service Awards!
Quarters for Conservation (Q4C), the Zoo’s initiative that allows guests to “vote” on one of three conservation projects to receive funding, is changing in the new year.
Canaveral Port Authority once again partnered with Toys for Tots and the Marine Corps Reserve this Christmas season, donating dozens of unwrapped toys for children.
The Force is strong – Rock Paper Simple is set to feature a special showing of the Friday evening premiere of ‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’ as part of the Galactic Fundraiser at The Courtyard At The Oaks in Melbourne.
Held Saturday Dec. 7, at the Space Coast Health Foundation’s Center for Collaboration, the formal event gave guests the opportunity to learn more about the Children’s Advocacy Center of Brevard (CACB), its efforts on behalf of children in the community and also to meet the staff and tour its facilities.
State Farm Insurance has awarded a $5,000 grant to Cocoa Beach Jr/Sr High School to help their Fitness, Health and Wellness Programs.
The Eastern Florida State College Foundation has received a $4,500 grant from an anonymous donor through the Community Foundation for Brevard.
Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey, Space Coast Daily’s Person of the Year, must have the ability to clone himself, for he seems to be everywhere at once. Unless you don’t get out much, you would run into Sheriff Ivey at the myriad fundraisers he supports.