Welcome Pine Hills Wellness Program to He Got Up!

We want to Welcome Pine Hills Wellness Program to He Got Up! They will be out in full force April 9th! Make sure you stop by their booth to see how they can help you on your path to...

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Update from our Jobs and Education Chairman, Parker Antoine

We are excited to provide an update from our Jobs and Education Chairman, Parker Antoine. “The 2017 He Got Up celebration will be home to a robust Jobs & Education area – bringing together local organizations from education, business and...

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He Got Up 2017 is shaping up to be bigger and better than ever.

Katie Reeley has this exciting news to share with us from the Health and Wellness Committee. The vision of the Health and Wellness section at He Got Up is to connect guests with community resources that allow them to obtain...

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Celebrity Gala & Golf Day

Orlando Serve Foundation welcomes you to participate in a wonderful 2-day event at The Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes on March 2-3, 2017. The event will benefit the underserved of our tri-county area of Orange, Osceola, and Seminole counties. This event...

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Donate $17 For He Got Up 2017

On behalf of Orlando Serve Foundation we invite you to be part of our $17 campaign. By giving just $17 whether one time or monthly your gift will be automatically doubled by our generous corporate matching partners to help...

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He Got Up 2017 Info

Join us on April 9, 2017 at Camping World Stadium, gates open at 10am. FREE Transportation FREE Lunch FREE Services FREE Resource Fair including: - Haircuts - Legal Services - Employment Opportunities - Job Training - And More... Download the informational flyer here.

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Happy New Year

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Merry Christmas

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A Message from Board President, Pastor Tim Johnson

We all feel the tension that is on the rise in our communities and in our nation, as a result of shootings, protests and questionable justice toward minorities.  Most Americans feel either helpless to change the current climate of division...

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