We Made it – Watch us now!!!

With our organizations one year anniversary (since relaunching in April of 2015) came an amazing and exciting new development: Guardians of Justice is a federally recognized 501c3 nonprofit organization.

What does this mean for our Volunteers? Volunteers who itemize their taxes can speak to their personal accountant about eligible deductions for attending our events. Including mileage!

What does this mean for our Sponsors? Sponsors who make contributions can now deduct those contributions from their Federal income taxes. Because we are now 501c3 accredited we can open ourselves up to accepting partnerships with corporate sponsors as well as accepting contributions from local businesses and individuals.

Every Hero Has A Story – Clermont News Leader

Every Hero Has a Story took place at West Oaks Mall, Ocoee, Florida on March 20, 2016.  Participants included Guardians of Justice, Wespeak for Them and Read to Sydney.

Read to Sydney, partnered with Wespeak for Them and Guardians of Justice to bring Every Hero Has a Story to West Oaks mall for the first time.  Every Hero Has a Story provided opportunities for children to meet the heroes, make a mask, read / listen to a story and meet Sydney and Toby, therapeutic reading dogs.  Kandi, (Wespeak for Them) provided parents with information and resources for autistic children.

Guardian Jim Moore Highlighted as Charity Cosplayer

We’re so proud of Jim Moore and his recent feature in the Polk County Sun, brining to light his amazing ability to make kids smile through his passion of bringing amazing characters to life. We’re so happy to have Jim with us and are always excited to have him join us at events.

Cosplayer has a heart for kids

asgo_autismwalk_2015_25Editor’s note: You might remember our Toy Green Army man from our photo essay about the Trunk or Treat at Beymer United Methodist Church in Winter Haven. We decided to get to know him and introduce him to you.