Caleb and Calder Sloan’s Awesome Foundation Appearance on The Kelly Clarkson Show
We are beyond #grateful to The Kelly Clarkson Show for sharing the mission of our foundation to have kids helping kids in need. Our spokesman Caleb articulated the spirit behind our work beautifully and got to let Kelly know how much he adores her as well❣️ Big thanks to Alex Duda executive producer Extraordinarie and Nik Robinson for guiding us along the way and for the $2500 support! Oh and 💯the coolest green room experience ever! You can check out more about our foundation on our website ccawesomefoundation.org
Close Up with Joe Livecchi: Chris Sloan on transformation through tragedy
“I was inspired by how America’s Most Wanted host and producer John Walsh managed to turn his own tragedy with the kidnapping and death of his son into a movement that helped so many,” he continues. “My wife Carla and I vowed then to use the Mr. Awesome platform to do something to make sure our son’s name would be synonymous with giving and his story would last a lifetime.”
We Have The Need To Feed South Florida!
“There’s no limit to what a man can accomplish if he doesn’t care who gets the credit.
This and similar statements have been attributed to President Harry Truman and others, but likely originated more than a century ago with a Jesuit priest.”
Either way, it’s an appropriate sentiment for the group effort that will feed the hungry from 9 a.m. to noon this Thursday, May 14 at Key West City Hall, 1300 White St. in the rear parking lot.
Farm Share is teaming up with Caleb and Calder Sloan’s Awesome Foundation, Pirate Radio and the City of Key West to host a drive-thru food distribution to support Florida Keys residents who are facing food insecurities during the coronavirus pandemic.”
COVID-19 Has Met Its Match In Caleb & Calder Sloan’s Awesome Foundation
Caleb & Calder Sloan’s Awesome Foundation–the charity of Chris Sloan and Carla Kaufman Sloan, founders of 2C Creative, a creative agency and production company serving the TV/streaming business with promos, brand integrations, trailers, upfront presentations and other campaigns–has initiated a campaign that will match individual donations (up to $250 each) to charities supporting first responders, organizations and those affected by COVID-19.
Swimming Pool Safety: Electrocutions Raise Alarm Before Summer
The tragic death of a boy electrocuted in a North Miami swimming pool in April has raised alarm among parents — and now water safety experts are warning families to take extra caution as kids get revved up for Memorial Day weekend and summer vacation.
Tragedy drives father to change law to prevent pool electrocutions
On a warm day last April, exactly one week after his seventh birthday, Calder Sloan plunged into the pool behind his North Miami home. He raced underwater toward the light in the deep end, as he had done dozens of times before. But when he reached out his arm and touched his target, an intense electrical current shot through his body, springing him airborne and stopping his heart.
PromaxBDA, Sloan Foundation Partner to Help Homeless Kids
PromaxBDA and Caleb and Calder Sloan’s Awesome Foundation invite attendees to this year’s conference in New York City to come stuff pencil packs and do some social good all while having fun on Thursday, June 14 at the Midtown Hilton.
PromaxBDA, House of Awesome Team Up with #Hashtag Lunchbag
During The Conference 2017, PromaxBDA members had the opportunity to create bagged lunches, complete with inspiring messages for people in need of a nourishing meal for #HashtagLunchBag and “Caleb and Calder Sloan’s House of Awesome.” The meals were distributed immediately to shelters, benefitting children, adults and families.
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Mr. Awesome continues giving back in South Florida through foundation
Today, we are remembering “Mr. Awesome,” Calder Sloan, who was accidentally electrocuted in his family’s pool. It has been five years since Calder’s passing, but his spirit of giving lives on in the C&C Awesome Foundation./p>
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Special Delivery: Operation Puerto Rico set to collect toys for children on island
The public will have a chance to donate toys during Operation Puerto Rico Holiday Gift-Lift, as well, on Saturday at the Miami Children’s Museum from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The toy value for donations is $20 or more.
Here are the groups helping people after two devastating hurricanes
In the time since Hurricane Irma battered Florida and the Caribbean, and with Hurricane Maria leaving many in Puerto Rico displaced and without power and water, volunteer groups have stepped in to help those most in need.