Hats Off To Our Heroes

20 Feb, 2021
7:00pm -  10:00pm

Event description:

On Saturday, February 20, 2021 at 7:00pm, Center for Spiritual Living Fort Lauderdale is excited to host Hats Off to Our Heroes, an event to honor and recognize COVID-19 local front line heroes for fearlessly sacrificing their time, health, and safety to continue to serve our community.

This special event will take place outside in the fresh, free flowing air under large tents at the Center for Spiritual Living. With tables of two at a safe distance, live entertainment will bring the tent to life with music. Heroes will enjoy a catered dinner, open bar, thank you gift, and a chance to win one of three grand prizes.

The evening’s grand prizes include two opportunities to win $2,500 in cash and a one-week vacation in a luxury timeshare. We hope you will join us as we honor and recognize these heroic citizens. Attendance is limited to local heroes and select sponsors.


We are so excited to honor our local heroes in less than a month at Hats Off to Our Heroes! And now YOU can be there too – virtually. Rev. Ben will be hosting the event LIVE on Zoom for CSL community members and supporters, family and friends of heroes, and anyone who wants to recognize these heroic citizens.

Get behind the scenes access. Enjoy the band. See who wins the prizes.

Access is limited and tickets will sell out fast. Purchase yours today.


Click here to help us honor and recognize our local front line heroes by sponsoring Hats Off to Our Heroes.

Every year, Center for Spiritual Living Fort Lauderdale hosts a traditional fundraising event in the winter. It is always a fun, lively event for our community to come together and raise money for our Center and our Community Outreach Partners. 2020 is not like every year. COVID-19 has tested all of us in ways we could have never imaged. Today, we have completely different lives. And, as much as this year has been a stressor for us, it does not come close to the impact it has had on the individuals, and their families, who since March have worked and continue to work on the front lines of COVID-19.