On March 7, 2020 Mayor Dyer hosted Orlando’s 15th Annual Neighborhood & Community Summit to honor impactful residents and organizations who have made their mark on the local community. He announced CFCArts as the recipients of the 2020 “Community Builder of the Year” Award, commending the non-profit organization not only for its performing groups, including the Community Choir, Symphony Orchestra, and growing Theatre, but also for its vision and dedication to providing arts accessibility to people of all ages and abilities.
“It is important to honor and recognize the individuals and organizations that give tirelessly their time, talent and resources to improve the quality of life for all our residents,” said Mayor Dyer at the Summit. “I am proud of what we are all doing to make our neighborhoods and our community a better place to live, work, learn and play.”
CFCArts is honored to follow the previous year’s Community Builder Award recipient, the Early Learning Coalition of Orange County, which offers pre-school education for children regardless of income. CFCArts leadership, members, and artists intend to uphold the title and tradition of this Award through dedication of love, time, and energy toward building relationships in the community and improving the lives of their neighbors.
We know this was not made possible without our numerous partnerships and collaborations across the city, and we are thankful for the City of Orlando and the Central Florida community.