It's an annual event highlighting some of the top groups giving back to the 305 - and this year, Give Miami Day hopes to set records when it comes to money donated.
The 24-hour giving event started at 12 a.m. Thursday and encourages residents to "explore the online profiles of hundreds of Miami-Dade nonprofits that continuously provide the supplies, services and support" for those in the community in need, according to its website.
Give Miami Day has raised over $80 million since starting in 2012 and hopes to go over $100 million in donations after this year.
The day will include special 'Power Hours' focusing on specific groups promoting organizations including Black equity, LGBTQ+ equity, animals, faith-based services and more.
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Presenting sponsors include The Jorge M. Perez Family Foundation, Related Philanthropic Foundation and the Miami Heat Charitable Fund.
For more information and to donate, click on this link.