Post Office Box 14393
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33302
Greeting From Founder - Angel Williamson
Hours of Operations
Monday - Friday - By Appointment
Saturday - By Appointment
Sunday - Closed
HURRICANE DORIAN RELIEF
Bright Lights Crossing Borders, Inc. a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) non-profit organization is accepting donations for those residents affected by Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas. We are collecting toiletries (soap, toothpaste, toothbrush, deodorant, shampoo, conditioner, lotion, etc.), water, building supplies (nails/screws of all kinds, plywood, sheet rock, lighting fixtures, hammers, screwdrivers, shingles, etc.), cleaning supplies (bleach, paper towels, cleaning sponges, pine sol, mop, broom, buckets, etc,) batteries, flashlights, etc. Shipments of items collected will be made throughout the recovery period. For a donation of large items please contact us.
Donations can also be dropped off at:
Bright Lights Crossing Borders, Inc.
Attention: Wilbert WILLIAMS
5380 W State Road 84
Davie, FL 33314
Monetary donations can be made via
Check or Money Order
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT
Bright Lights Crossing Borders Partners With The Salvation Army-Fort Lauderdale
Bright Lights Crossing Borders Partners with the Fort Lauderdale Salvation Army to provide assistance to individuals and families transitioning out of their program into their own places of living. We will be donating household essentials, baby items, etc. those referred by The Salvation Army. Please see attached flyer Bright Lights Crossing Borders Partners with The Salvation Army Fort Lauderdale.
We look forward to this partnership as we shine positive light on our community.
If you would like to support us with this project, please feel free to donate via PayPal, mail check or money order to the following address: Post Office Box 14393, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33302.
If you would like to assist by donating household goods such as kitchen items, linen, toiletries, etc. please contact us at (954)951-2002.
Sheemylove is a high school senior at Boyd Anderson Senior High in Lauderdale Lakes, Florida. A young lady with a beautiful heart and warm personality.
Sheemylove is a mentee of the Jewels Foundation a non-profit organization who provides Educational Support to students enrolled in an educational institution in/and around Broward County, FL
Sheemylove was working toward her goal of graduating from high school in May 2020, when she was suddenly diagnosed with a brain condition and had to be hospitalized and have emergency brain surgery. Of course, all of this jeopardize her possibility of graduating from high school in 2020.
Arrangements were made by her father and Jewels Foundation for her to be able to finish her senior year completing school computer equipment in order to meet this goal.
As a result, Bright Lights Crossing Borders was able to donate to Sheemylove a laptop, printer, wireless mouse, etc. so that she would have the tools to meet her remaining high school requirements for graduation in May 2020. It was a joy to see the smile on her face when the donations were provided to her and know that she is cared about by others. We must let our young ones know that they are important and loved.
We are excited to see her graduate and make her positive mark in this world. Go get your Diploma Sheemylove, you deserve it.
We're glad we could be a part of her journey!!
During these trying times of the Coronavirus Pandemic we all are dealing with it in our own way. However, when we can and have the opportunity we must support and be there for those who are in need. While we can’t save the entire world we can shed a light in someone else’s life in different ways big or small.
We must all follow the rules and guidelines put into place to protect all of us. As a nonprofit we will continue to do our part as much as possible within the limitations we faced due to the Coronavirus Pandemic. Stay safe and keep your distance and maintain your faith in the Creator who cures all things.
On March 28-29, 2020, we took the opportunity to provide some assistance in our community by donating vegetables to about 37 families in Fort Lauderdale, FL. During these times many have lost there jobs and worry about providing some of the basic needs for their families. We’re glad and happy to be able to do our part. We must continue to support whenever we can.