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All families in the Tampa Bay area are invited for an unforgettable day on Sunday, March 31. This event will be held at the iconic Raymond James Stadium and the event, including parking, is completely free.

Grace Family Church Prepares for ‘Easter for Tampa Bay’ Event
Tony Dungy and Craig Altman

(L-R) Hall of Fame Football Coach Tony Dungy and Lead Pastor of Grace Family Church Craig Altman

Grace Family Church extends a heartfelt invitation to all families in the Tampa Bay area for an unforgettable day at "Easter For Tampa Bay" on March 31, 2024. This free event will be held at the iconic Raymond James Stadium, and every community member in the Tampa area is invited to celebrate the day together.

The event promises to be filled with warmth and inspiration as attendees will have the privilege of hearing from esteemed speakers — Hall of Fame football coach Tony Dungy and lead pastor of Grace Family Church Craig Altman. Together, they will share the greatest comeback story of all time: a story of hope and triumph.

"'Easter For Tampa Bay' is more than an event; it's an invitation to come together and be with your city," said Pastor Craig Altman. "We want every family in the greater Tampa area to know that they are not just invited but truly welcomed to be a part of the event, which may be the kickoff of their comeback story.”

Event Details

Date: March 31, 2024
Time: 10:30 a.m. 
Cost: Free Event & Free Parking
Location: Raymond James Stadium

Special Guests:
Hall of Fame Football Coach Tony Dungy
Lead Pastor of Grace Family Church Craig Altman

For more details and to stay connected, please visit EasterForTampaBay.com. To learn more about Grace Family Church and its mission, visit GFCFlorida.com.

Contact Information:
Melissa Vicinanza
[email protected]
(813) 265-4151


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Rivers are Life Premieres ‘Life Afloat’

Raising Awareness around Cambodia's Tonlé Sap Lake

Today, Rivers are Life proudly unveils the latest film "Life Afloat" which follows local River Hero, Sarin Roeun, and his passionate conservation efforts on Tonlé Sap Lake in Cambodia. Living in "floating villages" on the lake, just downstream from the Mekong River, the local fishing community works tirelessly to catch fish that provide 60% of Cambodia's protein intake. Local River Heroes have noticed that due to an increase in pollution, the health of the fish population that make their way down the river and into the lake is declining. With roughly six million Cambodians relying on this watershed for food, local residents are working on solutions to control the waste problem and preserve the ecosystem on which they depend.

Sarin Roeun was born and raised right on Tonlé Sap Lake, learning to fish with his father from a young age. As he continued fishing to provide for his family, Sarin noticed a dramatic change that could potentially affect his livelihood, an increase in trash floating down the river, and a decrease in baby fish. In an effort to change this, Sarin works closely with another River Heroe, Sophal Sea, to recruit "eco-warriors" from each village who focus on cleaning up and restoring the lake. Tonlé Sap, also referred to as the lifeblood of Cambodia's economy, connects five different provinces in Cambodia, leading to around half of the population relying solely on fishing to live. 

Sophal Sea co-founded NGO² BambooShoot Foundation in honor of his sister, which plays a crucial part in educating the community and empowering locals at a grassroots level to take action against the influx of plastic waste in the region. Sophal and his organization have remained fully committed to protecting Tonlé Sap since 2018, through education, awareness and solutions for those that call the lake home.  

"I try to unite all the stakeholders in each community because sometimes they don't take action because they don't know how to talk together and work together," said Sophal Sea. "I organized and convinced the monks and also the fisherman to start a tree cleanup to get waste out of the vegetation and mangroves when the water recedes."  

Sophal and other local River Heroes continue to work to advocate for the importance of proper waste collection and removal systems, creating healthier waterways for all to benefit. "Life Afloat" inspires conservationists and others from across the globe to support clean waterways both in their local communities, as well as in impoverished communities such as Cambodia, who rely heavily on clean water systems.

"Life Afloat" premieres February 2, 2024

Watch "Life Afloat" here.

Contact Information:
Katie Horning
Head of Brand, Rivers are Life Brand Division, BeAlive Inc.
[email protected]
989-491-1019


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