Champions walk among us every day. They are of all ages, genders, races, and backgrounds. They are humble. They are silent. They are selfless. Most of us aren’t even aware of their greatness. We’re changing this – starting today!
Join us on Sunday, May 22, 2022, for our second annual Breakfast of Champions - a brunch affair from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM at Gatsby on the Ocean Wantagh, New York looking over Jones Beach.
Choice for All will be celebrating the champions that walk among us each and every day. We extend our congratulations to our 2022 honorees:
Saniyah Wyche - Senior, Hempstead Union Free School District & Youth-Run Farmers Market Assistant Cashier Manager
Darylen Lewis - Freshman, Morgan State University (Freeport Public Schools), Junior Ambassador - Choice for All & Co-Chair, Choice for All Youth COVID-19 Taskforce
Rochelle Gooding, MHC - Community Service Information Assistant & McKinney-Vento Liasion, Roosevelt Union Free School District
Angela Leconte Hudson - Principal, Ulysses Byas Elementary School, Roosevelt Union Free School District
Sarah Shin - Director, Office of Experiential Learning at Molloy College
Lawrence Levy - Executive Dean of Suburban Studies & Vice President of Economic Development and Professional Studies, The National Center for Suburban Studies at Hofstra University
Senior Pastor Arthur J. & Elder Brenda Mackey, Mount Sinai Baptist Church
Reverend Curtis & Reverend La Christa Brown, Free Will Baptist Church
Children & Families Champion
Social Justice Champion
Erika Hill - Principal, Vision Street Research
Dan Lloyd - Founder & President, Minority Millennials
Assemblywoman Taylor Daring - New York State Assembly District 18
It is our pleasure to spotlight their selfless service to our communities and region.
They all have played a part in allowing us to do what we do best – ensuring every child and family is healthy and thrives; regardless of zip code.
Each of our champions will also be recognized with a commemorative brick on the Choice for All Walkway of Champions leading to the entrance of The Hagedorn HUB – a three-story hub for families and social justice on Long Island. Consider being a part of the walkway of champions by purchasing both a ticket and a brick!