Bridging YOUTH,

Blooming since 2006.


Learning to Give Back

Read one volunteer’s reflection of how the FBA Bayfront Park Shoreline Cleanup project has helped her be a more appreciative mother while benefiting her community.

FBA Museum Project 6

This new project gives young people the opportunity to earn community service hours while engaging themselves on an exploration of the city’s most prestigious museums and art galleries.

Braddock ’05 Reunion

To all our memories, To all our friends, To all our throwbacks, To all our trends… Let’s honor the past, Let’s celebrate 10 years, Braddock Class of ’05 – Our Reunion is here.




Submitted by: Ana C. Vega

Since I became part of the One Two Tree family back in 2001, I learned to give back to our community by participating in many of the events that we sponsor or are part of every year.

A few months ago, I was talking to my daughter Anita about getting involved with a nonprofit organization to give some of my time to a good cause.

She is a member of the FBA, or Forever Bloom Alliance, which is an organization led by students, teachers, volunteers and business professionals. Their personal mission is to promote the educational and social well-being of America’s youth.

She invited me to participate and I liked the idea of giving back to our community by helping young people participating in different events.

One of their events is the shoreline clean up at Bayfront Park, which is monthly volunteer work to clean up the beautiful Biscayne Bay shoreline. This area connecting Bayside and the Miami River is important to the upkeep of the beauty of our city, and is now one of the community events sponsored by One Two Tree.

I feel that this is a good way to give back, by supporting America’s youth and also spending quality time with my daughter.

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FBA Museum Project

The FBA Museum Project gives young people the opportunity to earn community service hours while engaging themselves on an exploration of the city’s most prestigious museums and art galleries. This project invites students and graduates ages 14 and older to meet as group and tour a museum and gallery. Each participant will study an exhibition or piece in an exhibition for the purpose of creating their own unique presentation. Participants may work alone or with partners when completing the presentation. Once the presentation is complete, the participant will share it with groups or individuals who are unable to experience the exhibition on their own. During the entire process participating students can earn FBA community service hours based on the amount of time spent preparing the executing the presentation from start to finish.

JOIN OUR Next COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECT at FIU and the Pérez Art Museum Miami – Aug. 4th & Aug 7th

Project #6 Features a collaboration between FBA and PAMM through the museum’s PAMM in the Neighborhood project:

“During the summer months, Pérez Art Museum Miami’s offers youth camps and community centers free art experiences at the museum and throughout Miami-Dade County. This two-part program includes artist-led conversations and art-making at your facility, and follows with artist-led tours at the museum. All materials provided. 

PAMM in the Neighborhood is free of charge.”

Click here for more info about joining the project.

Volunteers Share Ideas during the First Museum Project

Videos Produced by Salomé Caro


Braddock Class of 2005 Reunion

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FBA is collaborating with the Braddock Senior High Class of 2005 Reunion planning committee and together we are putting together what will be an unforgettable party and celebration. If you are a member of this remarkable class of alumni, you don’t want to miss this once in a life-time event.

Click here for tickets and more information about the reunion.


Would you like FBA to help plan your high school reunion? Email us at and let us discuss the possibilities.