New Jersey Powerboat Club
Shore Dreams for Kids is a fully exempt non-profit organization who throughout the year set out to raise money to hold an annual event for approximately 900+ children from the Special Olympics to children of Make A Wish, Oceans of Love Support Group for Children with Cancer and mentally and physically challenged children as well as special needs children and their families throughout the area to a day at the shore.
THIS YEAR'S EVENT IS SATURDAY JULY 14, 2018
Shore Dreams For Kids is a non-profit corporation who’s concept was based on a “DAY ON THE BAY”, by the Day on the Bay Foundation Inc. established in 1990, who is no longer in operation.
“DAY ON THE BAY” was an annual event held once a year to provide special athletes from the Special Olympics and their families a day of entertainment which included food, drinks, music, and gifts for everyone with race boat displays.
The Day on the Bay Foundation Inc. successfully produced this event for 10 years and made it what it was up until its last year in 2000. With the full approval of the Day on the Bay Foundation, Shore Dreams for Kids had been established to pick up where they had left off with the intent on expanding the event to not only include athletes from the Special Olympics but to mentally and physically challenged children as well as special needs children and their families throughout the area.
Shore Dreams for Kids is made up of volunteers from all over New Jersey and surrounding areas that share a love for power boating and sharing something special with others who are less fortunate.
We are committed to bringing community awareness to those children who love the open water who may never be able to experience the thrill of power boating.
The men and women who help make this annual event possible are a truly unique group of people who love the water, life and their cause. It will touch your heart when you see the joy in the children’s eyes after riding in a Performance Powerboat.
The children show us the real reason to be involved.
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