Community involvement is a high priority for IBR. We believe that community is built from the ground up and that involvement from
local business is vital. This reflects our desire and willingness to foster the development of a strong, intelligent, and educated
foundation. IBR is involved in several different local community services that work to improve the lives of the youth in the area.
Two very important organizations that IBR works with are The Boys and Girls Club of Central Florida and The Child Rescue Network.
Both of these groups work very hard to improve the lives of those in the local community and IBR is proud to share in their work.
The Boys and Girls Club of Central Florida is a very important organization that hosts several different events throughout the year
for the well-being of the community. IBR took part in several of those events including the Steak & Steak Dinner and Auction at
SeaWorld’s Ports of Call, and the Thanksgiving Day Dinner for kids.
On several different occasions, IBR spent time with The Child Rescue Network assisting with the Safety Identification Card program
at Union Park Middle School. This particular program ensures that parents have up to date pictures of their children on hand in
case of emergency situations.
These programs are always looking for more volunteers to assist them with their mission. For more information about these
organizations, or for information about becoming a volunteer, take a look at their websites.
The Boys and Girls Club of Central Florida: http://www.bgccf.org
Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida and the Orlando Sentinel Family Fund raised a record $300,000 at the organization’s
20th Annual Steak & Steak Dinner and Auction at SeaWorld’s Ports of Call.
The Child Rescue Network: http://www.childrescuenetwork.org
On your average day, 91 children are reported missing… every single hour! Our most precious resource is being victimized
at an alarming rate. The average sexual predator will molest over 100 children before he is arrested the first time!