The mission of the Gator Club® of Miami is to foster and enhance the relationship between the University of Florida, its alumni, students and friends in the City of Miami, its surrounding areas and to support the University’s mission of teaching, research and service. We look forward in working with you in achieving our mission.

International Gator Day is designed as a day when Gators come together to volunteer. Each year on the third Saturday of May, Gators worldwide join forces to positively impact their communities. Gator Clubs from Miami to Seattle to Puerto Rico to Japan and beyond participate in this day of service. This annual event enlists the strength and size of the Gator Nation to help organizations such as cleaning up/beautification of an island off of Coconut Grove, food banks and landscaping for historical sites.

We are always looking for idea to help out our community and we encourage you to send your suggestions to us.

 

Please e-mail Rhonda at Rhonda@305gators.comif you would like to participate or you have an idea how we can help our community. Thank you for your support and Go Gators.

 

 

 

 

 

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 3.14.14 – Gator Basketball – SEC Tournament – Quarterfinals – 1 p.m. @ Batch Gastropub

 3.15.14 – Gator Basketball – SEC Tournament – Semifinals** – 1 p.m. @ Batch Gastropub

 3.16.14 – Gator Basketball – SEC Tournament – Finals** – 3:15 p.m. @ Batch Gastropub

4.5.14 – “Gators on the Run” team – CABA 5K @ Tropical Park

5.2.14 – Gatsby Casino Night Fundraiser @ EPIC Hotel

 

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