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Coastal Interior teams up with Space Coast Heroes and Malak’s Medical and Dental Warriors

Hey Everyone,

Coastal Interior is proud to host Space Coast Heroes for Malak’s Medical and Dental Warriors.  This is an event with meet and greet with live super heroes.  We are asking only for donations for pictures with the super heroes.  10% of all furniture and decor sales for the day will also also be donated.  All donations will go to help a local kid through Malak’s Medical and Dental Warriors.  This is a great charity who helps local, from Brevard, kids.  The following is a c/p of the latest press release.  After reading this you will see this is something goon in our neighborhood.


Contact: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Clevens Face and Body Specialists November 15, 2016 707 W. Eau Gallie Blvd. Melbourne, Fla. 32935 321.727.3223 • TOP FACIAL PLASTIC SURGEON HELPS LOCAL STUDENT OVERCOME BULLYING AND INCREASE SELF-CONFIDENCE WITH PRO BONO RHINOPLASTY Ross A. Clevens, MD, FACS donates his time and talent to help a bullied Florida teen MELBOURNE, FLA – Clevens Face and Body Specialists is proud to announce a recent collaboration with a local charitable foundation to help a teen in need. Malak’s Medical and Dental Warriors reached out to Ross A. Clevens, MD, FACS for assistance with a young man named Lewis who had been severely bullied because of the appearance of his nose. Through the nonprofit Face of Change, Dr. Clevens donated his time and skill to provide a pro bono “rhinoplasty” or nasal contouring procedure for Lewis. Every year, more than 3.2 million students are the victims of bullying, according to As many as 160,000 kids skip school each day to avoid taunting and teasing. Disproportionate facial features and physical deformities are some of the most common triggers for bullying in kids and teens. Lewis, a hardworking AP student active in his high school jazz band, was born with a nose that caused him to be the object of ridicule by his peers and teachers alike. He was even told by an adult ROTC instructor that he had “a face only a mother could love.” Malak Hammad of the Melbourne nonprofit Malak’s Medical and Dental Warriors first noticed the shy teenager at an event. “This young man really touched my heart,” Hammad said. She immediately brought Lewis to the attention of Dr. Clevens and Face of Change, a charitable entity created by the Clevens family more than 10 years ago. Face of Change provides food and medical care for needy children locally and abroad. “Lewis brought to us a story where he was the victim of severe bullying because of his appearance. It was such a distressing story, we felt that we could help,” says Dr. Clevens. “He was a great candidate for a rhinoplasty or cosmetic nasal surgery to re-contour his nose.” Now an Industrial Engineering major at the University of South Florida, Lewis has changed from a shy high schooler to a self-assured college student. “Post-surgery, I do feel a lot more confident,” he says. “The people around me definitely made it clear that my nose looked weird. From elementary school all the way into high school, my peers and even some of my ROTC instructors had some quips to say about my nose – it was kind of hooked, it was kind of droopy – and now that that’s gone, they really have nothing negative to say about me. And that’s just really nice.”


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