CRESTVIEW — The Belief Foundation of Crestview is celebrating one year of supporting the community.

The celebration, set for 4-8 p.m. June 10 at 176 Industrial Drive in Crestview, will have a live deejay, dancers and performances, food and guest speakers.

Belief Foundation founder Rosa Rivera said the foundation is going strong, and its summer schedule will be discussed at the free event. Members of Blankets for the Homeless will be on hand to show youths how the blankets are made, and Advisory for Foster Care will provide information to potential foster parents at the celebration. All donations will benefit the foundation.

The celebration is dedicated to the memory of the foundation's assistant director, Jeremias "Cheeko" Rodriguez, who died Feb. 17.

The nonprofit was established to provide mentorship for at-risk youths ages 8-19 in Crestview.