Orlando Day moved to a new building on Anderson Street. This building had a large kitchen, spacious outdoor play area, and room to serve many more children. The Kiwanis Club continued to support Orlando Day by holding an annual garage sale and local businesses pitched in. In 2005, due to the new I-4/408 connector, the Kiwanis Club built a new, state-of-the-art facility on Lake Dot Circle. A large, multi-sensory playground and organic garden area were installed in 2011 through the generous donations of KaBOOM!, Disney, the Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation, and the Chesley Magruder Foundation. In 2014, Snapple graciously provided shade screens for areas on the playground.