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R.I.S.E. ~ Relations of Inmates Supporting Each-other

FL

Mission Statement ~ We are a group of volunteers who have a connection to an inmate within the Florida Department of Corrections. Our purpose is to help families adjust to the hardship of having a loved one imprisoned, by offering support that spans the term length and beyond. Check for carpool info on the website...

REACHUP, Inc

813-712-6300
2902 N Armenia Ave #100
Tampa FL 33607

REACHUP, Inc is a 501(c)(3) community non-profit whose mission is to advocate for and mobilize resources to help communities achieve equality in healthcare and positive health for families. REACHUP is the “parent” of the Central Hillsborough Healthy Start Project (focused in zip codes 33602, 33603, 33605, and 33610) and Closing the Gap in Infant Mortality Project (focused in Hillsborough County). Some of the services we provide are case management for pregnant and newly parenting moms; Doula (labor assistant) services; Interconception (between pregnancies) care peer support groups; male mentoring groups, stress support groups; and health education classes.

Repower Florida|The Alliance for Climate Protection

813-486-1983
146 Second Street N, Suite 110
St Petersburg FL 33701

Repower America was first introduced as a bold plan to “repower” our country with 100% clean electricity and revitalize our national energy infrastructure. The Alliance for Climate Protection launched the Repower America campaign to galvanize the American public around a bold new clean energy plan and a revitalized national energy infrastructure that will jumpstart our economy and create millions of jobs; help end our dependence on foreign oil; reward innovation and job creation, not polluters; and help solve the climate crisis. Repower America stands for the importance of investing in energy efficiency; clean, renewable and diversified energy sources; a unified national smart energy grid that connects these renewable energy sources to every part of the country; and clean car technology. Our mission: To reveal the complete truth about the climate crisis in a way that ignites the moral courage in each of us.

Saddle Up Riding Club

727-520-3132

Saddle Up Riding Club is an organization dedicated to enriching the lives of children and adults, both able bodied and disabled, through equine therapy and direct interaction with horses. We have partnered with NARHA to provide the best possible programs available. Saddle Up has two locations: Pinellas Park and Safety Harbor. We schedule weekly programs, weather permitting. Saddle Up Riding Club is a club for children who love horses and want to learn to ride and care for them. We teach the children about proper horse care and riding techniques. We teach responsible horse ownership to all who want to learn. The club is active year round.

Sarasota Concert Band

941-364-BAND
677 N Washington Blvd, Suite 15
Sarasota FL 34236

The Sarasota Concert Band was founded in 1954 as a community band full of local players. The Band of today is still a non-profit, local organization fueled by the passion and interest of the community, but it has also grown into an elite ensemble of professional performers lead by Maestro William J Barbanera, formerly of the Florida West Coast Symphony. The Band's season runs from November - May and dates can be found at the website (www.sarasotaconcertband.org) or by calling 941-364-BAND(2263).

SCOPE

SCOPE's Mission: To engage our community in planning for excellence through a process of open dialogue and impartial research, to establish priorities, propose solutions and monitor change to enhance the quality of life in Sarasota County.

Selby Gallery, Ringling College of Art and Design

941-359-7563

Distinguished as Sarasota's premier gallery for contemporary visual arts, Ringling College's Selby Gallery is a professional on-campus exhibition space that serves as both a center of learning and hub of extracurricular activity. The 3,000-square-foot Gallery presents major exhibitions by nationally and internationally celebrated artists, designers, illustrators and photographers from diverse cultural backgrounds as well as provide community programming in the form of lectures, forums, panel discussions, and performing arts events. Hours of operation: Monday through Friday 10am – 4pm; Tuesday 10am – 7pm.

SERVE - Volunteers in Education

813-872-5254
Tampa

Celebrating over 40 years of commitment to the children of Hillsborough County, SERVE is the official volunteer arm of the Hillsborough County Public Schools. A private, non-profit organization, SERVE assists schools by providing volunteers to increase student achievement and to enhance their educational experiences. SERVE's programs include: Speakers Bureau (including Great American Teach-in), Training and Volunteer Management, School Based Volunteers, and Volunteer Screening. Volunteer with SERVE - Volunteers in Education today and make a difference in the lives of Hillsborough County students.

SHARE Florida Food Network

813-248-337
1405 East 2nd Avenue
Tampa FL 33605

~ Toll free (800-536-3379) ~ SHARE Florida Food Network is a statewide non-profit organization that builds and strengthens communities, and rewards community service with substantial savings on high-quality food once a month. Everyone is welcome to participate in SHARE, regardless of income.

Showcase Arts Foundation, Inc.

813-922-8778
1714 CR1
Dunedin FL 34698

Our troupes perform throughout the Tampa Bay area. We cultivate awareness of the arts in the community, including theater, dramatic and comedic improv, film, and writing. The Showcase Arts Foundation consists of several performance troupes, including The Gypsy Stage Repertory Company (performs sophisticated and experimental plays), The Improv-ables (an improvisational comedy troupe), Risque Business (performs murder mysteries and Vaudeville-style comic revues) and the Film Division (creates films that are developed and produced entirely by SAFI members). SAFI is always seeking new members who are excited about theater, film, and performance in general, whether as an actor or crew. Members have access to free workshops, year-round and can participate in our many stage and film productions.

Sierra Club

Tampa Bay Sierra Club meets the second Wednesday of each month at the Hilton Garden Inn, 1700 E. 9th Ave. in Ybor City. Program begins at 7 pm; no program in December. For more information, see the website (click on the red underlined Sierra Club) ~ Explore, enjoy and protect the planet!

Southeastern Guide Dogs

941.729.5665

~ A non profit organization, established in 1982 and located in Palmetto, FL. Our mission is to create a partnership between visually impaired individuals and guide dogs, facilitating life’s journey with mobility, independence and dignity. We partner close to 100 guide dog teams annually – at no cost to the recipient. Our monetary support comes solely from contributions made by individuals, foundations, support groups, bequests and companies. More support comes from our hundreds of volunteers; a large portion of those are puppy raisers.

Spay Pasco

352-585-6205
PO Box 506
San Antonio FL 33576

Our Mission is to educate and assist the citizens of Pasco County with low cost spaying and neutering of dogs and cats (including the homeless and stray cat population) to prevent euthanasia. "Saving one animal won't change the world, but it will change the world for that animal." - Unknown

St. Petersburg Free Clinic

727-821-1200
863 3rd Avenue N
St. Petersburg FL 33701

St. Petersburg Free Clinic is a caring organization helping to meet basic, unserved human needs through resources, volunteers and advocacy. St. Petersburg Free Clinic envisions a community where all of its members can meet life’s basic needs of food, shelter and access to health care. Until that is the condition for everyone, St. Petersburg Free Clinic will help those who do not qualify for other assistance programs to meet their basic needs to the extent the community helps St. Petersburg Free Clinic. Currently SPFC operates 5 programs: The Health Center, We Help Services, a Food Bank, the Beacon House and the Women's Residence. More than medical...Changing lives with hope and help.

St. Petersburg Lions Club

727-893-7152
9300 W. Gulf Blvd
Treasure Island FL 33706

The St. Petersburg Lions Club is a registered 501(c)(3) charity organization that has been supporting the visually impaired community of Pinellas County since 1925. The Lions provide eye screenings and pay for eye exams, prescription glasses and eye related surgeries as needed. The St. Pete Lions Club is proud to maintain 100% approval on all applications for assistance for children.

St. Petersburg Opera Company

727-823-2040
P.O. Box 238
St. Petersburg FL 33731

St. Petersburg Opera Company's mission is to enrich the cultural lives of the residents of and visitors to the Tampa Bay area by presenting fully staged professional opera productions of the highest quality, and to make opera accessible to present and future audiences through community outreach, educational initiatives, and collaboration with other arts organizations.

Stop Pet Overpopulation Together! (SPOT)

727-329-8657
4403 62nd Ave
Pinellas Park FL 33781

Contact: Pamela Borres ~ Spay/Neuter Saves Lives!...We offer low cost spay & neuter and vaccines for the Tampa Bay area pets. Our mission is to Stop Pet Overpopulation Together! Pet overpopulation is the number one killer of pets in America. Every 6,5 seconds a shelter animal is euthanized, the only humane solution is with spay & neuter to prevent unwanted and accidental litters. Don't delay spay and neuter your pets today.

Sugar Dogs International, Inc.

813-759-3243
804 Hamlin St
Plant City FL 33563-1712

Unique wellness coaching. Training diabetics/epileptics or disabled persons & their diabetic (or medical) alert dogs. Training Sugar Dog teams to manage stress related illnesses (a/k/a dis-ease). Services are offered globally and are Internet based. Experience peace, love & enjoy a Sugar Dog in your sweet life.

Suncoast Hospice

727-586-4432
5771 Rossevelt Blvd
Clearwater FL 33760

Suncoast Hospice is the nation's largest not-for-profit, community-based provider of hospice and palliative care. The Hospice provides care for tens of thousands of people annually, and leads innovative service delivery, social change advocacy, technology development and other end-of-life initiatives. Our goal is to help each person in our community find quality of life and live each day with meaning and purpose. Toward that goal, we are constantly adding new programs and services to meet changing needs of our community.

Suncoast Network for Compassionate Communication (NVC)

941-492-9279
P.O. Box 2540
Sarasota FL 34230

SNCC is a 501(c)3 located in Sarasota County, supporting NVC communities throughout Florida. Compassionate Communication, also known as Nonviolent Communication (NVC) is a powerful process that increases emotional intelligence and improves communication skills. Using and living NVC principles enables us to benefit from authentic, heartfelt and mutually respectful relationships. We’re able to hear and hold others with empathy, express true feelings & values openly and honestly, yet without shame, blame or criticism. Through sharing the skills and intention of Nonviolent Communication, Suncoast Network for Compassionate Communication supports people in hearing each other and being heard. The facilitators and trainers in our Network share NVC with individuals, families, groups and organizations throughout the Suncoast and all of Florida, creating a world of interdependence, abundance and peace where the needs of all beings matter and are held with care. For more info, visit the website or contact Director, Mercedes Frace: flanvc@gmail.com

Suncoast Waldorf School

727-786-8311
1857 Curlew Road
Palm Harbor FL 34683

Our Mission ~ Suncoast Waldorf School provides a comprehensive and balanced academic, artistic, and practical education for students in grades Pre-K through 8, with an outstanding curriculum based upon the insights of Rudolf Steiner. We are a community of teachers, staff, parents, and friends who honor childhood, and value each stage of human development. Our aim is to provide young people with the capacity for freedom of thought, empathy, and initiative, so they will be able to make meaningful contributions to society and the world.

Suncoast Yoga Teacher's Association

727-559-7653

The Suncoast Yoga Teacher's Association (SYTA) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that works to promote and improve the quality of yoga being taught in the Tampa Bay area. We offer classes and workshops to help teachers improve their skills and increase their knowledge of yoga.

Sunrise of Pasco County, Inc.

P.O. Box 928
Dade City FL 33526

(Sunrise) is a full-service domestic violence and sexual assault center providing a safe place for victims to heal and to plan their future. Established in 1982, our private, non-profit organization provides a wide range of services to help victims and their children survive the aftermath of abuse and to move towards safe and enriching lives. Administrative Telephone: (352)521-3358 * Hotline: (352) 521-3120 * Sexual Assault Toll Free Hotline (West & Central Pasco): 1-888-668-RAPE (7273)

Sunshine Foundation Dream Village

800-457-1976
5400 County Rd. 547 North
Davenport FL 33837

Sunshine Foundation is the original wish granting organization for seriously ill, physically challenged and abused children. We make dreams come true every day for children who few tomorrows, but we need your help! Sunshine Foundation currently has close to 200 children on our waiting list that are anticipating their dreams come true. These dreams can be anything from a personal computer to a family trip to Disney World and Sunshine has been there since 1976 making sure they happen. Find out how you can give a seriously ill child something to look forward to through our adopt-a-dream program, please visit www.sunshinefoundation.org, or call 800-457-1976. Their dreams can be your opportunity. CONTACT: GAIL DILLON 800-457-1976 or 863-424-4188

Suntan Art Center

727-367-3818
3300 Gulf Blvd
St Pete Beach FL 33706

Suntan is a 501(c)(3)non-profit organization offering classes, exhibits, and networking for the artists. Created over 40 years ago, Suntan supports the arts and community of St. Pete Beach and the Tampa Bay region. The center offers support and assistance to the beginning artist as well as the professional. Media supported include watercolor, acrylic, oils, photography, fused glass, and clay.

Sustainable Urban Agriculture Coalition (SUAC)

Sustainable Urban Agriculture Coalition (SUAC) is a group of volunteers who facilitate the creation of gardens to increase accessibility to locally grown, healthy produce. Our members provide mentoring, information, materials, seedlings and other resources to groups and individuals who wish to get involved with urban agriculture. Whether you want to create a community garden, school garden, food forest, special project, urban farm, CSA, farmer's market, Co-op or garden in your own yard, we will be happy to help! We meet the first Monday of each month at 7 PM in a public location somewhere in the area. Meetings are free and everyone is welcome. These Community Gatherings include guest speakers, videos, presentations, group discussions, garden and farm tours, and more. Check for our notices, get on our email list or contact us for further information! On the third Friday of each month at 1 PM we have organizing meetings, involving our Working Groups, usually held at the St. Pete Chamber of Commerce. VISION: We are a thriving and harmonious community producing our own food. MISSION: We facilitate the creation of gardens to increase accessibility to locally grown, healthy produce. OBJECTIVES: We support institutions, organizations, associations and individuals engaged in sustainable urban agriculture to: - utilize vacant and underused public and private land for food production, - transform under-utilized resources and waste products into community assets and abundance for all, - provide gardening educational opportunities and growing space, - stimulate social and inter-generational relations of our residents, - create new sources of green income and foster new economic activity in the production, transformation and distribution of locally produced food, - improve the general health of the community by making fresh local produce available throughout the area, with special attention to under-served neighborhoods