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A.E. Backus Museum & Gallery - from an open studio door and a philosophy to "pass it on," the inspiring story of Florida Art begins -- and continues -- here.
Address: 500 North Indian River Drive
34950
City in which main office is located: Fort Pierce
Are you a 501(c): Yes
Mission:

Our mission is to promote the arts in the community and perpetuate the artistic and humanitarian legacy of A.E. Backus. Why that's important: Albert Ernest Backus (1906-1990) was a largely self-taught artist from Fort Pierce who created iconic images of the timeless beauty of the Florida landscape. Whether in the glades, the beaches, the rivers, the savannas, or the back country, his paintings capture a unique sense of place that is instantly recognizable and beloved. Praised and renowned as an exceptional artist in the regionalist tradition, he was also a mentor and advocate for countless people in his lifetime, and is remembered today both for his artistic accomplishments, his altruistic spirit, and in sharing the arts with his community.

Do you have immediate needs because of the coronavirus pandemic?: Yes
What are they?: We need your financial help today to survive and continue to provide creative programming tomorrow for adults, children, families, and students & teachers in our community. Now more than ever, the arts unify communities - strengthen the economy - drive tourism and revenue to local businesses - have social impact - improve individual well-being, and so much more. Please join us to restore and renew our purpose and our community.
How can people donate?: You can make a secure online donation at www.BackusMuseum.org/donate
What kind of other specific help is needed?: Truth is we don't know - but when we know more about when we are able to reopen, we will need special assistance, like getting the kinds of supplies (hand-sanitizer etc.) necessary to welcome the public back.
City: Fort Pierce
Phone Number: 772-465-0630
Angels Of Hope Outreach Ministries Inc.
Address: 1400 Trowbridge rd
34945
City in which main office is located: FORT PIERCE
Are you a 501(c): Yes
Mission:

A “hands on” Grassroots 501 c 3 all volunteer organization that goes out Daily to bring out and give hope and a hand up with support to local homeless Children, Veterans, Elderly and disabled homeless living on the streets and in camps located in the woods and fields and other areas not meant for human habitation all along Florida’s space and Treasure coast. We offer them dignity, respect, and a way out of homelessness.

Do you have immediate needs because of the coronavirus pandemic?: Yes
What are they?: pop top canned food such as pastas, soups, fruits, gift cards for Publix, Winn Dixie and other means of getting and supplying food for homeless children, Veterans, elderly and disabled and their beloved pets living in camps deep in the woods and on the streets of the Treasure Coast.
How can people donate?: Donate on a paypal link on our website. www.angelsofhopeoutreach.org
What kind of other specific help is needed?: We need volunteers, people to help us do outreach, bring food, clothing and other needed supplies.
City: fort pierce
Phone Number: +13212585684

Angels Of Hope FIRST EVER MOBILE SHOWERS on the Treasure Coast
Address: 2135 Windward Way #209
32963
City in which main office is located: Vero Beach
Are you a 501(c): Yes
Mission:

The mission of Ballet Vero Beach is to promote the art of dance as a universal language in our community and beyond.

We seek to accomplish this goal with performances by our professional company, the presentation of reputable national and international dance artists, and through our educational and community outreach programs.

Our vision is to make professional dance attractive to all and to be an integral part of our community.

Ballet Vero Beach’s work will be guided by our commitments to artistic quality, community engagement, and cultural relevance.

Do you have immediate needs because of the coronavirus pandemic?: No
City: Vero Beach
Phone Number: 772-905-2651

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Children and families come to one of 4 Clubs each night, Monday through Friday to receive healthy, free meals.
Address: 11954 SE DIXIE HWY
33455
City in which main office is located: HOBE SOUND
Are you a 501(c): Yes
Mission:

To enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring and responsible citizens.

Do you have immediate needs because of the coronavirus pandemic?: Yes
What are they?: At the onset of the COVID 19 crisis, The Boys and Girls Club of Martin County immediately identified that food for children and families would be a major issue and this has proven to be true. Since March 16th, we have provided more than 35,000 free and healthy dinners and 12,000 snacks and the demand is increasing. In the last week, we served 40% more dinners than the week before!

We will serve meals as long as we are blessed with support.

• Our Caseworkers are offering critical telephone and online support, not just to the children we were already serving, but to all of our families all day, every day.

• We are reaching our club members with Club Connect, providing homework help with certified teachers, story time, STEM in Action, and other live, online learning opportunities. BGCMC is also promoting healthy lifestyles through our online Sports and Culinary Modules.

• Our 47 AmeriCorps staff have worked more than 4,000 hours in the past weeks for a number of Martin County’s community service organizations.

• We are a resource for Caregivers. During meal distribution, families receive community updates, including crisis hotline, health, and Club Connect flyers.

As the crisis intensifies, so does the work and our resolve. We remain committed to Martin County’s most vulnerable families and our efforts are growing each day.

We ask you to support our efforts with a contribution to the Boys and Girls Club of Martin County Emergency Relief Fund. You help us make an enormous difference in the lives of so many children. Please donate online or send your contribution to us at Box 910, Hobe Sound, FL 33475.
How can people donate?: Please donate online at www.bgcmartin.org or send your contribution to us at Box 910, Hobe Sound, FL 33475.
What kind of other specific help is needed?: Meals for families. A donation of $100 feed a family of 4 for five nights.
City: Hobe Sound, FL
Phone Number: 561-632-0094

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Care Net Pregnancy Center of Indian River County
Address: 1503 24th St
32960
City in which main office is located: Vero Beach
Are you a 501(c): Yes
Mission:

Care Net is committed to providing compassionate help and practical support for those facing unplanned pregnancies and post abortion stress.

Do you have immediate needs because of the coronavirus pandemic?: Yes
What are they?: Diapers, wipes, formula, infant clothing
How can people donate?: Visit our webpage to donate online, mail checks to PO Box 836, Vero Beach, FL 32961 or bring items by the Center.
What kind of other specific help is needed?: Volunteer as a Client Advocate, Receptionist, Maintenance Volunteer, or a Baby Boutique Volunteer.
City: Vero Beach
Phone Number: 772-569-7939

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Childcare Resources of Indian River
Address: 2300 Fifth Avenue Suite 149
32960
City in which main office is located: Vero Beach
Are you a 501(c): Yes
Mission:

To elevate and promote the highest quality early childhood development and education in Indian River County, focusing on economically challenged children and families.

City: Vero Beach
Phone Number: (772) 567-3202
CCinc Board of Directors at unveiling of new Beach Basket Partnership with Indian River County
Address: 130 10th ct.
32962
City in which main office is located: Vero Beach
Are you a 501(c): Yes
Mission:

Protect coastal habitats through education and connecting people with the environment.

Do you have immediate needs because of the coronavirus pandemic?: Yes
What are they?: CCinc would like to continue its mission of protecting coastal habitats through engaging and educational community programs by expanding their plastic’s alternatives program to help local small businesses recover from COVID-19 impacts. The program’s expansion would include providing plastic alternatives to 4+ local small business restaurants for up to 1 full month when businesses are allowed to be fully operational, to minimize budgetary restraints and allow businesses to redirect funds used for straws, utensils, and to-go bags to their staff or other operational needs. The plastic alternatives will be purchased from local manufacturing businesses when possible (For Example: Perfect Stix). CCinc would also host a “soft opening” for each business they are able to support. This soft opening will be an educational promotion day on the first day the business offers plastic alternatives to patrons. CCinc will promote this soft opening to attract patrons to each business using a variety of media outlets (social media, newspapers, local event calendars). At each soft opening, CCinc will have an education table with information about the Vero Goes Zero Initiative, the products the individual businesses has chosen to offer with the support of the program, the funding sources who made this program expansion possible, additional product options individuals may consider using at home or traveling with, and a survey to collect patron’s feedback (information collected by the survey includes, but is not limited to: likeness of products offered, opinion about businesses implementing environmentally friendly options, willingness to support businesses who make sustainable transitions and information that may be helpful for a business’ long-term commitment to offering environmentally-friendly options). The goal would be to support local small businesses, minimize financial strain, and provide feedback for the business to continue their commitment to offering sustainable options following the 1-month pilot period. CCinc would also like to gain enough support for this program to expand it to all interested local small business restaurants so our community can continue bettering defining itself as a sustainable coastal community.
How can people donate?: Donations can be made online using our website, mailed check, using the Community Foundation of Indian River, or an in-person meeting.
What kind of other specific help is needed?: We also are in need of funds to implement a new beach education program for young students. We will be incorporating lesson plans about beaches, sea turtles, and more. Funds collected for this effort will pay for supplies and equipment needed for students to have a hands on learning experience, and support the education coordinator that will be designing and implementing this program along with our sea turtle conservation efforts.
City: Vero Beach
Phone Number: 214-676-0011

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Address: 2041 14th Ave
32960
City in which main office is located: Vero Beach
Are you a 501(c): Yes
Mission:

Enrich the lives of people in our community through the art and cultural experiences

Do you have immediate needs because of the coronavirus pandemic?: Yes
What are they?: Like all others, with no events or programming fees coming in for months, we are concerned about our financial situation. The routine expenses at the Cultural Council do not decrease even though we are not offering activities on-site. Our office is still handling communications and requests from our members on a daily basis. We continue to fund payroll, rent, office equipment, utilities and other monthly expenses and must continue to do so.
How can people donate?: As a valued member of the artist community, we hope we can count on your support of the Cultural Council by joining as a member or renewing your membership for the 2020-2021 year. Membership fees are an essential part of our annual revenue and are instrumental in providing our programming.
City: Vero Beach
Phone Number: 772-770-4857

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Discovery Church
Address: 4441 S. 25th St.
34982
City in which main office is located: Fort Pierce
Are you a 501(c): Yes
Mission:

Discovery exists to lead people to become fully devoted followers of Christ.

Do you have immediate needs because of the coronavirus pandemic?: No
City: Fort Pierce
Phone Number: 772-212-0521

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Environmental Learning Center
Address: 255 Live Oak Drive
32963
City in which main office is located: Vero Beach
Are you a 501(c): Yes
Mission:

Our mission is to educate, inspire and empower all people to be active stewards of the environment and their own well-being.

Do you have immediate needs because of the coronavirus pandemic?: Yes
What are they?: Our immediate need is for donations to offset the lost revenue due to our campus closure. Please donate online at https://elc.donorshops.com/Donate
How can people donate?: People can donate online at https://elc.donorshops.com/Donate
City: Vero Beach
Phone Number: (772) 589-5050

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Address: 6400 SW Martin Highway
34990
City in which main office is located: Palm City
Are you a 501(c): Yes
Mission:

We save horses! Our mission is to rescue abused, neglected, abandoned and slaughter-bound horses and rehabilitate them, re-train them and find permanent adoptive homes.

Do you have immediate needs because of the coronavirus pandemic?: Yes
What are they?: We are actively looking for foster and adoptive homes for horses in order to reduce the size of our herd on property.
How can people donate?: Please visit our website: www.ERAF.org or mail a check to ERAF, PO Box 1199, Palm City, FL 34991
What kind of other specific help is needed?: Once the "Safer at Home" ban is lifted we will be reactivating our Volunteer Program. New Volunteer Orientation is held on the 1st Saturday of every month.
City: Palm City, FL
Phone Number: 772-220-0150

We are currently celebrating our 20th anniversary!
Nonprofit of the year!
Address: 4816 Sunset Blvd
34982
City in which main office is located: Fort Pierce
Are you a 501(c): Yes
Mission:

Provide the ingredients for a holiday home cooked family meal for the working poor, and for families who may not qualify for food stamps or free school lunch programs. Our goal is to create an outreach program to encourage family mealtimes by providing families the tools to get back to the basics; meal time together.

Do you have immediate needs because of the coronavirus pandemic?: Yes
What are they?: We are unable to purchase large quantities of food for distribution. Donations are limited because we cannot raise significant funds through fundraisers. Businesses and individuals are encouraged to host food drives to help us restock. We need nonperishable, unexpired food items, or anything families may find useful.
How can people donate?: paypal = familymealsfl@gmail.com Donors will be directed to paypal if they to familymealsinc.org and click on the "donate button"
What kind of other specific help is needed?: Monetary and donations of non-perishable food.
City: Fort Pierce
Phone Number: 772-210-0900

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Paws Meals On Wheels Providing Pet Food to a disabled Veteran.
Address: 12198 County Road 512
32948
City in which main office is located: Fellsmere
Are you a 501(c): Yes
Mission:

Provide Peace of Mind to Senior Citizens when they can no longer care for their beloved pets when placed into Hospice, Memory Care, Nursing Homes, Assisted Living or Rehab following a medical procedure.
To Operate a Paws Meals On Wheels Pet Food Program providing Pet Food not only for Senior Citizens but also for the Disabled, Veterans, Low Income and Homeless families with pets.

Do you have immediate needs because of the coronavirus pandemic?: Yes
What are they?: Also in short supply of Cat Food as more Senior Citizens have cats then dogs and 75% of all pet food donated comes in as Dog Food.
How can people donate?: Our Website www.pawsmealsonwheels.org - Drop Off location 12198 County Rd 512, Fellsmere, Fl - Paws Thrift Store 931 12th Str, Vero Beach, Fl - Strunk Funeral Home 17th St, Vero Beach, Fl
What kind of other specific help is needed?: Rebagging pet food into smaller easy to handle zip log bags that are delivered to area Food Pantries where they distribute it to their clients.
City: Fellsmere
Phone Number: 772-539-2417

Love Of Paws Logo
Address: © Gifford Youth Orchestra P O Box 691166,
32969
City in which main office is located: Gifford
Are you a 501(c): Yes
Mission:

As a contribution to the idea of breaking the cycles of poverty, our mission is to provide education, experience, and training in various cultural and performing arts, including music, drama, dance, and the vocal arts for the youth of Gifford, Florida (and neighboring Indian River County communities), with a core focus on mastering stringed instruments.

Do you have immediate needs because of the coronavirus pandemic?: No
How can people donate?: Gyotigers.org
What kind of other specific help is needed?: Help with a new facility
City: Vero BEach
Phone Number: Phone: 772-213-3007

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GraceWay Village
Address: 1780 Hartman Road
34947
City in which main office is located: Fort Pierce
Are you a 501(c): Yes
Mission:

Grace Way Village’s mission is to provide emergency support in the area of nutrition and children’s clothing, while addressing long-term needs through educational classes and workshops. With over 45% of St. Lucie County households living in the “employed low-income” and the “poverty” levels, the services provided are greatly needed to assist our neighbors in need. It is considered a privilege by all involved to provide each service free of charge, bringing them hope for a future of self-sufficiency.

Do you have immediate needs because of the coronavirus pandemic?: Yes
What are they?: Financial donations, nonperishable food donations for food pantry, and donations of fresh produce and meats for meals served at GraceWay Village.
How can people donate?: Financial donations can be made through our website or mailed to our mailing address. Food contributions can be dropped off by prior arrangement by calling 772-925-3074 or emailing info@gracewayvillage.com
What kind of other specific help is needed?: Volunteers to help prepare, serve, and deliver meals on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday from 3:00 - 6:00 pm.
City: Fort Pierce
Phone Number: 772-925-3074

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H.A.L.O. No-Kill Rescue
Address: 710 Jackson Street
32958
City in which main office is located: Sebastian
Are you a 501(c): Yes
Mission:

Helping Animals Live and Overcome (H.A.L.O.) provides a no-kill safe haven where extraordinary measures are taken to save homeless pets and protect them from abuse and neglect. H.A.L.O. believes in engaging our community by providing resources, education, and programs to do the same.

How can people donate?: https://halorescuefl.org/donate/
City: Sebastian
Phone Number: 772-589-7297

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Haiti Partners
Address: 1531 US Hwy 1
32960
City in which main office is located: Vero Beach
Are you a 501(c): Yes
Mission:

Helping Haitians change Haiti through education

Do you have immediate needs because of the coronavirus pandemic?: Yes
What are they?: We are providing families of our students in Haiti (1200) with COVID-19 Prevention Kits, which include buckets with faucet (to facilitate handwashing because families don't have running water), clorox, soap and laminated COVID-19 prevention flyer in Haitian Creole and with images. We are also facilitating for families to bring t-shirts to tailors to have masks sewn. This is an inexpensive way to ensure that virtually every Haitian can have a mask. Finally, with knowledge that the economy in Haiti is only going to get worse, we're strengthening our gardening program by helping families get 55 gallon drums and simple spouting so that they can collect rain water from their roofs for watering their gardens.
How can people donate?: For details about giving options (phone, online, check, etc.) visit: https://haitipartners.org/giving-options/
What kind of other specific help is needed?: We are always looking for office volunteers. Once it's safe to convene again.
City: Vero Beach
Phone Number: 772-538-8521

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Hibiscus Children’s Center
Address: 130 S. Indian River Drive, Suite 308
34950
City in which main office is located: Treasure Coast (Martin, Indian River, St. Lucie & Okeechobee Counties)
Are you a 501(c): Yes
Mission:

The mission of Hibiscus Children's Center is to maintain a safe shelter for children who are abused, abandoned and neglected by providing prevention, early intervention, and advocacy in quality residential, assessment and recovery programs. Hibiscus Children's Center serves the Treasure Coast and Okeechobee County.

Do you have immediate needs because of the coronavirus pandemic?: Yes
What are they?: Hibiscus Children's Center is in need of additional financial support to meet the unanticipated costs of COVID-19 that are over and above our typical expenses of caring for children and youth in the Hibiscus Shelter and Village. Like many other non-profits, we had to cancel the remainder of our fundraising events which we heavily rely on for direct support, as well as increased costs due to the children being out of school such as additional meals and snacks, additional staff to care for the children and for educational instruction, and additional counseling for children and families during this stressful time.

How can people donate?: https://hibiscuschildrenscenter.org/donate-2/
What kind of other specific help is needed?: Hibiscus Children's Center's programs are in need of the following items to protect our children in our care, the families we serve in the community and our staff: Clorox/disinfectant wipes, masks and gloves (adult size), antibacterial hand soap , and activities geared for children & teens.
City: Ft. Pierce
Phone Number: 772-340-5750

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Historical Society of Martin County
Address: 825 NE Ocean Boulevard
34996
City in which main office is located: Stuart
Are you a 501(c): Yes
Mission:

The Historical Society of Martin County (HSMC) collects, preserves and interprets for the public the history of Martin County and American life in the context of the St. Lucie River region and Florida in relation to the larger currents of world culture and history.

The HSMC is the parent organization of the Elliott Museum and House of Refuge Museum. The Elliott Museum wows guests with its renowned car and baseball collections, changing exhibits, and galleries featuring local history and the works of local artisans; the House of Refuge transports visitors back in time, depicting what life was like for the keeper and his family in turn-of-the-century Florida. Both museums showcase a wide variety of events, exhibits, collections, and lectures, all designed to engage the interests of people who live in and visit Florida’s Treasure Coast.

Do you have immediate needs because of the coronavirus pandemic?: No
How can people donate?: Go to the HSMC website, www.hsmc-fl.com, and look for the Donate button in the menu at the top of the page.
City: Stuart
Phone Number: (772) 225-1961

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House of Hope
Address: 2484 SE Bonita St.
34997
City in which main office is located: Stuart
Are you a 501(c): Yes
Mission:

Empowering Martin County residents to overcome hunger and hardship.

Do you have immediate needs because of the coronavirus pandemic?: Yes
What are they?: Donations of funds and food items as well as volunteers.
How can people donate?: Online at hohmartin.org/donate, by mail at 2484 SE Bonita St. Stuart, FL 34997 or in person at any location hohmartin.org/locations
What kind of other specific help is needed?: We are providing emergency curbside food service to Martin County residents both residential and those experiencing homelessness. In addition to the food, we also provide personal hygiene items, pet food, homelessness supplies, etc. Any items which may help fill those needs would also go a long way to help our community.
Website: House of Hope
City: Stuart
Phone Number: (772) 286-4673

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Paws to Read Program. We aren\'t just about the animals. But the people too!
Address: 4100 SW Leighton Farm Ave
34990
City in which main office is located: Palm City
Are you a 501(c): Yes
Mission:

To provide compassionate care and nurture the bond between people and pets.

Do you have immediate needs because of the coronavirus pandemic?: Yes
What are they?: Mobile Volunteers can help create enrichment toys at home and receive volunteer hours!
Fosters and Adopters
Supplies Needed:
Canned wet food for both dogs and cats
Peanut butter
Treats
Enrichment toys-both dog and cat
Non clumping , unscented cat litter
Cat Carriers
Timothy Hay for small critters
Donations
Our complete wishlist is found at https://hstc1.org/wishlist
How can people donate?: Visit our website. Call 772-223-8822. By dropping off items to our main shelter in Palm City and leaving in our donation bins.
What kind of other specific help is needed?: Help us reach our fundraising goal on Giving Tuesday May 5. A 24 hour day of giving.
City: Palm City
Phone Number: 772-600-3216

No Kill. Nonprofit. For the Animals.
Wheel class
Address: 1239 16th Street
32960
City in which main office is located: Vero Beach
Are you a 501(c): Yes
Mission:

​Indian River Clay is a clay studio of full and part-time members founded in 2018 to promote the learning and development of pottery skills. We foster a community that inspires curiosity and discovery around the art and craft of clay, drawing together students, artists, and an engaged public. We believe that every person is an artist and that clay is a perfect medium through which to explore our talents. Every day in our studio we strive to deepen the connection between people and clay with the highest quality programs because we believe that shared creativity, so fundamental to humanity, is a critical force for good. IRC is a non-profit, 501c organization.

Do you have immediate needs because of the coronavirus pandemic?: Yes
What are they?: The studio is supported through memberships and classes. We are currently following state guidelines and are closed. Our expenses however remain the same.
How can people donate?: Please donate through our website or contact us by phone for equipment or other donations
What kind of other specific help is needed?: Please follow us on Facebook. We post needs for supplies and equipment on a regular basis.
City: Vero Beach
Phone Number: 7722028598

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KEEP INDIAN RIVER BEAUTIFUL, INC.
Address: 1245 35th Ave
32960
City in which main office is located: Vero Beach
Are you a 501(c): Yes
Mission:

To unite our community through environmental responsibility.

Do you have immediate needs because of the coronavirus pandemic?: Yes
What are they?: Because of COVID19, we have been unable to find a location to move into once our lease is up on May 31st. Our Upcycle It! Thrift Store will close and the office will move into a temporary space. If anyone can provide free or reduced rent space, please contact us.
How can people donate?: Through our website or at our Thrift Store (once restrictions are lifted).
What kind of other specific help is needed?: We are seeing increased litter on our roadways and beaches. We need volunteers to pick up litter on an individual/family basis in your neighborhoods, parks and beaches (contact us for supplies and reporting instructions). Once regular activities resume we will need help with our specific projects as well.
City: Vero Beach
Phone Number: 7722267738

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The Laura (Riding) Jackson home at sunset
Address: 1914 14th Avenue
32960
City in which main office is located: Vero Beach
Are you a 501(c): Yes
Mission:

The Laura (Riding) Jackson Foundation is dedicated to preserving the author's historic home and nurturing local writers through a series of literary offerings including writers groups, summer camps, workshops and poetry festivals.

Do you have immediate needs because of the coronavirus pandemic?: Yes
What are they?: We lost our major annual fundraiser which helps cover our operational expenses for the year.
How can people donate?: https://www.lauraridingjackson.org/support-us/
What kind of other specific help is needed?: We are always looking for volunteers to help with our writing programs and to help with our events.
City: Vero Beach
Phone Number: 7726335721

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Address: 811 Delaware Avenue
34950
City in which main office is located: Ft Pierce
Are you a 501(c): Yes
Mission:

To Improve lives through the gift of literacy

Do you have immediate needs because of the coronavirus pandemic?: No
How can people donate?: They can go on line to our website and donate, or mail in donations
What kind of other specific help is needed?: Always need donations and volunteers
City: Ft Pierce
Phone Number: 772-464-2747