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.
To elevate and promote the highest quality early childhood development and education in Indian River County, focusing on economically challenged children and families.
Protect coastal habitats through education and connecting people with the environment.
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.
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.
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.
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.
"Lifting Children into the World of Music" Music Angels provides financial assistant for children 6-17 years of age who cannot afford to pay for their music studies
For almost 50 years St. Lucie Community Theatre DBA as Pineapple Playhouse has worked to provide quality live theater entertainment, promote the arts and educate children
For over 50 years, Samaritan Center’s residential Christian program has helped boys with behavioral issues become young men of character. Boys in grades 1 through 8 come to Samaritan Center as a result of inappropriate behavior resulting in poor academic performance. Prior to the closure of our campus due to the pandemic, Samaritan Center boys resided at our Stuart, Florida campus five days a week. This residential aspect allows us to address our boys’ academic performance as well as their behavior in and out of the classroom. Our team approach also includes counseling for each boy’s family to improve their parenting skills by learning to work our proven behavioral system in their own homes.
Our Mission is to offer therapeutic services to survivors of sexual trauma and provide education on prevention strategies and trauma to the larger community.
The Salvation Army's mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.
Building B 205-6
YFC reaches young people everywhere, working together with the local church and other like-minded partners to raise up lifelong followers of Jesus who lead by their godliness in lifestyle, devotion to prayer and the Word of God, passion for sharing the love of Christ and commitment to social involvement.