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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

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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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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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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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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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Music Angels Education Fund, Inc.
Address: P.O Box 650489
32965
City in which main office is located: Vero Beach
Are you a 501(c): Yes
Mission:

"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

Do you have immediate needs because of the coronavirus pandemic?: Yes
What are they?: Had to cancel 2 concerts- April 6 and May 16, 2020- Loss of revenue which support scholarships for children
How can people donate?: Mail checks to Music Angels Education Fund, Inc, P.O Box 650489 , Vero Beach, FL 32965 or call Linda at 484-885-7492 to donate through Square
What kind of other specific help is needed?: I could also use help with a Grant writer so I am ready to apply for upcoming Local grants. also volunteers to post on Facebook
City: Vero Beach
Phone Number: 4848857492

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Pineapple Playhouse
Address: 700 W. Weatherbee Road
34982
City in which main office is located: Fort Pierce
Are you a 501(c): Yes
Mission:

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

Do you have immediate needs because of the coronavirus pandemic?: Yes
What are they?: The last two shows of our season were postponed and summer children's camp cancelled due to Covid-19.
How can people donate?: Checks may be mailed, or credit card information taken over the phone.
City: Fort Pierce
Phone Number: 7724650366

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Address: 1490 SE Cove Road
34997
City in which main office is located: Stuart, FL
Are you a 501(c): Yes
Mission:

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.

Do you have immediate needs because of the coronavirus pandemic?: Yes
What are they?: Samaritan Center is entirely self-funded through fundraising events and support from individual donors, churches and grants/foundations. Our fundraising was cut short this season due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and we have no immediate way to recoup this funding. At the same time, we are meeting today’s challenges by expanding our services to include remote learning and virtual counseling. We are also sanitizing our campus to prepare for the boys’ eventual return. So while our funding has been cut short, our services have become more challenging to provide – and more critically needed – than ever.
How can people donate?: They can donate online via our web site, at https://www.thesamaritancenter.org/donate/, phone us at 772-287-4123, or mail in their contribution.
City: Stuart
Phone Number: 772-287-4123

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The Inner Truth Project
Address: 2190 Reserve Park Trace, #13
34986
City in which main office is located: Port St. Lucie
Are you a 501(c): Yes
Mission:

Our Mission is to offer therapeutic services to survivors of sexual trauma and provide education on prevention strategies and trauma to the larger community.

Do you have immediate needs because of the coronavirus pandemic?: Yes
What are they?: Crisis intervention and increase of therapeutic services via teletherapy





How can people donate?: https://innertruthproject.org/donate/
What kind of other specific help is needed?: We are creating comfort care packages for our clients with anxiety and depression: puzzles, coloring books, coloring pencils, journals, cozy socks, bath bubbles, books, small blankets.
City: Port St. Lucie
Phone Number: 772-200-4599

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The Salvation Army
Address: 821 SE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.

34994
City in which main office is located: Stuart
Are you a 501(c): Yes
Mission:

The Salvation Army's mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.

Do you have immediate needs because of the coronavirus pandemic?: Yes
What are they?: The Salvation Army helps people in need with things like food, shelter and emergency financial assistance. Our food pantries in Martin, St. Lucie and Okeechobee Counties are in need of food to meet the increased demands. We are in need of financial contributions to accommodate the increase in requests for assistance with rent, utilities and prescriptions.
How can people donate?: Food drop-offs can be made at any of our social services offices. Items such as gently-used furniture, clothing and household items may be dropped off at either of our Family Stores. Financial contributions may be mailed to The Salvation Army, 821 SE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Stuart, FL 34994.
What kind of other specific help is needed?: Our homeless shelter is always in need of laundry detergent and toiletries such as soap, shampoo, deodorant, shaving cream and razors, and toothpaste and toothbrushes. We also appreciate donations of packages of new socks and underwear for women and children.
City: Stuart
Phone Number: 772-288-1471

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Campus Life Ministry
Address: 2206 16th Ave
Building B 205-6
32960
City in which main office is located: Vero Beach
Are you a 501(c): Yes
Mission:

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.

Do you have immediate needs because of the coronavirus pandemic?: Yes
What are they?: We are in need of donations to upgrade our online zoom account and we are also in need of a new laptop for our High School Ministry Director. A new laptop will give her the ability to stay connected with our lost and hurting students.
How can people donate?: Visit www.givetoyfc.com to give online or mail checks to: YFC, PO Box 651455, Vero Beach, FL 32965
What kind of other specific help is needed?: We are in need of prayer for our students. Although many believe that kids are loving time off school, this time has been incredibly difficult for our Campus Life students. There is a large population of adolescents whose homes in regular life are prisons and school is their escape.  In this time, they find themselves trapped in unhealthy environments and have very little resources to help them navigate their situations.  Please pray for the students of Indian River County. Pray that they would press into God during this time and reach out for support where it is needed.
City: Vero Beach
Phone Number: 772-226-0489

YFC meets students where they are to earn the right to be heard in their lives.