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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

Angels Of Hope FIRST EVER MOBILE SHOWERS on the Treasure Coast
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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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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Back to School Assistance!
Address: 1664 SE Walton Road, Suite 203
34952
City in which main office is located: Indian River, St. Lucie, Martin and Okeechobee Counties
Are you a 501(c): Yes
Mission:

Our mission is to provide assistance to low income individuals who have a connection to the 19th Circuit criminal or dependency court system (victim or ex-offender) with the goal of removing the stumbling blocks that this population often encounters while trying to improve their lives.

Do you have immediate needs because of the coronavirus pandemic?: No
What are they?: Because we maintain avolunteer-based, virtual workforce, we are fully operating during the Coronavirus pandemic. Applications may be submitted online through our website…www.LifeBuildersTC.com/Apply for Assistance
How can people donate?: Donations are gratefully accepted through our website…www.LifeBuildersTC.com/Donate
City: Port St. Lucie
Phone Number: (772) 882-1222

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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.
Because of the closure of our thrift stores, our income stream for our homeless shelters has also been severely impacted. Donations are needed to ensure we can continue to serve these most vulnerable members of our community.
How can people donate?: To arrange for a drop off of donations such as food or other in-kind items, please call 772-288-1471 as our office hours may have changed. To make a financial donation, please mail to The Salvaiton Army Administrative Offices, 821 SE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Stuart, FL 34994.
What kind of other specific help is needed?: Our homeless shelters are 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 men, women and children.
City: Stuart
Phone Number: 772-288-1471

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