Items Needed Now
COVID-19 has caused our donations of shelf-stable items for the food pantry to drop dramatically. As supermarkets and donors have faced shortages themselves we are no longer receiving donations of much-needed items like loaves of bread, canned vegetables, cereal, soup, or canned meats. These are items with longer shelf life and do not require people in need to come to our center for a daily or weekly pick up. We are also in need of cleaning supplies to maintain our facility safe and sanitary. We serve many individuals who cannot drive to other food distribution sites or who simply trust our organization for our 20 years of service to the Lealman community.
Lealman & Asian Neighborhood Family Center
4255 56th Ave N, St. Petersburg, FL 33714
The Healthy Start Coalition of Pinellas, Inc. is a private, non-profit community based charitable organization focused on improving the health and well-being of pregnant women, their children, and families. Our services are no cost to families regardless of income or insurance, are individualized, and proven to promote and support healthy pregnancies, babies, and families. We are 501(c)(3) #85-8012644613C-8
Baby Items! for
Healthy Start Coalition of Pinellas
4000 Gateway Centre Blvd, Pinellas Park, FL 33782
Thousands of people in Tampa live on the streets, Tens of thousands lack access to reliable transportation.Shockingly, Covid-19 has impacted this situation in two ways:(1) A GLOBAL disruption in bike and bike part production, and(2) Thousands of people who depend on public transportation are stranded looking for a safer alternative.This has left @WellBuiltBikes in a very difficult situation and we'd love your help!
12256 University Mall Ct, Tampa, FL 33612
Our main focus is providing bicycles for those in need, so if you have something that is road worthy then we would love to hear from you. Please use the form below to contact us. We also have drop off locations available in the following areas, but please call them first to make sure they are open: Tampa - University Bicycle Center, 1220 E Fletcher Ave. Phone: 813-971--2277 Tampa - Oliver's Cycle Sports, 18055 Highwoods Preserve Pkwy. Phone: 813-910-0207 Tag "Bikes For Christ" St Petersburg - Tony's Bike Shop, 19 21st St North. Phone: 727-537-6162 Plant City - Jarrett Scott Ford, 2000 E. Baker St. Phone: 813-752-4171 Mulberry - Eastside Baptist Church, 301 NE 12th Ave. Phone: 863-425-1206 Brandon - Beef 'O' Brady's, 210 S. Kings Ave. Phone: 813-681-3428 Brandon - Cycle Therapy, 917 Lithia Pinecrest Road Phone: 813-548-0007 Monetary donations are the greatest need, as they allow us to continue the work we do. We cover four counties and are now doing international work, and funds are needed to continue. And of course we purchase Bibles and other inspirational books to hand out not only to those who receive a bike, but anyone who longs to know more about God's eternal love! Please give if you can.
Bikes For Christ
2500 Al Simmons Rd, Dover, FL 33527
We need your help! We are running low on children’s clothing and shoes ranging from infancy-middle school sizes. . . If you have girls or boys clothing and shoes and you no longer need them please consider donating them. You can drop them off at our donation bin anytime any day. Visit us online to view details about the donation drop off location. We can’t do it without you
Reach Services INC.
5501 31st St S, St. Petersburg, FL 33712
Your old clothes can be turned into cash for your local Red Cross! Americans each discard an average of 68 pounds of clothes every year. By donating your clothing to charity, you can put some of that to good use. Here are some tips on clearing out your closet and helping others enjoy your unwanted clothing and textiles. Clean Out the Closet Do a thorough de-clutter of the space that you want to clear out. Make the donation pile so that you know what's ready to go.
American Red Cross Of Tampa Bay
3310 W Main St, Tampa, FL 33607
The COVID-19 pandemic is making school attendance uncertain for this semester. Distance learning requires access to a computer and the internet, and a lot of families cannot afford to get the technology they need to make these adjustments.While the school system is able to provide one laptop per home in some cases, families with multiple children risk them falling behind in education. Mass unemployment is only compounding the problem. We are working on solutions to help local families facing these issues so that we can reduce the harm COVID-19 is doing to our neighbors, and we need your help!If you can afford to give, please consider donating even $10 to help us help our neighbors in need. Visit http://positivespinfl.org/donate today.If you have a spare, working laptop that you'd like to donate, please reach out to us.If you are out of work or in need due to COVID-19, call 813-977-7677 to find out how Positive Spin can assist you.
Positive Spin, Inc.
5118 N 56th St #224, Tampa, FL 33610
Help us by providing dental products and tools, office supplies, toiletries, or services such as landscaping or cleaning. Small/Medium disposable surgical gowns Cavi Wipes Clorox Disinfecting Wipes Antibacterial Liquid or Foaming Hand Soap
Quantum Leap Farm uses calm, gentle therapy horses in all of our therapeutic programs. To ensure the safety of our participants and staff, we only take horses who are sound, quiet, fully trained and can be trusted with a variety of riders. If you’re interested in donating your horse, please begin with our application.
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Quantum Leap Farm
10401 Woodstock Rd, Odessa, FL 33556
We strive to keep our animals happy and healthy in unique ways. One way we go about doing that is by providing daily enrichment to all our animals. As a non-profit organization, the Zoo depends on contributions from donors like you to help enrich the lives of animals in our care and inspire future generations. Your commitment makes clear that you are part of a community that cares about saving species and conserving wildlife. To purchase a gift for one of our animals click here.
1101 W Sligh Ave, Tampa, FL 33604
Corbett Prep makes an enormous commitment to hiring the best and brightest teachers and providing them and our students with the tools they need to be successful. Supporting Corbett Prep helps assure that the cutting-edge educational assets provided to every student will remain available and relevant. Annual giving helps provide the critical difference between tuition revenue and the actual cost of a Corbett Prep education, underwriting efforts such as teacher recruitment, retention, and professional development as well as technology and special program opportunities for students.
Corbett Preparatory School of IDS
12015 Orange Grove Dr, Tampa, FL 33618
Dementia Redefined is operated with the philosophy that knowledge and understanding is the foundation to a successful approach to living life well. We do this by providing community awareness and support programs to individuals with dementia, their families and support teams.We operate through donations, fundraising efforts and the generous gift of time from our volunteers. The funds received by our organization are used to service those living in the Tampa Bay, Florida area and surrounding communities. In addition, we extend our outreach through various online mediums.
In addition to the 5 Core Services that all Centers for Independent Living offer, Disability Achievement Center offers additional programs based on the needs of the local community. These include:Medical Equipment Recycling ProgramConsumer Equipment & Modification AssistanceDeaf & Hard of Hearing ServicesEmployment Services
At Cristo Rey Tampa support is vital to our mission. We are thankful for the outpouring of community support given to our students and faculty. This year, as we welcome our first graduating class, we also establish traditions and pave the way for future Cristo Rey Tampa students. We are building a school that provides students the opportunity to grow academically and spiritually as they prepare to enter college.It is through the generosity of friends like you that we can educate and provide opportunities to young men and women who are committed to hard work, serving others, and reaching their full potential. Join us in our efforts to transform the lives of these amazing students.
Cristo Rey Tampa High School at Mary Help of Christians
6400 E Chelsea St, Tampa, FL 33610
The Museum needs your financial support. Donations for exhibits, speakers, and educational programs as well as funding for operational expenses are needed. Giving to the Woodson Museum is appreciated at all levels. All donors will be publicly recognized and will receive benefits based on the level of giving.
Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum
2240 9th Ave S, St. Petersburg, FL 33712
A nonprofit is as strong as the community that holds it up. Together, we can do more than we can do alone. Let's bring our abilities and passions together to affect real change.There are many ways to join us and support our mission. Contact us to find out more about volunteer opportunities, fundraising events, and ways that you can get our message to your friends and family.
D.R.E.A.M. "Developing, Refreshing, & Empowering All Minds"
Gibsonton, FL 33534
With your support, the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Suncoast can continue its work at building Great Futures for thousands of youth between the ages of 5-18 years in Pinellas County. Our priority is to nurture the overall well-being of youth, during their most critical stages in life, and guide them down a path that encourages them to become productive, responsible and caring citizens. No gift is too small and our promise to you is that we use it responsibly, sensibly, and with the most important thing in mind - our kids.
Boys & Girls Clubs of the Suncoast
4625 E Bay Dr #103, Clearwater, FL 33764
Casey's Healing Hooves is focused on bettering not just our community but the world. We can only meet our goals with the assistance of community members like yourself in order to implement and maintain its on going programs in the Tampa Bay community. Your contributions, donations, sponsorship's, and volunteer services will be used to fund the equine programs, and scholarships for children and families with financial challenges. In addition, financial support will be used to offset the costs of maintaining the farm, hiring of qualified personnel, and pay expenses relevant to the welfare, feeding, and stabling of the animals at the farm. No donation is too small. All donations are greatly appreciated!
It takes a professional board, a dedicated staff, compassionate volunteers and YOUR support to ensure that today’s children are adequately prepared for the future.As we endeavor to continue to meet the growing needs of children in today’s economy we need your support more than ever. We have a variety of ways you can show your support for Champions for Children! You can give a one time gift, join our Champions' Circle for monthly giving or become a volunteer.
Champions for Children
3108 W Azeele St, Tampa, FL 33609
The COVID-19 pandemic is having a major impact on the Boys & Girls Clubs of Hernando County. We are facing an unprecedented situation as we try to provide quality programming to our members even while our clubs remain closed. We need your support now, more than ever, as our staff is doing whatever it takes to ensure our children and families have what they need through these uncertain times.
Boys & Girls Club of Hernando County
5425 Commercial Way, Spring Hill, FL 34607
Help support the extraordinary complexity of caring for cancer patients in surgical and clinical settings, with the additional safety restrictions imposed by COVID-19. These efforts protect patients as well as physicians, nurses and other support staff.