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5 STAR VETERANS CENTER
40 Acme Street, 32211
(904) 723-5950 – 5starveteranscenter.org
Executive Director: Col. Len Loving
Mission & Vision: The 5 Star Veterans Center works to ensure a positive impact in North Florida by offering safe/secure housing to displaced veterans, in an attempt to alleviate veteran homelessness.
ABILITY HOUSING OF NORTHEAST FLORIDA, INC.
76 S. Laura Street, #303, 32202
(904) 359-9650 – abilityhousing.org
Executive Director: Shannon Nazworth
Mission & Vision: Ability Housing focuses on the development and operation of quality affordable rental housing for individuals and families experiencing or at risk of homelessness and adults with a disability.
THE ABLE TRUST
3320 Thomasville Road, Suite 200, Tallahassee, 32308
(850) 224-4493 – abletrust.org
President: Dr. Susanne Homant
Mission & Vision: The mission of The Able Trust is to be a key leader in providing opportunities for successful employment for Floridians with disabilities.
4250 Lakeside Drive, Suite 116, 32210
(904) 807-1203 – agingtrue.org
CEO: Teresa K. Barton
Mission & Vision: Aging True has been helping seniors maintain their independence and age gracefully by designing and administering programs in Northeast Florida for the past 54 years.
ALFRED I DUPONT TESTAMENTARY TRUST
510 Alfred duPont Place, 32202
(904) 394-9800 – alfrediduponttrust.org
Chief Operating Officer: Kara P. Riley
Mission & Vision: The Trustees and staff of the Alfred I. duPont Testamentary Trust act as loyal stewards of Alfred I. duPont’s legacy through prudent financial management and faithfulness to his mission, and by advancing his mission appropriately through the Trust’s charitable beneficiary, The Nemours Foundation.
ALLEN ROBINSON’S WITHIN REACH FOUNDATION
59 Cavalier Blvd., Suite 310, Florence, KY 41042
(859) 448-3430 – allenrobinson15.org
Founder: Allen Robinson
Mission & Vision: The mission of the Foundation is to provide educational opportunities and resources to low-income and inner-city students in Jacksonville to help put success within their reach.
THE ALLIANCE FRANÇAISE DE JACKSONVILLE
1628 San Marco Boulevard, Ste. 9, 32207
(904) 469-4964 – afjacksonville.org
President: Sheila Kloc
Mission & Vision: AFJax’s mission is to encourage and develop knowledge of the French language and French and Francophone cultures, and to foster cultural, intellectual and artistic exchanges between the United States, France and French-speaking countries.
ALL I KNOW INC.
5501 Wesconnett Boulevard, #7534, 32244
(904) 305-4124 – alliknowjax.com
Founder/CEO: Claresa Baggs
Mission & Vision: All I Know is committed to providing valuable, insightful, purpose-focused life skills to children and families.
ALS ASSOCIATION FLORIDA CHAPTER
Regional Headquarters – 3242 Parkside Center Circle, Tampa, FL 33619-0907
(888) 257-1717 – alsafl.org
President/CEO: Kim A. Hanna
Mission & Vision: The ALS Association is leading the fight to treat and cure ALS through global research and nationwide advocacy while also empowering people with Lou Gehrig’s disease and their families to live fuller lives by providing them with compassionate care and support.
4237 Salisbury Road, Suite, 406, 32216
(904) 281-9077 – alz.org
CEO: Kay Redington
Mission & Vision: The Alzheimer’s Association is working to eliminate Alzheimer’s disease through the advancement of research; to provide and enhance care and support for all affected; and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health.
AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY
1430 Prudential Drive, 32207
(904) 398-0537 – cancer.org
Executive Director, Community Engagement: Mel Toran
Mission & Vision: The American Cancer Society is dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem by preventing cancer, saving lives and diminishing suffering from cancer through research, education, advocacy and service.
AMERICAN CIVILITY ASSOCIATION
1 Independent Drive, Suite 102, 32202
(904) 612-5031 – americancivility.org
President: Amy Barnett
Mission & Vision: The American Civility Association works to reverse the rising tide of anger, rude behaviors and bullying by educating individuals and families about the dangers of incivility, and equip them with heart tools to live safer and happier lives.
AMERICAN DIABETES ASSOCIATION
7825 Baymeadows Way, Suite 104A, 32256
(904) 730-7200 – diabetes.org
Executive Director: Nicole Donelson
Mission & Vision: The American Diabetes Association works to prevent and cure diabetes and to improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes.
AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION/AMERICAN STROKE ASSOCIATION
5851 St. Augustine Road, 32207
(904) 256-5700 – americanheart.org
Executive Director: Kristin Kyle
Mission & Vision: The American Heart Association is helping build healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke.
AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION OF THE SOUTHEAST
6852 Belfort Oaks Place, 32216
(904) 743-2933 – lungfla.org
President/CEO: Martha Bogdan
Mission & Vision: The American Lung Association helps save lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease.
AMERICAN RED CROSS NORTHEAST FLORIDA
751 Riverside Avenue, 32204
(904) 358-8091 – nefloridaredcross.org
CEO: Victoria Raleigh
Mission & Vision: The American Red Cross works to prevent and alleviate human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors.
AMPUTEE FITNESS COUNCIL, INC.
P.O. Box 40807, 32203
(904) 258-6862 – amputeefitnesscouncil.org
Co-founders: Charlene Hixon, Jennifer Simms
Mission & Vision: The Amputee Fitness Council’s mission is to provide accessible and adaptive fitness and recreational opportunities to those who are living with life-changing limb loss.
ANGELS FOR ALLISON
4155 Oxford Avenue, 32210
(904) 312-9490 – angelsforallison.org
Executive Director: Sissy Crabtree Horn
Mission & Vision: Angels For Allison is an opportunity to gather together in God’s name to help with the financial needs of families who are suffering with the loss of a child.
P.O. Box 24925, 32241
(904) 288-7259 – angelwoodjax.org
Executive Director: Diane Tuttle
Mission & Vision: Angelwood helps improve the quality of life for children and adults with developmental disabilities and their families.
3832-10 Baymeadows Rd. #183, 32217
Founder/President: George Harrell
Mission & Vision: An advocacy group determined to advance projects for the city of Jacksonville that will provide greater prosperity, growth, and revenues to benefit all citizens. The first AquaJax project will be to place a world-class aquarium on the riverfront in downtown Jacksonville.
THE ARC JACKSONVILLE
1050 North Davis Street, 32209
(904) 355-0155 – arcjacksonville.org
President/CEO: Jim Whittaker
Mission & Vision: The ARC works to serve people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to achieve their full potential and to participate in community life.
14499 N. Dale Mabry Highway, Suite #139 – Tampa, Florida 33618
(813) 968-7000 – arthritis.org/florida/
Mission & Vision: The Arthritis Foundation helps to conquer everyday battles through life-changing information and resources, access to optimal care, advancements in science and community connections.
ART WITH A HEART IN HEALTHCARE
841 Prudential Drive, 32207
(904) 306-0390 – artwithaheart.info
Founders: Lori Guadagno, Lisa Landwirth Ullmann; Executive Director: Christy Ponder
Mission & Vision: Art with a Heart in Healthcare provides personalized fine art experiences that enhance the healing process for patients and their families.
ATLANTIC INSTITUTE OF JACKSONVILLE
2032 Southside Blvd., 32216
(904) 379-2915 – atlanticinstitutejax.org
President & CEO: Turan Kilic
Mission & Vision: Atlantic Institute seeks to proactively contribute to educational, cultural, social, and humanitarian issues in the community, with the hope and motivation to find common denominators as global citizens.
8777 San Jose Boulevard, Ste. 803, 32217
(412) 926-7456 – bairfind.org
Founder: Dennis Bair
Mission & Vision: BairFind Foundation’s goal is getting the public more involved with finding missing children: More eyes looking means more children found.
BAPTIST HEALTH FOUNDATION
841 Prudential Drive, Suite 1300 32207
(904) 202-2912 – foundation.baptistjax.com
Chief Development Officer: Pierre N. Allaire, Ph.D.
Mission & Vision: The Baptist Health Foundation, Inc. supports the health system’s mission through philanthropy and stewardship of gifts that enable Baptist Health hospitals – Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville, Baptist-MD Anderson, Baptist Beaches, Baptist Nassau, Baptist South and Wolfson Children’s Hospital – to continually serve patients and their families and other community health care needs.
1303 Jasmine Street, Suite 101, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
(904) 261-7000 – barnabasnassau.org
President & CEO: Wanda Lanier
Mission & Vision: The Barnabas Center works to provide assistance to individuals and families in crisis throughout Nassau County.
841 Plainfield Avenue, 32073
(904) 541-1742 – bascainc.org
CEO: Beth Clark
Mission & Vision: BASCA’s mission is to improve the quality of life for individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities in Northeast Florida.
BEACHES HABITAT FOR HUMANITY
797 Mayport Road, Atlantic Beach, 32233
(904) 241-1222 – beacheshabitat.org
President/CEO: Guy Cuddihee
Mission & Vision: Beaches Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit, ecumenical Christian housing ministry dedicated to eliminating substandard housing in Jacksonville’s Beaches. In addition to building and rehabilitating quality, affordable homes for qualified families in need at no profit, the nonprofit guides its partner families through home ownership and provide educational opportunities.
BEAM (BEACHES EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE MINISTRY)
850 6th Avenue S., Ste. 400, 32250
(904) 241-2326 – jaxbeam.org
Interim Executive Director: Betsy Fallon
Mission & Vision: BEAM is a community-based organization serving low income residents in Jacksonville’s beaches communities. The nonprofit relies heavily on community support to assist those in need of food or shelter.
1956 Blanding Boulevard, 32210
(904) 379-7570 – bensplacecof.org
Co-Founders: Ben Shay, Melody McFadden
Mission & Vision: Ben’s Place mission is to provide social experiences and support the independence of individuals with disabilities. Its vision is based on the premise that individuals with disabilities will be respected and appreciated for their own individual capabilities as they strive toward their own personal dreams.
BEST BUDDIES INTERNATIONAL
4130 Salisbury Road, Suite 2200, 32216
(904) 296-0510 – bestbuddies/florida.org
Area Director: Erika Hatch
Mission & Vision: Best Buddies works to establish a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment and leadership development for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
BETTY GRIFFIN HOUSE
1375 Arapaho Avenue, St. Augustine, FL 32084
(904) 808-8544 – bettygriffinhouse.org
Executive Director: Joyce Mahr
Mission & Vision: The Betty Griffin House offers protection and quality services for victims of Domestic Violence and their minor children and/or victims of Sexual Assault and their families of St. Johns County, through operation of a shelter offering assistance, counseling, and transitional support.
BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF NORTHEAST FLORIDA
3100 University Boulevard South, Suite 120, 32216
(904) 727-9797 – bbbsnefl.org
CEO: Sara Huke-Alford
Mission & Vision: Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Florida provides children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-to-one relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.
BLAKE BORTLES FOUNDATION
(904) 474-2251 – blakebortlesfoundation.com
Founder: Blake Bortles
Mission & Vision: Support children with intellectual and developmental challenges in their pursuit of full, independent lives. Provide support to first responders, with the goal of improving their ability to safely carry out their vital lifesaving work.
THE BOSELLI FOUNDATION
P.O. Box 16385, 32245
(904) 619-8298 – bosellifoundation.com
Executive Director: Jen Vihrachoff
Mission & Vision: The Boselli Foundation is a faith-based non-profit organization striving to help children living in at-risk neighborhoods on the Northside of Jacksonville.
BOUQUETS OF KINDNESS
(904 553-0505 – bouquetsofkindness.org
Founder: Lisa Kirkwood
Mission & Vision: To strengthen the community, show kindness to neighbors and grow friendships in unexpected places with the gift of flowers.
BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS OF NORTHEAST FLORIDA
555 West 25th Street, 32206
(904) 396-4435 – bgcnf.org
President/CEO: Paul Martinez
Mission & Vision: Boys & Girls Clubs of Northeast Florida helps to inspire and enable all young people, especially those from disadvantaged circumstances, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens.
BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, NORTH FLORIDA COUNCIL
521 S. Edgewood Avenue, 32205
(904) 388-0591 – nfcscouting.org
Scout Executive/CEO: Jack Sears
Mission & Vision: The Boy Scouts of America helps to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices in their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scouts’ Oath and Law.
BRIGHT MINDS YOUTH DEVELOPMENT
P.O. Box 441963, 32222
(904) 644-8594 – brightmindsyouth.org
Founder: David Bright
Mission & Vision: Bright Minds Youth Development cultivates young minds for excellence and success by providing opportunities, skills, experience, exposure and positive challenges for children, teens and young adults to improve their quality of life.
CAF & CNL CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT
136 Sawmill Lakes Blvd., 32082
(904) 545-2771 – cafcnl.org
Founder: Jim Houston
Mission & Vision: To raise funds for Challenged Athletes Foundation and Camp No Limits, which provide opportunities and support to people with physical disabilities.
CAMP I AM SPECIAL
235 Marywood Drive, St. Johns, 32259
(904) 230-7447 – campiamspecial.com
Executive Director: Lauren Weedon Hopkins
Mission & Vision: Camp I Am Special, a program of Catholic Charities, helps to reflect the compassion and love of God in Christ, by providing persons with disabilities the opportunities to know, love and serve God based on the value and dignity of human life.
CAMPUS CRUSADE FOR CHRIST – INNER CITY MINISTRY
5860 Mt. Carmel Terrace, 32216
(904) 448-0737 – cru.org
President: Steve Douglass
Mission & Vision: Campus Crusade For Christ, Jacksonville, serves and mobilizes the church to live out God’s heart for the poor by training and resourcing volunteers in partner ministries.
CANINE COMPANIONS FOR INDEPENDENCE (CCI)
Southeast Regional Office – 8150 Clarcona Ocoee Road, Orlando, FL 32818
(407) 522-3300 – cci.org
SE Region Executive Director: Bryan Williams
Mission & Vision: Canine Companions For Independence enhances the lives of people with disabilities by providing highly trained assistance dogs and ongoing support to ensure quality partnerships.
CATHEDRAL ARTS PROJECT
207 N. Laura Street, Suite 300, 32202
(904) 281-5599 – capkids.org
President/CEO: Rev. Kimberly Hyatt
Mission & Vision: The Cathedral Arts Project works to enrich the quality of life in Northeast Florida through unleashing the creative spirit of young people.
CATHOLIC CHARITIES BUREAU JACKSONVILLE
134 E. Church Street, 32202
(904) 354-4846 – ccbjax.org
Executive Director: Lauren Weedon Hopkins
Mission & Vision: Catholic Charities provides services to anyone in need, regardless of race or religion; to advocate justice, human dignity and quality of life; and to call all people to join in these efforts; thereby reflecting the compassion of God in Christ.
CATHOLIC FOUNDATION OF THE DIOCESE OF ST. AUGUSTINE
11625 Old St. Augustine Road, 32258
(904) 262-3200 – dosafl.com/catholic-foundation
Executive Director: Christopher “Kit” Parker
Mission & Vision: The mission of the Catholic Foundation of the Diocese of St. Augustine is to expand the opportunities for Christ’s work in the Diocese-its parishes and schools, its ministries and clergy by encouraging stewardship, philanthropy and the growth of perpetual endowment.
CECIL FIELD POW/MIA MEMORIAL
P.O. Box 440625, 32222
[email protected] – powmiamemorial.org
President: Michael Cassata
Mission & Vision: The memorial will honor all former prisoners of war, remember and never forget those quiet, missing in action heroes and the families that wait for their return.
3116 St. Johns Avenue, 32205
(904) 384-8484 – championwomen.org
Founder/CEO: Nancy Hogshead-Makar
Mission & Vision: Champion Women is an advocacy organization for girls and women in sports, and uses sports to improve the lives of girls and women.
CHILD CANCER FUND
4720 Salisbury Road, 32256
(904) 396-4223 – childcancerfund.org
Executive Director: Carla Montgomery
Mission & Vision: The Child Cancer Fund provides emotional, practical, educational, and financial support to families of children battling childhood cancer.
CHILD GUIDANCE CENTER
5776 St. Augustine Road, 32207
(904) 448-4700 – childguidancecenter.org
President/CEO: Theresa Rulien, Ph.D.
Mission & Vision: Invest in the community by providing counseling and support services to assist children and families in reaching their fullest potential. Improve the lives of children and families by offering a full range of comprehensive, state-of-the-art behavioral health services.
THE CHILDREN’S HOME SOCIETY OF FLORIDA – BUCKNER DIVISION
3027 San Diego Road, 32207
(904) 493-7744 – chsfl.org
Executive Director: Kymberly Cook
Mission & Vision: The Children’s Home Society embraces children and inspires lives by helping to break generational cycles of child abuse and protecting children from harm.
CHILDREN’S MIRACLE NETWORK – JACKSONVILLE
580 W. 8th Street Tower 1, 3rd Floor, 32209
(904) 244-9354 – cmnjax.com
Executive Director: Emily Williamson
Mission & Vision: Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals are dedicated to improving the health and welfare of all children by raising funds and awareness for the pediatric programs of UF Health Jacksonville and Wolfson Children’s Hospital.
CHRISTIAN HEALING MINISTRIES
438 W. 67th Street, 32208
(904) 765-3332 – christianhealingmin.org
Director of Ministry/President: Judith MacNutt
Mission & Vision: Jacksonville’s largest non-profit organization dedicated to the practice and teaching of healing prayer strives to make Christian healing prayer a way of life in families, churches, and medical professions, and to be a visible presence of Jesus’ desire to heal in the world today.
CHRIST’S STARFISH FOUNDATION
11750 Coastal Lane, 32258
(904) 612-8522 – christstarfish.org
President: Carldon Lahey
Mission & Vision: Christ’s Starfish Foundation share the love of Jesus Christ providing assistance to children’s hospitals through child life specialists and by assisting families of non-cancer patients who are experiencing financial hardships due to medical expenses.
CISV INTERNATIONAL – JACKSONVILLE CHAPTER
1650 Market Street, Suite 302
(904) 568-0818 – cisvjax.org
President: Lynn Buff
Mission & Vision: CISV International helps participants develop skills to become informed, responsible and active global citizens to make a difference in our community and the world.
CITY RESCUE MISSION
426 S. McDuff Avenue, 32254
(904) 387-9377 – crmjax.org
Executive Director: Penny Kievet
Mission & Vision: The City Rescue Mission exists to transform the lives of the homeless and needy, serving them through the love and compassion of Jesus Christ.
CIVIC ORCHESTRA OF JACKSONVILLE
3305 Riverside Avenue, 32205
President: Nadine Terk
Mission & Vision: To cultivate classical music connoisseurship through education, performance, and collaborative programming to engage, enrich, and strengthen our community.
CLARA WHITE MISSION
613 W. Ashley Street, 32202
(904) 354-4162 – clarawhitemission.org
President/CEO: Ju’Coby Pittman
Mission & Vision: The Clara White Mission works in partnership with the community to prevent and reduce homelessness through advocacy, housing, job training and employment.
CLAY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CENTER
3292 County Road 220, Middleburg, FL 32068
(904) 291-5561 – ccbhc.org
CEO: Irene M. Toto, LMHC
Mission & Vision: Clay Behavioral Health Center is dedicated to being a resource that provides mental health and substance abuse counseling and treatment to adults, teens, children and families in Clay County.
COMMUNITIES IN SCHOOLS – JACKSONVILLE
One Riverside Avenue, Suite 400, 32202
(904) 366-6350 – cisjax.org
CEO: Steve Gilbert
Mission & Vision: Communities In Schools works to surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life.
THE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION FOR NORTHEAST FLORIDA
245 Riverside Avenue, Suite 310, 32202
(904) 356-4483 – jaxcf.org
President: Nina Waters
Mission & Vision: The Community Foundation For Northeast Florida stimulates philanthropy to build a better community through civic leadership, philanthropic leadership and by providing products and services to help donors fulfill their philanthropic goals.
COMMUNITY HEALTH OUTREACH
5126 Timuquana Road, 32210
(904) 573-1333 – chojax.org
Executive Director: Bernice Mauras
Mission & Vision: Community Health Outreach works to clothe the needy, feed the hungry and heal the sick in the name of God.
COMMUNITY HOSPICE & PALLIATIVE CARE
4266 Sunbeam Road, 32257
(904) 268-5200 – communityhospice.com
President/CEO: Susan Ponder-Stansel
Mission & Vision: Community Hospice & Palliative Care works to improve the quality of life for patients and families, and to be the compassionate guide for end-of-life care in our community.
COMMUNITY REHABILITATION CENTER
623 Beechwood Street, 32206
(904) 358-1211 – communityrehabcenter.org
CEO: Reginald Gaffney
Mission & Vision: The Community Rehabilitation Center promotes the mental, physical and emotional well-being of individuals and families in Northeast Florida by providing easily accessible, culturally competent, quality-based clinical services.
COMPASSIONATE HEARTS FOR KIDS
731 Duval Station Road, 32216
Founders: Christina and Richard Wood
Mission & Vision: To show love to children dealing with difficult situations by bringing comfort and joy in their time of need, we desire to show compassion to all children experiencing difficulties by demonstrating love through action: the Caden Project provides Build-A-Bears© to children in hospitals, and Caleb’s Helping Hands finds special solutions for special needs children who need help participating in life’s activities.
COUNCIL ON AGING ST. JOHNS COUNTY
180 Marine Street, St. Augustine, FL 32084
(904) 209-3700 – coasjc.com
Executive Director: Becky Yanni
Mission & Vision: The Council On Aging St. Johns County provides leadership and advocacy for the dignity, independence, health and community involvement of older St. Johns County residents.
COUNCIL ON AGING NASSAU COUNTY
1367 S. 18th Street, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
(904) 261-0701 – nassaucountycoa.org
Executive Director: Janice Ancrum
Mission & Vision: The Council On Aging of Nassau County works to improve the lives of older adults with a special focus on those who are vulnerable and disadvantaged through their Senior Life Centers as well as compassionate care designed to improve the health, independence and economic security of area seniors and their families.
CROHN’S & COLITIS FOUNDATION OF AMERICA/CENTRAL & NORTHEAST FL CHAPTER
P.O. Box 124, Ponte Vedra Beach, 32004
(904) 553-9743 – www.ccfa.org, www.cctakesteps.org
Take Steps Walk Manager: Ginger Peace
Mission & Vision: To cure Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, and to improve the quality of life of children and adults affected by these diseases.
CULTURAL CENTER AT PONTE VEDRA BEACH
50 Executive Way, Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082
(904) 280-0614 – ccpvb.org
Executive Director: Judy Hixenbaugh
Mission & Vision: The Cultural Center at Ponte Vedra Beach works to bring the arts into the life of our communities through arts education, art appreciation and community outreach.
CULTURAL COUNCIL OF GREATER JACKSONVILLE
300 Water Street, 32202
(904) 358-3600 – culturalcouncil.org
Executive Director: Tony Allegretti
Mission & Vision: The Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville champions the appreciation, relevance, and expression of art and culture.
THE CUMMER MUSEUM OF ART & GARDENS
829 Riverside Avenue, 32204
(904) 356-6857 – cummermuseum.org
Chief Operating Officer/Chief Curator: Holly Keris
Mission & Vision: The Cummer Museum works to engage and inspire through the arts, gardens, and education.
CYSTIC FIBROSIS FOUNDATION – FLORIDA CHAPTER
7899 Baymeadows Way, Suite 200, 32256
(904) 733-3560 – cff.org
National President/CEO: Preston Campbell III, M.D.
Mission & Vision: The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation is dedicated to improving the daily lives of people with Cystic Fibrosis and to finding a cure for all people with CF.
DANIEL KIDS FOUNDATION
4203 Southpoint Boulevard, 32216
(904) 296-1055 – danielkids.org
President/CEO: James Clark
Mission & Vision: Daniel Kids Foundation, Inc. works to improve the lives of children and families through various community-based services.
DARE – DACHSHUND ADOPTION, RESCUE & EDUCATION
4495-304 Roosevelt Blvd., PMB 179, 32210
President: Alicia Duval
Mission & Vision: DARE views its mission as increasing public awareness through education against animal cruelty, related issues and overpopulation while rescuing and re-homing displaced and unwanted dachshunds and dachshund mixes.
DAVID GARRARD FOUNDATION
1021 Oak Street, 32204
(904) 376-7029 – www.davidgarrardfoundation.org
Director: Heather Surface
Mission & Vision: Founded in 2009, the David Garrard Foundation supports programs that enhance the awareness, education and research of breast cancer and Crohn’s disease. The foundation also aims to support healthy lifestyle choices for youth.
DELORES BARR WEAVER POLICY CENTER
40 E. Adams Street, Suite 130, 32202
(904) 598-0901 – seethegirl.org
Senior Vice President: Inderjit Vicky Basra, LMSW
Mission & Vision: The Delores Barr Weaver Policy Center is a local nonprofit organization that works to engage communities, organizations and individuals through quality research, community organizing, advocacy, training and model programming to advance the rights of girls and young women, especially those in the justice and child protection systems.
DEPAUL SCHOOL OF NORTHEAST FLORIDA
3044 San Pablo Road South, 32224
(904) 223-3391 – depaulschool.com
Head of School: Dr. Amber Oliveira
Mission & Vision: The DePaul School of Northeast Florida is committed to understanding and educating students with specific learning differences such as visual and auditory processing disorders, memory or attention deficits and dyslexia.
DLC NURSE & LEARN
4101 College Street, 32205
(904) 387-0370 – dlcnl.org
Executive Director: Amy Buggle
Mission & Vision: DLC Nurse & Learn provides year-round high-quality education, nursing care, and therapies to children of all abilities so that children and families have the opportunity to reach their maximum potential.
11762 Marco Beach Drive Suite 6, 32224
(904) 242-0034 – thedonnafoundation.org
Director: Amanda Napolitano
Mission & Vision: The Donna Foundation raises money to be used exclusively for the critical needs of First Coast women living with breast cancer.
THE DONOVIN DARIUS FOUNDATION
13245 Atlantic Boulevard, 32225
(904) 290-0020 – donovindariusfoundation.com
Founder: Donovin Darius
Mission & Vision: To educate, equip and empower individuals in identifying their purpose and to maximize their potential, serving the hearts, souls and minds of families in Northeast Florida.
DON’T MISS A BEAT
PO Box 6697, 32226
(904) 385-4001 – dontmissabeat.org
Director of Programs: Esther Poitier
Mission & Vision: The mission of Don’t Miss a Beat is to blend music, art, academic achievement, and civic engagement to inspire and enlighten children and teens in the Riverside and Brooklyn communities.
DOUGLAS ANDERSON SCHOOL FOR THE ARTS FOUNDATION
2445 San Diego Road, 32207
Executive Director: Jacqueline Cornelius
Mission & Vision: The Foundation strives to further the arts program at Douglas Anderson School for the Arts and the talents of the students who attend the school.
DOWNTOWN ECUMENICAL SERVICES COUNCIL
215 N. Ocean Street, 32202
(904) 358-7955 – descjax.org
Director of Operations: Beth Hood; Director of Programs: Beth Wilson
Mission & Vision: The Downtown Ecumenical Services Council provides emergency assistance to people in need through food distribution, clothing assistance and financial assistance.
DOWN SYNDROME ASSOCIATION OF JACKSONVILLE
630 May Street, 32204
(904) 353-6300 – dsaj.org
Executive Director: Debbie Revels
Mission & Vision: The Down Syndrome Association of Jacksonville is committed to helping people with Down Syndrome achieve their full potential and to helping create a community that is educated, supportive, and inclusive of individuals with Down Syndrome.
DREAMS COME TRUE OF JACKSONVILLE
6803 Southpoint Parkway, 32216
(904)296-3030 – dreamscometrue.org
Executive Director: Sheri K. Criswell
Mission & Vision: Dreams Come True is dedicated to fulfilling the dreams of children with life-threatening illness.
National Headquarters – One Waterfowl Way, Memphis, Tennessee 38120
1-800-45DUCKS or (352) 262-9252 – ducks.org/florida
Area Director: Jarrett Lafferty
Mission & Vision: Ducks Unlimited is the world’s leader in wetlands and waterfowl conservation.
EARLY LEARNING COALITION DUVAL COUNTY
8301 Cypress Plaza Drive, Suite 201, 32256
(904) 208-2044 – elcduval.org
President/CEO: Susan Main
Mission & Vision: The Early Learning Coalition helps lead and support the early learning community in building the best foundation for children from birth to age five.
10688 Old St. Augustine Road, 32257
(904) 391-6600 – myeldersource.org
Executive Director: Linda Levin
Mission & Vision: ElderSource works to empower individuals to age with independence and dignity by providing leadership, direction, advocacy and support for a comprehensive, coordinated continuum of care.
3832-010 Baymeadows Road, Suite 348, 32217
(904) 268-8287 – empowermentresourcesinc.org
Executive Director: Elexia Coleman-Moss
Mission & Vision: Empowerment Resources works to make children and families stronger and empower them to be successful leaders in the community today, for a better tomorrow.
EPIC ANIMALS OUTREACH
(904) 274-1177 – epicanimals.org
Compassion Creator: Jessie Miller
Mission & Vision: Humane education to create a more compassionate world for people, animals, and the environment.
EPILEPSY FOUNDATION OF FLORIDA – JACKSONVILLE
5209 San Jose Boulevard, Suite 101, 32207
(904) 731-3752 – efof.org
CEO: Karen Egozi
Mission & Vision: The Epilepsy Foundation of Florida leads the fight to stop seizures, find a cure and overcome challenges created by epilepsy.
EPISCOPAL CHILDREN’S SERVICES
8443 Baymeadows Road, Suite 1, 32256
(904) 726-1500 – ecs4kids.org
CEO: Connie Stophel
Mission & Vision: Episcopal Children’s Services strives to be a recognized leader in early childhood education that uses research and best practices to help families ensure their children enter school ready to learn.
EXCHANGE CLUB FAMILY CENTER
3119 Spring Glen Road, Ste. 111, 32207
(904) 306-9318 – exchangeclubfamilycenter.com
Board President: Barbara Alexander
Mission & Vision: The mission of the Exchange Club Family Center of Northeast Florida is to help parents learn to provide safe, healthy and nurturing home environments in which their children may thrive.
FAMILY NURTURING CENTER OF JACKSONVILLE
2759 Bartley Circle, 32207
(904) 389-4244 – fncflorida.org
Executive Director: Stella Johnson
Mission & Vision: The Family Nurturing Center is dedicated to the needs of children and families in crisis throughout Florida.
FAMILY PROMISE OF JACKSONVILLE
225 E. Duval Street, 32202
(904) 354-1818 – familypromisejax.org
Executive Director: Mark Landschoot
Mission & Vision: Family Promise is an interfaith hospitality network providing temporary assistance, hospitality and case management for families with children experiencing homelessness.
FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICES OF NORTH FLORIDA
130 Riverplace Boulevard, Suite 700, 32207
(904) 421-5800 – fssjax.org
President/CEO: Lee Kaywork (retires Jan. 15, 2018); Robert Miller succeeds
Mission & Vision: The Family Support Services of North Florida, Inc. works to be the leader in providing safety, stability, and quality of life for all children by working with the community to strengthen the family unit.
FEEDING NORTHEAST FLORIDA
1116 Edgewood Avenue North, Units D/E, 32254
(904) 513-1333 – feedingnefl.org
President/CEO: Frank Castillo
Mission & Vision: Feeding Northeast Florida’s strives to banish hunger from all 17 counties in Northeast Florida.
FIREHOUSE SUBS PUBLIC SAFETY FOUNDATION
12735 Gran Bay Parkway, Suite 150, 32258
(904) 606-5148 – firehousesubsfoundation.org
Executive Director: Robin Peters
Mission & Vision: The foundation’s mission is to impact the live-saving capabilities, and the lives, of local heroes and their communities.
FIRST COAST NO MORE HOMELESS PETS, INC.
6817 Norwood Avenue, 32208
(904) 425-0005 – fcnmhp.org
Founder & Executive Director: Rick DuCharme
Mission & Vision: First Coast No More Homeless Pets seeks to end the killing of dogs and cats in shelters in our community, Northeast Florida and the nation.
FIRST COAST YOUTH ORCHESTRA/FIRST COAST COMMUNITY MUSIC
11901 Beach Blvd, Building N102, 32246
(904) 515-5092 – firstcoastyo.com
Artistic Director: Scott Gregg; Administrative Director: Tami Chacon
Mission & Vision: The mission of the First Coast Community Music School is to serve as a nonprofit, non-degree-granting institution dedicated to bringing high quality professional music instruction to students of all ages, from a broad spectrum of the community in order to enrich the cultural life of the greater Jacksonville Community.
THE FIRST TEE OF NORTH FLORIDA
4401 Cypress Links Boulevard, 32033
(904) 810-2231 – thefirstteenorthflorida.org
Executive Director: Jeff Willoughby
Mission & Vision: The First Tee of North Florida works to impact the lives of young people by providing educational programs that build character, instill life-enhancing values and promote healthy choices through the game of golf.
FLORIDA BREAST CANCER FOUNDATION
11900 Biscayne Blvd., Suite 288, N. Miami 33181
(305) 631-2134 – FloridaBreastCancer.org
Executive Director: Russell Silverman
Mission & Vision: Dedicated to ending breast cancer through advocacy, education and research.
THE FLORIDA NONPROFIT ALLIANCE
40 E. Adams Street, Suite 229, 32202
(407) 694-5213 – flnonprofits.org
Executive Director: Sabeen Perwaiz
Mission & Vision: The Florida Nonprofit Alliance informs, promotes, and strengthens the nonprofit sector in order to create more vibrant communities across the state.
FLORIDA PANCREAS CANCER COALITION, INC.
Founder: Patrick McLaughlin
Mission & Vision: The goal of FLPCC is to invest in local, world class, pancreas cancer research, where our neighbors are part of the team and can see the value of their contributions and know where they are being spent.
FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOUNDATION
501 W. State Street, Suite 104, 32202
(904) 632-3237 – fscjfoundation.org
Executive Director: Cleve Warren
Mission & Vision: Florida State College Foundation strives to secure financial resources for Florida State College at Jacksonville to provide students in need access to an affordable, quality education and to enhance the lives and the economic development of Northeast Florida.
128 E. Forsyth Street, 32202
(904) 355-5661 – floridatheatre.com
President: Numa C. Saisselin
Mission & Vision: Florida Theatre works to enhance the North Florida community’s quality of life by providing diverse and memorable arts and entertainment experiences, and by preserving a unique historic Jacksonville landmark.
FOLDED FLAG FOUNDATION
601 Riverside Avenue, 32204
(844) 204-2856 – foldedflagfoundation.org
Executive Director: John W. Coogan III
Mission & Vision: The Folded Flag Foundation’s mission is to provide scholarships and educational support grants to the spouses and children of the United States military and government personnel who died as a result of hostile action or in an accident related to U.S. combat operations.
FOOD ALLERGY FAMILIES OF NORTHEAST FLORIDA
(904) 654-2681 – fafofstjohns.org
President: Lori Cordell
Mission & Vision: Food Allergy Families (FAF) of Northeast Florida is a volunteer-run support group for families managing food allergies. The organization’s vision is to provide support, educate the community and members on food allergies, and advocate for policy improvements for the safety of the food-allergic.
8307 Beach Boulevard, 32216
(904) 629-2116 – fostercloset.org
Founders: Tammy and John McGuire
Mission & Vision: “To look after the orphans…” Foster Closet provides support and free resources for foster families and independent living teens.
FRESHMINISTRIES/BE THE CHANGE INTERNATIONAL
1131 N. Laura Street, 32206
(904) 355-0000 – freshministries.org
Founder, Chairman & CEO: Rev. Dr. Robert V. Lee III
Mission & Vision: FreshMinistries is an interfaith organization working to eliminate extreme poverty by empowering communities and individuals to realize their full potential.
645 Oak Street, 32204
(904) 355-7584 – fridaymusicale.com
Executive Director: Naomi Sheridan
Mission & Vision: For 125 years, Friday Musical has supported the Jacksonville community through concerts, educational outreach and scholarships.
FRIENDS OF HEMMING PARK
303 N. Laura Street, 32202
(904) 515-5098 – hemmingpark.org
Interim Director: Bill Prescott
Mission & Vision: The mission of Friends of Hemming Park is to transform Jacksonville’s oldest public park into a modern, urban space that engages diverse communities and restores vitality to our city’s public square.
FRIENDS OF JACKSONVILLE ANIMALS
c/o Animal Care and Protective Services, 2020 Forest Street, 32204
President – Executive Committee: Alicia Strayer
Mission & Vision: Friends of Jacksonville Animals works directly with Jacksonville’s Animal Care and Protective Services to benefit the lives of shelter animals by focusing on fundraising to assist with medical care, enrich the shelter environment, and promote adoptions to reduce euthanasia.
FUNK-ZITIELLO FOUNDATION, INC.
830 A1A North, Ste. 13, #187, Ponte Vedra Beach, 32082
(904) 373-0737 – championsforhopegolf.com
Director: Judith Zitiello
Mission & Vision: The mission of the Funk-Zitiello Foundation is to help the community by taking the challenges of individuals and turning them into initiatives that can provide hope and funding to those dealing with extraordinary obstacles.
GABRIEL HOUSE OF CARE
4599 Worrall Way, Jacksonville, 32224
(904) 821-8995 – gabrielhouseofcare.org
Executive Director: Valerie Callahan
Mission & Vision: Gabriel House of Care provides hope and compassionate support to patients and their caregivers in a “community of healing” environment by providing temporary lodging and support to those who come to Northeast Florida from other communities to receive life-saving medical care.
GARDEN CLUB OF JACKSONVILLE
1005 Riverside Avenue, 32204
(904) 355-4224 – gardenclubofjacksonville.org
President: Carol Waters
Mission & Vision: The Garden Club of Jacksonville is dedicated to education, beautification, and conservation citywide with projects such as the gardens at The Jacksonville Zoo, the Jacksonville Arboretum and Gardens, Tree Hill, and The St. Johns Riverkeeper.
GATEWAY COMMUNITY SERVICES
555 Stockton Street, 32204
(904) 387-4661 – gatewaycommunity.com
President/CEO: Candace Hodgkins, Ph.D., LMHC
Mission & Vision: Gateway Community Services helps deliver effective treatment and recovery services based on proven steps to help people suffering from alcoholism, drug addiction and related mental health issues.
THE GIRLS GONE GREEN
P.O. Box 331745, 32233
Executive Director: Julie Watkins
Mission & Vision: The mission of The Girls Gone Green is to draw attention and proper action to critical issues through outreach and education in an effort to protect our planet’s resources, animal welfare and human health.
GIRLS INC. OF JACKSONVILLE
1627 Rogero Road, 32211
(904) 731-9933 – girlsincjax.org
CEO: Robin Rose
Mission & Vision: Girls Incorporated works to inspire all girls to be strong, smart and bold by being a leading advocacy organization dedicated to extending girls’ voices, issues, and concerns to policy makers, corporations, and the media.
GIRLS ON THE RUN
6850 Belfort Oaks Place, 32216
(904) 619-6763 – gotrnefl.org
Executive Director: Laura Lasko
Mission & Vision: To inspire girls to be joyful, healthy and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum which creatively integrates running. We envision a world where every girl knows and activates her limitless potential and is free to boldly pursue her dreams.
GIRL SCOUTS OF GATEWAY COUNCIL
1000 Shearer Avenue, 32205
(904) 388-4653 – girlscouts-gateway.org
CEO: Mary Anne Jacobs
Mission & Vision: Girl Scouts of Gateway Council helps to build girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.
8207 103rd Street, 32210
(904) 777-6344 – gleanersdispatch.org
Founder/Board Chair: H. David Fountain
Mission & Vision: To challenge hunger by bringing relief to people on fixed but inadequate incomes: Senior Citizens, Disabled, Single Parents, the Under-Employed or Unemployed between jobs.
GOODWILL INDUSTRIES OF NORTH FLORIDA
4527 Lenox Avenue, 32205
(904) 384-1361 – goodwilljax.org
CEO: Bob Thayer
Mission & Vision: Goodwill Industries is the nation’s largest private provider of training and employment services for people with disabilities and special needs.
GRACE MINISTRY OF HELPING HANDS
8834 Goodby’s Executive Drive S., Suite F, 32217
(904) 731-4846 – graceministriesjax.org
Co-Founders: Kathleen McDaniel and Jan Miller
Mission & Vision: Grace Ministry of Helping Hands rescues women on the streets and provides intervention for women recently released from incarceration.
GREATER JACKSONVILLE AREA USO
P.O. Box 108, NAS Jacksonville, 32212-3028
(904) 778-2821 – usojax.com
Executive Director: Mike O’Brien
Mission & Vision: The Great Jacksonville Area USO provides more than $1 million annually in services through a wide variety of programs, and is the channel for community participation during every war effort and in peacetime.
GREENSCAPE OF JACKSONVILLE INC.
1468 Hendricks Avenue, 32207
(904) 398-5757 – greenscapeofjacksonville.com
Executive Director: Anna Dooley
Mission & Vision: Greenscape of Jacksonville is dedicated to enriching Jacksonville through planting, protecting, and promoting trees.
9920 Regency Square Blvd., 32225
(904) 726-5000 – greenwoodjax.org
Head of School: Emlyn James
Mission & Vision: Greenwood School is dedicated to providing a challenging and supportive learning environment for average to above-average middle through high school students who struggle with reading disabilities, need ADHD support, or have other learning differences.
GREYHOUNDS AS PETS OF NORTHEAST FLORIDA
P.O. Box 959, Orange Park, 32067
(904) 388-6034 – greyhoundpetsjax.org
Mission & Vision: Greyhounds as Pets of Northeast Florida is a nonprofit corporation which provides a unique opportunity to adopt and enjoy the loving companionship of this versatile breed as a pet.
P.O. Box 13295, 32206
(904) 598-5664 – groundworkjacksonville.org
Chief Executive Officer: Kay Ehas
Mission & Vision: Groundwork Jacksonville’s mission is to bring about the sustained regeneration, improvement and management of the physical environment by developing community-based partnerships which empower people, businesses and organizations to promote environmental, economic and social well-being.
GROWING PARENTING CHOICES
1637 King Street, 32204
(904) 308-7510 – growingparentingchoices.org
Executive Director: Sandra Duggan
Mission & Vision: Growing Parenting Choices, a ministry of St. Vincent’s Healthcare, empowers women to make informed decisions regarding pregnancy, saves lives, counsels and mentors teens and women through pregnancy.
GUARDIAN AD LITEM FOUNDATION
214 N. Hogan St., FL 6, 32202
(904) 255-8440 – galfirstcoast.org
Board President: Heather Solanka
Mission & Vision: The mission of Florida’s 4th Judicial Circuit’s Guardian ad Litem program is to recruit, train, support and supervise volunteers, also known as court appointed special advocates, to speak for the best interests of children, thereby giving abused, neglected or abandoned children in the dependency court system a voice in the outcome of their future.
HABITAT FOR HUMANITY JACKSONVILLE
2404 Hubbard Street, 32206
(904)798-4529 – habijax.org
CEO: Mary Kay O’Rourke
Mission & Vision: Habitat For Humanity Jacksonville (HabiJax) seeks to put God’s love into action, and bring people together to build homes, communities and hope.
HART FELT MINISTRIES
7235 Bonneval Rd #123, 32256
(904) 861-2799 – hartfelt.org
President/Executive Director: Kelly Moorman Coggins
Mission & Vision: Hart Felt Ministries helps Jacksonville seniors stay independent and age gracefully in their own homes. Donations help fund emergency financial assistance, minor home repairs, gift cards for groceries and other essential services, including veterinary services.
8301 Cypress Plaza Drive Suite 119, Jacksonville, Fl 32256
(904) 733-9818 – havenhospice.org
Executive Director: Kelly Wells
Mission & Vision: Haven Hospice helps to honor life by providing comfort, care
and compassion to those they serve.
5150 Palm Valley Road #210, Ponte Vedra, FL 32082
(904) 716-4198 – healautismnow.org
Executive Director: Jason Gurka
Mission & Vision: The Heal Foundation serves as an outreach organization providing educational programs and camps tailored to the needs of the Autism Community.
3800 Joe Ashton Road, St. Augustine, 32092
(904) 834-2938 – healthyunow.org
Founder: Dr. Julie Buckley
Mission & Vision: The HealthyUNow Foundation’s mission is to develop virtual and physical communities that support the treatment of autism for individuals and their families in a Healthy Living environment.
HEARING LOSS ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA
11250 Old St. Augustine Road, Ste. 15123, 32257
(904) 631-6357 – hearingloss.org, www.hla-jax.org
Chapter President: Tom Logue
Mission & Vision: The mission of HLAA is to open the world of communication to people with hearing loss by providing information, education, support and advocacy.
HEART FOR CHILDREN INC.
1429 Winthrop Street, 32206
(904) 619-6792 – heartforchildreninc.com
Founder/CEO: Joyce Brinson
Mission & Vision: Heart for Children a family-oriented organization that teaches the importance of education and team building. One of HFC’s many goals are for the children to grow into productive adults who will one day positively give back to their communities.
7235 Bonneval Road, 32256
(904) 513-0203 – hersongjax.org
Founder: Rachel White
Mission & Vision: Her Song addresses the issue of sex trafficking of young women in Northeast Florida by providing restorative aftercare services to survivors and by offering community awareness and outreach programs. The organization works to create a fully operational Her Song residential community where young women can heal from the devastating effects of sexual exploitation, find the confidence to succeed and the courage to move forward.
HOPE FOR A BETTER LIFE
4727 Sunbeam Road, 32257
(904) 333-9448 – hopeforabetterlife.com
President/Board Chair: Dr. Mary Pentel
Mission & Vision: Hope For A Better Life, Inc. is dedicated to improving the quality of life for socially and economically disadvantaged children and adults in Northeast Florida by focusing on a different local nonprofit each year to promote its mission, raise awareness and funds.
HOPE HAVEN CHILDREN’S CLINIC & FAMILY CENTER
4600 Beach Boulevard, 32207
(904) 346-5100 – hope-haven.org
Chief Executive Officer: Stella E. Johnson
Mission & Vision: Hope Haven provides excellence in educational, psychological and related therapeutic services for children, families and young adults with special needs.
HOPE SPRINGS FLORIDA
25 N. Market Street, 32202
(904) 805-3497 – facebook.com/HopeSpringsFlorida
Founders: Joe and Ann Rodgers
Mission & Vision: Hope Springs Florida is a vacation respite home for families, primarily those with autism, with all services necessary for an affordable beach experience. By caring for the caregiver, HSF seeks to strengthen families and to make northeast Florida known as the “go to” destination for compassionate vacationing for special needs children.
P.O. Box 4909, 32201
(904) 354-0076 – hubbardhouse.org
CEO: Dr. Gail Patin
Mission & Vision: Hubbard House strives to make every relationship violence-free and to ensure safety for victims and their children, empowerment of victims, and social change through education and advocacy.
HUMBLE HARVEST MINISTRIES
4446-1A Hendricks Avenue, Ste. 310, 33207
Founders: Lori Ibach and Janice Jurkovic
Mission & Vision: The goal of this annual outreach is to continue to give, in Jesus name, to those in need in our communities, through a super-size, free garage sale.
3811 University Boulevard West, Unit 4, 32217
(904) 374-5623 – hungerfight.org
Executive Director & Co-Founder: Sherri Linden Porter
Mission & Vision: Hunger Fight works to eradicate hunger in Northeast Florida and the surrounding area.
HUNTINGTON’S DISEASE SOCIETY OF AMERICA
11604 Hartman Road S., 32225
(904) 629-4448 – hdsa.org/nofl
President, Northeast Florida Affiliate: Tina Hellum
Mission & Vision: Dedicated to improving the lives of everyone affected by Huntington’s disease, HDSA offers community services, education, advocacy and research.
I’M A STAR FOUNDATION
3909 Soutel Drive, 32208
(888) 984-0015 – imastarfoundation.org
Executive Director: Betty Seabrook Burney
Mission & Vision: The foundation provides the training that helps today’s young people learn to become leaders in their schools and in their communities. I’M A STAR empowers youths to realize their potential, graduate high school and become productive citizens.
INDEPENDENT LIVING RESOURCE CENTER OF NORTHEAST FLORIDA
2709 Art Museum Drive, 32207
(904) 399-8484 – theilrc.org
Executive Director: Tyler Lasher Morris
Mission & Vision: The center serves to empower all people with a disability to live independent, self-empowered lives, and envisions full opportunity for all through self-empowerment, self-determination and equal access.
1720 Hamilton Street, 32210 / P.O. Box 7252, 32238
(904) 388-7730 – innministry.org
Executive Director: Judith Newberg
Mission & Vision: The Inn Ministry promotes and encourages mothers to become spiritually, physically and mentally stable so they will be capable of providing a home for their children and to become productive members of society.
IN RIVER OR OCEAN
1625 Atlantic Boulevard, 32207
(904) 384-0775 – inriverorocean.org
Founders: Gary and Terry Roberts
Mission & Vision: The nonprofit promotes the protection, restoration and rational management of all river and ocean resources, and supports environmental education through scholarships, conservation programs and fishing tournaments.
IN THE PINK
3547 Hendricks Avenue, 32207
522 N. 3rd Street, 32250
Founder: Jeri Millard
Mission & Vision: In the Pink is a non-profit dedicated to helping men, women and children heal, cope and survive the effects of cancer…physically and emotionally. We provide everything a cancer patient needs under one roof, which includes post-surgical garments, mastectomy products, wigs, hats, scarves, radiation skincare, compression garments, yoga, and seminars. In the Pink is in-network with most major insurance companies and files claims for our clients. For those who are uninsured or eligible for Medicaid, we provide items for free.
JACKSONVILLE ALUMNAE PANHELLENIC ASSOCIATION
President: Lauren O’Connell
Mission & Vision: Founded in 1914, the philanthropic association has a continuous history of supporting the greater Jacksonville community. Recognized for its achievements by the National Panhellenic Council, JAPA members have given over 25,000 volunteer service hours to help those in the community.
JACKSONVILLE ARBORETUM & GARDENS
1445 Millcoe Road, P.O. Box 350430, 32225
President, Board of Directors: Lawrence Gierum
Mission & Vision: The Jacksonville Arboretum & Gardens seeks to cultivate a unique environment for recreation, education and inspiration.
JACKSONVILLE AREA LEGAL AID
126 W. Adams Street, 32202
(904) 356-8371 – jaxlegalaid.org
President/CEO: James A. Kowalski, Jr. Esq.
Mission & Vision: The Jacksonville Area Legal Aid works to assist low-income neighbors in our community with civil legal problems.
JACKSONVILLE AREA SEXUAL MINORITY YOUTH NETWORK – JASMYN
P.O. Box 380103, 32205
(904) 389-3857 – jasmyn.org
Executive Director: Cindy Watson
Mission & Vision: The Jacksonville Area Sexual Minority Youth Network works to support and empower lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) youth by creating safe space, providing youth development services and bringing people and resources together to promote diversity and human rights.
JACKSONVILLE ARTISTS GUILD
4129 Oxford Avenue, 32210
President: Denise Wood
Mission & Vision: The Jacksonville Artists Guild is dedicated to elevating artistic awareness and participation by artists through dynamic programs and exhibitions that enhance, encourage and promote the arts.
JAX CHAMBER FOUNDATION
3 Independent Drive, 32202
(904) 366-6634 – jaxchamberfoundation.org
President: Dawn Adams
Mission & Vision: The JAX Chamber Foundation serves Northeast Florida in funding workforce development, leadership and entrepreneurial education programs in support of long-term regional prosperity.
JACKSONVILLE CHILDREN’S CHORUS
225 E. Duval Street, 32202
(904) 353-1636 – jaxchildrenschorus.org
Artistic & Executive Director: Darren Dailey
Mission & Vision: The Jacksonville Children’s Chorus works to provide a high-quality choral music education for children of diverse backgrounds, fostering teamwork, self-discipline, accomplishment and pride while filling an important cultural need in the community and sharing the beauty of the choral art form through artistically excellent performances.
JACKSONVILLE CIVIC COUNCIL
800 W. Monroe Street, 32202
(904) 354-0530 – jaxciviccouncil.com
President: Jeanne Miller
Mission & Vision: To help resolve community issues by studying a problem, proposing one or more solutions, advocating for change, and providing resources and support.
JACKSONVILLE DOG CAFÉ
(904) 610-0746 – jaxdogcafe.com
Executive Director: Carolyn Snowden
Mission & Vision: The Jax Dog Café assists other animal rescue nonprofit organizations with adoption efforts by providing a small, intimate, stress-free environment for homeless dogs to meet and greet with prospective forever families.
JACKSONVILLE COMMUNITY COUNCIL
100 Festival Park Avenue, 32202
(904) 396-3052 – jcci.org
President/CEO: Clayton Davis
Mission & Vision: The Jacksonville Community Council works to bring people together to learn about their community, engage in problem solving, and act to make positive change.
JACKSONVILLE HISTORICAL SOCIETY
314 Palmetto Street, 32202
(904) 665-0064 – jaxhistory.org
Executive Director: Emily Lisska
Mission & Vision: The Jacksonville Historical Society works to foster and promote appreciation of the history of Jacksonville and Northeast Florida.
JACKSONVILLE HUMANE SOCIETY
8464 Beach Boulevard, 32216
(904) 725-8766 – jaxhumane.org
Executive Director: Denise Deisler
Mission & Vision: The Jacksonville Humane Society provides care, comfort and compassion to animals in need while engaging the hearts, hands and minds of the community to bring about an end to the killing of abandoned and orphaned shelter animals.
JACKSONVILLE PUBLIC EDUCATION FUND
40 E. Adams Street, Suite 110, 32202
(904) 356-7757 – jaxpef.org
President: Trey Csar
Mission & Vision: The Jacksonville Public Education Fund strives to inform and mobilize the community to advocate for universally high-quality public schools for all children.
JACKSONVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY FOUNDATION
300 N. Laura Street, #334, 32202
(904) 630-1995 – jplfoundation.org
Foundation Director: Jamie Self, Ed. D.
Mission & Vision: The Jacksonville Public Library Foundation helps to strengthen the ability of the Jacksonville Public Library to serve as an educational and cultural resource for the community.
JACKSONVILLE SCHOOL OF AUTISM
9000 Cypress Green Drive, 32256
(904) 732-4343 – jsakids.org
Founder & Executive Director: Michelle Dunham
Mission & Vision: The Jacksonville School for Autism is dedicated to helping children with autism and their families by tapping into all available resources to provide “outside of the desk” thinking.
JACKSONVILLE SISTER CITIES ASSOCIATION
117 W. Duval Street, Suite 275, 32202
(904) 630-1304 – jsca.org
President: Tongila Manly
Mission & Vision: The Jacksonville Sister Cities Association fosters and encourages mutual understanding, friendship and peace through cultural, economic, educational and professional exchanges between the people of Jacksonville and the people of our Sister and Friendship Cities.
JACKSONVILLE SPEECH & HEARING CENTER
1128 N. Laura Street, 32206
(904) 355-3403 – shcjax.org
President/CEO: Mike Howland
Mission & Vision: The Jacksonville Speech and Hearing Center helps provide the highest quality professional and compassionate care to all individuals with hearing, speech and/or language disorders in our community.
JACKSONVILLE SPORTS COUNCIL
1 Gator Bowl Boulevard, 32202
(904) 798-1700 – gatorbowlsports.com
President/CEO: Rick Catlett
Mission & Vision: The Gator Bowl Association works to create an economic impact through increasing tourism and meaningful charitable giving.
300 Water Street, Suite 200, 32202
(904) 354-5479 – jaxsymphony.org
President/CEO: Robert Massey
Mission & Vision: The Jacksonville Symphony’s mission is to enrich the human spirit through symphonic music. Its vision is to be the premier orchestra in the Southeast.
JACKSONVILLE URBAN LEAGUE
903 W. Union Street, 32204
(904) 723-4007 – jaxul.org
President/CEO: Dr. Richard Danford
Mission & Vision: The Jacksonville Urban League works to assist African Amer-icans and others to secure economic self-reliance, parity, power and civil rights.
JACKSONVILLE ZOO & GARDENS
370 Zoo Parkway, 32218
(904) 757-4463 – jacksonvillezoo.org
Executive Director: Tony Vecchio
Mission & Vision: The Jacksonville Zoo & Gardens works to foster understanding of the interaction of people, wildlife, and their environment.
THE JED FUND
66 Evans Drive, Jacksonville Beach, 32250
[email protected] – thejedfund.org
Executive Director/Founder: Dione Garnand
Mission & Vision: The Jed Fund assists animal welfare organizations and the homeless pets in their care, especially hard-to-place animals with medical conditions.
THE JERICHO SCHOOL
1351 Sprinkle Drive, 32211
(904) 744-5110 – thejerichoschool.org
Executive Director: Angelo Martinez
Mission & Vision: The mission of The Jericho School is to provide comprehensive, individualized science-based education not otherwise available in the community. Children with autism and other developmental delays deserve the opportunity to reach their full potential.
JESSIE BALL DUPONT FUND
40 E. Adams Street, 32202
(904) 353-0890 – dupontfund.org
President: Sherry P. Magill
Mission & Vision: The Jessie Ball duPont Fund works to expand access and create opportunity by investing in people, organizations and communities that were important to Jessie Ball duPont.
JEWISH COMMUNITY ALLIANCE
8505 San Jose Boulevard, 32217
(904) 730-2100 – jcajax.org
Executive Director: Myron Flagler
Mission & Vision: The Jewish Community Alliance strengthens Jewish life, serves as a common meeting ground, and enhances the quality of life of the entire community.
JEWISH COMMUNITY FOUNDATION OF NORTHEAST FLORIDA
4932 Sunbeam Road, Suite 200, 32257
(904) 394-0720 – jewishfoundationnefl.org
Interim Executive Director: Laura Thompson, Esq.
Mission & Vision: The goal of the Jewish Community Foundation of Northeast Florida is to help donors develop their own charitable giving plans.
JEWISH FAMILY & COMMUNITY SERVICES
6261 Dupont Station Court, East, 32217
(904) 448-1933 – jfcsjax.org
CEO: Colleen Rodriguez
Mission & Vision: Jewish Family & Community Services is committed to the mission of helping people help themselves and serves all persons in a non-discriminatory manner.
JEWISH FEDERATION OF JACKSONVILLE
8505 San Jose Boulevard, 32217
(904) 448-5000 – jewishjacksonvilleorg
Executive Director: Alan Margolies
Mission & Vision: The Jewish Federation of Jacksonville is a fundraising organization that supports the local and global Jewish community by funding local and overseas partner agencies. It also forges strong connections with Israel and helps Jews across the Diaspora as well as fellow Jews in need. It works to inspire the next generation to embrace Jewish identity and value Jewish education while providing programs and services designed to engage the local Jewish community.
JIM & TABITHA FURYK FOUNDATION
P.O. Box 2867, Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32004
(904) 735-0624 – jimandtabithafurykfoundation.com
Founders: Jim and Tabitha Furyk
Mission & Vision: The Jim & Tabitha Furyk Foundation helps to provide necessary funding to help the community become healthier, stronger, and educationally enriched.
P.O. Box 24667, 32241
(904) 384-8725 – jtcrunning.com
President: Larry Roberts
Mission & Vision: As a promoter of the next generations of runners, JTCRunning supports high school track and cross-country programs and awards scholarships that enable many high school athletes to attend running camp each summer. JTCRunning frequently collects used running shoes which are donated to local homeless shelters.
JT TOWNSEND FOUNDATION
830 A1A North, Suite 187, Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082
(904) 373-0737 – jttownsendfoundation.org
Interim Board Chair: Tommy Donahoo
Mission & Vision: The JT Townsend Foundation helps First Coast families with children and adults with disabilities by providing adaptive equipment or comprehensive financial assistance.
JUDY NICHOLSON KIDNEY CANCER FOUNDATION
P.O. Box 50127, 32240
(904) 309-0502 – jnfkidneycancer.org
President: Linda Ostoski
Mission & Vision: The Judy Nicholson Kidney Cancer Foundation is dedicated to furthering awareness and education, providing support, and funding research.
JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT OF NORTH FLORIDA
4049 Woodcock Drive, Suite 200, 32207
(904) 398-9944 – JAjax.com
President: Steve St. Amand
Mission & Vision: Junior Achievement is dedicated to giving young people the knowledge and skills they need to own their economic success, plan for their futures, and make smart academic and economic choices.
JUNIOR LEAGUE OF JACKSONVILLE
2165 Park Street, 32204
(904) 387-9927 – jljacksonville.org
President: Gina Atienza Floresca
Mission & Vision: The Junior League of Jacksonville is committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers.
1935 S. Lane Avenue, Suite 1, 32210
(904) 783-6312 – justicecoalition.org
Chair: Robert Bracewell
Mission & Vision: The Justice Coalition works to reach out to victims, the community, law enforcement, legislators, the faith-based organizations and local officials.
JUVENILE DIABETES RESEARCH FOUNDATION NORTH FLORIDA CHAPTER
9700 Philips Highway, Suite 106, 32256
(904) 739-2101 – jdrf.org
Executive Director: Brooks Biagini
Mission & Vision: The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation works to find a cure for type 1 diabetes (T1D) and its complications through the support of research.
1650-31 Margaret Street, Suite 208, 32204
(904) 384-2111 – kampkritter.com
Executive Director: Sue Towler
Mission & Vision: Kamp Kritter is a nonprofit, no-kill sanctuary committed to finding permanent homes for strays, abused or unwanted dogs, and provides a loving environment for unadoptable dogs to live out their days in peaceful surroundings.
KATIE CAPLES FOUNDATION
914 Atlantic Avenue, Suite 1A, Amelia Island, FL 32034
(904) 491-0811 – katiecaples.org
Executive Director: Jennifer Cook
Mission & Vision: The Katie Caples Foundation is committed to increasing the number of registered organ donors and eliminating the wait for the more than 125,000 adults and children in need of a lifesaving organ transplant.
KIDS FIRST OF FLORIDA
1726 Kingsley Avenue, Orange Park, FL 32073
(904) 278-5644 – kidsfirstofflorida.org
CEO: Irene M. Toto
Mission & Vision: Kids First of Florida works to ensure the safety of children through a holistic approach designed to support the health and well-being of families in order to build a healthier community one family at a time.
KIDS TOGETHER AGAINST CANCER
1 Shircliff Way, 32204
(904) 308-5822 – ktacjax.com
Program Coordinator: Jenny Lehman
Mission & Vision: Kids Together Against Cancer offers support for children whose parents are diagnosed with cancer.
L’ARCHE HARBOR HOUSE, INC.
700 Arlington Road North, 32211
(904) 721-5992 – larchejacksonville.org
Executive Director: Melanie Saxon
Mission & Vision: The L’Arche Harbor House believes that by creating an environment where people with intellectual and physical disabilities can share their gifts, we are affecting a positive change in the world.
40 E. Adams St., Ste. 230, 32202
(904) 396-6263 – leadershipjax.org
CEO: Jill Langford Dame
Mission & Vision: Leadership Jacksonville’s mission is to educate, connect and inspire diverse leaders to build and strengthen their communities. Its vision is to be the catalyst for vibrant, connected communities where diverse perspectives are valued and encouraged for the greater good.
LEARN TO READ JACKSONVILLE
303 N. Laura Street, 32202
(904) 238-9000 – learntoreadjax.org
Executive Director: Judy Bradshaw
Mission & Vision: Learn to Read Jacksonville is dedicated to increasing literacy awareness and improving adult literacy in Duval County.
10 W. Adams Street, Ste. 100, 32202
(904) 353-1300 – liscjacksonville.org
Executive Director: Janet Owens
Mission & Vision: LISC Jacksonville is the leading nonprofit community development organization in the nation, focused on transforming challenged urban communities into neighborhoods of choice and opportunity—good places to work, do business and raise families.
LIVE FOR TODAY
P.O. Box 10432, 32247
(904) 619-9071 – live-for-today.org
Founders: Todd Blake, Katie Pearsall, Kaitlyn Ash
Mission & Vision: To help young adults with cancer by providing dynamic opportunities, fostering community support, and promoting healthy living.
LUTHERAN SERVICES OF FLORIDA
1) DUVAL CO. HEAD START
1095 A. Philip Randolph Boulevard, 32206
(904) 423-8637 – lsfnet.org
2) SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND MENTAL HEALTH
10450 San Jose Boulevard, Unit A, 32257
(904) 900-1075 – lsfnet.org
Central Services President & CEO: Samuel M. Sipes
Mission & Vision: Lutheran Services Florida serves to bring God’s healing, hope and help to people in need in the name of Jesus Christ.
LUTHERAN SOCIAL SERVICES OF NORTHEAST FLORIDA
4615 Philips Highway, 32207
(904) 448-5995 – lssjax.org
President/CEO: Mary Strickland
Mission & Vision: Motivated and guided by the compassion of Christ, Lutheran Services serves and cares for people in need.
6867 Southpoint Drive, Suite 103, 32216
(904) 503-0344 – mainspringacademy.org
Head of School: Garrett Adamson
Mission & Vision: Mainspring Academy helps students with special needs and learning challenges reach their fullest potential.
MAKE-A-WISH® NORTHEAST FLORIDA
3938 Sunbeam Road, Suite 3, 32257
(904) 580-5906 – cnfl.wish.org
Regional Director: Claudia Foxworth
Mission & Vision: Make-A-Wish wants each wish experience be a game-changer for a child with a life-threatening medical condition. The vision compels the foundation to be creative in exceeding the expectations of every wish kid, and drives it to make donated resources go as far as possible.
MALIVAI WASHINGTON KIDS FOUNDATION
1096 W. 6th Street, 32209
(904) 359-5437 – malwashington.com
Executive Director/CEO: Terri Florio
Mission & Vision: The MaliVai Washington Youth Foundation works to develop champions in classrooms, on tennis courts and throughout communities.
MANDARIN MUSEUM AND HISTORICAL SOCIETY
11964 Mandarin Road, 32223
(904) 268-0784 – mandarinmuseum.net
President: Sandy Arpen
Mission & Vision: The Mandarin Museum and Historical Society shares the stories of Mandarin’s history, culture and natural resources by providing engaging programs that educate, entertain and inspire.
MARCH OF DIMES
4040 Woodcock Drive, Suite 147, 32207
(904) 398-2821 – marchofdimes.org/florida
Executive Director: Ann Geffen
Mission & Vision: The March of Dimes works to improve the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality.
819 Park Street, 32204
(904) 355-5491 – margaretsmemories.org
Founder: Nicole Remo
Mission & Vision: Margaret’s Memories is a standing mission project of the Riverside Park United Methodist Church and makes Bereavement Memory Boxes for parents who lose a child(ren) to miscarriage, stillbirth, or death shortly after birth. The boxes are donated to local hospitals in Jacksonville, Florida.
MCKENZIE NOELLE WILSON FOUNDATION
13936 Ascot Drive, 32250
(904) 992-0124 – caregivegrow.org
Foundation Director: Adrian Gibbs
Mission & Vision: The McKenzie Noelle Wilson Foundation desires to inspire and help young people find their purpose in a world of challenges.
MEMORIAL PARK ASSOCIATION
1650-302 Margaret Street, Ste. 322, 32204
[email protected] – memparkjax.org
President: Percy Rosenbloom III
Mission & Vision: The Memorial Park Association seeks to protect and preserve Memorial Park, which was dedicated in 1924 to honor Floridians who died in service during World War I.
METHODIST CHILDREN’S VILLAGE
7915 Herlong Road, 32210
(904) 783-1681 – methodistchildrensvillage.com
Executive Director: Ginger Lee
Mission & Vision: The Methodist Children’s Village works to enhance the quality of young children’s lives through nurturing, early intervention, and developmentally-based education.
P.O. Box 16287, Fernandina Beach, FL 32035
(904) 491-6364 – micahsplace.org
Executive Director: Heather Woody Jones
Mission & Vision: Micah’s Place provides prevention and intervention services to victims of domestic violence; and to provide education within our community to effect change in behavior and attitudes relating to domestic violence.
800 Shetter Avenue, 32250
(904) 241-6767 – missionhousejax.org
Executive Director: Lori Anderson
Mission & Vision: Mission House helps meet the needs of homeless adults at the beaches through compassion, faith and programs designed to provide assistance at an individual level.
MONIQUE BURR FOUNDATION FOR CHILDREN
7807 Baymeadows Road, East, Suite 205, 32256
(904) 642-0210 – moniqueburrfoundation.org
Executive Director: Lynn Layton
Mission & Vision: The Monique Burr Foundation works to make a positive impact on the community at large, to create change in a family’s life for the better, and to give hope in the life of a child by providing bullying and child abuse prevention safety education that is relevant to issues facing children today, including all forms of abuse, neglect, bullying, and internet safety.
MORNING STAR SCHOOL
725 Mickler Road, 32211
(904) 721-2144 – morningstar-jax.org
Principal: Jean Barnes
Mission & Vision: Morning Star School’s mission is to provide a strong foundation of faith, service and academics for students with learning differences, encouraging all students to reach their full potential. Fully accredited by the Florida Catholic Conference, Morning Star is the only special education school in the Diocese of St. Augustine.
MURRAY HILL THEATRE
932 Edgewood Avenue S., 32205
(904) 388-3179 – murrayhilltheatre.com
Founder/President: Tony Nasrallah
Mission & Vision: Murray Hill Theatre is an alcohol-free, drug-free, smoke-free, all-ages nightclub that showcases live music with a positive message to present things of faith in a positive light. As an alternative to typical bars and nightclubs, it gives people a safe nightspot to enjoy live entertainment.
THE MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY ASSOCIATION
6196 Lake Gray Boulevard, Suite 105, 32244
(904) 296-7434 – mda.org
Executive Director: Lauren Herringdine
Mission & Vision: The Muscular Dystrophy Association works to save and improve lives of people fighting muscle disease.
NATIONAL ALLIANCE ON MENTAL ILLNESS
P.O. Box 24783, 32241
(904) 388-3932 – namijacksonville.org
President: Kent Rutherford
Mission & Vision: The National Alliance On Mental Illness Jacksonville helps support and improve the quality of life for family members and those living with mental illnesses and co-occurring substance abuse through compassion, education, and advocacy.
NATIONAL MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS SOCIETY NORTH FLORIDA
8940 Western Way, Suite 16, 32256
(904) 332-6810 – nationalmssociety.org
Chapter President: Corrina Steiger Madrid
Mission & Vision: The National Multiple Sclerosis Society North Florida Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS in North Florida and raise funds for critical MS research.
807 Children’s Way, 32207
(904) 697-3600 – nemours.org
CEO: David J. Bailey
Mission & Vision: Nemours is committed to improving the health of children.
NEUROSURGERY OUTREACH FOUNDATION
PO Box 8201, 32239
(866) 735-9536 – neurosurgeryoutreach.org
President: Philipp R. Aldana, MD, FAANS, FAAP
Mission & Vision: The Neurosurgery Outreach Foundation, Inc. is an all-volunteer non-profit organization in Jacksonville, whose mission is to promote the advancement of neurosurgical care in under-served communities through service, education and support.
NEW HEIGHTS OF NORTHEAST FLORIDA
3311 Beach Boulevard, 32207
(904) 396-1462 – newheightsnefl.org
President/CEO: Sue Driscoll
Mission & Vision: Formerly Cerebral Palsy of Northeast Florida, New Heights works to enrich the lives of persons with disabilities and their families and empower their independence and lifelong growth through quality services.
NEXT STEPS, INC.
3545 St. Johns Bluff Road S., Suite 1, PMP 255, 32224
President: Vena Patton
Mission & Vision: Next Steps is a financial and referral resource for women released or about to be released from the Duval County Detention Center.
THE NONPROFIT CENTER OF NORTHEAST FLORIDA
40 E. Adams Street, Suite 100, 32202
(904) 425-1182 – nonprofitctr.org
CEO: Rena Coughlin
Mission & Vision: The Nonprofit Center of Northeast Florida connects, streng-
thens, and advocates for nonprofits, creating a more vibrant Northeast Florida.
NORTHEAST FLORIDA AIDS NETWORK
2715 Oak Street, 32205
(904) 356-1612 – nfanjax.org
Executive Director: Donna Fuchs
Mission & Vision: Northeast Florida AIDS Network provides compassionate leadership, services, and advocacy in meeting the prevention, health, spiritual, and social needs of individuals, families, and communities.
NORTHEAST FLORIDA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS (NEFAR) CHARITABLE FOUNDATION
7801 Deercreek Club Road, 32256
(904) 394-9494 – nefarcharitablefoundation.org
CEO: William Glenn East
Mission & Vision: With a vision to be the charity of choice for real estate professionals, the mission is to serve as an advocate and resource for local nonprofit communities in Northeast Florida.
NORTHEAST FLORIDA WOMEN VETERANS ASSOCIATION
2133 Broadway Avenue, 32209
(904) 862-6039 – womenveteransresources.org
President: Deloris Moton Quaranta
Mission & Vision: Northeast Florida Women Veterans, Inc. is focused on ensuring women who have served on active duty, National Guard or Reserves and their children, transition into the civilian community with the tools they need to become self-sufficient.
NORTH FLORIDA HEALTHY START COALITION
644 Cesery Boulevard, Suite 210, 32211
(904) 723-5422 – nefhealthystart.org
Executive Director: Faye Johnson
Mission & Vision: The Healthy Start Coalition leads a cooperative community effort to reduce infant mortality and improve the health of children, childbearing women and their families in Northeast Florida.
NORTH FLORIDA LAND TRUST
2038 Gilmore Street, 32204
(904) 479-1967 – northfloridalandtrust.org
President: Jim McCarthy
Mission & Vision: North Florida Land Trust preserves the natural areas, historic resources and working lands of North Florida.
NORTH FLORIDA SCHOOL FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION
223 Mill Creek Road, 32211
(904) 724-8323 – northfloridaschool.org
Head of School: Sally Hazelip
Mission & Vision: The North Florida School of Special Education works to improve the lives of students with mild to moderate intellectual disabilities through the achievement of academic, vocational, and social skills.
THE OLD DOG HOUSE SENIOR DOG RESCUE
1650 Margaret Street, Ste. 302, PMB 137, 32204
(904) 419-7387 – theolddoghouse.org
Founders: Erik Stordahl
Mission & Vision: The Old Dog House is Northeast Florida’s first nonprofit dedicated to giving older and senior dogs a chance at living out their lives in dignity.
1 UNF Drive, #53, 32224
(904) 354-1529 – onejax.org
Executive Director: Nancy Broner
Mission & Vision: OneJax seeks to promote diversity as the foundation for a strong community. It works to increase respect and improve relationships among people who represent the rich menagerie of religious, ethnic, racial and cultural groups that compose our community.
7595 Centurion Parkway, 32256
(904) 353-8263 – oneblood.org
President/CEO: George “Bud” Scholl
Mission & Vision: OneBlood provides a safe, available and affordable blood supply to more than 200 hospital partners and their patients throughout most of Florida, parts of Georgia, Alabama and South Carolina.
OPERATION NEW UNIFORM
8825 Perimeter Park Blvd., 32216
(904) 328-1600 – operationnewuniform.org
Executive Director: Justin Justice
Mission & Vision: Operation New Uniform’s mission is to train veterans and their families for fulfilling careers and develop their skills as they grow within an organization, and its vision is to produce confident veterans who are coveted and embraced in the business community.
PACE CENTER FOR GIRLS
1 W. Adams Street, Suite 301, 32202
(904) 421-8585 – pacecenter.org
President/CEO: Mary Marx
Mission & Vision: PACE provides girls and young women an opportunity for a better future through education, counseling, training and advocacy.
PAJCIC FAMILY FOUNDATION
102 Palm Place, Neptune Beach, 32266
President: Helen Pajcic Nicholson
Mission & Vision: The Pajcic Family Foundation promotes social justice, animal welfare and the preservation of mother nature, with a focus on the Jacksonville community.
PANCREATIC CANCER ACTION NETWORK
National Office – 1500 Rosecrans Avenue, Suite 200, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
(310) 725-0025 – pancan.org
President/CEO: Julie Fleshman
Mission & Vision: The Pancreatic Cancer Action Network is a nationwide network of people dedicated to working together to advance research, support patients and create hope for those affected by pancreatic cancer.
PASTORAL COUNSELING SERVICES
2140 Mango Place, 32207
(904) 398-2437 – pastoralcounselingservices.net
Executive Director: Cliff Thomas
Mission & Vision: The mission of the nonprofit is to work with people to foster healing, growth and life-giving change through holistic mental healthcare and community-building.
PATIENT ASSISTANCE FOUNDATION OF CANCER SPECIALISTS OF NORTH FLORIDA
7015 AC Skinner Parkway, Suite 1, 32256
(904) 519-2739 – pafcsnf.org
President: Beth Page
Mission & Vision: The Patient Assistance Foundation of Cancer Specialists of North Florida offers short-term financial assistance for day-to-day living expenses to patients undergoing treatments for cancer or blood-related diseases.
PATRONS OF THE HEARTS
841 Prudential Drive, Suite 1300, 32207
(904) 202-2919 – foundation.baptistjax.com
Vice President/Chief Development Officer: Pierre Allaire, Ph.D.
Mission & Vision: Patrons of the HeARTS is a program that functions under the umbrella of the Baptist Health Foundation and benefits international children that live in corners of the world with no access to the specialized care they require.
THE PERFORMERS ACADEMY
3674 Beach Boulevard, 32207
(904) 322-7672 – theperformersacademy.org
Executive Director: Kathryn McAvoy
Mission & Vision: The Performers Academy works to increase access to the performing arts for all children in the Jacksonville Area.
THE PETER BRAGAN FOR BETTER BASEBALL FOUNDATION
1010 E. Adams Street, Suite 105, 32202
(904) 327-5069 – peterbraganbbf.org
Founders and co-chairs: Peter and Nancy Bragan, Jr.
Mission & Vision: The Peter Bragan for Better Baseball Foundation financially supports and promotes the game of baseball for betterment in Northeast Florida and provides scholarships for higher education. The foundation’s vision includes the opening of The Jacksonville Baseball Museum to provide a cultural destination to showcase the historical legacy of baseball in Jacksonville.
THE PGA TOUR – THE PLAYERS
100 PGA TOUR Boulevard, Ponte Vedra, FL 32082
(904) 285-3700 – pgatour.com
Executive Director: Matt Rapp
Mission & Vision: The PGA TOUR, its players and tournaments support more than 3,000 charities. These local and national organizations work in a range of areas affecting the lives of millions in the communities where we live and play.
PINE CASTLE INC.
4911 Spring Park Road, 32207
(904) 733-2681 – pinecastle.org
CEO: Lori Ann Whittington
Mission & Vision: Pine Castle works to enrich the lives of people with developmental and acquired disabilities by providing opportunities to learn, work and live in our community.
PINK RIBBON CLASSIC
P.O. Box 483, Ponte Vedra Beach, 32004
(904) 567-6180 – pinkribbonjax.org
Co-Chairs: Joanne Ghiloni and Nancy Morrison
Mission & Vision: The Pink Ribbon Golf Classic is an all-volunteer, nonprofit group of events created to raise funds for local breast cancer research and related services at Baptist Medical Center Beaches and Mayo Clinic-Jacksonville.
POLICE ATHLETIC LEAGUE OF JACKSONVILLE
3450 Monument Road, 32225
(904) 854-6555 – jaxpal.com
Executive Director: Lt. Lakesha Burton
Mission & Vision: The Police Athletic League of Jacksonville works to enrich the lives of children by creating positive relationships between law enforcement officers and the youth of our community through educational, athletic and leadership programs.
PONTE VEDRA WOMAN’S CLUB
P.O. Box 957, Ponte Vedra Beach, 32004
(904) 654-7281 – pontevedrawomansclub.com
President: Christine Haroldsonn
Mission & Vision: The club was established in 1970 by 15 women who wanted to work together for a charitable cause; over the decades the list of charities and scholarships has increased.
PRESBYTERIAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES
4115 Post Street, 32205
(904) 338-0920 – presbyteriansocialministries.org
Executive Director: David Tuttle
Mission & Vision: Offers faith-based social service ministry for everyday problems, including programs that offer shelter, clothing and education to individuals and families in need.
PROJECT: COLD CASE
13245 Atlantic Blvd., Suite 4-352, 32225
(904) 514-9847 – projectcoldcase.org
Executive Director: Ryan Backmann
Mission & Vision: Project Cold Case focuses on helping with unsolved criminal homicides.
PROMISE TO KATE
2380 Osprey Lake Drive, 32224
(904) 403-4244 – promisetokate.org
President: David Conte; Vice President: Elizabeth Conte
Mission & Vision: Promise to Kate works directly with researchers at the University of Florida who utilize cutting-edge technology to develop therapies for myotonic dystrophy patients.
17 Old Orange Park Road, 32073
(904) 284-0340 – quigleyhouse.org
CEO: Peggy Payne
Mission & Vision: The Quigley House works to provide advocacy and empowerment to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault while providing community education to heighten awareness.
820 Barnett Street, 32209
(904) 438-8109 – rethreaded.com
Founder & President: Kristin Keen
Mission & Vision: Rethreaded offers the oppressed a chance to grow into the fullness of who they are.
THE RITA FOUNDATION
(904) 363-1493 – the-rita-foundation.org
Volunteer Chairman: Charles R. Jantz
Mission & Vision: RITA (Research Is The Answer) Foundation is 100 percent volunteer-driven and donates 100 percent of all fundraising event net proceeds with the vision of seeing Jacksonville become the Southeast’s center for cancer research and treatment.
RITZ CHAMBER PLAYERS
300 Water Street, Suite 200, 32202
(904) 472-4270 – ritzchamberplayers.org
Executive and Artistic Director: Terrance Patterson
Mission & Vision: The Ritz Chamber Players foster the appreciation of chamber music through performances and educational outreach featuring preeminent African-American musicians and composers, with an emphasis on building audiences and arts inclusion that reflects our diverse society.
RIVER GARDEN HEBREW HOME
11401 Old St. Augustine Road, 32258
(904) 260-1818 – rivergarden.org
CEO: Martin Goetz
Mission & Vision: River Garden Hebrew Home helps provide a wide range of quality, cost effective elder care services in residential, outpatient, and community-based settings.
RIVERSIDE TRADITION HOUSE
2911 Riverside Avenue, 32205
Manager: Leigh Johnson
Mission & Vision: Established in 1971 by Riverside Presbyterian Church to provide a safe, secure residence for adult men wishing to recover from the problems resulting from substance abuse.
RIVER REGION HUMAN SERVICES
2055 Reyko Road, Suite 101, 32207
(904) 899-6300 – rrhs.org
CEO/Executive Director: Tiffany Galvin Green
Mission & Vision: The River Region Human Services works to provide integrated health services that change lives, rebuild families, and restore communities.
RIVERSIDE FINE ARTS
1100 Stockton Street, 32204
(904) 389-6222 – riversidefinearts.org
Executive Director: Layne Thompson-Payne
Mission & Vision: The Riverside Fine Arts Association seeks to enrich the spirit and enhance the quality of life for the community through education and direct experience of artistic expression.
P.O. Box 551589, 32207
(904) 861-7075 – rocstartjax.org
Founder: Cynthia Platt
Mission & Vision: ROCSTART’s mission is to raise awareness of oral cancer and provide support to patients throughout their treatment. Its vision is to improve the quality of life of oral cancer patients while adding value to the community in general.
RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE CHARITIES OF JACKSONVILLE
824 Children’s Way, 32207
(904) 8074663 – rmhcjacksonville.org
Executive Director: Diane Boyle
Mission & Vision: The Ronald McDonald House Charities of Jacksonville supports the health and well-being of children by providing lodging and other services for critically ill, chronically ill and seriously injured children and their families.
ROYAL VAGABONDS FOUNDATION, INC.
4315 Westminster Place, St. Louis MO 63108
(314) 602-9391 – royalvagabondsfoundation.org
President: Tony Neal
Mission & Vision: The Royal Vagabonds Foundation grew out of a 1930s social club for “professional young men of color,” and awards scholarships each year to St. Louis-area high school students.
ST. FRANCIS ANIMAL HOSPITAL
2727 Atlantic Blvd., 32207
(904) 674-7223 – SaintFrancisAnimalHospital.org
Founder: Susan Shelton, DVM, DABVP
Mission & Vision: St. Francis Animal Hospital’s mission is to make healthcare accessible to all owned pets.
ST. JOHNS RIVERKEEPER
2800 University Boulevard North, 32211
(904) 256-7591 – stjohnsriverkeeper.org
Executive Director: Jimmy Orth
Mission & Vision: The St. Johns Riverkeeper works on behalf of the community for clean and healthy waters in the St. Johns River, its tributaries and its wetlands, through citizen-based advocacy.
ST. VINCENT’S HEALTHCARE FOUNDATION
1 Shircliff Way, 32204
(904) 308-7300 – jaxhealth.com
President & System Chief Development Officer: Jane R. Lanier
Mission & Vision: St. Vincent’s HealthCare Foundation is dedicated to spiritually-centered holistic care, which sustains and improves the health of individuals and communities.
SALVATION ARMY OF NORTHEAST FLORIDA
328 N. Ocean Street, 32202
(904) 301-4875 – salvationarmyflorida.org/jacksonville
Area Commander: Major Rob Vincent
Mission & Vision: The Salvation Army works to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.
SANCTUARY ON 8TH STREET
120 E. 8th Street, 32206
(904) 356-3588 – sanctuaryon8th.org
Executive Director: Rick Cartlidge
Mission & Vision: The Sanctuary On 8th Street works to encourage and empower Jacksonville youth and families in need by ministering to their spiritual, physical, social, and intellectual needs.
SCHULTZ CENTER FOR TEACHING AND LEADERSHIP
4019 Boulevard Center Drive, 32207
(904) 348-5757 – schultzcenter.org
President/CEO: Deborah Gianoulis Heald
Mission & Vision: The Schultz Center is a resource and convener for innovative learning, leadership and professional development systems.
3631 Seamark Ranch Road, Green Cove Springs, FL 32043
(904) 529-1951 – seamarkranch.com
Executive Director: Fred Meiners
Mission & Vision: Seamark Ranch is a nurturing Christian home and family system that gives children from families in crisis the tools they need for a brighter future.
SENIORS ON A MISSION
2050 Art Museum Drive, Suite 102, 32207
(904) 551-4373 – seniorsonamission.org
Founder & Executive Director: Joanne Hickox
Mission & Vision: Seniors on a Mission exists to love and encourage independent-living senior citizens, enabling them to live longer, healthier, more grace and purpose-filled lives.
SHANNON MILLER FOUNDATION
4311 Salisbury Road, 32216
Founder: Shannon Miller
Mission & Vision: Through education and awareness of the health risks associated with this disease the Shannon Miller Foundation strives to make a positive impact on children’s health.
THE SHOELACE FOUNDATION
P.O. Box 551029, 32255
(904) 479-5925 – theshoelacefoundation.org
Founder: Denard Robinson
Mission & Vision: The Shoelace Foundation works to empower underprivileged youth to become productive members of society.
SINGLE VISION, INC.
8185 Forest Hills Road, Melrose, 32666
(904) 377-7993 – singlevisioninc.org
Founder: Carl Bovard
Mission & Vision: Single Vision’s mission is worldwide conservation of endangered species and the preservation of land and habitat essential to earth’s remaining wildlife.
THE SPINA BIFIDA ASSOCIATION OF JACKSONVILLE
807 Children’s Way, 32207
(904) 697-3686 – spinabifidajax.org
Program Manager: Jenna Price
Mission & Vision: The Spina Bifida Association provides support for families living with Spina Bifida.
THE SONTAG FOUNDATION
Ponte Vedra Beach, 32082
(904) 273-8755 – sontagfoundation.org
President: Rick Sontag
Mission & Vision: The Sontag Foundation passionately supports people and organizations who make a significant and continuing impact in the lives of individuals and communities, primarily in the field of brain cancer research.
611 E. Adams Street, 32202
(904) 359-0457 – sulzbachercenter.org
President/CEO: Cindy Funkhouser
Mission & Vision: The Sulzbacher Center works to empower homeless and at-risk women, children and men through health, housing and income services thereby restoring hope and self-sufficiency.
SUSAN G. KOMEN NORTH FLORIDA
1370 Old St. Augustine Road, Suite 8 #231, 32258
1-877-465-6636 – komennorthflorida.org
Board President: Michelle Kargbo
Mission & Vision: To save lives and end breast cancer forever by empowering people, ensuring quality care for all and energizing science to find the cures.
tag! THE CHILDREN’S MUSEUM OF ST. AUGUSTINE
76 Dockside Drive, Suite 105, 32084
(904) 647-1757 – tagmuseum.org
Executive Director: Kim MacEwan
Mission & Vision: To create transformative, play-based opportunities to discover, explore and innovate, which would result in a world where all people think for themselves, confidently ask questions, compassionately and collaboratively solve problems, and creatively craft a better world.
TAKE STOCK IN CHILDREN
4527 Lenox Avenue, 32205
(904) 384-1361 – takestockjax.org
Director: Leah Lynch
Mission & Vision: Take Stock In Children works to change the lives of deserving children by combining in-school support through a college support coach, the promise of a college or vocational school scholarship and most importantly the guidance of a caring mentor.
TEACH FOR AMERICA
214 N. Hogan Street, Suite 6010, 32202
(904) 353-6517 – teachforamerica.org
Executive Director: Darryl Willie
Mission & Vision: Teach For America works to enlist, develop and mobilize as many as possible of our nation’s most promising future leaders to grow and strengthen the movement for educational equity and excellence.
TESORI FAMILY FOUNDATION
101 Marketside Avenue, Suite 404 #345, 32081
(904) 479-8330 – tesorifamilyfoundation.org
Founders/Board Co-Chairs: Paul and Michelle Tesori
Mission & Vision: The foundation’s mission is to achieve great things through God by lending a helping hand, providing hope, and healing hearts for children. Its vision is to make a positive change in the lives of children in the local community and those touched by the PGA TOUR.
TIM TEBOW FOUNDATION
2220 County Road 210 W, Ste 108, PMB 317, 32259
(904) 380-8499 – timtebowfoundation.org
Founder/Board Chair: Tim Tebow
Mission & Vision: The Foundation’s mission is to bring faith, hope and love to those needing a brighter day in their darkest hour of need.
TIMUCUAN TRAIL PARKS FOUNDATION
9953 Heckscher Drive, 32226
(904) 707-3584 – timucuantrailparksfoundation.org
President/Executive Director: Erick Dellenback
Mission & Vision: The Timucuan Trails Parks Foundation serves to protect, preserve and promote the Timucuan Trail Parks through advocacy, fundraising and marketing.
TOM COUGHLIN JAY FUND FOUNDATION
P.O. Box 50798, 32240
(904) 543-2599 – tcjayfund.org
Executive Director: Keli Coughlin
Mission & Vision: The Tom Coughlin Jay Fund helps families tackle childhood cancer by providing comprehensive financial, emotional and practical support.
TREE HILL NATURE CENTER
7152 Lone Star Road, 32211
(904) 724-4646 – treehill.org
Executive Director: Mark Mummaw
Mission & Vision: Tree Hill Nature Center promotes environmental stewardship to the community through hands-on educational programs and low-cost access to natural areas.
UCOM URBANSERV, INC.
3349 St. Augustine Road, 32207
(904) 396-2401 – ucomjax.org
Executive Director: Sara Mitchell
Mission & Vision: UCOM serves the community to ensure that no one faces hunger alone, providing emergency relief to those facing food insecurity, providing one hot meal a day to the homebound, and providing help to those willing to break their cycle of crisis.
1 UNF Drive, 32224
(904) 620-2151 – unf.edu/foundation/
Executive Director: Ann McCullen
Mission & Vision: The UNF Foundation provides financial support and counsel for the University of North Florida, including assisting the University in the building of the endowment and in financially supporting the long-term academic and other priorities of the University.
UNITED WAY OF NORTHEAST FLORIDA
1301 Riverplace Boulevard, Suite 400, 32207
(904) 390-3200 – unitedwaynefl.org
President/CEO: Michelle Braun
Mission & Vision: United Way provides leadership, resources and focus to change lives in our community by creating sustainable improvements in education, income and health.
VISION IS PRICELESS COUNCIL
3 Shircliff Way, Suite 546, 32204
(904) 308-2020 – visionispriceless.org
Executive Director: Jami Bueker
Mission & Vision: The Vision Is Priceless Council works to serve as the premier community resource for improving the vision health of First Coast children and adults through screening, referral, and education.
VOLUNTEERS IN MEDICINE JACKSONVILLE
41 E. Duval Street, 32202
(904) 399-2766 – vim-jax.org
CEO: Mary Pat Corrigan
Mission & Vision: Volunteers in Medicine Jacksonville works to improve the health of the Greater Jacksonville community by providing free outpatient medical service to those who are employed but cannot afford health insurance or health care for themselves and their families.
WALK-OFF CHARITIES OF JAX
12620-3 Beach Blvd., Suite 324, 32246
(904) 955-1278 – walkoffcharitiesofjax.com
President: Frank Frangie
Mission & Vision: Walk-Off Charities of Jax was established to support youth baseball and the growth of the sport through various activities and programs, primarily focused on supporting the North Florida baseball community.
WE CARE JACKSONVILLE
4080 Woodcock Drive, Suite 130, 32207
(904) 674-6450 – wecarejacksonville.org
Executive Director: Sue Nussbaum
Mission & Vision: We Care Jacksonville provides primary and specialty care to the uninsured, the homeless, and the medically underserved people of Jacksonville.
WHITE OAK CONSERVATION FOUNDATION
581705 White Oak Road, Yulee, FL 32097
(904) 225-3200 – whiteoakwildlife.org
Mission & Vision: The White Oak Conservation Foundation is committed to protecting, promoting and preserving endangered species and habitats.
THE WOMAN’S CLUB OF JACKSONVILLE
1596 Lancaster Terrace #5B, 32204
(904) 737-4371 – facebook.com/Womansclubjax/
President: Laura Crooks
Mission & Vision: The mission of The Woman’s Club of Jacksonville is civic, literary, philanthropic, scientific and social in nature. The goal is to improve, benefit and advance women’s causes as well as reach out into the community and give aid to worthy organizations.
(904) 463-2877 – womenadejax.org
Founder: Judy Hicks
Mission & Vision: WomenadeJax mentors children at Daniel Kids through career development, fun and community service.
THE WOMEN’S BOARD OF WOLFSON CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL
1325 San Marco Boulevard, Suite 802, 32207
(904) 202-2866 – womensboardwch.com
President: Elizabeth Langley
Mission & Vision: The Women’s Board of Wolfson Children’s Hospital strives to further awareness in the community of the services and facilities of Wolfson Children’s Hospital and to raise funds to ensure the finest available pediatric care.
WOMEN’S CENTER OF JACKSONVILLE
5644 Colcord, 32211
(904) 722-3000 – womenscenterofjax.org
Executive Director: Teresa Miles
Mission & Vision: The Women’s Center of Jacksonville improves the lives of women through advocacy, support and education.
WOMEN’S GIVING ALLIANCE
245 Riverside Ave., Suite 310, 32202
(904) 356-4483 – www.jaxcf.org/wga
President: Ellen Wiss
Mission & Vision: The Women’s Giving Alliance makes grants to nonprofit organizations to support critical community services for women and girls.
WORLD AFFAIRS COUNCIL OF JACKSONVILLE
100 Festival Park Avenue, 32202
(904) 280-8162 – worldaffairscounciljax.org
Executive Director: Trina Medarev
Mission & Vision: The World Affairs Council of Jacksonville works to promote an understanding of the world and its people and to engage citizens of Northeast Florida in becoming better informed participants in the global community.
WOUNDED WARRIOR PROJECT
4899 Belfort Road, Suite 300, 32256
(904) 296-7350 – woundedwarriorproject.org
CEO: Lt. General Mike Linnington
Mission & Vision: The Wounded Warrior Project works to honor and empower Wounded Warriors.
9378 Arlington Expressway, Suite 325, 32225
(904) 802-2774 – yeshaministries.com
Founder: Grandmaster Charles Coker
Mission & Vision: Yeshá’s mission is to train and develop Disciples of Christ through sanctioned martial arts with a vision that its disciples would demonstrate Christian leadership principals to positively impact the lives of the individuals they touch.
YMCA OF FLORIDA’S FIRST COAST
40 E. Adams Street, Suite 210, 32202
(904) 296-3220 – firstcoastymca.org
President & CEO: Eric K. Mann
Mission & Vision: The YMCA strives to put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.
YOGA 4 CHANGE
PO Box 330117, Atlantic Beach, 32233
(904) 510-2004 – yoga-4-change.com
Founder/Executive Director:/b> Kathryn Thomas
Mission & Vision: To heal and empower veterans, incarcerated individuals, venerable youth and those dealing with substance abuse through a purpose-driven yoga curriculum.
YOUNG LIFE JACKSONVILLE
PO Box 2173, 32203
(904) 387-9633 – jacksonville.younglife.org
Area Director: Mike Shea
Mission & Vision: Young Life introduces adolescents to Jesus Christ and helps them grow in their faith.
PO Box 692, Conway, SC 29528
(843) 655-2835 – youngstroke.org
Founder/Executive Director: Amy Edmunds
Mission & Vision: YoungStroke is the first and only American advocacy organization formed to specifically address the unmet needs of young adult stroke survivors and their caregivers.
YOUTH CRISIS CENTER
3015 Parental Home Road, 32216
(904) 720-0002 – youthcrisiscenter.org
President/CEO: Kim Sirdevan
Mission & Vision: The Youth Crisis Center works to build a healthier community by empowering young people and families to rise above adversity, supporting their vision for a stronger community through stronger families.