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Florida Voices For Animals, Inc.

Florida Voices for Animals (FVA) is a local 501c(3), non-profit, animal-rights organization servicing west and central Florida. We are based in the Tampa Bay area. Our two primary mission statements are to educate the public about the abuses that animals go through (and what the public can do to help) and to promote the awesome health benefits of veganism lifestyle.


To learn more, visit


Broome Animal Sanctuary & Farm

We hope you will join us in our mission to raise awareness of the plight of farm factory animals. Farm animals are very intelligent and emotional creatures not to be exploited. We are their guardians and protectors.


We are devoting our lives to improving the lives of all animals. They are no longer in danger of ending up in a slaughter house. We are committed to raising awareness of factory farm atrocities while promoting a happier, healthier and more humane way of life between humans, animals and the environment.


To learn more, visit



Noah's Ark is a 501(c)(3) non-profit Animal Sanctuary dedicated to bringing children and animals together with the purpose of providing unconditional love, unconditional service, and a future full of hope. Noah's Ark has over 1,500 animals with 100 different species and it costs $33,000 per month to feed and care for the animals.


Noah's Ark is a 250-acre sanctuary for abused, unwanted, and neglected animals. A beautiful "park-like" setting with paved pathways to bring your family and enjoy an afternoon out. We have a beautiful picnic area and playground. Wear your walking shoes, pack a lunch, and come spend the day with us! Noah's Ark never charges admission to come and see the animals; however, we do accept and appreciate donations to help feed and care for the animals.


To learn more, visit


WildCat Ridge Sanctuary

WildCat Ridge is a 501(c)3 non-profit ‘last hope’ sanctuary located in beautiful Scotts Mills, Oregon. Our mission is to provide a safe, natural lifetime home for captive-born wildcats in need. WildCat Ridge Sanctuary is not open to the public; nor do we buy, sell, breed, or exhibit our animals. It’s a philosophy we believe in and stand by for the safety and well-being of the wildcats.


Every captive wildcat has the right to a safe, peaceful, and natural place to live their lives.


To learn more, visit


African American Museum of the Arts

The purpose of the African American Museum of the Arts is to collect, preserve, and exhibit and promotes African and Caribbean American art. Materials, facilities and instructions shall be provided for the creation, appreciation and understanding of African American and Caribbean American art and culture.


The AAMA is a not-for-profit arts facility dedicated to promoting multicultural artistic excellence and providing educational, historical and cultural opportunities to all ages, specifically the African American community, in visual, literary and performing arts; while encouraging interaction with the community through on-site and outreach exhibitions, presentations and historical research.


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So You Want Your Name In Lights

So You Want Your Name In Lights (SYWYNIL) mission is to connect and build talents in our communities through the arts. Specifically, we promote music education and provide performing opportunities throughout Central Florida communities. We partner with community and private organizations to develop these opportunities for individual and group talents of all ages. So You Want Your Name In Lights (SYWYNIL) music summer camps expose disadvantaged youth to songwriting, audio digital recording, and performances.


Learn more about So You Want Your Name In Lights on our website:


Orlando Fashion District

Orlando Fashion District’s mission is to make Orlando a Fashion Destination with a Garment District. We discover, recognize, support and reward Fashion, Costume and Beauty Pros through networking and fashion competition events like Orlando Fashion Battle.


To learn more, visit


Sarasota Film Festival

To celebrate the art of filmmaking and the contribution of filmmakers by hosting an international film festival and developing year-long programs for the economic, educational, and cultural benefit of our community.


To learn more, visit


The Love Foundation

The Love Foundation Inc. is a nonprofit organization with the mission of inspiring people to love unconditionally. Our vision is to assist people by building a practical foundation and understanding of unconditional love within individuals and society as a whole. Established in 2000, we have become an international leading resource for sharing the awareness of unconditional love.


As truth can be found in all aspects of life, The Love Foundation is designed to be an open organization built on the universal recognition of unconditional love. As such, we are not affiliated with any religious creed or perspective. Our focus is on the personal appreciation and pragmatic experience of unconditional love. Through education, research, and charity, we strive to share in this timeless understanding and expand our individual and collective consciousness.


To learn more, visit


Forever Wild Avian Sanctuary

The Forever Wild Avian Sanctuary is an IRS-recognized 501(c) (3) non-profit all-volunteer organization. Our facility is a sanctuary where birds and other domestic species are rescued because of abandonment or neglect. We will intake all species of parrots, chickens, domestic ducks, geese, pheasants, peafowl, turkeys and other domestic fowl. We also accept domestic rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, and gerbils. We do not provide sanctuary for cats, dogs, “hoofed” barnyard animals, rats, mice, ferrets, or reptiles.


To learn more, visit


Patty’s Parrot Place

Patty’s Parrot Palace is a licensed, non-profit organization with a new, expanded sanctuary in DeLand, Florida, supported by corporate sponsors, “parronts,” volunteers, donors, and bird owners who let their pets stay at the Palace while they are away. The Palace provides temporary boarding, bird rescues, rehabilitation, and more.


To learn more, visit


Libby's Legacy Breast Cancer Foundation

The Mission of Libby’s Legacy Breast Cancer Foundation is to provide comprehensive services to the underserved through education, mammograms, and patient navigation on the journey from diagnosis to survivorship with the compassion to ensure no one fights alone.


Libby’s Legacy also helps stage IV breast cancer patients battling this disease by granting wishes in order to create cherished memories with loved ones through the LIVE BIG program.


To learn more, visit


Autism Society of Greater Orlando

With the new rate of autism diagnoses increasing to 1 out of 44 children, the need for supports and services continues to grow here in Central Florida. The Autism Society of Greater Orlando saw the need for supports for those with autism. ASGO was founded in 1996 by a group of volunteer parents to better assist families of children and adults with autism in the Central Florida area. The mission or goal of the ASGO is that all individuals within the autism spectrum will be provided a lifetime network of opportunities to become fully accepted, included, and actively participating members of our community, through family support, education, advocacy, and public awareness.


We are primarily a volunteer organization. Most of the volunteers are parents that understand what it is like to live with autism on a daily basis. We are here to be of support to you and your family. We host over 200 events, activities, trainings, social groups each year with most being underwritten by ASGO. We also believe in the need for training of our law enforcement officers and first responders. As such, ASGO provides this valuable training to all officers who request it. This is just one of the ways ASGO supports those living with autism in our local community. You can reach out to ASGO for more information by calling us at 407-855-0235 or on our website at


Orlando Dream Center

We are a resource center with a food pantry, baby and senior assistance, and youth development programs. For years, our organization have held small groups and outreach services in various locations with the purpose of fighting hunger, unite communities, and spreading love and hope. As the crowds grow each week, Pastors Miguel and Janelle Adorno from URCHURCH.LIFE continue to stand in the gap for their community.


We share faith, hope and love through our programs and education. Each of our groups and partners are committed to meet physical, emotional, as well as spiritual needs.


To learn more, visit


Russell Home for Atypical Children

The Russell Home for Atypical* Children is a registered 501(c)(3) charitable organization.*Atypical… Those children with a special need, whether mental or physical.


The Russell Home was the first non-profit institution in the country for brain-damaged children. The physical home consists of a nursery, dormitory wing, playrooms, living room areas, kitchen and large laundry room. The nursery, done up in bright colors with many posters and stuffed animals, is cheerful for the children. However, if your are ever fortunate enough to visit, bring plenty of tissue as you will find before the end of your visit you will not have a dry eye. The love that is in this home, expressed through the eyes, sounds, and smiles from the children will make you count your blessings for the simple things in life.


To learn more, visit


So You Want Your Name In Lights

So You Want Your Name In Lights (SYWYNIL) mission is to connect and build talents in our communities through the arts. Specifically, we promote music education and provide performing opportunities throughout Central Florida communities. We partner with community and private organizations to develop these opportunities for individual and group talents of all ages. So You Want Your Name In Lights (SYWYNIL) music summer camps expose disadvantaged youth to songwriting, audio digital recording, and performances.


Learn more about So You Want Your Name In Lights on our website:


Blue Crayonz Inc.

Blue Crayonz Inc. is a non-profit 501c(3) organization dedicated to helping individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder in receiving the sensory equipment needed to help them thrive. Referral based, we work one on one with each family. Even aiding in the design of sensory rooms for local schools. Bringing Autism Awareness to our community building a stronger community support system.


Learn more about Blue Crayonz Inc. on our website:


Building Veterans

We are a supportive community that finds, welcomes, mentors and equips veterans and others who are broken in body, mind and spirit, and integrates them back into the larger community rebuilt and restored to live and serve


Learn more about Building Veterans on our website:


B.R.A.N.C.H Inc.

The need for more positive action & positive support continues to grow. Each generation faces different challenges. With each of those challenges comes the lessons and the importance of having a support system. Each of us have the capability of living the best life yet are not taught how. Our Consciousness meetings were created for that purpose. We teach awareness to help others find that peace, joy & satisfaction of life. Awareness of self activates the tools to make profound change. Join our enlightening conversations. We hold Consciousness meeting every other month. Adults & mature teens are encouraged to attend. These meetings our held @ the Breyting location in Deland, FL . Become more aware of yourself in support of your personal growth Mentally, Physically & Spiritually.


With our Encouragement Text Msg we continue to send positive reinforcement and mental boosts. Random messages, scriptures, memes or songs (based on the Holy Spirit) are sent to aid in uplifting the Mind & Spirit.


In addition, once a quarter we aid in the coordination of Beach Trash, Clean Up Located in Cocoa Beach ,over the Banana River , adopted by Tierra Bella Gallery. The time taken to pick up trash to help protect our Oceans and Marine wildlife immensely rewards the heart and mind. As we continue to gain support our services expand. Currently in the works is the Bag of Hope & Pantry for communities in need. With God's favor we are confident our efforts will support the increase of more Love, Acceptance & Positive Energy.


Learn more about Blessing Restoring Awakening Nurturing Conscious Hearts INC. on our


Fly By Night Inc

Our mission is to provide educational information, materials, and services that promote bat conservation and protect bat populations. Conservation efforts include educational outreach, population management and field research projects, manufacture and installation of bat houses (roost mitigation), and the rehabilitation and rescue of orphaned or injured bats.


"Our Mission to help bats, is largely achieved by helping people who need help with bats."


To learn more, visit


Save The Manatees

Our mission is to protect manatees and their aquatic habitat for future generations. Our objective is the recovery and protection of manatees and their aquatic ecosystems throughout the world.



Human activities are harming manatees, and only our compassion and action can protect them. Manatees are Florida’s official state marine mammal. They are listed as endangered at the international level by the IUCN World Conservation Union. They are listed as threatened at the federal level by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and at the state level by the Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC). Their listing status is largely due to human activity. Since record-keeping began in 1974, more than 41% of manatee deaths where cause of death was identified were human-related – and almost 34% were due to watercraft collisions (the largest known cause of manatee deaths). With increased awareness, education, regulations, and enforcement, manatee deaths caused by humans could be substantially reduced, and the eventual recovery of the species could be realized.


Learn more about Save The Manatee on our website:


Florida Boxer Rescue

Incorporated in 2000, Florida Boxer Rescue Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non profit organization whose sole purpose is to find permanent and loving homes for neglected and abandoned Boxers who are in shelters and also to assist owners who must find new homes for their beloved Boxer dogs.  We are totally staffed by dedicated volunteers and all Boxers in our program are in foster homes where they can receive love, attention, and any medical assistance needed.


To learn more, visit


Touch of Grey Rescue

Giving senior dogs a new leash on life! Providing foster care, re-homing assistance and hospice care to senior dogs that have been left behind by their owners or who are residing in shelters.


Our goal is to take as many seniors as we can out of the shelter environment. We also help prevent senior dogs from going to shelters, and healthy dogs from being euthanized just because of their age (yes this happens). We place these dogs into loving foster homes where they will be given medical care, comfortable beds, and lots of love and attention in their final weeks, months or years. Many will be available for adoption, as there is still plenty of life left after 7! While a dog has to be an estimated 7 years of age or older to qualify for our rescue, it does not matter their size, breed, or condition. As long as we have a committed foster home and finances in place for proper medical care, they will not be turned away. Although they are often overlooked, senior dogs still have so much life and love left to offer!


To learn more, visit


Florida Literacy Coalition, Inc.

Established in 1985, The Florida Literacy Coalition (FLC) promotes, supports and advocates for the effective delivery of quality adult and family literacy services in the state of Florida.


As a statewide umbrella literacy organization and the host of Florida’s State Literacy Resource Center, FLC provides a range of services to support more than 300 adult education, literacy and family literacy providers throughout Florida. Special emphasis is placed on assisting community based literacy organizations with their training and program development needs.


To learn more, visit


So You Want Your Name In Lights

So You Want Your Name In Lights (SYWYNIL) mission is to connect and build talents in our communities through the arts. Specifically, we promote music education and provide performing opportunities throughout Central Florida communities. We partner with community and private organizations to develop these opportunities for individual and group talents of all ages. So You Want Your Name In Lights (SYWYNIL) music summer camps expose disadvantaged youth to songwriting, audio digital recording, and performances.


Learn more about So You Want Your Name In Lights on our website:


Ox School of Construction

Ox School of Construction Resource Center teaches hands on construction trades to youths ages 17-29, and also military veterans. Our intensive 16 - week program assist each graduating participant to placement into the workforce. A secondary track provides the foundation for setting them unto an entrepreneurial path.


The Mission of Ox School of Construction Resource Center Inc., is the following:

• Education for our youths and military veterans

• Ongoing Support for all our candidates

• Community Awareness for youths and Veteran Troop Support

• Economic-Development


For more information please contact our office at 888.296.0084 -


The Florida School of Holistic Living

The Florida School of Holistic Living is a 501c3 nonprofit educational organization with the mission of cultivating sustainable community by empowering individuals through philosophy-in-practice education that promotes holistic living. Our programming includes a comprehensive curriculum of natural health and sustainable living workshops, continuing education, and professional training.


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The Center Orlando

Founded in 1978, the mission of The Center Orlando is to promote and empower the LGBT community and its allies through education, information, advocacy, and support.


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Arthur’s Acres

Our mission at Arthur’s Acres Animal Sanctuary is to rescue those that have been abused, exploited or discarded. Rehabilitate through patience, love, and respect. Educate individuals on cruelty-free life from daily choices.


To learn more, visit


Witts End Farm Equine Rescue

We are a 501C3 non-profit equine/farm animal rescue. Mostly we work to help our local animal control and law enforcement with abused, neglected and abandoned horses. However, the rescue has recently started taking in and rehabilitating some small farm animals, rabbits and guinea pigs.


We also do our best to help people understand how to take care of their animals. If they need or want to learn more, we will work with them to help them keep their animals if it is just the lack of knowledge about upkeep that is an issue. Our goal is to have a more informed owner and a happy, healthy animal companion for life. All donations we receive go directly to the animals - your donations pay for food, water, shelter and veterinary care.


To learn more, visit


Serenity’s Grace

Serenity's Grace Inc. is a local and licensed 501(c)(3) charity located in the Central Florida area. We are dedicated to leading the homeless and disabled to self-sufficiency. We are here to reduce the extreme poverty level in the Central Florida area with the effort of people helping people.  All donations made are tax deductible, so donate or volunteer today to make a direct impact within your community.


Our most notable service is our community outreach program. While other organizations bring out pre-made food, which can be store bought, we cook the food ourselves to ensure our attendees get a freshly cooked meal. We have many choices to choose from during our events to accommodate those with diet restrictions as well.


To learn more, visit


We Care Of Lake County Inc

We Care is a partnership of Lake County organizations, and we exist to provide donated care to low income, uninsured people. With the support of three hospital health systems, We Care is able to play a leadership role in allocating scarce healthcare resources. This leadership role is moving toward the sharing of data, coordinating best-practice guidelines of care, cooperation in producing improved patient and financial outcomes, and strategic positioning of needed healthcare resources.


We Care of Lake County is an independent 501(C)(3) non-profit organization that was established in 1994 by the Lake-Sumter Medical Society. Our organization has a working Board of Directors, receives base funding from the Lake County Board of County Commissioners, and enjoys a staff of dedicated and compassionate employees.


We Care of Lake County provides case management utilizing volunteer specialty physicians. Once assigned to a physician, clients will see their assigned doctor in the privacy of the physician's office during regular business hours. Our clients are closely monitored by a Case Manager who oversees all appointments and care.


To learn more, visit


Amnesty International (519)

Amnesty International is a global movement of millions of people demanding human rights for all people – no matter who they are or where they are. We are the world’s largest grassroots human rights organization. We work to protect people wherever justice, freedom, truth, and dignity are denied.


Learn more about Amnesty International - Orlando Chapter 519 on our website:


Center for Great Apes

The Center for Great Apes' mission is to provide a permanent sanctuary for orangutans and chimpanzees who have been rescued or retired from the entertainment industry, from research, from the exotic pet trade, or from other situations where great apes need rescue and lifetime care. The Center will provide care with dignity in a safe, healthy, and enriching environment for all sanctuary residents


To learn more, visit


International Primate Protection League

IPPL is a grassroots nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting the world’s remaining primates, great and small. Since 1973 we have worked to expose primate abuse and battled international traffickers. We also operate a sanctuary for gibbons (the smallest of the apes) in South Carolina and support primate rescue efforts worldwide, especially in countries where primates are native. Our goal is to keep these uniquely threatened animals safe from human cruelty, negligence, and exploitation, envisioning a world where all primates can thrive in their native habitats.


Our South Carolina Headquarters Sanctuary provides a lifetime of compassionate care for gibbons after former “careers” as laboratory subjects, discarded pets, and zoo exhibits.


To learn more, visit


Jungle Friends Primate Sanctuary

Jungle Friends Primate Sanctuary provides permanent high-quality sanctuary care for New World monkeys being retired from laboratory research, ex-pets, or monkeys who have been confiscated by the authorities.


Jungle Friends is also committed to advocacy and education on behalf of all captive non-human primates, and to provide assistance to improve the circumstances of captive primates wherever possible.


To learn more, visit


Save The Chimps

Save the Chimps is the largest privately funded chimpanzee sanctuary in the world whose mission is to provide refuge and exemplary care to chimpanzees in need.


Save the Chimps offers life-long care for chimpanzees rescued from research laboratories, the pet trade, and the entertainment industry.


To learn more, visit


BASE Camp Children's Cancer Foundation

.... because kids can't fight cancer alone!

At BASE Camp - We Believe Every Child Deserves a Childhood. BASE Camp Children's Foundation has been serving children impacted by cancer and other life-threatening hematological illnesses in Central Florida since 1982. BASE Camp is a place where you can always find comfort, friends, nourishment, and encouragement along the journey ...Our programs and activities are like the encampments that are built as climbers climb mountains, we set up base camps locally to help the children stop, rest, eat, play, gather with friends to gain the strength and encouragement to continue the journey and finish the climb!


Some examples of what we provide:

BASE Camp NOURISHMENT delivers over 400 meals every WEEK to children and families at the 3 local hospitals. Every Friday night the delivery of a dinner meal is enhanced with movies and popcorn and candy so that families can enjoy "DINNER & A MOVIE" while in the hospital.


BASE Camp also coordinates MILESTONE parties celebrating: birthdays and END OF CHEMO/RADIATION, etc. Bringing dessert and balloons to acknowledge and CELEBRATE the day!


BASE Camp hosts special events and parties for the children and siblings to get an opportunity to play. get peer support and enjoy "normal" kid things. And so much more!


Learn more about BASE Camp on our website:

Facebook: BASE CAMP Children's Cancer foundation page

Instagram: basecampccf


Humanity Villages

Humanity Villages is on the front lines directly supporting homeless individuals and Veterans who are shelter challenged. Our organization uses community support in the form of funding, supplies, and volunteer work to provide supportive services and shelter to people in dire need.


Ways you can help:

• Join our Facebook group Humanity Villages to stay connected to our community’s requests for emergency clothing, ways to volunteer, and other news updates.

• Purchase supplies for our community, here is our wish list.

• Volunteer your website building and graphic arts skills to help build a website so we can rally more support.