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: www.amnestyorlando.org/national-campaigns

 

…. 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: www.basecamp.org

Facebook: BASE CAMP Children’s Cancer foundation page

Instagram: basecampccf

 

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: www.bluecrayonzinc.org

 

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 www.flybynightinc.org

 

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.

 

Music To My Mind (MTMM) 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 Music To My Mind on our website: www.musictomymind.com

 

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 www.noahs-ark.org

 

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 – www.osocrc.org