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 www.flbr.org

 

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 www.touchofgreyrescue.com

 

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 www.orlandodreamcenter.com

 

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 www.russellhome.org

 

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 www.libbyslegacy.org

 

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

 

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.

 

To learn more, visit www.africanmuseumdeland.org

 

…. 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