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Here is a list of organizations that give you the opportunity to volunteer. You must complete your hours with a non-profit organization.
Here are 2 links for additional opportunities:
https://www.volunteermatch.org/
https://greatnonprofits.org/city/orlando/FL
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Organization NameWhat does the organization do?Age LimitContact Information
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A Gift for TeachingTo improve public education by providing resources and surplus materials free to teachers for their students in need.12Website: www.agiftforteaching.org
Phone: 407.318.3123 - Email: info@agiftforteaching.org
Address: 6501 Magic Way, Bldg. 400C, Orlando, Florida 32809 - also have a Kissimmee and Sanford location
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Buddy Break at Faith Assembly of God
(Counts as community hours)
Faith Assembly's Child Care Ministry - Buddy Break is part of a community outreach to help parents of children with special needs take a break. Because this is for the whole community, these hours will count as outside of church and school volunteer hours.14Website: NA
Phone: Jennifer Ryan 407-275-8790 ext 1105 Email: childcare@faithassembly.org
Address: 9307 Curry Ford Road, Orlando, Florida 32825
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Clean the WorldCollect and recycle soap and hygiene products discarded every day by the hospitality industry and other sectors that generate environmental waste.8-15 with adult
16 w/out adult
Website: https://cleantheworld.org
Phone: (407) 574-8353 Email: info@cleantheworld.org
Address: RECYCLING OPERATION CENTER: 400 Pittman St. Suite A, Orlando, FL 32801
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Community Food & OutreachHelp struggling families get their basic needs met, connecting those in crisis with the resources and tools needed to get back on their feet, and providing the training and skills necessary to help our neighbors get employment opportunities, achieve their dreams, and regain hope for their lives.10-15 with adult
16 w/out adult
Website: http://communityfoodoutreach.org
Phone: Mark Perez 407-650-0774 x 1729 Email: volunteer@communityfoodoutreach.org
Address: 150 West Michigan Street, Orlando, FL 32806
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Elizabeth HouseElizabeth House is a non-profit, 501(c)3, faith-based, charitable organization serving survivors of domestic violence, both women and their children.16 and overSandra Preston- Founder/CEO
Phone 407-968-9922
Website: https://www.elizabethhouseinc.com
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Florida HospitalFulfilling vital needs throughout Florida Hospital East Orlando's campus, our volunteers are a valuable part of our highly devoted staff. Working together with our clinical and support teams, we provide a wide range of opportunities for volunteers to gain rewarding and credible experience within our hospital. 16Website: www.floridahospital.com
Phone: Florida Hospital East Orlando (407) 303-6797 Email: Gerardo.Sanabria@flhosp.org
Adress: 7727 Lake Underhill Road, Orlando, FL 32822
There are multiple locations to volunteer with all over the Orlando area. For more information, go to: www.floridahospital.com/giving/volunteer/contact
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Give Kids the WorldGive Kids The World is a non-profit organization that exists only to fulfill the wishes of all children with life-threatening illnesses and their families from around the world to experience a memorable, joyful, cost-free visit to the Central Florida attractions, and to enjoy the magic of Give Kids The World Village for as long as there is a need. 12-15 with adult
16 w/out adult
Website: www.gktw.org
Phone: 407-396-1114 Email: volunteer@gktw.org
Address: 210 South Bass Road, Kissimmee, FL 34746
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Goodwill Industries of Central Flordia, Inc.Goodwill Industries of Central Florida offers life-changing services to those in need. In 2014, they provided over 42,000 people with job training – helping them address barriers such as disabilities, homelessness and lack of skills so they can enter or re-enter the workforce.16Website: http://goodwillcfl.org
Phone: 407-235-1571 Email: volunteer@goodwillcfl.org
Address: Multiple Locations in Orlando
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Habitat for HumanityHabitat for Humanity of Greater Orlando Area is dedicated to eliminating substandard housing locally and worldwide through constructing, rehabilitating and preserving homes; by advocating for fair and just housing policies; and by providing training and access to resources to help families improve their shelter conditions.16Website: www.habitat-orlando.org
Phone: (407) 648-4567 Email: information@habitat-orlando.org
Address: Multiple Locations in Orlando
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Habitat for Humanity - ReStoreThe ReStores are nonprofit home improvement stores and donation centers that sell new and gently used furniture, appliances, home décor, building materials and more to the public at a fraction of the retail price. Proceeds from sales are used to support the work of Habitat for Humanity of Greater Orlando. We operate two ReStores that are open Monday through Saturday and are located just outside of Baldwin Park and next to the Florida Mall16Website: www.habitat-orlando.org
Gabriella DeFreitas, Volunteer Coordinator
Phone: (407) 574-2662 Email: gdefreitas@habitatorlando.org
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Harvest Time InternationalEach day Harvest Time International assists over 500 families in Central Florida through a variety of programs and services that help make ends meet, economically, physically and spiritually.5-12 w/ a parent
13 w/out a parent
Website: http://harvesttime.org/
Phone: 407-878-5526 Email: volunteer@harvesttime.org
Address: 225 N Kennel Road, Sanford, FL 32771
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Nathaniel's HopeNathaniel’s Hope is dedicated to sharing hope with kids with special needs (VIP kids) and their families.14Website: http://www.nathanielshope.org
Phone: 407-857-8224 Email: info@nathanielshope.org
Address: 2300 Jetport Drive, Orlando, FL 32809
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Orange County Animal ServicesOrange County Animal Services is a progressive animal-welfare focused organization that enforces the Orange County Code to protect both citizens and animals.15Website: www.orangecountyfl.net/AnimalsPets.aspx#.VTecEPnF-7m
Phone: Crystal Kincaid (407) 836-3111 Email: Crystal.Kincaid@ocfl.net
Address: 2769 Conroy Road, Orlando, FL 32839
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Orange County Teen Court
Juvenile Justice Center
The juries in Teen Court are made up of trained high school volunteers. All volunteers are trained by members of the local Bar association and court personnel. High School StudentsWebsite: http://www.ninthcircuit.org/about/divisions/juvenile-court/teen-court
Phone: 407-836-9517 Email: teenc@ocnjcc.org
2000 E. Michigan Street
Orlando, FL 32806
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Orlando Day NurseryProvide high-q​uality educational programs that increase children’s chances of achieving future educational success and becoming productive members of society. 16Website: www.orlandoday.org
Phone: 407-422-5291 Email: info@orlandodaynursery.org
Address: 626 Lake Dot Circle, Orlando, FL 32801
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Orlando Union Rescue MissionThe Orlando Union Rescue Mission is one of Central Florida's oldest and largest homeless service providers. The Mission provides for immediate physical needs -- including food, clothing and shelter -- however, our programs are designed to lead the homeless to permanent independence built upon a personal relationship with Christ.5-17 w/ adultWebsite: www.ourm.org
Phone: 407-422-4855 ext. 1109 Email: elizabeth.lynn@ourm.org
Address: 1521 W. Washington Street, Orlando, FL 32805
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Patty's Parrot PalacePatty's Parrot Palace, Inc. is a non profit 501 (c) 3
avian sanctuary providing rescue, rehabilitation and
permanent placement for companion parrots.
15Website: www.pattysparrotpalace.com
Phone: Email: 407-542-4005 pattysparrotpalace@gmail.com
Address: 835 Dyson Dr Winter Springs Fl 32708
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Pet Alliance of Greater OrlandoPet Alliance of Greater Orlando educates, shelters, places, and heals pets and their families with compassionate, responsible care maintained to the very highest professional standards.13-15 w/ parent
16 and up w/out parent
Website: http://petallianceorlando.org
Phone: (407) 351-7722
Address: 2727 Conroy Road, Orlando, FL 32839 - also have a Sanford location
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Rescue Outreach MissionRescue Outreach Mission exists to serve disadvantaged people throughout Central Florida,
by providing resources that help prevent homelessness and by helping those who are
already homeless return to self-sufficiency.
16Website: www.rescueoutreachcfl.org
Phone: 407-321-8224 Email: info@rescueoutreachCFL.org
Address: 1701 Historic Goldsboro Blvd. , Sanford, FL 32771
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Ronald McDonald House OrlandoEach year, over 1,700 families stay at one of our two Ronald McDonald Houses.We provide comfort and care. Families find hope and healing. Help keep families together when they need it most.14 and under w/ adult
15 w/out adult
Website: www.ronaldmcdonaldhouseorlando.org
Phone: Judy Le (407) 206-0957 ext. 107 Email: judyle@rmhccf.org
Address: Multiple locations in the community
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Salvation Army OrlandoProvides an immediate response to families and individuals in crisis, hot meals and shelter for men, women, and children whom are homeless and emergency food, clothing and assistance with utility and rent payments to prevent homelessness, and Emergency Disaster Services to families and individuals during times of tragedy .15 and under w/ adult
16 w/out adult
Website: http://salvationarmyorlando.org
Phone: Wendy Hu 407-423-8581 Email: NA
Address: 416 West Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL 32804
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Second Harvest Food Bank of Central FloridaSecond Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida is a private, nonprofit organization that collects and distributes donated food to more than 550 nonprofit partner agencies in six Central Florida counties. 10 w/ adult
16 w/out adult
Website: www.foodbankcentralflorida.org
Phone: Mindy Ortiz 407.514.1043 Email: mortiz@feedhopenow.org
Address: 411 Mercy Drive, Orlando, Florida 32805
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Stand Up for KidsThe mission is to end the cycle of youth homelessness throughout the United States.16Website: www.standupforkids.org/Orlando
Phone: 800.365.4KID Email: Orlando@standupforkids.org
Address: Orlando, FL 32801
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Winter Park Benefit ShopThe Benefit Shop serves the community by selling a variety of donated items and then gives all the proceeds to local charities. There are no paid employees, it is operated entirely by volunteers.Phone: 407-647-8276
Adress: 150 Lyman Avenue, Winter Park, FL 32789
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