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Agency KeywordKeywordNonprofit 501(c)(3)Agency DescriptionCity, StateWebsiteContact NameContact EmailContact PhoneSite AddressMOUAction Items Notes
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A Child's AcademyDaycareEarly ChildhoodNO The goal at A Child’s Academy is to provide a loving, happy place for young children to learn and grow as we bridge the gap from home to school. Our staff supports a positive self-image in each child while building social skills in a scholastic setting. At A Child’s Academy, we believe in Christian values, courtesy, and good manners. We reinforce this commitment through the use of the A Beta curriculum, which builds the content of every textbook on the foundation of God’s Word.Gainesvilleachildsacademy.comAimee Eastman(352) 371-33603401 NW 34th St Gainesville Fl 32605EXPIRED
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A Child's DreamDaycareEarly ChildhoodNOWe give your child the attention and nurturing they deserve throughout their days here at A Child's Dream. It is our duty to make sure your child grows both physically and mentally and to have them ready for Elementary school.Gainesville, FLhttp://againesvillepreschool.com/about.htmlMary K. VanHemel(352) 376-57564127 NW 34th St Gainesville FL 32605Expires 4-21-2015
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ACG Therapy CenterOccupational TherapyfamilyNOhttp://www.acgtherapycenter.com/(352)372-00474907 NW 43rd St., Suite C Gainesville, FL. 32606On file with UF/FYCS No Expiration
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Acorn ClinicNonprofitHealthcareYESThe Alachua County Organization for Rural Needs, Inc. (ACORN) Clinic provides low-cost medical and dental care to low-income families and qualifying residents living in rural north central Florida. ACORN is a not-for-profit 501 (c)(3) organization. Please take some time to learn more about the positive impact that ACORN has on the rural communities of North Central Florida.Brooker, FL www.acornclinic.orgCandice Kingcking@acornclinic.org(352)485-113323320 N State Road 235 Brooker, Fl 32622On file with UFSee Faculty AdvisorVolunteer Select
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Alachua Conservation TrustNonprofitFundraisingYESThe mission of Alachua Conservation Trust (ACT) is to protect the natural, historic, scenic and recreational resources in and around Alachua County, Florida. ACT protects land through purchase, donation, and conservation easements.Gainesville, FLhttp://alachuaconservationtrust.org/Lesa Holderact.lesa@gmail.com(352) 373-10787204 SE County Road 234 Gainesville, FL 32641On file with UFVolunteer Select
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Alachua County 4-HYESMatt Benge352-955-2402ON file with UF
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Alachua County Criminal Justice Center, 8th Judicial Circuit of FLLocal GovernmentCommunityNOServes: Alachua, Baker, Bradford, Gilchrist, Levy, and Union Counties.Gainesville, FLcircuit8.orgRobert Folsomfolsomr@circuit8.org(352) 374-3634220 S Main St Gainesville FL 32601
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Alachua County Extension OfficeIFAS/ UFCommunityYESThe University of Florida's Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (UF/IFAS) is a federal, state, and county partnership dedicated to developing knowledge in agriculture, human and natural resources, and the life sciences and to making that knowledge accessible to sustain and enhance the quality of human life.Gainesville, FLhttp://alachua.ifas.ufl.edu/Dr. Brenda Williamsbjcw@ufl.edu(352) 955-24022800 NE 39th Ave Gainesville FL 32609Expired
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Alachua County Humane SocietyNonprofitAnimalsYESThe Alachua County Humane Society is a Nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that strives to eliminate euthanasia of healthy, treatable cats and dogs in our community. Most of the animals at our facility come from the Alachua County Animal Services, and from the moment we pick them up, our number one priority is to get them well and find them loving homes as quickly as possible.Gainesville, FLhttp://www.alachuahumane.org/Sarah MacLennanvolunteer@alachuahumane.org(352)373-58554205 NW 6th Street Gainesville, FL 32609On file with UF Volunteer Select
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Alachua County JailTutorNOFotina Pemy352-491-4469On File with UF
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Alachua County Library District - Alachua BranchCommunityeducation NO Alachua County Library District: a key to building a better community by
creating opportunities to participate, connect and discover.
Alachua Countyhttp://www.aclib.us/alachua(386) 462-259214913 NW 140 StreetAlachua, FL 32615No expiration
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Alachua County Public Schools FoundationNonproitFundraisingYESGainesville, FLwww.acpsf.org(352)955-70031725 SE 1st Ave Gainesville, FL 32651Expired
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Alachua County Sheriff's Office- Teen CourtLocal GovernmentAdolescentsNOThe Teen Court program offers both participants and volunteers the opportunity to participate in individual and group counseling services, educational classes, field trips, and a hands-on introduction to the American Legal System.Gainesville, FLhttp://www.alachuasheriff.org/programs/teen_court.aspxAngie Chesser Theresa Kaneachesser@alachuasheriff.org tkane@acso.us(352) 367-41252621 SE Hawthorne Road Gainesville, FL 32641On File with UFVolunteer Select
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Alachua County Sheriffs OfficeLocal GovernmentCommunityNOGainesville, FLalachuasheriff.orgAngela Chesserachesser@alachuasheriff.org(352) 367-41252612 SE Hawthorne Rd Gainesville FL 32641Expired
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Alachua County Victim Services and Rape Crisis CenterNonprofitCommunityNOThe Alachua County Victim Services & Rape Crisis Center provides services to survivors of interpersonal violence, sexual violence and personal injury crimes. Established in the Gainesville/Alachua County community for more than 36 years, the program is available to support and assist anyone who is a victim or survivor of violence.Gainesville, FLhttp://www.alachuacounty.us/depts/css/victimservices/Pages/VictimServices.aspxJessie Lazarchikjlazarchik@alachuacounty.us352-264-6767218 SE 24th St Gainesville, FL 32641On File with UF
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Alachua County Youth OrchestraChildren/YouthMusicYESThe ACYO is currently the only full orchestral experience for the youth of Alachua County. The orchestra has been in existence for over 40 years providing free concerts for the residents of Alachua and the surrounding Counties. The orchestra usually provides or participates in four concerts a year; Winter concert, Stop Children’s Cancer Concert, Spring Concert, and the Meet the Orchestra/Fifth Grade Concert. IGainesville, FLwww.acyo.orgPO Box 14313 University Station Gainesville, FL 32604Expired
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Alachua Lions Club InternationalNonprofitServiceYESTo create and foster a spirit of understanding among all people for humanitarian needs by providing voluntary services through community involvement. The Lions motto is "We Serve".Alachua, FLhttp://www.e-clubhouse.org/sites/alachua/contact.php(386) 462-717815115 NW 142 Terrace Alachua, FL 32615Expired
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Alive Churchreligiousnonprofit NOGainesville, FLwww.myalivechurch.orgJeff Ninan352-505-01925805 NW 37th St. Gaineville, FL 32653On file with UF
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Altrussa House of GainesvilleNonprofitCommunityYESThe purpose of Altrusa International of Gainesville is to better our community by bringing together volunteers to identify and meet needs of our local area through service and leadership.Gainesville, FLhttp://gainesville.altrusa.org/Who-We-Are/Welcome-Message.aspx(352)377-77082002 NW 36th Avenue Gainesville, FL 32605Expired
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Alz PlaceHealthcareGerontologyNOAl’z Place provides care for people age 18+ with Alzheimer’s disease or severe memory impairment. The adult program is available five days per week, Eight hours per day.Gainesville, FLhttp://eldercare.ufhealth.org/services/alz-place/Robin Katz(352) 375-30001701 NW 80 Blvd #105, Gainesville FL 32606On File with UF
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Alzheimers Association, North Central Florida (Gainesville Office) CommunityGerontologyYESThe Alzheimer's Association is the world's leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer's care, support and research.Gainesville, FLwww.alz.org/cnflMichelle Drinksmdrinks@alz.org(904) 281-90772727 NW 43rd St, Suite 5B Gainesville, FL 32606Expired
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American Cancer SocietyHealthcareCommunityYESthe American Cancer Society (ACS) has worked relentlessly to save lives and create a world with less cancer and more birthdays. Together with millions of our supporters worldwide, we help people stay well, help people get well, find cures, and fight back against cancer. Gainesville, FLwww.cancer.org(352) 376-68662119 SW 16th St Gainesville, FL 32608Expired
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American Heart AssociationHealthcareCommunityYESBuilding healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke. Our mission drives everything we do.Gainesville, FLhttp://www.heart.org/HEARTORG/Affiliate/Gainesville/Florida/Home_UCM_GSA004_AffiliatePage.jsp(800) 257-6941 ext. 80243324 W. University Ave, #128 Gainesville, FL 32607On file with UF
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American Legion, Haisley Lynch Post 16NonprofitVeterans AffairsNOIt is the nation’s largest wartime veterans service organization, committed to mentoring youth and sponsorship of wholesome programs in our communities, advocating patriotism and honor, promoting strong national security, and continued devotion to our fellow servicemembers and veterans.Gainesville, FLwww.legion.org(352) 372-88024701 NW 6th Gainesville Fl 32609Expired
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American Red Cross North Central Florida ChapterDisaster Relief CommunityYESThe American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors.Gainesville, FLhttp://www.redcross.org/fl/gainesvilleMeghan Hotchkissmeghan.hotchkiss@redcross.org(352)376-46691425 NW 6th Street Gainesville, FL 32601On file with UF/FYCS No Expiration Volunteer Select
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AMIKidsYouth ProgramsCommunity DevelopmentYESAMIkids offers a promising future to more than 7,000 kids each year through positive and motivating programs that inspire learning, leadership and personal growth.www.amikids.org(352) 466- 0543AMIKids, Inc. 5915 Benjamin Center Drive, Tampa FL 33634Expired
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Animals Helping Humans, Humans Helping Animals YESWilliiston, FLhttp://www.ahhhha.comJill Timmins Davisahhhhainc@yahoo.com352-505-001915351 NE 60th St. Williston, FL 32696On file at UF
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Anthem ChurchFaith-BasedCommunityNOOur volunteer teams are incredible and the Sunday environments literally would not happen without them. It takes over 50 volunteers each Sunday and they do an amazing job! This is a great time to get involved at Anthem because, as we build momentum and grow as a church, our need for volunteers increases. In other words, we need you.Gainesville, FLhttp://www.anthemchurch.com/2902 SW 75th St.

Gainesville, FL 32608
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Anti Defamation YESWashington DCdc.adl.orgKay EricsonKEricson@adl.org202-452-83101100 Connecticut Ave NW #1020 Washington, DCOn file with UF/FYCS No Expiration
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APLUS (Advanced Pre-Collegiate Leadership Seminar)NOWilliston, FLJohnnie Jonesaplus.levy@gmail.com352-325-3569427 Noble Ave. Williston, FL 32696On file with UF
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APLUS (Advanced Pre-Collegiate Leadership Seminars)NOWillison, FLaplus.levy@gmail.com352-325-3569427 Noble Ave. Willison, FL 32696On File with UF
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Arc of Alachua CountyNonprofitCommunityYESThe Arc of Alachua County is a community based organization committed to providing a continuum of exemplary services, supports, and advocacy to assure that people with developmental disabilities can enjoy respect and dignity and be full participants in the community.Gainesville, FLwww.arcalachua.orgBryan Harnedbharned@arcalachua.org(352) 334-40603303 NW 83 St Gainesville, FL 32606ExpiredBackground Check
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Arc of Martin CountyNonprofitCommunityYESThe Arc of Martin County is a community based organization committed to providing a continuum of exemplary services, supports, and advocacy to assure that people with developmental disabilities can enjoy respect and dignity and be full participants in the community.Stuart, FLhttp://arc-mctest.org/Cherie Petersoncpeterson@arcmc.org(772) 283-25252001 South Kanner Highway, Stuart, Florida 34994Expires 8/5/2015
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Baby Gator Child Development and Research CenterDaycareEarly ChildhoodNOBaby Gator Child Development Centers offer high quality care to children ages 6 weeks to five years. Children grow and learn in a safe and healthy environment with a caring and attentive staff of well-trained early childhood educators. Gainesville, FLwww.babygator.ufl.edu(352) 392-7901UF Campus, Building 293 Village Drive gainesville, Fl 32611On file with UF
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Balance 180NonprofitYouth SportsYESBalance 180 Gymnastics & Sports Academy, a new non profit organization in Gainesville that focuses on integrating children with varying abilities through sports.Gainesville, FLhttp://balance180.org/about-us/Julie Fosterbalance180gym@gmail.com352-340-11806527 NW 18th Drive Gainesville, FL 32653On file with UF
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Belen Jesuit Preparatory SchoolNOMiami, FLwww.belenjesuit.orgVictor Arrietavarrieta@belenjesuit.org786-621-4022500 SW 127th Ave Miami, fL 33184On file with UF
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Best BuddiesNonprofitCommunityYESBest Buddies® is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to establishing a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment and leadership development for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD).Gainesville, FLhttp://www.bestbuddies.org/Lora Jacksonufbestbuddies@gmail.com4401 NW 17th Place Gainesville FL 32605Expired
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Bike FloridaNonprofitCommunityYESOur mission is to promote safe and responsible bicycling through support of the Share the Road campaign, education, public awareness, and bicycle touring. As an organization, Bike Florida is dedicated to making a positive economic impact in the regions and communities that support our tours and programs.Gainesville, FLwww.bikeflorida.org(352) 244-0062P.O. Box 5295 Gainesville, Fl 32627Expired
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Bosshardt Realty ServicesNOGainesville, FLgainesville.bosshardtrealty.comTate Mikell352-336-66115210 SW 91 Terrace, Gainesville FL 32608On file with UF
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Boys and Girls Club of Alachua County, Inc.NonprofitCommunity-YouthYESOur mission is to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to
reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.
Gainesville, FLhttps://www.myboysandgirlsclub.com/Pampam@myboysandgirlsclub.com(352) 224-50441100 SE 17th Drive Gainesville, FL, 32608On File with UF
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Bread of the Mighty Food BankNonprofitCommunityYESBMFB functions by acquiring, storing, and distributing food and basic essentials via the support of 130 plus agency partners and more than 800 community volunteers. These agencies include soup kitchens, food pantries, and shelters.Gainesville, FLwww.breadofthemighty.orgColleen Baker(352) 336- 0839325 NW 10th Ave PO Box 5086 Gainesville, FL 32627On file with UF/FYCS No Expiration
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Bronson Elementary SchoolEducationEarly ChildhoodNOBronson, FLhttp://bes.levyschools.org/r/(352) 486-5281400 Ishie Avenue, Bronson, FL 32621ExpiredBackground Check
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Buchholz High School EducationAdolescenceNOGainesville, FLhttp://buchholz.sbac.edu/pages/BHS0431Leigh Larson(352) 955-67025510 NW 27th Ave Gainesville, FL32606ExpiredBackground Check
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Builders Association of North Central FloridaProgram SupportCommunityNOThe Builders Association of North Central Florida represents the residential and commercial building industry, provides services for all members, and supports the freedom to operate as entrepreneurs in an open and competitive environment. BANCF is committed to maintaining the highest standards of quality, integrity, and professionalism within the building industry, while promoting the creation of desirable communities and the American Dream of home ownershipGainesville, FLwww.Bancf.com(352) 372-56492217 NW 66 Ct Gainesville, FL 32653Expired
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Caleb's Pitch @UF HealthYESCaleb’s Pitch is a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating memorable experiences and enhancing the quality of life for children and families confronting serious childhood illnesses. Caleb’s Pitch aims to share the story of Caleb Jacobbe as an inspiration to othersGainesville, FLhttp://calebspitch.org/Gina Rivera(352) 215-5440PO Box 357902 Gainesville FL 32635Expired
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Camp Boggy CreekSummer CampCommunityYESWelcome to Camp Boggy Creek. A place of dreams, of joy, of possibilities. A camp where children with serious illnesses and their families can forget the word “no” for a little while and embrace the promise of “yes”Eustis, FLwww.boggycreek.orgJune Clarkjclark@campboggycreek.org info@campboggycreek.org(352)483-4200 ext 29330500 Brantley branch Rd Eustis, FL 32736On file with UFBackgound Check
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Camp CrestridgeSummer CampFaith-BasedYESIn 1955, Camp Crestridge for Girls was
founded with one purpose in mind: to develop girls physically, mentally,
socially, and spiritually. Today, our focus remains the same:
honoring Christ in all that we do, having a great time while doing it,
and providing a camp program of excellence. The Crestridge program
challenges campers in many ways through relationships, activities, and
spiritual direction
Ridgecrest, NChttp://ridgecrestcamps.com/girls/Sharon Aylestocksharon@ridgecrestcamps.com(800) 968-1630PO Box 279 Ridgecrest, NC 28770Expired
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Camp Crystal LakeSummer CampCommunityNO?Camp Crystal Lake, affectionately known as CCL, was established in 1948 as a traditional residential summer camp for the children of Alachua County. CCL continues to serve the children of Alachua County through its Outdoor Education program during the school year and its widely popular summer camp, which is open to children from all areas, during the months of June, July and August. The camp’s beautiful, rustic facilities are also available to rent on weekends from September through AprilKeystone Heights, FLcampcrystal.comScott Burtoncrystal@gm.sbac.edu(855) 651-22676724 Camp Crystal RdExpires 4-21-2015
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Camp Hope- Hope in Christ Community MinistryYESRev. Mary M. Jacksonamirjonna@windstream.net(352) 363-0649P.O. Box 851 Waldo, FL 32694Expires 4-28-2014
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Camp Interlaken JCCSummer CampFaith-BasedNOLocated on 106 magnificent acres near Eagle River, WI, in the breathtaking north woods, The Steve and Shari Sadek Family Camp Interlaken JCC offers a complete residential camping experience for Jewish children from around the world. Our balanced program gives each camper the opportunity to develop his or her own skills, build self esteem, and learn Jewish values within a safe, fun, and caring environment. We help children learn the life skills important to being a member of a Kehillah (community).Eagle River, WIhttp://www.campinterlaken.orgToni Davison Levenbergtdavison@jccmilwaukee.org(715) 479-80307050 Old Hwy 70 Eagle River, WI 54521Expired
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Career Source - Formerly Florida WorksEducationCommunityYESCareerSource North Central Florida offers a variety of programs for job seekers, from youth to seniors, from entrepreneurship training to gaining on-the-job experience. For detailed information on our programs, visit the pages below or to the leftGainesville, FLhttp://careersourcencfl.com/(352) 955-22454800 SW 13th St Gainesville, FL 32608Expired
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Caring and Sharing Learning SchoolEducationCommunityNOCaring and Sharing Learning School’s vision is to provide the best academic and personal education for students in an environment which promotes achievement, personal excellence and a sense of pride. Students will leave Caring and Sharing Learning School and become positive school and community leaders in the global economy. To assist in achieving our mission and vision, Caring and Sharing Learning School utilizes the following components in the implementation of the curriculum: 1) Data driven instructional program, 2) Differentiated instruction, 3) High student expectation, 4) Extended learning time, and 5) Parent and community-based organization volunteersGainesville, FLhttp://www.caringandsharingschool.comVerna Johnson1951 SE 4th Street Gainesville FL, 32641Expired
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Caring Hands Animal HospitalNOJen Riley703-830-5700On file with UF
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Catholic Charities BureauFaith- BasedCommunityYESThe mission of Catholic Charities is to provide 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 ChristGainesville, FLwww.Catholiccharitiesgainesville.orgJohn C. Barlijbarli@catholiccharitiesgainesville.org(352) 372- 0294 ext 1341717 NE 9th St Bldg A Gainesville, FL 32609On File with UFVolunteer Select
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CBT Pinellas, LLCNOLargo, FLwww.cbtpinellas.comBeth Lewisbeth@cbtpinellas.com727-463-193811380 66th North Suite 135, Largo, FL 33773On file with UF
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CDS Family & Behavioral Health Services, INc.Social ServicesCommunityYES While CDS’s many individual programs serve a wide variety of community needs, they all fall under the umbrella of the organization’s mission statement, “Strengthening Communities by Building Strong Families.” The three main programs areas include: Youth Shelters, Counseling, and Prevention.Gainesville, FLWww.cdsfl.orgRahda Selvesterrahda_selvester@cdsfl.org(352)244-06283615 SW 13th St, Suite 4 Gainesville, FL 32608on file w. UFBackground checkVolunteer Select
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CDS Interface Youth Program YouthCommunityYESThe Interface residential program is voluntary for youth age 10-17. Youth stay in the shelter for a night or two in emergency situations or can stay 3-5 weeks to work on developing skills needed for success in the future. Occasionally, youth stay longer if necessary. Some residents are homeless or have run away from home. Some have issues related to cutting school or belligerent behaviors. Others just need a break from parents or caregivers. Shelter residents work with counselors to determine an appropriate long-term living arrangement for them when they leave the shelter.Gainesville, FLhttp://www.cdsfl.org/youth/interface-youth-program-shelters/Radha Selvesterradha_selvester@cdsfl.org(352) 244-06281400 NW 29th Rd Gainesville, FL 32605On file with UFBackground Check
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Center for Independent LivingCommunityYESIndependent Living empowers people with disabilities to exert their individual rights to live as independently as possible, make personal life choices and achieve full community inclusion. The Center for Independent Living of North Central Florida is an established community disability resource center operated by people with disabilities and serving North Central Florida for over 30 years. We deliver high quality programs and services that enhance quality of life and increase levels of personal independence.Gainesville, FLWww.cilncf.org(352)378-747422 SW 36th Ter Gainesville, FL 32607Expired
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Central Avenue ElementaryEducationEarly ChildhoodNOThe Osceola School District's OASIS School Volunteer Program provides the opportunity for parents, businesses, and the community to enrich the education of students. As a registered volunteer, you will join over 17,000 Osceola County residents from all walks of life who willingly share their time and talents in our schools in a variety of ways. Volunteers are a vital part of the educational system in our county, and are indeed making a difference for students. Kissimmee, FLhttp://www.caes.osceola.k12.fl.us/SitePages/Home.aspxJanice Hope(407) 343-7330500 W Columbia Ave Kissimmee FL 34741Expires 3-4-2015Background CheckTakes about 3 weeks
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Charles W. Duval Elementary SchoolEducationEarly ChildhoodNOhttp://duval.sbac.edu/pages/DUV0021\(352)955-67032106 NE 8th Ave Gainesville, FL 32641Expired
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Chartered Property and Casualty Underwriter SocietyLeadershipBusinessNOThe CPCU Society is committed to providing resources, educational programs and North Central Florida CPCU Society Chapter, Inc. leadership opportunities that attract talent and enable individuals to expand their technical insurance skills and business capabilities in order to improve the overall performance of the insurance industry while adhering to the highest ethical standards. NAWww.cpcusociety.org(352) 333-1742NAExpired
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Child Advocacy CenterAdvocacyChildren/YouthNOThe Child Advocacy Center in Gainesville provides a child friendly, safe and supportive environment for abused and neglected children. The Center is a place where professionals – social workers, counselors, law enforcement officers, state attorneys, victim advocates, medical professionals and others – work as a team to coordinate investigations and interventions for each child abuse case. This collaboration expedites each child's time in the legal system and ensures that children are not re-victimized by the system and that they and their families are provided the support and services needed.Gainesville, FLWww.childadvocacycentergainesville.orgSherry Kitchenssherry@cacgainesville.org(352) 376-9161On file with UFBackground CheckVolunteer Select
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Child Protection Team Victim AdvocacyChildren/YouthNOTo promote the safety and well being of Florida’s children by providing medically led multidisciplinary assessment services for children suspected of being abused or neglectedGainesville, FLhttp://cpt.pediatrics.med.ufl.edu/(352)334-13301699 SW 16th Avenue, Gainesville, FL. 32608-1173Expired
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Childhood Development ServicesEducationChildren/YouthYEShttp://discovercds.org/Brandi Cooney(352) 629-00551601 NE 25th Ave Suite 900 Ocala FL 34470Expired
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Children's Home Society Family Visitation CenterYESGainesville, FLchsfl.org352-334-08801409 NW 36 Place Gainesville, FL 32605On file with UF/FYCS No Expiration
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Children's Home Society of FloridaAdvocacyChildren/YouthYESEstablished in 1902, Children's Home Society of Florida (CHS) is one of Florida's oldest statewide child advocacy non-profits and has provided over 100 years of social services to children and families. Started as an adoption agency, CHS's mission of "Embracing Children. Inspring Lives." has grown into a deep commitment to break the tragic cycle of child abuse and neglectGainesville, FLwww.chsfl.org/midfloridaMeghan Davesmeghan.daves@chsfl.org(352)334-0955711 NW 1st Street Gainesville, FL 32601On file with UF/FYCS No Expiration
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Christian Family ServicesHealth EducationCommunityYESChristian Family Services is a licensed Nonprofit counseling center that serves women facing an unplanned pregnancy. CFS has worked with women in need since 1978 throughout Central and North Florida. On average, we minister to more than 100 women annually who have experienced an unplanned pregnancyGainesville, FLhttp://www.christianfamilyservices.com/about-us.aspxDonna Brookerdonnab@cfsfl.org(800) 226-23672720 SW 2nd Ave Gainesville, FL 32607On file with UF/FYCS No Expiration
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Christians Concerned for the CommunityFaith-BasedCommunityYESChristians Concerned for the Community is a 501(C)(3) tax-deductible charitable nonprofit affiliated with the Christian Community Development Association. Our philosophy is guided by the eight principles of Christian Community Development: Relocation, Reconsideration, Redistribution, Leadership Development, Felt Need Concept, Church-Based, Wholistic Approach, and Empowerment. Christians Concerned for the Community focuses on empowering our neighbors in crisis, neighbors who are seniors, and neighbors who have medical disabilities.  Gainesville, FLcccgainesville.orgDan Cloverdan@cccgainesville.org(352) 371-17681903 NW 35th Ave PO BOX 14582 Gainesville, FL 32604Expired
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Citrus County Parks and RecreationCommunityNOLecanto, FLhttp://citruscountyparks.com/Crysta Henrycrysta.henry@bocc.citrus.fl.us(352) 527-75402804 W Mark Knighton Ct, Lecanto, FL 34461Expired
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City of Gainesville Mayor's OfficeNOGainesville Housing AuthorityGainesville, FLPam Davispamelad@gnvha.org(352) 872-5500200 E University Ave Gainesville FLExpired
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City of Newberry Park and Recreation-Child Development ProgramCommunityChildren/YouthNONewberry, FLci.newberry.fl.usAshley Austin(352) 472-5663 ext.14724880 NW 16th Ave Newberry FL 32669On file with UF/FYCS No Expiration
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Civic Media CenterYESIf you have realized that the news you get from the mainstream media isn't really comprehensive or even truthful, and that a lot of news and views are filtered out of mainstream media outlets, libraries, and thus, public debate, then you've found a home. We are one of the few alternative libraries in the U.S.
We carry over fifteen thousand books, journals, zines, videos and audio recordings, newspapers and magazines by independent, non-corporate media on a wide variety of subjects. The CMC is an independent non-profit organization supported by memberships and donations, and the hard work of many volunteers.
Numerous progressive and radical community groups in Gainesville, Florida use the Center as a meeting place and venue for events, and make regular donations as well
Gainesville, FLhttp://www.civicmediacenter.org/Nailah Summersnailah@civicmediacenter.org(352)-373-0010433 S. Main St.
Gainesville, FL
Expires 9/23/15
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Clayton King Ministries Summer CampSummer CampFaith-BasedYESCrossroads Summer Camps have been the heart and soul of our ministry for over 18 years. Each summer, churches that we've built relationships with throughout the year come together to celebrate the Gospel as a family. Shelby, NChttp://www.claytonking.com/summercamp/Justin Brockjustin@claytonkingministries.com(704) 434-2920307-A E College Ave Shelby, NC 28152Expired
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Clear Choice Health CaresHealthcareNOIntegrity and compassion are at the forefront of our operations. At Clear Choice Health Care, we operate within a customer focused delivery system. We understand that in order to reach the optimal results, we must understand the individuality of each customer, not just their medical and rehabilitative needs. We are dedicated to identifying and serving the needs of our communities. We consider our employees to be partners in quality and understand that it is only through their compassionate hands that our vision can be realized. Melborne, FLhttp://clearchoicehc.com/Scott Corey705 S Harbor Center Blvd, Melborne, FL 32901Expired
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Climb for CancerNonprofitFundraising/FoundationYESThe Climb for Cancer Foundation is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization whose mission is to help ease the pain and suffering of those affected by cancer. Co-founded by Ron and Dianne Farb in 2002, our small Foundation has made a tangible impact on the lives of many people fighting the disease. The Foundation has funded or created several psycho-social programs which provide support to the patient and the family, funded research grants, and given kids an opportunity to attend cancer camps. The Foundation likes to think that its small gifts fill in the cracks left by organizations that make much larger gifts. Gainesville, FLwww.cfc-foundation.org(352) 333-96635745 SW 75 Street #317 Gainesville, FL 32608Expired
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College Reach Out ProgramEducationScholarshipsNOThe College Reach-out Program (CROP) is a statewide project designed to increase the number of students who successfully complete a postsecondary educationGainesville, FLhttp://education.ufl.edu/crop/B Welch(352)273-4366Norman Hall, UFNo expiration
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Community Foundation of North Central Florida YESGainesville, FLwww.cfncf.orgBarzella Papaoffice@cfncf.org352-367-00603919 W. Newberry Rd suite 3On file with UF/FYCS No Expiration
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Compassionate FriendsYESwww.compassionatefriends.org(352) 495-65854200 NW 90th Blvd Gainesville, FL 32607Expired
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Conference Catalysts, LLCNOGainesville, FLwww.conferencecatalysts.comChris Dyercdyer@conferencecatalysts.com352-872-55442155 NW 2nd Ave Gainesville, FL 32603On file with UF
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CPI HaitiInternationalChildren/YouthYEScpihaiti.orgJennie Ellisjensellis624@gmail.com(863) 860-5084530 Bonnie Dr, Lakeland, FL 33803Expired
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Created GainesvilleYESwww.createdwomen.comAlison Ungaroalison@createdwomen.com352-870-8481PO Box 6013 Gainesville, FL 32627On File with UF
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Dance Marathon @ UF/ Children's Miracle NetworkCommunityFundraisingYESDance Marathon at the University of Florida is an annual 26.2-hour event benefiting the patients of UF Health Shands Children's Hospital in Gainesville, Florida. Each year, more than 800 students stay awake and on their feet to raise money and awareness for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals. In the 20 years of Dance Marathon at UF's existence, more than $8 million has been donated, making it the most successful student-run philanthropy in the Southeastern United States. In 2014, DM at UF raised a grand total of $1,528,330.16 for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals at UF Health Shands Children's Hospital. Dance Marathon is celebrating its 21st birthday this upcoming year! Go Gators and FTK!Gainesville, FLhttp://www.floridadm.org/Jenna Baxterjbaxter@floridadm.org UF and Shands 100 Fletcher Ave Gainesville Fl 32611On File with UF
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Daniel's Dash FoundationYESDiana Brett954-336-1320On file with UF
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DEA Gainesville Resident Office Law EnforcementNOThe mission of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is to enforce the controlled substances laws and regulations of the United States and bring to the criminal and civil justice system of the United States, or any other competent jurisdiction, those organizations and principal members of organizations, involved in the growing, manufacture, or distribution of controlled substances appearing in or destined for illicit traffic in the United States; and to recommend and support non-enforcement programs aimed at reducing the availability of illicit controlled substances on the domestic and international markets. Gainesville, FLhttp://www.justice.gov/dea/index.shtmlRon Riddle(352) 371-2077235 S Main St Ste 202 Gainesville, FL 32601-6585Expired
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Deer Run Camps and RetreatsLeadership/RetreatCommunityYESBy creating unforgettable camp and retreat experiences for families, churches, ministries, schools, and community organizations, Deer Run seeks to lead individuals into a relationship with Christ or a more intimate relationship with Him to empower Christ followers to share the Good News, disciple other Christ followers, and inspire revival in their families, schools, churches, and communities.Station, TNdeerrunretreat.orgFred Reyesfredreyes@deerrunretreat.org(615) 794-51233845 Perkins Road Thompsons Station, TN 37179Expires 5-1-2015
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Dignity ProjectFundraisingCommunityYESThe Dignity Project Second Generation is a non-profit organization dedicated to encouraging self-sufficiancy to members of our community by helping fulfill transportation and computer needs. With the help of some generosity, the Dignity Project Second Generation provides job skills training to disadvantaged youth , while refurbrishing used cars and computers to donate, or sell for a low price, to those in need of them. The Dignity Project Second Generation is dedicated to restoring dignity to those members of our society who are struggling to survive. Gainesville, FLhttp://www.dignityproject2.org/(352) 371-67921125 SE 4th Street Gainesville Fl 32601Expired
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Disabled American VeteransCommunityVeterans AffairsYESDAV is the most long-lasting veterans advocacy and assistance group in this country. We’ve watched this country change and grow, and we’ve grown along with it. However, DAV has never wavered in its core mission to fulfill our country’s promises to the men and women who served. We invite everyone, veterans and civilian, men and women, young and old, to join us as we stand up for those veterans who risked it all when they stood up for us, our country, and our ideals.Gainesville, FLwww.dav.org(352) 331-09452015 SW 75th Street Gainesville, FL 32607Expired
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Divine Harmony FarmAnimalsCommunityNODivine Harmony Farm is a family owned facility, beautifully situated on 11 acres. We are located 6 miles west of Butler Plaza and I75 off Archer Road in Gainesville, Florida. We provide a high quality, full care, horse boarding facility with a passcode protected electronic gate and no climb fencing. Gainesville, FLhttp://divineharmonyfarm.com/index.htmlKatarina Campagnola352-246-8463 12005 SW 99th AveExpired
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Duval Extended Day Enrichment ProgramYouthAfterschool programYESThe EDEP is a non-profit after-school child care program for elementary age children who are enrolled in kindergarten through fifth grade, and is supported solely by parent fees and in-kind services from each school. The goal of the EDEP is to provide a safe and enriching program which supports the family, school, and community. It provides opportunities for children to develop socially, emotionally, and physically, within a warm and caring atmosphere.Gainesville, Flhttp://www.sbac.edu/pages/ACPS/Parents___Students/Resources/4921314653953041778Robin McClellon(352) 278- 01382106 NE 8th Ave Gainesville 32641Expired
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Eagle Lake CampsSummer CampCommunityYESEagle Lake summer camps in Colorado Springs offers a Christ-centered focus in a natural setting. Overnight camps offer adventure to ages 7-18, and day camps are packed with fun activities for ages 7-12. 2014 programs include: Overnight Camps: Residential Camps, Horse Camp, Excursions Camps and Crew Camps; Day Camp at Glen Eyrie, and multiple programs across the country through Eagle Lake On Location.Colorado Springs, COwww.eaglelakecamps.comBritt Cooper(719) 272-7453PO Box 6819, Colorado Springs, Colorado 80934Expires 5-1-15
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Early Learning Coalition of Alachua CountyEducationEarly ChildhoodNOELCAC provides enriching early learning opportunities for children from birth to five years old ensuring that children will begin school ready to learn. Through collaboration, our Coalition uses an integrated service system linking decision makers, families, early childhood educators, and business leaders together to make certain that all of the young children living in our community receive the care and enriching learning opportunities they need to succeed in school and later in life.Gainesville, FLwww.elcalachua.orgLynda Bowieinfo@elcalachua.org(352)375-4110 ext. 1314424 NW 13th Street A-5 Gainesville, FL 32609On file with UF/FYCS No Expiration Background CheckVolunteer Select
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Eastside High School I Gotcha Back Mentoring Program NOCommunity members mentoring Eastside High School studentsGainesville, FLhttp://eastside.sbac.edu/pages/EHS0421Wendy Rocheeastsidementoring@gmail.com(561)-632-06441201 se 43rd streeet, gainesville, flOn File with UFBackground Check
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EDEP- School Board of Alachua County Volunteer ProgramYESAnn Griffin955-6719On File with UF
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Elder OptionsEducationOlder AdultsYESElder Options envisions communities where elders are respected for their wisdom, informed and supported in their choices, and live with health, security and dignity. Its mission is to ensure that older adults have a trusted and unbiased place to turn for information, resources and assistance that meets their unique needs and enhances their quality of life. We advocate for and cooperatively work with communities to strengthen support systems and create new and innovative service options that focus on personal choice and independence.Gainesville, FLwww.agingresources.orgBetty Flaggflaggb@agingresources.org(352) 378-66495700 SW 34th Street Suite 222 Gainesville, FL 32608ExpiredBackground CheckVolunteer Select
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ElderCare of Alachua CountyHealthcareOlder AdultsYESThe Mission of ElderCare of Alachua County is to be an advocate for the elderly and provide services that will build capacity, maximize independence, and enrich the quality of life for the seniors in Alachua County and north central FloridaGainesville, FLhttp://eldercare.ufhealth.org/about-eldercare/Andrea Godman(352) 265-90404026 NW 22nd Dr Gainesville, FL 32605No expirationBackground CheckVolunteer Select
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Epilepsy Foundation Of Florida- NCF RegionHealthcareCommunityNOThe Epilepsy Foundation of Florida (EFOF) leads the fight to stop seizures, find a cure and overcome challenges created by epilepsyGainesville, FLhttp://www.efof.org/(352) 378-43241000 NW 8th Ave Suite A Gainesville FL 32601On file with UF/FYCS No Expiration
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Equal Access ClinicNonprofit/CommunityHealthcareYESThe Equal Access Clinic is a network of student-run free clinics that strives to: "Provide Quality Comprehensive Healthcare For All".Our vision is to improve the physical, mental and social well-being of all, by enhancing access to high-quality, comprehensive, patient-centered care and by facilitating community-level action.Gainesville, FLequalaccess.med.ufl.eduequalaccessclinic@gmail.com (352) 273-8614.Address variesExpired
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Family Promise (Formerly Interfaith Hospitality Network)Faith-basedYouth and FamiliesYESThrough the collaborations of local faith communities, Family Promise of Gainesville provides homeless children and their families with compassionate care that includes case management, education, housing, meals and transportation until they can transition to a home of their own.Gainesville, FLwww.ihngvl.orgJayne Moraski (352) 378-2030P O Box 5189, Gainesville, FLExpired
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Family Promise of Greater OrlandoCommunityYESOur mission is to help homeless and low-income families achieve sustainable independence. We accomplish our work through
independent Affiliates in 41 states (and counting). We work community-by-community, guided by experts . . . the people who live
there and know it best. At the heart of each Affiliate is an Interfaith Hospitality Network (IHN). The IHN marshals existing local resources to
provide for homeless families as they work to get back on their feet. These resources include available congregational spaces, donated goods,
and - most importantly - volunteers.
Orlando, FLfamilypromise.orgDenise Williams(407) 731-32542313 1/2 North Orange Ave Orlando FLOn file with UF/FYCS No Expiration
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