The Edna W. Runner tutorial center is a provider of after school, winter break, spring break and summer camp services for children in grades K-8 in Jupiter, FL. Their objective is to provide educational support, increase grade point average and self-esteem. They help students develop interests, skill and knowledge in a variety of areas all within a safe, warm and nurturing environment. Visit http://ewrunnerctr.org/ for more information about this wonderful organization.
The Achievement Centers for Children & Families is a community-based organization dedicated to serving low-income children and families. They provide childcare and academic opportunities to low-income children in southern Palm Beach County. Their services meet critical needs: affordable toddler, preschool, afterschool and summer programs to families living below the poverty line. Visit http://www.achievementcentersfl.org/ to learn more about their incredible work.
In October of 2000, The Alliance for Eating Disorders Awareness was created as a source of community outreach, education, awareness, and prevention of the various eating disorders. It also advocates for change in eating disorders legislation. Since its inception, The Alliance has offered presentations on eating disorders and their prevention to more than 140,000 individuals.
St. George’s serves approximately 2000 meals weekly to indigent and homeless persons and their families in the West Palm Beach area. The St. George’s Center incorporated as a not-for-profit corporation in February of 1998. In addition to the meals program, St. George’s also offers an after school program, job assistance program, and a clothing program.
J.A.Y. Ministries was established as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization in Riviera Beach, Florida in 1993. To fulfill its mission of “recovering lives, restoring families and revitalizing neighborhoods affected by drug and alcohol addiction,” numerous outreach initiatives have developed. Their Food and Pantry Program serves hot meals at four locations in northern Palm Beach County. Additionally, J.A.Y. provides emergency food baskets for hungry individuals and families. Food products are collected, processed and distributed by men participating in the J.A.Y.’s Residential Recovery Program and provides an avenue for men to “give back” to the community.
Furry Friends Adoption, Clinic & Ranch is a 501(c)(3) not for profit, no kill rescue organization headquartered in Maplewood Plaza in Jupiter Florida. In addition, there is a 27 acre ranch located in Palm City. The ranch is home to approximately 30 dogs, 70 cats, and 4 horses, most of which are available for adoption.Furry Friends is proud that five of its shelter dogs are currently enrolled or have graduated from service dog training with Canines Aiding Military Veterans Organization. Furry Friends Adoption, Clinic & Ranch has been rescuing, rehabilitating, and finding homes for animals in our community for more than 30 years. For more information.
Southeastern Guide Dogs, Inc. is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to create and nurture a partnership between a visually impaired individual and a guide dog, facilitating life’s journey with mobility, independence and dignity. Their school has provided guide dogs to people with visual impairments for more than 30 years (since 1982). Southeastern Guide Dogs is accredited by the International Guide Dog Federation in Reading, England and is a member of the Council of U.S. Dog Guide Schools.This is a photo of Luna, the dog that your funds have helped to sponsor. Our contact at Southeastern Guide Dogs wrote, “As you look at Luna’s picture, we hope that it reminds you of how your donation helps transform a cuddly puppy into a highly trained guide dog, poised and ready for a life-changing career. You can be sure that your contribution is making a powerful difference in the life of a deserving individual. So thank you once again for this generous gift in honor of your daughter Zoe.”To learn more about this wonderful organization please visit.