The Suncoast Yoga Teacher's Association (SYTA) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that works to promote and improve the quality of yoga being taught in the Tampa Bay area. We offer classes and workshops to help teachers improve their skills and increase their knowledge of yoga.
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(Sunrise) is a full-service domestic violence and sexual assault center providing a safe place for victims to heal and to plan their future. Established in 1982, our private, non-profit organization provides a wide range of services to help victims and their children survive the aftermath of abuse and to move towards safe and enriching lives. Administrative Telephone: (352)521-3358 * Hotline: (352) 521-3120 * Sexual Assault Toll Free Hotline (West & Central Pasco): 1-888-668-RAPE (7273)
Sunshine Foundation is the original wish granting organization for seriously ill, physically challenged and abused children. We make dreams come true every day for children who few tomorrows, but we need your help! Sunshine Foundation currently has close to 200 children on our waiting list that are anticipating their dreams come true. These dreams can be anything from a personal computer to a family trip to Disney World and Sunshine has been there since 1976 making sure they happen. Find out how you can give a seriously ill child something to look forward to through our adopt-a-dream program, please visit www.sunshinefoundation.org, or call 800-457-1976. Their dreams can be your opportunity. CONTACT: GAIL DILLON 800-457-1976 or 863-424-4188
Suntan is a 501(c)(3)non-profit organization offering classes, exhibits, and networking for the artists. Created over 40 years ago, Suntan supports the arts and community of St. Pete Beach and the Tampa Bay region. The center offers support and assistance to the beginning artist as well as the professional. Media supported include watercolor, acrylic, oils, photography, fused glass, and clay.
Sustainable Urban Agriculture Coalition (SUAC)
Sustainable Urban Agriculture Coalition (SUAC) is a group of volunteers who facilitate the creation of gardens to increase accessibility to locally grown, healthy produce. Our members provide mentoring, information, materials, seedlings and other resources to groups and individuals who wish to get involved with urban agriculture. Whether you want to create a community garden, school garden, food forest, special project, urban farm, CSA, farmer's market, Co-op or garden in your own yard, we will be happy to help! We meet the first Monday of each month at 7 PM in a public location somewhere in the area. Meetings are free and everyone is welcome. These Community Gatherings include guest speakers, videos, presentations, group discussions, garden and farm tours, and more. Check for our notices, get on our email list or contact us for further information! On the third Friday of each month at 1 PM we have organizing meetings, involving our Working Groups, usually held at the St. Pete Chamber of Commerce. VISION: We are a thriving and harmonious community producing our own food. MISSION: We facilitate the creation of gardens to increase accessibility to locally grown, healthy produce. OBJECTIVES: We support institutions, organizations, associations and individuals engaged in sustainable urban agriculture to: - utilize vacant and underused public and private land for food production, - transform under-utilized resources and waste products into community assets and abundance for all, - provide gardening educational opportunities and growing space, - stimulate social and inter-generational relations of our residents, - create new sources of green income and foster new economic activity in the production, transformation and distribution of locally produced food, - improve the general health of the community by making fresh local produce available throughout the area, with special attention to under-served neighborhoods
Sweetwater Organic Community Farm was established in 1995 as a nonprofit community-supported urban organic farm and environmental education center in Tampa, Florida. We have several programs including a Community Support Agriculture (CSA) membership program, educational field trips, volunteer opportunities, Sunday Farmers' Market and music series, events and workshop series. Please visit our website for more information or e-mail Kaitlin Hennessy, Program Coordinator at email@example.com
Synapse House is a community day program whose goal is to assist persons with brain injury and stroke in their rehabilitation process. We recognize that a person with brain injury or stroke may require long term support months, even years after their injury. We can provide this assistance. Family and caregiver training and support will also be available.
Synergy offers HIV & STI testing to the community, Mon - Thurs (most weeks). The HIV is currently the rapid result blood test (15 minutes). Call Darlene at 813-626-4926 ext 203 or stop by and see her or Brien to get the answer to that difficult question.
The Tampa Bay Children's Chorus is dedicated to providing outstanding music education and enrichment opportunities for children in grades 3-12. Through the study and performance of quality music literature, our program allows children to develop poise, confidence, and musical artistry through participation in the fine arts. The Tampa Bay Children's Chorus performs two annual concerts at the Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center, as well as many performances throughout the community during the season. For more information, please call 813-977-5558 or visit www.TBCChorus.org.
Tampa Bay Community Network is a service of Speak Up Tampa Bay, a 501c3 non-profit organization. TBCN's award-winning staff produces ten community-oriented series, public service announcements and video productions of all types. The organization provides video production services, training, studios, edit suites and the equipment and production crew needed for individuals and non-profits to get their messages out on the Internet and local cable television. Viewers can find TBCN programs on Verizon cable channels 30 and 36, Bright House Networks channels 949 and 950 and Comcast channel 20 â as well as via watchus.tbcn.org
Our Mission - A food recovery and transportation charity operating in the Tampa Bay, Florida area. The organization's mission statement is: "Working to end hunger in our community " Contact us at: Voice Mail 727-538-7777 Line 1
The Tampa Bay Orchid Society is an affiliate of the American Orchid Society and was established in 1981. Our goal is to promote the interest, education, culture, conservation, and artistic use of orchids. The public is invited to attend our monthly meetings, member education series, our guest speaker programs, field trips, and orchid shows.
Mission Statement: To expiate stigmatic guilt and proglimate eternal joy! In short, "No more guilt". The Sisters assist local non-profits to raise awareness for HIV and AIDS. The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence has been in existence since 1979 and are a world-wide Order. You may see the Sisters ministering to the masses, homeless & All Those in need in the Greater St Petersburg and Tampa Bay Area (including WMNF raffles or front desk!).
TBTF is a 501(c) non-profit membership association committed to connecting and growing the technology community in Tampa Bay. We do this through: events, education, networking, advocacy and philanthropy programs. We are a catalyst for the inspiration and leadership that is transforming our region into a world-class center for technology entrepreneurship, business innovation and educational excellence. Currently the TBTF Foundation is working feverishly with the at-risk youth in our community to give them opportunities within the world of technology and to bridge what has become known as the "digital divide.â Working with such incredible organizations like the Boys and Girls Clubs of America, Junior Achievement and the Education Foundations of Hillsborough and Pinellas County, the Foundation has already made great strides in bridging this gap. Through donations of both money and time, our members have outfitted computer labs in our area Boys and Girls clubs, and awarded over forty college or vocational school scholarships to at-risk kids interested in pursuing careers in STEM. Our mentoring program has matched up kids with local area business leaders who work with them to understand the connections between academic success and their future career paths.
A non-profit environmental stewardship program for the Tampa Bay estuary, devoted exclusively to the scientific and charitable purpose of monitoring, restoring and protecting the marine and wetland environments of the bay. Incorporated in 1993, Tampa Bay Watch performs habitat restoration and protection activities throughout the year, relying heavily on the efforts of community volunteers. Our programs seek to build citizen awareness, concern and participation through educational outreach. Tampa Bay Watch has proven highly effective in mobilizing the Tampa Bay community to participate in restoration and protection activities. So far, more than 75,000 volunteers have joined forces with Tampa Bay Watch to help the bay recover from its devastating environmental problems. Individuals from community groups, scout troops, public and private schools and other associations have participated in salt marsh plantings, oyster reef construction projects, seagrass transplanting, storm drain markings, coastal cleanups and wildlife rescue demonstrating environmental activism in its purest form.
Tampa Family Health Centers (TFHC) is a not-for-profit organization that has been providing quality and affordable primary health care to residents of Hillsborough County since 1984. Focusing on comprehensive services that include internal medicine, pediatric care, family practice, and OB/GYN services, TFHC operates 12 health care facilities, as well as a mobile medical van and a mobile dental van. For more information, please visit the website by clicking on "Tampa Family Health Centers".
At the Tampa Metropolitan Area YMCA, strengthening the Tampa community is our cause. We believe lasting personal and social change only comes about when we all work together to invest in our kids, our health and our neighbors. From childcare and sports to teen mentoring and healthy cooking courses, the Y ensures every individual â regardless of age, income or background â has access to the essentials needed to learn, grow and thrive.
Tampa's Historic Downtown Theatre - Concerts, Movies & more!
A Florida 501(c)3 non-profit organization serving Pasco, Pinellas, Hernando & Hillsborough Counties to rescue and re-home unwanted cats and kittens. Helping one cat at a time find a loving home.
Nonprofit that gathers, recycles, and distributes school supplies for free to teachers and kids in need.
The American Lung Association is the leading organization dedicated to saving lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease through education, advocacy and research.
The Circle of Friends of the Gulfport Library is a non-profit organization established to enhance the development of library services by fostering community support for literacy and learning. Currently the Book Shop is open and just teeming with books at great prices. There are new arrivals every day. Library hours are Monday through Friday from 10am until 7pm and Saturday from 10am until 4pm
The Florida Orchestra enriches the life of the Tampa Bay area as it inspires, entertains and educates a wide and diverse audience with the unique experience of live symphonic music, ensuring that future generations will continue to enjoy this legacy that so magnificently celebrates the human spirit. Administration: (727) 892-3331 Fax: (727) 892-3338 The Florida Orchestra Ticket Center (727) 892-3337 or 800-662-7286 Fax: (727) 820-8617 firstname.lastname@example.org Ticket Center Hours: Monday through Friday 9-5pm.
~ We invite you to join us at one of our monthly meetings to exchange information and experiences in a casual and friendly atmosphere. *** Meetings are held the second Thursday of every month, currently at the Shrine of the Master Church, Davis Hall, 2710 Browning St., Sarasota, FL 34237. *** The purpose of the club is to: Â¨ Educate the public and membership on the care and keeping of exotic caged birds. Â¨ Encourage an interest in and appreciation for exotic birds. Â¨ Bring together bird fanciers of all kinds. Â¨ Protect and care for all areas of aviculture including birdsâ natural habitats and environments. Â¨ To enhance the science of aviculture. Â¨ Mutually assist one another in maintaining healthy birds. Â¨ Rescue and adoption of exotic birds
Founded in 1990 by Sister Anne Dougherty of the Franciscan Sisters of Allegheny, Francis House has been providing support services to the Tampa Bay HIV/AIDS community for almost twenty years. Our mission is to respond with compassion and justice to the spiritual, emotional, educational and physical well being of individuals and families infected, affected and at-risk for HIV/AIDS.
The Gluten-Free for Life Expo, Inc. is a Florida based Non-Profit dedicated to the support and education of individuals and families living and coping with Celiac Disease and Gluten-Intolerance. The Gluten-Free in Florida Support Group meets monthly in Largo, Florida. And the Gluten-Free for Life Expo is an annual event held each March in St. Petersburg, Florida. Both events are open to the public. ~ FaceBook: http://www.facebook.com/glutenfree.inflorida ~ Meeting: 4th Saturday of every month except December at Imperial Palms, East Clubhouse
GMSCF's mission is to financially help support and enhance programs and services offered at and through the Gulfport Senior Center. The Center serves residents year round from Gulfport, St. Petersburg, Pasadena, the Beaches, and elsewhere. It provides a safe, secure, and mentally/physically stimulating environment for learning and socialization. Fundraising for the Senior Center is to ensure its on-going present services and to develop new recreational, social and health related programs. The Center's activities benefit not only the Center's participants, but also their loved ones, and families through being a widely used community resource. The Foundation guarantees that 100% of donation is used to fund the Foundation..