Community Outreach Opportunities
Habijax (Habitat for Humanity)
The mission of Habijax is to make a greater impact on the revitalization of Jacksonville neighborhoods.
The Sulzbacher Center’s mission is to empower homeless and at risk women, children and men through health, housing and income servives thereby restoring hope and self-sufficiency.
Jacksonville Humane Society
The Jacksonville Humane Society provides care, comfort and compassion to animals in need while engaging the hearts, hands and minds of our community to bring about an end to the killing of abandoned and orphaned shelter animals.
Rethreaded is a social entrepreneurship with a mission to break the cycle of the sex trade by offering viable and creative work to those affected by drug addiction and the sex trade. You can help by donating cotton t-shirts and fabric samples from your design libraries.
Donations are accepted at: 820 Barnett St, Jacksonville, FL 32209
ARC Jacksonville is an organization with a mission to serve Jacksonville’s citizens with intellectual and developmental disabilities achieve their full potential to participate in community life. Services are provided at three main locations and five group homes throughout Jacksonville and a college program on the University of North Florida campus.
Habitat for Humanity
Opportunities for volunteers at Big Bend Habitat for Humanity range from assisting our construction crew with work on Habitat builds to Administrative assignments to assisting with program operations. While some opportunities are great for gaining experience in a nonprofit setting, others draw on the expertise of seasoned professionals or retirees who have specific skills to donate. We welcome and appreciate all volunteers. We encourage all interested volunteers to visit www.hfhvolunteerinsurance.com to find out what can be expected on the Habitat build sites and on-site safety procedures.
The Tallashassee Senior Center
The Tallahassee Senior Center depends on its 450 plus volunteers to offer an outstanding number, variety and quality of programs and services. Their time and talents are matched with opportunities to serve in ways such as greeting newcomers, directing callers, coordinating programs, teaching classes, fundraising, providing health screenings, maintaining the leisure library, serving lunch, helping with data entry and other administrative duties, and serving on advisory boards.
The Ronald McDonald House
Help your local Ronald McDonald House provide comfort to the families of ill children by helping with all aspects of operations. Volunteers help the staff by preparing meals, answering phones, cleaning, house maintenance, decorating for holidays, event planning and many other supportive roles.
Volunteers are needed seven days per week from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. for a variety of tasks. Contact us to see how you can help Tallahassee’s Ronald McDonald House better the lives of our families.
Alaqua Animal Refuge
Alaqua Animal Refuge believes that every abused, neglected and homeless animal deserves a second chance. This private, nonprofit animal sanctuary is committed to serving the Emerald Coast as: the premier no-kill refuge, providing protection, shelter and care to animals in need; a full-service animal adoption center; and a peaceful, proactive animal welfare advocate through educational outreach and community programs.
Shelter House Domestic & Sexual Violence Center
Shelter House is a non-profit center serving domestic and sexual violence victims and survivors in Okaloosa and Walton counties.
Ronald McDonald House of Northwest Florida
This Ronald McDonald House program provides a “home-away-from-home” for families so they can stay close by their hospitalized child at little or no cost.