Formerly United Cerebral Palsy of Tampa Bay, Inc, guides and assists individuals with disabilities. Provides preschool programming focused on a child’s cognitive, language, physical, social, and emotional development.
A transitional home and jail ministry providing practical assistance to those in need through transition, education, mentorship and housing for the homeless. A place of Spiritual, Emotional and Practical Development.
A city wide program that enables citizens to lend a helping hand to low-income, elderly citizens in our community.
Founded in 1935 and supported by American Legion Post #147, this program allows students to actually participate in local, county, and state government. Some Boys State Florida participants will go on to Boy's Nation.
Provides advocacy and resources for families with special needs children. Free developmental screenings from birth to age five monitor milestones and identify potential delays. Also supports children at risk of losing placement in Pre-K due to behavioral challenges.
Provides the State of Florida with mobile audiology units to provide free hearing screenings and evaluations, discount hearing aids, audiology services, and free amplified phones to Florida residents.
American Legion sends two boys each year to Boys State, one of the most respected and selective educational programs of government instruction for U.S. high school students.
This Sertoma-supported organization provides a summer camp specifically for hearing-impaired youth.
Skip-a-Lunch, Feed-a-Bunch is an internal fundraiser where members skip a lunch and use the money to feed needy families at Christmas time.
The mission of Trinity Cafe is to restore a sense of dignity to the homeless and hungry while serving a nutritious meal with acceptance, compassion, love and respect.