Matthews Hope Ministries
Matthewâs Hope, based in Winter Garden, is a fully Independent 501(c)3 Non-Profit Homeless Outreach. The Local Community including over 50 Churches, Civic Organizations, and area Businesses in partnership with one another provides 100% of our funding and support. It all began with a "Freeze Warning" Shelter offering the homeless a place to escape the cold when temperatures dropped to dangerous lows. This Outreach has now expanded to offer many services to the Homeless Men, Women & Children of West Orange County. These services include everything from Showers, Haircuts and Laundry, to Medical, Dental, Optical and Mental Health Care assistance. The Volunteers of Matthewâs Hope help connect our structurally challenged friends with various resources and services, such as Food Stamps, Florida IDâs, Birth Certificates, Social Security and VA Benefits. Matthew's Hope also provides Clothing, Shoes, Tents, Sleeping Bags, Bikes, Hygiene Products, Emergency Shelter, Groceries and much more.
McDowell Sonoran Conservancy
The McDowell Sonoran Conservancy champions the completion and sustainability of the McDowell Sonoran Preserve for the benefit of this and future generations. We connect the community to the Preserve through public and private partnerships, environmental education and stewardship.
Meals on Wheels of Greenville Inc.
Meals on Wheels of Greenville delivers a hot, nutritious meal to homebound individuals each weekday. Each day approximately 1,500 meals are delivered to those in need by a caring volunteer who also checks on the well-being of the clients we serve.
Meals on Wheels of the Salinas Valley Inc.
At Meals on Wheels of the Salinas Valley, we believe that no senior should go hungry, so we deliver nutritious meals to people who can?t shop or cook for themselves. Our goals are to improve the health and well-being of frail seniors and disabled adults and help them remain in their homes and maintain their independence. We deliver meals to the homes of clients living in Salinas and in the small cities and rural areas of the Salinas Valley in Monterey County, California.
Middle Tyger Community Center
History and Background: The motivation to establish the Middle Tyger Community Center (MTCC) began in 1996 when a high school nurse working in a small rural community in Spartanburg, South Carolina noticed that too many young girls in high school were getting pregnant and dropping out of school. The nurse also observed that many of these young mothers went on to have additional babies at a young age, lived in poverty, and lacked family support, parenting and coping skills. At the time, there were no programs in the area designed to address the multiple needs of these young mothers. The nurse shared her observations with leaders in the school district and throughout the county. Together, community leaders and agencies developed a vision of an innovative and comprehensive family resource center that would address the complex needs of parenting adolescents and other disadvantaged families living in rural Spartanburg County. The opportunity to realize the vision of MTCC came in 1997 when the Mary Black Foundation awarded planning, pilot and implementation grants totaling $4.7 million to Spartanburg County School District Five, the largest grant made by a South Carolina private foundation in the stateâs history. Funds were used to conduct needs assessment, develop innovative programs, and to renovate a former elementary school building owned by Spartanburg County School District Five. Soon after, a full collaborative partnership was formed, staff was hired, participants were recruited, programs were launched and in August 1998, MTCC was opened to the public. Ten years later, MTCC has grown into a vibrant place for community members to gather, celebrate, learn, and support one another. MTCC provides comprehensive services to the community including early childhood education, family counseling services, youth development programs, a food pantry, and adult education programs including GED, ESOL and Literacy classes. In addition, branches of our state health department and department of social services are located inside the MTCC facility which affords the integration and co-location of many services needed by children, adolescents and families.
Mobile Meal Service of Spartanburg County Inc.
Our mission is to glorify God by providing nutritious meals, services and fellowship to the frail and homebound. We serve as many as 2,000 each day with over 1,800 volunteers annually. We receive no government funds and have to raise around $2,000,000 each year to provide therapeudic meals, faith home nurses, case managers, a lay chaplain and hundreds of daily volundeers with lots of love and hope for the homebound, neglected and, sadly, even some abused.
Monterey Bay Symphony Association
We provide free pops and patriotic concerts performed by professional musicans to the residents and visitors of the Monterey Peninsula. We also provide orchestral support for Monterey Opera and occasionally present private concerts. Most of our concerts are outdoors on the grounds of the Naval Postgraduaate School or indoors at the Golden State Theatre in Monterey. We are funded by foundations, goveernment agencies, and individual donations.
Monterey Bay Veterans Inc.
The mission of the Monterey Bay Veterans, Inc. Sports Rehabilitation Center is to provide Disabled Veterans and the physically challenged with mental and physical rehabilitation therapy and access to outdoor recreation, with special emphasis on marine sports
Monterey County (Ca) chapter of Habitat for Humanity
Building homes for low and moderate income citizens in Monterey County (Ca).
Monterey Opera Association Inc.
Twice a year, in April and in August, we present arias and operatic ensemble pieces performed by professional vocalists and a 30-piece opera orchestra to residents and visitors of the Monterey Peninsula. Our concerts are free. The venue is the Golden State Theatre in Monterey which has acoustics especially suited to live voice and orchestra. Our support comes from foundation and government grants, as well as individual donations.
The Monterey Symphony provides triple performances of a seven-concert subscription series, holiday concerts, and a music education program that culminates in youth-oriented concerts. The mission of the organization is to engage, educate and excite the people of our region through the performance continual discovery of symphonic music.
Mt. Mission School
"To stand as a refuge, resource and relief for the child in need by providing: First class residential care for her children to include: shelter, clothing and nutritious meals, accompanied by loving, adult nurture and guidance. First class educational opportunity and instruction for her student body to include: classroom Biblical, academic and enrichment studies along with a wide range of extracurricular activities. A continual occasion to encounter the Christian gospel for her children, staff, and any who should visit the campus, to include: regularly scheduled hours of congregational worship, in-residence and in-school devotional periods, relating the truth of Christianity to all areas of academic or enrichment studies, home life and the human condition generally. In all things to offer the best of our efforts to Jesus Christ for the glory of God the Father through the help and good offices of the Holy Spirit."
National Italian American Foundation Inc.
The National Italian American Foundation (NIAF) is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit, nonpartisan educational foundation that promotes Italian American culture and heritage. NIAF serves as a resource on the Italian American community and has educational and youth programs including scholarships, grants, heritage travel, and mentoring. NIAF is also the voice for Italian Americans in Washington, DC and works closely with the Italian American Congressional Delegation and the White House. NIAFâs mission includes advancing US â Italy business, political, and cultural relations and has a business council that promotes networking with corporate leaders.
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