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Homelessness is a widespread, societal issue that affects every community – even here in the paradise of Southwest Florida. The Homeless Coalition not only provides emergency services such as shelter and food to hundreds of people a year, but it also works with families to secure more financially stable futures. We can help families stay in their homes by finding emergency funding to cover electric bills, etc. As an impact-driven group, we reinvest a majority of our profits to achieve sustainability, grow our resources, and ensure the fulfillment of our mission to promote a positive impact to our community and resolve homelessness and hunger.


Met Council is America’s largest Jewish charity dedicated to serving the needy. We have ten different departments are staffed by experts who helped over 305,000 clients in 2020 and continuously advocate on behalf of all needy New Yorkers. Our holistic programs range from 100% affordable housing at 20 locations to our award-winning family violence program to comprehensive Holocaust survivor assistance to senior programming to crisis intervention to the largest free kosher food distribution program in the world. Our network of 101 food pantries, 20 affordable housing sites, and 15 JCCs provide services directly in neighborhoods across New York.


Cornerstone was founded in 1983 to connect women in crisis due to domestic violence with support and safety. Since then, we’ve become a multifaceted nonprofit with accessible, innovative and comprehensive services for adults and youth of all genders who are experiencing or have experienced domestic violence, sexual violence, human trafficking or crime. Cornerstone’s continuum of service helps to create communities where individuals and families are safe and children thrive. We advocate, educate and lead the way to social change.


DOVR is committed to supporting this nation’s veterans. Vets have sacrificed so much for this country, and we’re honored to support them in our small ways. A few ways that we give back to vets include:

  • Providing a wilderness retreat where all veterans are free to escape the chaos of modern life
  • Fostering a community in which veterans of all backgrounds can come together in camaraderie
  • Creating opportunities for vets to connect with nature through activities like hiking, fishing, hunting, and ATVing
  • Hosting community-driven veteran appreciation events


Dr. Sanchez is a renowned plastic surgeon who envisioned this mobile health delivery system to the masses in 2004, beginning with a donated container van and performing corrective surgeries inside this humble operating room. A successful fundraising enabled the purchase of a Volvo 48 seater luxury bus retrofitted into 2 operating rooms, the current Hospital On Wheels. Our target is the benevolent sponsorship of at least one combined surgical and medical mission to an underserved municipality per month. Dr. Sanchez’s passion is to provide surgical and medical care FREE OF CHARGE to indigent patients in the Philippines.


Groves Learning Organization (GLO) is a nonprofit educational ecosystem that empowers each and every unique learner to discover their brilliance. We have a rich history of supporting bright students who struggle with learning disabilities and attention disorders, as well as promoting evidence-based literacy instruction for all. It is our mission to build confidence, success, and purpose through transformative learning experiences. We combine evidence-based learning with the art of teaching to make learning an inspiring experience for all students. GLO provides families and the community with services such as diagnostic evaluations, tutoring, speech-language therapy, and summer programs. We also offer community workshops.