Baptist Health Office of Social Responsibility and Community Advocacy
The only nonprofit, mission-driven, locally governed healthcare system in Northeast Florida, Baptist Health invests significant resources to develop a community where: children are born healthy and grow up strong and safe; our neighbors in need have access to quality health care; the elderly live long, independent and fulfilling lives. We fund, support and/or manage numerous strategic initiatives throughout Northeast Florida that align with these priorities, and we measure their impact not only in terms of improving health but improving the overall quality of life in our community.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Florida
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Florida (BBBSNEFL) is a mentoring organization that creates and supports one-to-one mentoring relationships that ignite the power and promise of youth between the ages of 5-18. Working within communities across the nation for over a century, Big Brothers Big Sisters is the nation’s oldest and largest mentoring organization beginning in 1904. BBBSNEFL has effectively inspired change in the lives of thousands through impactful mentoring programs and meaningful relationships that defend and ignite today’s youth to reach their full potential. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Florida serves Duval, Clay, Nassau, Flagler, Union, Volusia, Baker and Putnam counties.
Catholic Charities provides services to anyone in need, regardless of race or religion; advocates justice, human dignity and quality of life; and calls all people to join in these efforts; thereby reflecting the compassion of God in Christ.
Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville
The Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville is focused on enriching life in Northeast Florida by investing in Arts and Culture. Our three main areas of focus are the cultural service grants program, support for individual artists and the public art program.
Suite 140 (front door) & Admin offices in Suite 300
Delores Barr Weaver Policy Center
The Delores Barr Weaver Policy Center engages communities, organizations and individuals through quality research, community organizing, advocacy, training and model programming to advance the rights of girls and young women, especially those in the justice and child protection systems.
Eckerd Connects – Suite LL10 Eckerd Connects Workforce Development is working hard to keep America’s workforce educated and engaged. Through a strong network of community services, eligible participants are taught the skills needed to further their education or obtain jobs in today’s competitive labor market. Our youth and adult programs serve would-be workers ages 16-24 and align with the Workforce Innovation and opportunity Act (WIOA).
Family Foundations offers tools, skills, support and solutions for families and individuals to benefit by translating financial knowledge into better financial behaviors. Our community benefits from the thousands of families who become financially stable because of Family Foundations. Financially stable families buy houses they desire and can afford, making neighborhoods stable. Children thrive when they live with financially fit families. We nurture and counsel people, so they are able to develop devoted, loving families who know how to communicate with each other.
First Coast YMCA
The YMCA of Florida’s First Coast is a cause-driven organization focused on strengthening the foundations of community by developing the potential of youth, promoting healthy living and encouraging social responsibility. Our service locations include 15 membership facilities, 1 resident camp, 1 charter elementary school, and 2 facilities for the profoundly disabled. The Metropolitan Office is home to all leadership staff, including President and CEO Eric Mann, the Advancement, Asset Management, Membership, Marketing & Communications, Risk Management, Human Resources, Accounting, First Impressions (member information) and Information Technology offices.
Florida Nonprofit Alliance
The Florida Nonprofit Alliance informs, promotes, and strengthens the nonprofit sector in order to create more vibrant communities across the state. The Florida Nonprofit Alliance grew from a loosely organized network of nonprofit leaders engaged with major metropolitan and regional nonprofits.
Jacksonville Public Education Fund
The Jacksonville Public Education Fund is an independent nonprofit organization that works to inform and mobilize the community to advocate for universally high-quality public schools for all children in Duval County. We believe in the potential of students in every community, the potential of teachers in every school and the potential that our city has to become great through its children. Join a network of public education advocates, see the latest research, find data on public schools and make your voice heard at the table.
Jacksonville Speech and Hearing Center
At the Jacksonville Speech and Hearing Center, we put you and your family first. We know that treatment for speech, language, and/or hearing disorders is not just about the individual. It is about enabling families to connect, communicate, and care for one another.
Jessie Ball duPont Fund
The Jessie Ball duPont Fund is a national foundation Its mission is to serve the communities that Jessie Ball duPont knew and loved. We envision a world in which every member of those communities feels they belong. It does this by investing in places and people to create equitable access to opportunities. The Fund also has a strong focus in impact investing and own the Jessie, one of the largest nonprofit centers in the world.
Leadership Jacksonville educates, connects and inspires diverse leaders to build and strengthen their communities. Programs include: Leadership Jacksonville – selected adults explore areas of community concern and build a network with knowledge and insight to make a difference; Youth Leadership Jacksonville – prepares high school sophomores to take their place as responsible leaders, committed to ethical leadership and community involvement; Next Generation – a summer program for select participants up to age 30 where they network with city leaders and explore difficult community issues; and New Leadership Summit – by invitation-only, the two-day summit introduces the region’s assets, issues, institutions and leaders to CEOs and senior level executives who are new to the community.
Literacy Alliance of Northeast Florida
Literacy Alliance of Northeast Florida strives to increase literacy awareness and improve adult literacy in Jacksonville through formal instruction and volunteer-based tutoring. Our students are 16 to 80 and we help them through computer assisted instruction, small group classes, as well as instruction in basic math skills, financial literacy, health literacy, digital literacy and career coaching
The MyVillage Project initiative is dedicated to building the most autonomous and scalable community engagement platform for education. We are a coalition of over 60 Black-led nonprofits and organizations that believe in the power of shared resources and collective programming. Our volunteer coalition operates with the fundamental thought that family engagement and community-designed solutions have the most significant impact on the academic success for students.
NAMI Jacksonville (National Alliance on Mental Illness) supports and improves the quality of life for family members and those living with mental illnesses and co-occurring substance abuse through compassion, education, and advocacy. Our Vision is that persons with severe and persistent mental illness can recover and lead productive and meaningful lives within their community of choice.
Nonprofit Center of Northeast Florida
The Nonprofit Center connects, strengthens, and advocates for nonprofits, creating a more vibrant Northeast Florida. The Nonprofit Center is a vital support system for our local nonprofits, providing local organizations with resources that are hard to come by in this, the essential “third sector.” We provide services, programs, and information resources to our members while advocating for the Northeast Florida nonprofit sector locally and at the state level. We provide local government, civic and business leaders, and the media insights and information to promote smart decision making and public support for local nonprofits.
Special Olympics Florida
Special Olympics Florida provides year-round sports training, competition, and health services to children and adults with intellectual disabilities, at no cost to the athletes or their caregivers, to achieve physical fitness, self-esteem, socialization skills, and the life skills necessary to be productive, respected, and contributing members of their communities. Special Olympics Florida – Healthy Community is a premier, health care delivery approach that focuses on the whole person with an intellectual or developmental disability and provides integrated health care coordination that includes primary health care. Oftentimes, people with special needs have neglected health problems.
Teach for America, Jacksonville
Teach for America, Jacksonville is a force of hundreds of educators and leaders working to expand opportunities for thousands of students in Jacksonville since 2008. More than just a source of excellent education leaders, we are a tight-knit, vibrant network grounded in our mission to provide all students with an excellent and equitable education and a future filled with opportunities. Teach For America Jacksonville is committed to seeing the day where all students in our communities have the opportunity to reach their full potential.
The Jessie Ball duPont Center (aka The Jessie)
Please stop by if you need any assistance or have questions or concerns that we can help address. We support our amazing tenants, outside users who rent our spaces, the broader Jacksonville nonprofit sector (in partnership with Nonprofit Center of Northeast Florida) and our community through programming and partnerships.
United Way of Northeast Florida
United Way of Northeast Florida focuses on education, income and health – the building blocks for a quality life. The organization supports measurable solutions to ensure children enter school ready to learn, students stay on track to graduation, families achieve financial stability and people have the tools to lead healthy, productive lives. Actively engaging people and organizations who bring the passion, expertise and resources needed to get things done, United Way advances the common good by creating positive, lasting change in five counties, including Duval, Nassau, Clay, Baker and northern St. Johns.
Wildlife Conservation Global, Inc.
Wildlife Conservation Global, Inc. operates the Okapi Conservation Project that works to protect the rainforest home of the endangered okapi in the Democratic Republic of Congo. We approach the conservation of an endangered species through a holistic strategy that includes support for the efforts of wildlife rangers that patrol the forest removing illegal activities, support for the surrounding communities to improve their livelihoods, and the development of conservation education programs for women, children, indigenous peoples, government entities and other community members.