One of the great rewards of running a small business is being able to give back to local organizations and charitable causes that matter to our team. We encourage other businesses to create a give back program that supports the health of Brevard County. Join your community and fight for a good cause that makes a big difference in people’s lives. Here is a list of the organizations that we currently support.
Founded in 1995, The Brevard Alzheimer’s Foundation, Inc. is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization. Donations and services stay in Brevard County, serve local residents and are fully tax-deductible. With an annual operating budget of $3.2 million dollars and over 70 employees, the Brevard Alzheimer’s Foundation provided 166,196 hours of adult day care, transported seniors 246,737 miles and provided 15,622 hours of in home respite. We touched many other families thru case management, caregiver education and support groups. Our organization is unique among other charitable organizations because over 90% of our revenue comes directly from services provided and not from fundraising.
In 2012 when the Space Coast Association of Realtors® learned that a staggering 1600 children were homeless in their community, they decided, as community leaders, to take action and the Brevard Children in Need Committee was formed. In the past two years, they have successfully raised over $100,000 to meet the specific needs of these children. Their goal is to raise money and bring community awareness to this horrific situation and not let these children that are right here, in our own backyard, feel like they’ve been left behind or forgotten about. Help a Child Go From Helpless to Hopeful!
Family Promise of Brevard, Inc. is a 501 (C)(3)non-profit organization whose mission is to address homelessness in our community – one family at a time. Through our Interfaith Hospitality Network of congregations and community organizations, we offer compassionate guidance, food, emergency shelter and a pathway home. Our goal is to strengthen our community by helping homeless families with children remain intact while they transition toward self-sufficiency.
Through programs and services in communities across Florida, we promote healthy pregnancies and babies, and work to prevent premature birth and birth defects. We educate moms and support families in need.
Proudly serving: Indialantic, Indian Harbour Beach, Harmony, Malabar, Melbourne, Melbourne Beach, Melbourne Village, Palm Bay, Palm Shores, Patrick Air Force Base, Satellite Beach, Suntree, Viera, West Melbourne. and other areas including parts of Brevard, Indian River, Orange, and Osceola counties.
The No Kid Hungry campaign connects kids in need with nutritious food and teaches their families how to cook healthy, affordable meals. The campaign also engages the public to make ending child hunger a national priority.
Founded in 1982, Southeastern Guide Dogs employs the latest in canine development and behavior research to create and nurture partnerships between visually impaired individuals and extraordinary guide dogs. They serve more than 400 graduates across the U.S. and continue to place more than 100 dogs each year into careers benefiting veterans and people with visual impairments.
The Children’s Hunger Project provides hungry young people on the Space Coast with weekend food backpacks with a goal of ensuring elementary school-age children do not have to experience hunger.
Z88.3 is owned by Central Florida Educational Foundation, Inc., and operated by Z Ministries, Inc., both local not-for-profit corporations. Our mission is to live with integrity in order to adequately present Christ so He can transform lives. We endeavor to make the Central Florida communities we serve a better place to live by providing families with a spiritual anchor and news, weather and emergency information needed to keep the family informed, safe and encouraged.