Not for Profit
The American Lung Association is the leading organization working to save lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease.
As a Non-profit we offer only information of our services. We are primarily a food pantry for those in the Arlington area. Appointments are required for all services. We also offer small amounts of financial assistance for past due electric or rent for those who qualify. Please keep in mind we do not have anyone on stall that speaks Spanish.
P.O. Box 441104
The Chasity Taylor Foundation was established by Latricia and Eugene Taylor in January 2015 as a non-profit organization. The Foundation’s purpose is to create awareness surrounding DUI/DWI and the impacts on the victim’s family. The scope of the Foundation’s mission is to provide community connection through awarding high school seniors scholarships, sponsoring cheerleaders from a Popwarner Football Association, mentoring opportunities for youth and young adults, and additional give back programs.
Edward Meredith Foundation was formed by Forrest E. Lind and Dale M Moe to promote and inspire the entrepreneurial spirit that is inherently American. We bring the much needed resources of experience, knowledge and technology together in a single resource platform allowing a synergy of these ingredients to produce success. Our unique focus in the African American and Hispanic community’s business development, has been well noted for producing success. We also assist women, military veterans, active duty personnel, retired and active Police/Firemen and any other persons or group to become successful business owners. “OUR MISSION IS YOUR SUCCESS.”. We will not stop, we will not give up, we will not falter!
We are ElderSource, the Area Agency on Aging and Aging & Disability Resource Center for Northeast Florida, equipped to help individuals living in our seven county areas to access the resources they need to face the challenges of aging, as well as find ways to harness the information and tools they need to live out their lives with independence and dignity.
For adults living with disabilities and the loved ones caring for them, ElderSource wants to be there for them, too, helping them to find resources and applying for benefits.
Florida Elite Soccer Academy pledges to be a Full Service Soccer Organization dedicated to the growth and enrichment of its participating members.
Florida Elite provides development opportunities for players starting at a young age. A player-centric approach fosters individual confidence along with team success. These goals will be achieved through hard work, dedication and the complete commitment to every level of player from Recreational to Elite. Florida Elite Soccer Academy teaches players a style of soccer emphasizing passing and possession of the ball. The philosophy is consistent throughout the club so every team and individual learns a similar style of play. This leads to team success while promoting the continual growth and development of our players.
The club instills a dedication to excellence and teamwork in all players. As players improve most by competing with players at similar levels, teams are formed by grouping players of similar abilities. This shared vision promotes a feeling of “family” within the club. As players mature, they have the opportunity to advance and rise to the highest level. Coaches on different teams collaborate, sharing ideas and experiences.
Everyone in the Florida Elite Soccer Academy Club – family members included – can feel proud of each team in the club!
We’re 2.6 million strong—1.8 million girls and 800,000 adults who believe in the power of every G.I.R.L. (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, Leader)™ to change the world. Our extraordinary journey began more than 100 years ago with the original G.I.R.L., Juliette Gordon “Daisy” Low. On March 12, 1912, in Savannah, Georgia, she organized the very first Girl Scout troop, and every year since, we’ve honored her vision and legacy, building girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place. We’re the preeminent leadership development organization for girls. And with programs from coast to coast and across the globe, Girl Scouts offers every girl a chance to practice a lifetime of leadership, adventure, and success.
Our Mission: Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.
The JAX Chamber is a not-for-profit organization with more than 3,000 members serving Northeast Florida, helping members to make connections, grow their businesses and prosper in our community. Members make local, national and international connections at hundreds of events designed to build business relationships and keep you informed. And, through educational programs and services, the Chamber works to grow new and existing businesses. Prosper the JAX Chamber promotes economic development by attracting and retaining companies, creating jobs and fostering a skilled workforce. Also, through advocacy programs, the Chamber works for business and represents your interests at the local, state and federal level. The Buy Chamber initiative promotes local member-to-member purchasing.
The Senior Adoption Network is a wholly owned and operated division of The Little Shepherd Charitable Foundation, Incorporated. The Little Shepherd Charitable Foundation, Inc. Is a public tax exempt charitable foundation registered with the Florida Department of Consumer Affairs; established for the purpose of helping seniors remain living safely and independently in their communities…. No senior should ever have to make the choice between eating, affording their medications and being forced into an institution.
National Association of Veterans and Family (NAVF) single purpose is to help the senior Veteran community and their surviving spouses obtain VA benefits.
The North Florida Pumas strive for excellence through discipline and respect. The Pumas work to instill strong character and accountability on an individual level, to promote team success. The Pumas are dedicated to supporting women within a community to become champions in life by promoting confidence and integrity.
Many veterans are frustrated by the lack of real opportunities accessible to them after they transition from the military. Although educated, trained and skilled, these veterans often find themselves less competitive in the professional marketplace compared to those who took a more traditional path.
At Operation New Uniform we understand these challenges, even faced them ourselves, and are prepared to address them in a team environment built by a strong infrastructure of successful professionals. We focus on changing strategies, growing confidence, gaining skills and getting results. We offer training and development programs, resources and professional networks in our relentless pursuit of the professional success of the veterans we serve.
Mission: To train veterans and their families for fulfilling careers and develop their skills as they grow within an organization.
Vision: To produce confident veterans who are coveted and embraced in the business community.
Purpose: To develop a positive and proactive mindset of veterans and give them the confidence and tools they need to wear a new uniform.
To leverage proven experience and success strategies and to provide veterans legitimate opportunities at the careers they deserve.
To recruit the support of individuals, corporations and organizations, forming a vast network of resources available to our veterans.
Core Values: Veterans understand tactics better than anyone. At Operation New Uniform™, we embrace a corporate culture of TACTICS to guide our efforts and reach our goals.
River City Youth is a faith based and family owned 501 C (3) non-profit organization. Our focus is to help young people to rise up and maximize their potential in the areas of academics, leadership, creative arts, community outreach and more.
River City Youth is focused on the lives of all young people with a direct aim at teenagers. Teenagers are perceived as the most difficult age group to work with. Why? Teenagers play an important role in our society. This growing population is our future. Teenagers are an emerging generation that require a significant investmentof time, patience, resources, and engaging opportunities.
Peer pressure and social influence are alive and well among today’s youth. They are contributing factors that often lead our young people in the wrong direction. Our organization is passionate about bridging youth and opportunities to help lead the way.
The Riverside Fine Arts Association continues its commitment in providing an annual concert series of world-class music that is matchless in its diversity. Presented in historic venues that are unparalleled in beauty, nowhere else in Jacksonville can you experience the spirit of live chamber music, jazz and cross-cultural performances in such intimate surroundings. The programming embraces a wide range of musical styles from Grammy-winning vocal groups to instrumental virtuosi, to jazz legends and guitar quartets. In addition to our concert series, we offer a four-concert organ program utilizing multiple pipe organs throughout the community. All tickets for concerts at the Church of the Good Shepherd include admittance to our pre and post concert receptions held in the historic and beautiful Craig Hall. Complimentary wine and cheese is offered while you have the opportunity to view and purchase artwork from area visual artists.
The mission of Wealth Watchers Inc. is to build viable communities by expanding the knowledge of low-to-moderate income individuals for the purpose of understanding the importance of basic finance and the accumulation of wealth. Wealth Watchers Inc. achieves its’ mission by providing lending and education, neighborhood stabilization, community revitalization strategies and small business services.
World Arts Education is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization founded in 2011 by individuals in New York, Los Angeles and Jacksonville, Florida and supported by a growing network of advisors around the world.
Karen Douglass Sadler, Founder/ Board Chair
As an independent film professional in New York City for over 15 years, Sadler produced hundreds of music videos with industry celebrities and worked in broadcast television commercials for Fortune 500 clients. After moving to Jacksonville, Florida, her work focused on providing world-class multicultural arts programs for schools and communities with countless events, workshops and festivals. Sadler continues to serve as a community volunteer and has produced four years of inclusive filmmaking camps with Hollywood film director Joey Travolta for children with autism.
Sadler has worked in collaboration with the Office of the President, College of Education, Department of Exceptional, Deaf and Interpreter Education, Student Union, Interfaith Center, and Center for Intercultural Peace at the University of North Florida. Her work has received program funding from community sponsors including the Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville, HEAL Foundation, MDI Holdings, PGA Tour, THE PLAYERS Championship, The Community Foundation, Women’s Giving Alliance, Girls Inc., Boys and Girls Club, CityKids Art Factory, YMCA, Police Athletic League, Duval County Public Schools, Exceptional Education Student Services, Episcopal High School, The Bolles School, City of Atlantic Beach, City of Jacksonville Beach, City of Jacksonville, and many more.