Here at the Law Center of Central Florida we are a strong believer in giving back to our community.
The mission of YOUR Humane Society SPCA is to protect animals. The mission is carried out through direct care for animals that are injured, abused, unwanted, or abandoned, securing homes for as many as possible; and through community assistance programs including spay/neuter services and pet food distribution as well as providing humane education and pet safety information to our community in order to reduce pet overpopulation and improve the quality of life for animals.
The Wildwood Soup Kitchen serves the poor, the hungry, and the lonely by providing healthy, nutritious and appetizing meals to all who request it. We deliver meals to shut-ins and others who are unable to come to the Soup Kitchen. Because of COVID-19, the soup kitchen has recently opened to in-house dining. Currently, dining is Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday from 11-12:30PM. Take out is available. Every person who seeks assistance is welcomed, without regard to race, sex, age, color, religion, national origin, handicap, or income.
The Brevard Hispanic Center’s mission consists of contributing to the creation of a more just society without poverty, where all persons, families, and communities have the opportunity to develop their talents and can fully exercise and enjoy their rights. As a result, this organization plays a role in offering charitable assistance with an emphasis on encouraging and promoting multicultural integration through arts and personalized assistance in the areas of health, education, housing, family assistance, immigration, employment, and financial development.
The American Legion, commonly known as the Legion, is a nonprofit organization of U.S. war veterans headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana. It is made up of state, U.S. territory, and overseas departments, and these are in turn made up of local posts. The organization was formed on March 15, 1919, in Paris, France, by a thousand officers and men of the American Expeditionary Forces (A. E. F.) and it was chartered on September 16, 1919, by the United States Congress.
The Oasis at Lowell Correctional Institute
Who Are We?
The Oasis offers Spirit-filled worship and study opportunities to the precious women of Lowell Correctional Institute – a place that can feel to some like a desert wasteland. Our goal is to create an oasis – a place of refreshing – where the chains of shame, trauma, and hopelessness can be broken by the transforming presence of Jesus.
Founded in Conjunction with The United Methodist Church, The Oasis offers the hope and transforming presence of Jesus to our sisters behind bars. Partner with us to proclaim freedom to the captives.