The 2012-2013 school year marks the 70th year that Hendricks Avenue Elementary has stood as a model of excellence in public education. Through these years, many children have had the unique opportunity to enter its hallways, develop a love of learning, make lifelong friendships, and exit the classrooms with wings soaring, fully prepared and equipped for the journey ahead.
Parents, alumni, and faculty would like to introduce The Friends of Hendricks, a 501c (3) organization. Our mission is to increase available funding to provide faculty and staff the additional resources required to ensure an exemplary education for our students.
Learn More at: http://www.friendsofhendricks.org/
Please join us in Standing Strong for our School as we seek financial support for improved technology, books, staffing, supplies, and other projects, beyond what traditional funding sources can provide.
We are glad to support Hendricks Avenue Elementary, a model of excellence in public education for 70+ years!
UCOM UrbanServ Inc has been working since 1979 to make sure no one faces hunger alone. UCOM has three tiered approch.
1. Providing emergency relieve to those facing food insecurity (Emergency Food Center aka Food Pantry)
2. Providing at least one hot meal a day to those who are home bound due to various reasons (Meals on Wheels)
3. Providing a way to help those willing raise their earning potential and break their cycle of crisis (CNA Scholarship Program)
The mission of North Florida School of Special Education is to improve the lives of students with mild to moderate intellectual disabilities through the achievement of academic, vocational and social skills.
St. Johns Riverkeeper is a private non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that serves as a full-time advocate and “watchdog” for the St. Johns River, its watershed, and the public to whom it belongs. Riverkeeper works to improve water quality in the St. Johns River and its tributaries, to protect critical habitat in the St. Johns River watershed, to provide meaningful public access to our waterways, and to educate our members and the public about the River and the issues that impact its health
The Better Business Bureau’s mission is to promote and foster the highest ethical relationship between business and the public through voluntary self-regulation, consumer and business education, and service excellence.
Learn about our A+ rating on our BBB Business Review.
Promoting your business. Improving our community’s economic climate and quality of life. Getting involved. Making a commitment. Networking. Enhancing your personal growth through interaction and leadership skills.
The American Cancer Society (ACS) is a nationwide, community-based voluntary health organization. Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, the ACS has state divisions and more than 3,400 local offices. Learn more about ACS, what we do, and our plans for the future by exploring the areas below.
Children’s Miracle Network is a non-profit organization that raises funds for more than 170 children’s hospitals. Countless individuals, organizations and media partners unite with Children’s Miracle Network hospitals to help sick and injured kids in local communities. Donations to Children’s Miracle Network create miracles by funding medical care, research and education that saves and improves the lives of 17 million children each year.
The Museum of Science and History strives to increase the knowledge and understanding of the natural environment and history of Jacksonville as well as Northeast Florida. We focus on creating an awareness and appreciation of science and history through quality programs that stimulate and inspire learning in all visitors.
WJCT’s Auction professionals share your enthusiasm for public broadcasting and are here to assist you and to help you reach your business goals.
Huntington’s Disease: a devastating, hereditary, degenerative brain disorder for which there is, at present, no effective treatment or cure. HD slowly diminishes the affected individual’s ability to walk, think, talk and reason. Eventually, the person with HD becomes totally dependent upon others for his or her care. Huntington’s Disease profoundly affects the lives of entire families—emotionally, socially and economically.
Jacksonville, Florida’s oldest business and civic organization - founded in 1932. Southside businessmen’s club is an organization of business men and women interested in the betterment of the Southside, its members, business and the Jacksonville community at large.
Volunteers enter into a two-year agreement with DOT, during which they agree to conduct litter removal at regularly scheduled intervals. Many miles of highway are adopted statewide by various organizations, allowing civic-minded people to make a difference in their communities.
Hubbard House provides shelter and outreach services for domestic violence victims and their families. Since our beginning in 1976, we provide free services not only for the immediate safety needs of abuse victims and their children.
The Jacksonville Regional Chamber of Commerce is focused on the future and dedicated to ensuring that Northeast Florida is a fantastic place to work, live and play. As a leader in regional economic development, we foster a positive business climate and provide fundamental resources that create, enhance and expand Northeast Florida’s businesses.
The mission of the Clay County Chamber of Commerce is to serve as a resource to businesses, citizens, and visitors while promoting and fostering economic growth and improving the quality of life.
Purpose: To work closely with the St. Johns County School District to provide more knowledge in the schools of what the business community is doing as well as trying to ensure that the students of St. Johns County are adequately prepared upon graduation to successfully function in the workplace.
The Pest Control Industry is unique. People in Pest Control are special. There is a rare thread that runs through all of us. We are professionals that will help each other in times of need. Without thinking twice, we share information with our competitors, who, over time become dear friends.
In 1988, nine affordable housing visionaries came together to incorporate Habitat for Humanity of Jacksonville. Since then, HabiJax has been sustained by the inspiration and collaboration of many forward-thinking, concerned citizens.