555 West 25th Street
Jacksonville, FL 32206
Whether kids dream of becoming a ballerina, an astronaut, or an all-star athlete, your local Boys & Girls Club can help them become their dream by providing a safe, fun experience through which young people can reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. But the real strength of our Clubs is the caring, trained, trustworthy youth development professionals who serve more than 5,000 kids and teens in Duval and St. Johns counties. Visit a Boys & Girls Club in your community and learn more about what we’re doing to prove every kid has what it takes.
1601 University Boulevard North
Jacksonville, FL 32211
The Carpenter's Shop Center is a faith based organization providing programs and services that empower and educate under-served children, youth and families so they can lead responsible, productive live.
Over 120 students receive youth-guided academic, social and cultural opportunities that promote learning and self-esteem necessary for life-long success, Monday-Friday throughout Duval County Public School year.
The T.E.A. Center (Teen Expressive Arts) goes from 7th grade to 12th grade. This program is teen centered, the curricula is student driven and open during weekend hours. The T.E.A. Center's curriculum is designed to stimulate not just artistic accomplishments, but to improve grade-point averages, educational aspirations, and confidence about career goals.
207 N. Laura Street, Suite 300
Jacksonville, FL 32202
The Cathedral Arts Project is the leading nonprofit provider of quality, comprehensive and ongoing instruction in the visual and performing arts for elementary and middle school students in Duval County.
The driving force behind all CAP programs is the belief that the arts matter – they provide essential skills, like creative thinking, perseverance, teamwork and self-discipline, that benefit all people in all areas of their lives.
6261 Dupont Station Court
Jacksonville, FL 32217
Communities In Schools of Jacksonville has kept students on track for graduation for over 30 years. Since 1990, Communities In Schools of Jacksonville has helped more than 110,000 individual students.
We serve students in Duval County Public Schools every day by utilizing the power of positive adult role models and surrounding them with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life. Our programs impact struggling students through case management, literacy tutoring and after-school programs. We work together with school administration, teachers, parents and neighborhood partners – other nonprofits, local government, businesses, and civic organizations – to keep students successfully in school. Our goal is to help students become successful adults who are able to contribute positively to our Duval County community.
4527 Lenox Ave.
Jacksonville, FL 32205
Goodwill Industries of North Florida is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to assisting all individuals who face barriers to employment. We do this by providing innovative employment, training and placement services. Our ultimate goal is to enable such individuals to acquire employment and to develop careers.
101 West State Street
Building A, Room 1003
Jacksonville, FL 32202
Our mission is to bring about the sustained regeneration, improvement and management of the physical environment by developing community-based partnerships which empower people, businesses and organizations to promote environmental, economic and social well-being. Our mission has been formally adopted by our governing board and is shared with the other 20 Groundwork Trusts across the country.
1131 N Laura St
Jacksonville, FL 32206
Fresh Ministries is a non-profit organization based in Jacksonville, Florida whose goal is to eradicate poverty, improve race relations and build stronger communities. The group focuses on economic development, job training and health initiatives in core-city Jacksonville and is also engaged in international projects.
1055 W. 6th Street
Jacksonville, FL 32209
The mission of the MaliVai Washington Youth Foundation is to develop champions in classrooms, on tennis courts and throughout communities. Our vision is that the young people who participate in our program will be provided with the resources they need to rise to their full potential and become contributing members of society.
P.O. BOX 351060
Jacksonville, FL 32235
The Police Athletic League of Jacksonville enriches the lives of children by creating positive relationships between law enforcement officers and the youth of our community through education, athletic, outreach, and teen leadership programs.
3674 Beach Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL 32207
Our 10,000 square foot facility connects Music, Drama, Dance, Creative Writing, and Theatre to young people and adults with the desire of awakening their imaginations. We have access to five dance studios, a recording studio, film production space and convertible classrooms. Our campus also has a Performance Hall (Our Black Box Theatre) that seats an eighty member audience for various types of productions. Students will also have access to spacious outdoor comforts with shaded seating around our campus.
13720 Old St. Augustine Rd. #8-123
Jacksonville, FL 32258
Teen Leaders of America (TLA) was established in 2004 to provide college and career outreach to youth regardless of income or ethnic background. In 2007, U-Turns, Inc. was established to target minorities and disadvantaged youth in middle and high school that desire (1) acceptance to a four-year university and (2) leadership training that is essential for entering and surviving college but is not provided via the normal school curriculum. The goal was to help eliminate the disparities in higher education due to economic status and background, by providing youth programs at little to no cost to low-income families. Today, U-Turns, Inc. is dba Teen Leaders of America