We can all count our collective blessings from the challenges of 2021, and there’s no time like the present to give back! From health care and hunger to education and employment, Southwest Florida nonprofit organizations are asking for your support this holiday season.
Tees for Kids’ Mental Health
Wear your advocacy and support Kids’ Minds Matter’s mission by purchasing a pre-shrunk cotton T-shirt. Three styles are available, and each sale will help enhance mental health services for an estimated 46,000 children in need of care.
Hope Clubhouse changes lives by focusing on adults with mental health challenges and sharing resources to help them grow, recover and thrive. Your donation to Hope Clubhouse provides hope directly to individuals living with mental illness in SWFL!
Every child deserves a chance to be successful. Your donation to Child Care of Southwest Florida will help a local family provide a high-quality education for their infant-VPK child, preparing them with the social and academic skills they need to thrive. $40 provides one child a scholarship for a day and $200 covers a child for the full week.
The gift of education and learning starts at The IMAG! The IMAG History & Science Center offers a range of annual memberships that include free year-round admission, discounts on café purchases, camps, educational programs, birthday parties and more!
The Guardian ad Litem Foundation raises funds to support and provide programs for the neglected, abused and abandoned children assigned to the GAL Program in the 20th Judicial Circuit. Your donations will support the volunteers that serve as advocates for the children of Southwest Florida.
NAMI Collier County helps 16,000+ Southwest Florida residents every year with services like support groups, housing solutions, puppy therapy and more, free of charge. Help them continue to provide support, education and advocacy to individuals and families affected by serious mental illnesses by making a tax-deductible contribution.
A tax-deductible donation to Charity for Change supports its mission to prevent bullying and violence, as well as instill empathy and a giving spirit! Help show charity and giving this holiday season by contributing today! A gift of $150 supports one child for one school year!
In recognition of Healthcare Network’s upcoming 45th anniversary in 2022, they have set a goal to raise $45,000 in 45 days! Healthcare Network provides comprehensive and affordable primary care services to people of all ages, regardless of income or insurance status. Your donation will ensure families in underserved communities will have their medical, dental and behavioral health needs met.
As a not-for-profit with more than 40 years of experience caring for our community, Hope Hospice believes everyone deserves comfort and peace throughout their end-of-life journey. Your gift provides More Hope to families during the challenges of serious illness.
Make a difference for students in Immokalee by shopping at or donating to the Guadalupe Resale Shop in Naples! Your contribution supports Guadalupe Center’s mission to break the cycle of poverty through education in Immokalee. If you have high-quality brand name items you no longer need, you can make a tax-deductible donation today!
Help Community Cooperative provide meals for a homebound senior for an entire month delivered by Meals on Wheels. These friendly deliveries also serve as important security checks for our homebound neighbors who cannot shop or cook for themselves.
Pace Center for Girls, Lee’s Point Store rewards Pace girls for their hard work and good behavior. During the holidays, there is a great need for $10 gift cards to grocery stories and fast-food restaurants. Donations will help Pace girls as they shop for gifts and prepare holiday meals with their loved ones.
On average, it costs taxpayers $30,000/year to provide foster care for a child. For only $1,200/year, you can sponsor a temporary loving home for a child through Better Together. 96% of hosted children never end up back in foster care.
Help make their last Christmas, the best one. Avow relies on community support to help provide compassionate end-of-life care and grief support to Collier County residents and their families. Donations provide the needed support to fund patient care and ancillary programs for terminal patients including music therapy, massage therapy, pet therapy, and more!
“Ding” Darling Wildlife Society has an urgent plea to the community for help in raising $550,000 to preserve 8.5-acres on Sanibel Island. This will allow the Refuge to protect vital wildlife habitat and buffer water quality against the catastrophic red tide and blue-green algae events it has experienced in the past. Thanks to two generous donors, every gift will be matched.