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West Florida Foster Care Services is a Christ-centered non-profit foster care licensing agency dedicated to glorifying God by restoring the local body of Christ as the leader in serving those children in our community who have been abused, neglected, and abandoned.

As families grow, one of the challenges the organization has seen is the lack of technology in households to accommodate new members. We have partnered with West Florida Foster Care Services to help their families with fully refurbished computers in case they need them.
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The Thirteenth Judicial Circuit’s Veterans Treatment Court (VTC) is a specialized court established to serve veterans currently in or about to enter the criminal justice system, who either serve in the military or have been discharged from the military under honorable conditions and who suffer from a military service-related mental illness, traumatic brain injury, substance abuse disorder, or psychological problems such as post-traumatic stress disorder or military sexual trauma.  VTC provides a therapeutic environment coupled with an emphasis on accountability for the veteran.  Veterans are subjected to a coordinated strategy developed by a veteran treatment intervention team.  As part of the coordinated strategy an appropriate treatment plan, specific to the needs of the veteran, is determined through assessment and evaluation by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) providers or other court-approved providers.  The coordinated strategy encompasses five phases.  The veteran’s advancement from one phase to the next is not automatic and will be determined by the Court after review of the veteran’s progress in each phase of the program.  The coordinated strategy includes a protocol of incentives to encourage the veteran’s compliance with the program, as well as sanctions to discourage the veteran’s noncompliance.

Pursuant to Section 948.16(2), Florida Statutes, and Administrative Order S-2016-032, veterans may be eligible for entry into one of the VTC Pretrial Diversion Programs, e.g., VTC Misdemeanor Intervention Program (VMIP) or VTC Felony Pretrial Intervention Program (VPTI), which allows the veteran to have his/her case dismissed by the Court upon successful completion of the program.  Further, veterans with a prior conviction may be eligible for the VTC Post-Adjudication Program, where he/she may be offered a reduced sentence upon successful completion of the program.  VTC also incorporates a veteran-based mentor program to provide additional support to participating veterans.

We work alongside this wonderful organization by providing tablets and computers to veterans who go through challenges and are looking to integrate back into civilian life.

University Area Community Development Corporation, Inc. (University Area CDC) is a 501(c) (3) public/private partnership whose mission is children and family development, crime prevention, and commerce growth. Its primary focus is the redevelopment and sustainability of the at-risk areas surrounding the Tampa campus of the University of South Florida. For over 20 years, University Area CDC has championed positive change in the economic, educational and social levels of the community through youth programs, adult education, affordable housing, workforce, and resource assistance, and community engagement.

Through our partnership with the UACDC we are able to support their Innovation Lab at Mort Park for STEAM Education, as well as their Prodigy Cultural Arts Program. The computers and devices are used by the kids and families to receive online classes, training, and complete schoolwork.

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The Tampa YMCA was founded based on the core character values of Caring, Honesty, Respect, and Responsibility.

The YMCA continues to flourish because those values are as relevant to today’s world as they were in 1844, when a young drapery clerk named George Williams sought to develop a wholesome place for young people to escape the immorality of the London Streets during the Industrial Revolution.

Today, the YMCA, the largest and oldest service organization in America, serves 17 million members in 120 countries. In Tampa Bay alone, we reach more than 160,000 individuals each year through membership, programs, and outreach activities in our community. Through Our Vision 2020, we have laid the foundation to take the Tampa YMCA into the future so we can continue to serve the Tampa Bay community for years to come.

We are able to work alongside the leadership of the YMCA to support students and children……..

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In one of the Southeast United States’ most dynamic waterfront downtowns, the St. Pete Innovation District is the professional home to thousands of scientists, doctors, educators, and entrepreneurs working together to make life better.
One of the main focus of the Innovation District is the importance of Digital Inclusion and Education. Through our collaborative outreach, we are able to provide computers and technology to children and families who participate in the Digital Inclusion program to educate, empower, and bridge the digital divide.

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As one of the leading nonprofits in the area, Metropolitan Ministries (Met Min) is a local, grassroots, donor and volunteer-fueled community organization that provides practical solutions for poor and homeless families and individuals throughout Tampa Bay.

Their mission is to care for the homeless and those at risk of becoming homeless in our community through services that alleviate suffering, promote dignity, and instill self-sufficiency… as an expression of the ongoing ministry of Jesus Christ.

We are proud to support Metropolitan Ministries with computers to empower the families they serve, and to make it easy for kids to attend virtual school, do their homework, stay connected, and remain competitive in this key transition moment in their lives.
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The mission of St. Petersburg College is to empower students and the community to achieve success and economic mobility through academic excellence and engagement.

The Innovation Lab is located in the Seminole Community Library @ St. Petersburg College! [Makerspace @ SPC] It is a collaborative learning environment, oftentimes referred to as a “technology playground”, where people of all ages and with common interests (e.g., science, technology, engineering, digital arts, and math — STEAM) can meet, socialize and/or collaborate while sharing innovative ideas and learning new skills. There are no judgments, no grades, and it is encouraged to color outside the lines and to make beautiful mistakes.

We work with the team of the iLab through “Gadgets for Good”, an E-Recycling collection program that funds a part of the technology used in the iLab and provides computers to kids and families from the community.

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Hope for Her is a safe place where women experiencing crisis and trauma find the strength, skills, and support they need to rebuild their best lives.

From housing, childcare and employment to food, transportation and clothing, the organization helps identify needs, create plans to address them, and stay with women and their families every step of the journey — for a lifetime or as long as they need it.

We have an ongoing partnership with Hope for Her to supply families with computers and technology at the moment of being relocated and during periods of transition.

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Greenovation Academy is a program that promotes sustainability within the school, and community at large. In partnership with the school principal, teachers, and leadership from Hillsborough County School District we are able to teach kids social entrepreneurship classes, and provide technology to the kids graduating from the academy. This is an ongoing pilot program that aims to be replicated county-wide at the middle school level.

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ECHO’s mission is to assist residents of Hillsborough County in crisis with emergency food and clothing, offering life stabilizing programs and resources.

ECHO provides:

Emergency Relief through their ECHO Food Pantry along with the ECHO Clothing closet which was created to assist our neighbors who have suffered a recent emergency and need help with food and clothing.

  • Life Rebuilding Programs, by leveraging resources to help neighbors rebuild their lives. They provide an opportunity for them to earn their GED. A workshop where they can discover how to navigate the resources available to them. A place they can feel comfortable learning how to search for jobs, create their resume, and practice mock interviews.
  • Community Outreach Events
  • Social Enterprises through their ECHO Handmade and ECHO Boutique and Community Thrift Sale.

We are honored to support ECHO by making technology accessible in their center for the benefit of the people they serve, and through their GED program as a reward mechanism to incentive people to successfully complete their studies and pursue their dreams.
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This international collaboration program aims to build a bridge between two communities through technology and education. In 2019 the first technology lab was implemented with 25 computers and the goal of delivering an online entrepreneurship curriculum to empower the 1,200+ kids who attend the Fe y Alegria School. Since then, we have began talks to expand the program to other schools in the region, and pilot extensive online education programs among children in at-risk communities in Lima, Peru, and surrounding areas.

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The Advanced Manufacturing & Robotics Center (AMRoC) Fab Lab, a program of the nonprofit Foundation for Community Driven Innovation (FCDI), is a public Fab Lab dedicated to building capacity in the University Area community, empowering individuals through creative self-expression and bridging the manufacturing and industry talent gap through robust project-based engineering education and training.

We have the opportunity to work together by providing the center with technology for the different programs they offer to kids and families, as well as collaborating in ongoing outreach programs such as entrepreneurship classes, sustainability initiatives, and community collection partnerships.

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