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The St. John Foundation is committed to partnering with all non-profit agencies, faith-based organizations and governmental programs striving to make St. John an even better place to live, work, and visit. By working together, we can better identify ongoing needs, avoid duplication of services, and make it easier to connect volunteers and donors with the causes that inspire them. Browse the nonprofit directory to see who is doing what and get in touch with what is going on!
 

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18 Jul 2014 18:57
Improve Public Transportation It is a travesty that one can get no public transportation on weekends. Possibly a private person could offer transportation for a fee if the person signs up in advance. What about the tram to drop off in town from the outskirts? What is the status on...
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18 Jul 2014 18:52
Boys & Girls Club for St. John! We have enough boys and girls and affiliate clubs for us to get the information needed to become one official club. JESS has just completed a wonderful summer program, and parents have been calling asking for other alternatives for their children for the...

St. John Nonprofit Agency Spotlight

The Friends of the Elaine Ione Sprauve Library, a volunteer 501 c 3 non-profit organization, promotes public use of the facility and appreciation of its value as a cultural and educational asset to the community. The Friends support and promote library programs and services. They solicit grants...
Florida Aquaculture Foundation was founded on the principle of developing economic empowerment (helping financially disadvantage people, particularly in the rural areas) through education and training in aquaculture and related fields, such as agriculture, aquaponics, and hydroponics. We also believe in promoting an awareness of aquaculture education and responsible farming...
CBCC is dedicated to: 1) assisting people in getting involved in planning the future of Coral Bay; 2) providing educational materials, professional opinions, and community input on all sides of issues; and 3) facilitating meetings where issues can be respectfully and rationally discussed. ...
St. John Revolving Fund
Since 1995 the St. John Revolving Fund has helped well over 200 individuals and currently has approximately 50 current recipients receiving assistance. St. John Revolving Fund accepts donations to help residents in need of small-short term emergency loans - primarily for medical and transportation expenses for medical care. More...
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Our vision is that the values and benefits of the marine ecosystems that make up the Caribbean are understood, treasured and preserved by all people and that The CORE Foundation has the resources to ensure the continuation of such benefits. Goals ...
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