Become involved with the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)   Manatee County Community Emergency Response Team program partners emergency service providers with the citizens they serve in an effort to train members of neighborhoods, community organizations or workplaces in basic response skills and engage neighbors to help neighbors.
Volunteer Florida is the state’s lead agency for volunteers and donations before, during, and after and after disasters. Volunteer Florida is proud to partner with the following organizations before, during, and after emergencies. The Florida Disaster Fund assists Florida’s communities as they respond to and recover from disasters.
A copy of the official registration and financial information may be obtained from the Division of Consumer Services by calling toll-free 1-800-HELP-FLA (435-7352) within the state. The following publications are offered to promote and facilitate the effective coordination of voluntary resources both before and after disasters.
Where we have quoted or included materials produced by others, we have given full credit to those sources.
Contact one of these organizations to make a cash donation or to find disaster volunteer opportunities. These materials, which may be downloaded and adapted to your needs, are the original work of Volunteer Florida. As you find these materials helpful and adapt them for your use, please give appropriate and prominent credit to Volunteer Florida.


The Champion of Service Award, the state’s official award for outstanding community service and civic engagement, was awarded to Sen. With a focus on early childhood development, Florida Reading Corps is putting 20 AmeriCorps members to work in seven at-risk Miami-Dade elementary schools and one pre-K site.
The Volunteer Generation Fund (VGF), funded by the Corporation for National and Community Service, will be administered by Volunteer Florida.
Governor Scott said, “I am honored to recognize Patrick Hopkins and Eddie Mae Bennett for their commitment to helping their fellow Floridians. Volunteer Florida CEO Chester Spellman said, “Volunteer Florida is grateful for these outstanding appointments by Governor Scott. Governor Scott said, “As a former Eagle Scout myself, I am proud of Adam and N’Jhari for working to better their communities. Volunteer Florida’s Volunteer Generation Fund (VGF) program will help organizations to more effectively recruit, manage, support and retain skills-based volunteers.
The funding includes $10,644,214 in federal grants from the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) and $9,352,803 in local match.
Increasingly, children’s success in school determines their success as adults, impacting their ability to pursue higher education and their career opportunities. Agency for Persons with Disabilities Director Barbara Palmer said, “We are thrilled with the great turn out today to recognize this important civil rights legislation.


AmeriCorps NCCC (National Civilian Community Corps) puts young people in direct, team-based service in communities across the nation . I recently had the opportunity to attend the Florida Chamber Foundation’s Annual Education Solutions Summit in Tampa to discuss partnerships between business, education, and philanthropy.
Thanks to TFA Jacksonville, 180 corps members are teaching in more than 40 of Jacksonville’s highest need schools and 150 alumni are impacting Duval County, reaching more than 16,000 students.
AmeriCorps NCCC (National Civilian Community Corps) strengthens communities and develops leaders by deploying individuals age 18-24 to communities across the nation to provide direct, team-based community service.
Volunteer Florida CEO Chester Spellman said, “Florida Volunteer Month celebrates our state’s millions of hardworking volunteers and encourages others to serve. Launched as part of the MLK Day of Service, AmeriCorps members and volunteers have been fixing up homes in need of repair. The seven-member Tallahassee team is hosted by the Tallahassee Food Network and the Greater Frenchtown Revitalization Council.



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