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Florida Keys Future Fund

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Category: Recreation


Active Disabled Americans, Inc.

225 Upper Matecumbe Rd.
Key Largo, FL 33037

(305) 451-2102

www.4ada.org

Mission: “Captain Mick Nealey, an experienced Keys captain and guide, has launched Active Disabled Americans dba Tranquil Adventures, a charter , tour and cruise operation. What sets this venture apart from others, however, is that it is configured to cater to people with disabilities, rather than just let them tag along if they can somehow get aboard. Nealey, founder and operator of Active Disabled Americans and a victim of polio at age 2, considers himself able bodied even though he sometimes uses a wheelchair himself. ‘I knew from an early age that I’d never be able to run as fast as the other kids,’ he said, ‘but I was always stronger. My disability never stopped me from doing anything I wanted.’ While other companies are interested in just taking you out for a boat ride, our company is dedicated to helping you enjoy a tranquil time while creating a memorable moment. We modify equipment to help with fishing, snorkeling, diving or paddling a kayak.”

Volunteer Opportunities: Yes

Battle In The Bay Dragon Boat Festival

133 Barry Ave. Ste. 1
Little Torch Key, FL 33042

(305) 766-1053

www.battleinthebay.org

Mission: With over 600 nonprofit organizations in Monroe County it is our goal to raise money for as many as possible by supporting local dragon boat teams in gathering pledges for the charity of their choice.

Volunteer Opportunities: Yes

Big Pine Athletic Association

P.O. Box 430089
Big Pine Key, FL 33043

(305) 872-0292

Bpkpark@aol.com

Mission: “The Big Pine Athletic Association is a 501(c)(3)non-profit organization that provides organized sports as well as other activities for youth. The BPAA has served the Lower Keys Community for over 25 years by organizing, promoting and providing the facili

Volunteer Opportunities: Yes
501(c)(3) Public Charity: Yes

Florida Keys History of Diving Museum

P.O. Box 897
Islamorada, FL 33036

(305) 664-9737

info@divingmuseum.org
www.divingmuseum.org

Mission: “The Museum is dedicated to collecting, preserving, displaying and interpreting artifacts, antiques, books, documents, photographs and oral history relative to the History of Diving. We tell the international story of man’s attempts to explore, understand and venture under the sea. We also celebrate the special role that South Florida and the Florida Keys played in this untold story.”

Volunteer Opportunities: Yes
501(c)(3) Public Charity: Yes

Friends of the Islamorada Area State Parks

P.O. Box 236
Islamorada, FL 33036

Volunteer Opportunities: Yes
501(c)(3) Public Charity: Yes

Heart Of The Keys Recreation Association, Inc.

810 33rd St. Bayside
Marathon, FL 33050

(305) 743-4164

Volunteer Opportunities: Yes
501(c)(3) Public Charity: Yes

History of Diving Museum

82990 Overseas Highway
Islamorada, FL 33036

305-664-9737
305-664-9736 – Fax

www.DivingMuseum.org

Mission: The Museum is dedicated to collecting, preserving, displaying and interpreting artifacts, antiques, books, documents, photographs and oral history relative to the History of Diving. We tell the international story of man’s attempts to explore, understand and venture under the sea. We also celebrate the special role that South Florida and the Florida Keys played in this untold story.

Volunteer Opportunities: Yes
501(c)(3) Public Charity: Yes

International Women’s Flag Football Assoc.

1107 Key Plaza #233
Key West, FL 33040-4077

1-888-GO-IWFFA

iwffa@iwffa.com
http://iwffa.com/

Mission: The International Women’s Flag Football Association provides the opportunity for girls and women to develop teamwork and leadership skills while playing flag football. We promote healthy competition through fair play and good “sportship”. Regardless of race, nationality, age, economic status or sexual orientation, the IWFFA seeks to increase the understanding of football theory while promoting good health through physical play, and building self esteem and confidence through play calling and proper execution.

Volunteer Opportunities: Yes

 

Islamorada Fishing & Conservation Trust, Inc.

104 Madeira Rd.
Islamorada, FL 33036

(305) 664-4735

Volunteer Opportunities: Yes
501(c)(3) Public Charity: Yes

Island Dolphin Care

150 Lovelane Place
Key Largo, FL 33037

(305) 451-5884

Mission: “Providing recreational/educational and therapy services to children and their families having terminal, chronic ilnesses and/or disabilities.”

Volunteer Opportunities: Yes
501(c)(3) Public Charity: Yes

Key West Community Sailing Center

705 Palm Ave
Key West FL 33040-7031

Phone: (305) 292-5993

commodore@keywestsailingcenter.org
www.keywestsailingcenter.org

Mission: The Key West Community Sailing Center’s mission, is to advance sailing education and encourage the public and sailors of all ages to experience the joy of sailing in a safe and fun environment.

Volunteer Opportunities: Yes
501(c)(3) Public Charity: Yes

Key West Police Athletic League

1604 N. Roosevelt Blvd.
Key West, 33

305-809-1087

Volunteer Opportunities: Yes
501(c)(3) Public Charity: Yes

Key West Soccer Booster Association

6412 Maloney Avenue
Key West, FL 33040

(305) 797-3126

kwsoccerboosters@aol.com

Mission: “Supporting local boys soccer programs and providing under-privileged soccer players with shoes, equipment, uniform and travel expenses.”

Volunteer Opportunities: Yes
501(c)(3) Public Charity: Yes

 

Key West Soccer Club

2100 Flagler Avenue
Key West, FL 33040

(305) 304-6058

www.kwsoccer.com/

Mission: “Fundraising for the regional and international travel and team expenses of local boys and girls soccer clubs.”

Volunteer Opportunities: Yes

Marathon Recreation Center

P.O. Box 500836
Marathon, FL 33050

Mark Sorensen Youth Sailing Program

P.O. Box 373154
Key Largo, FL   33037

305-747-2600

Contact: info@msysp.org
Website: www.msysp.org

Mission: The Program’s objective is to promote youth sailing as a safe recreational and competitive sport.  MSYSP offers year-round sailing instruction to children ages 7 through 17 that live in the Upper Keys and South Dade areas.  As part of the mission to promote youth sailing, the organization regularly offers at-risk and underprivileged children from these areas the opportunity to attend programs at no cost or at significantly reduced tuition.

501(c)3 Public Charity: Yes
Volunteer Opportunities: Yes

Pigeon Key Foundation

P.O. Box 500130
Marathon, FL 33050

(305) 289-0025

pigeonkey@aol.com
www.pigeonkey.net

Mission: The Pigeon Key Foundation & Marine Science Center located on Pigeon Key, underneath the old seven-mile bridge, in the heart of the Florida Keys. We are a 501©3 not-for-for-profit organization whse mission is three fold: First, to make the Island available to the community, projects, programs and activities that is generally though of as being beneficial to the citizens of Monroe County. Second, to utilize the facilities at Pigeon Key as an open campus for delivering education to youth and the general public about the historical, environmental, and cultural significance of the Florida Keys. Lastly, to operate the Island’s affairs in such a manner to ensure its future economic viability, paying particular attention tot he requirements of maintaining its historical structures.

Reef Environmental Education Foundation

Reef Environmental Education Foundation
98300 Overseas Highway
Key Largo, FL 33037

(305) 852-0030

giving@REEF.org
www.REEF.org

Mission: REEF was founded in 1990 out of a growing concern about the health of the marine environment, and the desire to provide the public ways to contribute to the understanding and protection of marine populations. REEF has expanded to protect biodiversity and ocean life worldwide, by actively engaging and inspiring the public through citizen science, education, and partnerships with the scientific community. REEF’s strategic partnerships with government agencies, scientific and academic institutions, the non-profit sector, the dive industry, and local communities amplify the efforts of individual volunteers, allowing them to make significant contributions to ongoing conservation projects. REEF serves the Florida Keys and visitors by providing educational programming for all ages on fish identification, invasive species prevention, endangered species and conservation awareness.

The Redbone, Inc.

200 Industrial Dr.
Islamorada, FL 33036

(305) 664-2002

Volunteer Opportunities: Yes

Upper Keys Athletic Association

101640 Overseas Highway
Key Largo, FL 33037

(305) 451-1444

Mission: We are a group of volunteers that want to teach children the fun of sports, the opportunity to work with others, to be guided tobe safety conscious and win or lose gracefully.

Women’s World Invitational Fly Championship, Inc.

81250 U.S. 1, # 2
Islamorada, FL 33036

(305) 664-5423

YMCA of Key West

1011 Virginia Street
Key West, FL 33040

(305) 295-9622

www.ymcaofkeywest.org

Mission: School-age child care, gymnastics, sports leagues, swim lessons, adult fitness focusing and other programs focusing on Y values.

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