The Shriner’s objective is to support their Children's Hospitals which provide quality medical treatment at no charge for any child to age 18. Shriner’s Hospitals provide medical care at 19 orthopedic units and 3 burn centers throughout North America. One of the newest Hospital Units is located in Tampa at the University of South Florida Campus.
The Ronald McDonald House program has provided a
"home away from home" for nearly 4 million family members
since its beginning in 1974. Today, more than 220 McDonald
Houses in more than 20 countries offer more than
5,000 rooms each night to families needing comfort and
care while there child is in the hospital.
all people experiencing life’s problems and challenges, big and small, regardless of income or ability to pay. By dialing 2-1-1 anyone can
receive the help you need 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
The Crisis Center can help individuals and families cope with the devastating trauma of sexual or physical violence, domestic violence or abuse, depression and despair, substance abuse, financial problems, family issues or whenever life’s challenges start to weigh someone down.
The Spring aims to be the premier provider of domestic violence services and a positive force for social change, creating a 'zero tolerance' attitude toward domestic violence in Hillsborough County. Since 1977, The Spring has provided sanctuary and services to more than 30,000 abused adults and their children. The Spring is the largest of Florida’s 41 certified domestic violence shelters and the first in the United States to have an accredited school on site.