Treasure Coast Chapter

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Community News


Each month our association chooses a charity or organization of some sort to make donations to.  If you have an interest in helping choose an organization or charity, please contact our Community Service Chair, Ashlee Diehl.  Here is a list of our upcoming months:



JANUARY - St. Lucie Reads

St. Lucie Reads is a public campaign to ensure that students are reading at grade level by 3rd grade. Through partnerships with local businesses and organizations, we are working together as a community to support the efforts of: school readiness, summer learning and school attendance.
Donations needed: Hardcover & paperback books in good condition for all ages.





Helping Animals Live and Overcome (H.A.L.O.) provides a no-kill safe haven where extraordinary measures are taken to save homeless pets and protect them from abuse and neglect. H.A.L.O. believes in engaging our community by providing resources, education, and programs to do the same.

To create a world with no more homeless pets.

Donations needed: Information coming soon!


APRIL - Pace for Girls

Pace provides girls and young women an opportunity for a better future through education, counseling, training and advocacy.

Donations needed: Information coming soon!


JULY 2022 - Safe Space 

SafeSpace empowers the safety and well-being of adult victims of domestic violence and their children by providing intervention, prevention and advocacy services.

SafeSpace envisions communities unified in achieving freedom from domestic violence.

SafeSpace, a 501c3 nonprofit organization, is the only state certified domestic violence center saving lives 24/7 and preventing domestic violence throughout the Treasure Coast of Indian River, Martin and St. Lucie counties. It is the local area expert in providing domestic violence services and offers a safe haven to victims and their children as they seek refuge from physical and emotional abuse.

SafeSpace is much more than just a crisis hotline and an emergency shelter. It empowers victims to become survivors by providing an extensive array of other programs and services, including legal assistance, financial literacy training, emotional and mental health counseling, advocacy, community outreach, and prevention education.

Wish List Items: 

PPE: masks, hand sanitizers, gloves

Cleaning supplies: bleach, floor cleaners, Windex, laundry soap, dryer sheets, Lysol spray, Lysol wipes, Glade spray, Potpourri spray etc

Gift cards: gas, Walmart, Walgreens, Publix, Visa

Personal items: shampoo, conditioner, deodorant, hand soap, razors, tampons, ethnic products, lotions, hair brushes, combs

Bath/linen supplies: shower curtains, rugs, bathroom accessories, towels, pillows

Kitchen supplies: forks, spoons, can openers, big bowls, pitchers, pots and pans

Baby supplies: baby food, formula, bottles, diapers, wipes, diaper bags, pull ups sizes 3t, 4t, 5t, highchairs, strollers (especially double strollers), car seats (baby and toddler), baby tubs

Kids supplies: DVD movies, DVD players, sippy cups, juice boxes, peanut butter & jelly, kids snacks

Clothing & accessories: ladies’ socks, maternity clothes, ponchos, umbrellas

Adult bikes, bike locks, bike helmets for kids

Miscellaneous: lice kits, painting supplies


AUGUST 2022 - School supply donations



OCTOBER - Family Meals, Inc.

Provide the ingredients for a holiday home cooked family meal for the working poor, and for families who may not qualify for food stamps or free school lunch programs. Our goal is to create an outreach program to encourage family mealtimes by providing families the tools to get back to the basics; meal time together.

Donations needed:  Canned or boxed food items for Thanksgiving dinner.



DECEMBER - Unwrapped toys