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- The Childrens Hunger Project
The Children's Hunger Project is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization backpack program that
is providing weekend packages of food to our local children. There
are more than 35,000 school children in Brevard County that are at risk for a variety of reasons.
The Children's Hunger Project makes it possible to feed hungry and under-nourished Brevard County children.
The Children's Hunger Project hopes to serve 1,400 elementary students each week but they would like to expand on that.
As Merritt Island Masons if you would like to help make a positive impact in your community and help feed the hungry,
please contact the Worshipful Master. To learn [More...]
- Brevard Hospice
Wuesthoff Hospice & Palliative Care Center. The center is Brevard County's first licensed hospice, has been providing compassionate care to our community since 1984. The care and service we provide to those with life-limiting illnesses is known for its excellence on the local, state and national level.
- House of Hope Ministries
Help feed over 900 families in the Merritt Island area. There is a dire need for dry, canned and non-perishable items and monetary donations to purchase food. There is a box in the lodge for goods and foods. Please bring a can or two when you come to lodge, perhaps for a lodge breakfast, or meetig. Or you can mail a check, addressed to "House of Hope Ministries", care of the lodge to the address below:
House of Hope Ministries
Care of the Secretary, Merritt Island Lodge #353
247 South Tropical Trail, PO Box 540578
Merritt Island, FL 32954-0578
- Brevard Humane Society
Founded in 1952, Brevard’s Humane Society (Central Brevard Humane Society) is the community’s oldest established animal welfare organization. A “no kill for space” shelter, the Humane Society is dedicated to “speaking for those who cannot speak for themselves”. We educate the community on responsible pet ownership and the humane treatment of animals, advocate for spaying/neutering to reduce the homeless pet population and provide the best quality care to Brevard’s abandoned animals by placing them with responsible, caring owners in a new “forever” home. To learn [More...]