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It is the mission of Children Obesity Foundation to provide the knowledge, understanding, and assistance to the local community and individuals on how to battle and overcome obesity and restore self-esteem through motivation and inspiration of a better lifestyle, workouts and proper food intake. Research is ongoing to determine the best way to achieve our goals and mission.
The Florida Council of the Blind is a statewide organization of blind people working to make life better through public education, legislative actions, and a statewide information and referral service, Project Insight. The Florida Council of the Blind is also an organization designed to provide resources to the visually impaired community. We offer educational, social, and economic opportunities specific to the needs of blind individuals.
We provide free services to all veterans and their dependents. Our mission is to improve the quality of life for our members and non-members in the disabled community through programs in health care, education & research, advocacy & legislation, social events and wheelchair sports.
The Humane Society of Sarasota County takes in 4,000 animals each year. Our Mission is to offer a range of services for the care of these animals, including pet adoptions, fostering, pet therapy, children’s programs, low-cost/no-cost spraying/neutering and many other volunteer services such as dog walking, cat cuddling and matchmaking.
As long as there are prisons, Christians should minister to prisoners. Ministry is first and foremost preaching and teaching the Word of God; converting the lost and encouraging the saved. It is a noble work, because jail and prison ministry is carrying out the Great Commission (Matthew 28:18-20); taking the Gospel to all. It also entails restoring the erring (James 5:19,20).
The Mission of the Loveland Center
Loveland Center’s mission is to help adults with developmental disabilities live their lives to the fullest.
The Work of Their Mission
Loveland Center strives to empower adults with developmental disabilities to make informed decisions in their life (i.e., work, community involvement, friendships, activities, citizenship, etc.), with the overall goal of optimizing self-sufficiency and community integration.
Loveland Center provides individualized educational services in a college campus-like environment and services such as job placement and coaching, volunteer placement and coaching, supported living, and other activities in the community.