Nonprofit Organizations

We are connecting Floridians with local nonprofits, and then getting out of the way.

Nonprofits form the cornerstone of the Hope Florida model, strengthening communities and supporting Floridians who might otherwise rely on government. Their valuable contributions allow the state to step back, as local organizations dedicated to supporting individuals and families in need provide mentorship, material assistance, and educational programs. By collaborating with Hope Florida, nonprofit organizations receive new opportunities to connect with the Floridians they are passionate about serving.

Hope Navigators throughout the state create and maintain a robust network of nonprofits who stand ready to help. From clothing and transportation to housing, education, and essential baby and household items, these nonprofit services cover a wide range of needs.

Hope Florida is the bridge between those who want to help and those who need help. Together, we are ensuring that support is readily available to those who need it.

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How Can Nonprofit Organizations Join Hope Florida?

Join the Hope Florida Network

Nonprofit organizations that join the Hope Florida Network will receive referrals from Hope Florida. This will allow Hope Navigators to contact your organization when identifying relevant resources for a local Floridian or family. By joining the Hope Florida Network, we ensure that Floridians in your community know the specific services and help your nonprofit organization provides.

Join CarePortal

Nonprofits that establish a CarePortal profile online can respond to unmet needs within their community. Through CarePortal, a point of contact at your business will receive real-time alerts to assist Hope Florida recipients with their unique needs, such as delivering a meal, bed, or diapers.

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Hope Florida by the Numbers


Floridians referred


Hope Florida Network partners


Faith-based partners


Floridians with reduced reliance or no longer relying on public assistance