Are you an organization that relies heavily on volunteers? Organizations that need and have volunteers may submit your "Volunteer Opportunities" to us here at Jupiter Daily to be included on this page.
From the start, Lice Solutions desire was to provide parents with safe and effective means for dealing with head lice. Their goal was to better educate parents in ways to prevent the spread of head lice in hopes of minimizing the ever-growing number of cases. They also hoped with a better understanding they could effectively help end the negative stigma associated with having head lice.
While we hope for your sake you never need their services- you'll be glad to know they're there for you, if you do! If head lice are an issue for you or your organization, we encourage you to call Lice Solutions RN, Inc. at 561-842-9969. We hope you'll join us in helping this much-needed facility as they set out to achieve their goal. Only by working together can we effectively stop the spread.
Please click here for donations or to learn more about them.
Make-A-Wish Foundation of Southern Florida needs volunteers in Palm Beach County to help grant 450+ wishes each year for children with life-threatening diseases.
To learn how you can make a difference in the lives of sick children, please call: 954-967-WISH (9474). Meets every 4th Tuesdays at 6:30pm, atJupiter Town Hall, 210 Military Trail in Jupiter.
For more information call: Joe Gore at 561-747-3259, or Barb Montanero at 561-575-9923.
The Florida Panther Society
Did you know there are only 50-70 adult Florida Panthers alive? Your help is needed to help save this special animal.
Our mission at the Florida Panther Society, Inc. is to provide a means of protection and support of the Florida Panther.
We do this through educational programs provided to the general public, private and public schools, clubs, organizations, associations, businesses, and media; and through coordinated public support of all qualified Florida panther recovery, support, research, relocation, and rehabilitation programs.
Express your support for the Florida Panther by writing political figures and agency administrators, regarding habitat preservation and re-establishing panther populations in appropriate portions of their historic range.
Mail your letter to:
US Fish and Wildlife Service, Southeast Regional Office
Sam Hamilton, Regional Director
1875 Century Blvd., Atlanta, GA 30345
Ph# (404) 679-4000, Fax# (404) 679-4006
Adopt a Pantherthrough Symbolic Adoption.
Symbolic adoption is available with membership. Along with your membership materials you will receive an adoption certificate and tracking information for one year.
Donate a Phone Program
The national DONATE A PHONE® CALL TO PROTECT® campaign collects wireless phones to benefits victims of domestic violence. In the hands of a victims, these phones are a lifeline enabling them to call for assistance when faced with an emergency situation.
Jupiter Daily has joined the National Drive to collect old wireless phones for victims of domestic violence.Nextel and Motorola, through the CALL to PROTECT program, will donate refurbished wireless phones and accessories with airtime to the Sheriff’s and State’s Attorney’s Offices. They will then provide the phones to needy Palm Beach County Domestic Violence organizations.
This partnership with Nextel, Motorola and the Wireless Foundation improves the existing program by providing well-conditioned and working Nextel phones and accessories manufactured by Motorola. Nextel will donate airtime that will enable the recipients to call designated non-emergency numbers as well as 911.
If you have a phone you're no longer using, please donate it today at the address below.
Visit the following websites for more information on the campaign:
DonateAPhone.com, or call 1-888-901-SAFE
Blood Donors Needed
Community Blood Centers of South Florida, 4110 PGA Blvd. is in need of blood donations.
You are 17 years of age or older. Senior citizens are eligible.
You weigh at least 100 pounds. Apheresis donors must weigh at least 110 pounds.
You are in good health. If taking medication, you may be eligible to donate, depending on the reason for and type of the medication.
You have waited at least 56 days (eight weeks) since your last whole blood donation.
If you would like to arrange for a bloodmobile to visit your organization, please contact our Donor Resources department toll-free at (888) 454-2362 or (800)-879-5020 or visit us online: http://www.cbcsf.or
Busch Wildlife Wish List
Busch Wildlife Sanctuary needs your help. You can make a difference by donating either monetarily or by providing any of the following items. For more information on how you can help, please call the Sanctuary office at (561) 575-3399.