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Clean the World Foundation, Inc. was founded in February 2009 by two individuals, Shawn Seipler and Paul Till.  Clean the World is a Florida not-for-profit corporation under 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.


Clean the World has a two-part mission:

  • Collect and recycle soap and shampoo products discarded by the hospitality industry every day.

Through the distribution of these and other donated hygiene products to impoverished people, prevent the millions of deaths caused by hygiene-related illnesses every day.

The Mission of ECO-Action, Inc., is to protect and preserve the natural environment by encouraging, creating, and supporting ecological education, responsible consumption, development of alternative energy sources, and public participation in addressing environmental issues.

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Each Sunday afternoon we provide a dozen canoes, and you provide the time and enthusiasm! We meet at a different river, stream, or lake, and follow the shoreline in our canoes collecting trash that is dangerous to wildlife.

We have performed over 600 CleanUps in the last 12 years.

The Homegrown Local Food Cooperative is pleased to announce openings for our volunteer program for sorting and pick up operations.

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Twice a week, local farmers deliver freshly harvested food ordered by Homegrown members to our downtown facility. Our Working Members work a minimum of a four-hour-a-week shift sorting food into members orders, prepping the store, greeting members, preparing for our weekly pickup and delivery.

Working members receive a special discount on food purchases through the Co-op. Enthusiasm for and support of a sustainable food system is our most important requirement for this position.

Shifts are available Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

Start or join a local team that meets about once a month to collect, sort, package and deliver clean, gently read, recycled magazines to nearby literacy programs in homeless and domestic violence shelters and food pantries.

Teams forming in every community need your leadership and participation.

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The Mustard Seed of Central Florida was established in 1984 at a time when homelessness was just beginning to emerge as a community-wide endemic. It grew from the personal commitment of the founder, Carol Kane, who saw all homeless individuals, regardless of race, creed, or social status, simply as God’s children in need of assistance. The Mustard Seed became a non-profit, charitable organization as a result of her faith.

The mission of The Mustard Seed Furniture and Clothing Bank is to help to rebuild the lives of families and individuals who have suffered disaster or personal tragedy by providing household furnishings and clothing while being environmentally responsible to our community.  The Mustard Seed collects donations of furniture, appliances, household items, toys, as well as anything and everything needed to create a home.  We grant the donated items to families and individuals to help them re-establish a home. Since 1984, The Mustard Seed has served the homeless, domestic violence victims, welfare recipients, the elderly, the disabled, disaster victims, the ill and others struggling to re-develop a home in the Central Florida area.

Save the Manatee Club is an award-winning national nonprofit 501(c)(3) and membership-based organization established in 1981 by renowned singer/songwriter, Jimmy Buffett, and former U.S. Senator, Bob Graham, when he was governor of Florida.

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Human activities are harming manatees, and only our compassion and action can protect them.

Manatees are Florida’s official state marine mammal. They are listed as endangered at the international level by the IUCN World Conservation Union, at the federal level by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, and at the state level by the Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC). Manatees are endangered largely due to human activity. Since record-keeping began in 1974, more than 41% of manatee deaths where cause of death was identified were human-related – and almost 34% were due to watercraft collisions (the largest known cause of manatee deaths). With increased awareness, education, regulations, and enforcement, manatee deaths caused by humans could be substantially reduced, and the eventual recovery of the species could be realized.


Our mission is to protect endangered manatees and their aquatic habitat for future generations.