Charity & Grassroots in Mount Dora


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  • The Artist Studio
    For the last 28 years, Mark Pulliam, artist and framist at The Artist Studio, has enclosed pictures, portraits, and paintings in customizable casings. Transform sitting rooms into Smithsonians by circumscribing canvases with a spectrum of frame and mat styles, ranging from traditional to modern and minimalist to ornate. Pricing for framing starts at $50 and varies depending on the presentation and size of the piece. Mark Pulliam also protects valued artwork with specialty preservation framing services that will defend self-portraits from the damaging effects of air, light, and lipsticky kisses from aggressive aunts and fan-club presidents.
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    111 W Plant St
    Winter Garden, FL US
  • Bill Donegan Campaign
    Adventures in Florida gives you the chance to experience the serene beauty of Florida galaxies away from the T-shirt-cannon-wielding mascots and bedazzled, man-eating airhorns of modern life. After grabbing your favorite life partner for your full-moon paddle, you'll be briefed by an ACA-certified kayak/canoe instructor who will put your paddling apprehensions at ease with a local's deep knowledge of the Winter Park Chain of Lakes. Set out in the midst of a sultry sunset and watch the moon come out to drench your vessel in dim, flattering light that's ideal whether you're looking for high romance or an atmospheric night of ghost stories. Adventures in Florida welcomes customers to bring wine and/or spirits to heighten the dizzifying majesty of the moon people that hide in their peripheral vision.
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    900 Arapaho Trl
    Maitland, FL US
  • An Infinite Mind
    Jamie spent her entire life volunteering, working with preschool students who had special needs, terminally ill children, and survivors of sexual abuse. Then in 2005, she was diagnosed with dissociative identity disorder (DID). After fruitless searches for support resources, she shifted her focus and humanitarian mindset toward helping people like herself, founding a peer-led support group for DID. That initial group evolved into An Infinite Mind, an organization dedicated to educating people about dissociative disorders and dispelling the stigmas attached to them. Advocates at An Infinite Mind write articles for journals, work with trauma organizations and public institutions to unearth the realities of living with a dissociative disorder, and speak as both survivors and trained trauma therapists to raise awareness across the country. As part of its expanding efforts to work with trauma survivors on the ground, An Infinite Mind also plans to connect people with therapists and help them find ways to cover the costs of treatment. See how Groupon helps you discover local causes and lend a helping hand at the Groupon Grassroots blog.
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    7413 Wynnewood Square
    Winter Park, FL US
  • Kids Against Hunger
    As one of more than 95 offices across the country, Kids Against Hunger Florida Division works toward the umbrella organization's mission of ending hunger by packaging and shipping nutritious meals to hungry and malnourished children around the world and in the United States. To ensure children receive complete nutrition, the food packages, which require only six cups of boiling water to make a meal, include white rice, fortified soy, and a blend of dehydrated vegetables with 21 vitamins and minerals. The meals also were designed to be acceptable to the wide diversity of tastes and cultures around the world. To date, Kids Against Hunger has provided more than 162 million meals for children and their families in more than 60 countries.
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    902 N Fairbairn Drive
    Deltona, FL US
  • Have Hope Zumbathon
    Zumba instructor Erica Pierce is widely recognized in the fitness world, but most of her clients know her by her avatar. While she leads students in her sweat-inducing Zumba sessions at her studio, her avatar leads cyber dance parties in homes throughout America in the videogame Zumba Fitness Rush for Xbox 360 Kinect. However, she attends the Have Hope Zumbathon in human form, working with a team of fellow instructors to lead a crowd of hundreds through her signature easy-to-follow, Latin-inspired moves without relying on pixels to provide her super-human endurance. Proceeds from the event benefit the Rhea of Hope Foundation, which hosts the event in tandem with Her Campus at UCF. The Foundation aims to enhance fertility options for men and women with cancer who would like to become parents.
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    4000 Central Florida Blvd.
    Orlando, FL US
  • Share The Care
    Share the Care's five adult daycare centers provide activities within a safe, friendly environment for physically and cognitively impaired adults, including those with Alzheimer's and Parkinson's Disease. Enrollees can stay at the center for anywhere from a few hours to the entire workday, and each center is staffed with on-site nurses and experienced care providers to ensure safety. To help improve the mental and physical health of its clients, Share the Care would like to incorporate the Xbox 360 with Kinect into their daily activities. Since it tracks body movements and does not require a controller, the Xbox 360 with Kinect can encourage mental and physical activity among aging or disabled adults. The system supports a variety of games that aim to improve balance and coordination through physical activity, which may also aid in decreasing symptoms of depression and loneliness.
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    1010 Arthur Ave
    Orlando, FL US
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