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The Clearwater Martin Luther King Jr Community Center gallantly served Northern Pinellas County since it first opened in 1974 by benefiting all ages with a wide variety of educational programs and services for the residents of North Greenwood. In 2011, the Center was closed due to economic downturn and needed repairs to the facility. Closing the center was not acceptable to North Greenwood residents and a group of caring concerned local citizenry came together and formed the Clearwater Martin Luther King Jr Neighborhood Center Coalition. During the past year, the Coalition membership has expanded greatly and has inspired the engagement of many talented volunteers and community partners who are determined to build upon the successes of the hard working coalition members in achieving the goal of restoring the Center as a beacon of hope in our community. The Grand Reopening is scheduled for January 17, 2015. The Coalition is an all-volunteer 501c3 nonprofit, and is seeking technology that will ensure that the doors of the Center will remain open to provide services to the entire community. Office Technology will empower our efforts to streamline our services and include offering job skills programs for the residents of our community.
Mission: The Clearwater MLK Jr Neighborhood Center Coalition is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping the residents of our community with creative solutions to problems.
How many people does your organization serve? 700
Pinellas County, on the West Coast of Central FL was one of the top 3 hardest hit counties in the last recession, and ranked #1 in the state for foreclosures. As a result, the population of homeless families with children increased by just under 300%, with 962 reported in 2008, to 3085 in 2013, according to The FL Dept. of Children and Families (DCF) Council on the Homeless Report June 2013. With county tax revenues down due to foreclosures, the funding for homeless programs has not kept pace with the rapid increase in homeless families, which has not been the typical demographic as related to the homeless. Based on the latest DCF Providers Reports, there are over 6 times more shelters and services available for homeless adults than for children.
Family Promise of Pinellas County is a model program under the guidance of the 20 year old nationally successful Family Promise. There are 187 affiliates across the USA that report a 76% success rate, providing services to over 600,000 people. For every $1 donated, there is a $3 in kind match and 85% of all funds go into the program.
Mission: To help homeless and low income families achieve sustainable independence.
Communities Served: Central & Southern Pinellas County Florida
How many people does your organization serve? 56
This grant will help us further promote our life-giving, counter-cultural message! The WAIT curriculum promotes the emotional and physical benefits to WAITing for marriage and provides the tools to be successful in accomplishing that. The audio-visual technology we currently use in the classroom is quite dated. State-of-the-art projectors, laptops, screens and audio equipment will captivate student audiences. This equipment, as well as high-resolution displays is needed for marketing and fundraising presentations. We use lots of copy services to produce activities and posters for summer programs, clubs and classrooms. We are in desperate need of either a new copier with maintenance services or contract support on a copier that was previously donated from a local organization. New office computers, networking, video conferencing equipment and improved scanning services are imperative for efficiency and cost reduction, as Impact has recently added personnel in Pasco County. Impact would welcome Milner's consulting services and expertise to improve our office productivity and efficiency. Last but not least, rolling cases for equipment would be so helpful since volunteers travel daily to multiple schools and other locations with audio/visual equipment.
Mission: Promote healthy living and relationships to teens through TEEN IMPACT, to parents through the PARENT PROGRAM, and to teachers and youth leaders through CLASSROOM EDUCATION.
Communities Served: Hillsborough and Pasco Counties
How many people does your organization serve? 11,000
Rotary's Camp Florida, Inc. (RCF) hosts camps for many disability groups. Most of the technological devices at the camp are donated and are therefore out dated. The camp currently has one phone line, with one phone, on one desk. Sadly each phone call results in the person receiving the call standing over the other employee’s desk. Additionally, because we host many children with life limiting diseases we really need a land line that our users have access to 24/7 because the locations identified by cellular devices are not always correct. The 911 center has no way of locating our facility if a call is dropped or when service is unavailable. Cellular devices work only in certain locations and are not dependable due to the large cell tower that is situated just beyond the camp. There is no technology in the infirmary and it is badly needed by healthcare professionals.
The camp depends on the generosity of technology experts to assist us when computers have issues or when devices become infected, however we are at the mercy of those that volunteer their services and repairs are not always made in a timely manner, which leaves us unable to complete necessary work.
Mission: To provide special needs user groups with clean, safe, barrier free camping facilities.
Communities Served: Hillsborough, Pinellas, Polk, Pasco, Manatee, Sarasota, and other neighboring counties.
How many people does your organization serve? 3,000
Wounded Warriors in Action Foundation (WWIA) has employees and volunteers all across the country and is desperate for a complete and comprehensive overhaul of our approach to a productive and effective office and information sharing systems. We use a wide variety products in our day to day operations and could use professional advice on what to keep, what to replace and how to better use some of what we already have installed.
It is quite amazing that we are as successful as we are at getting our Heroes out on events and serving that population in a highly professional manner. Through hard work and determination we manage to accomplish our mission, but with your help and guidance, instead, we can work smarter and accomplish so much more in a more efficient manner.
A grant from JumpStart will allow us to add more events to our calendar, serve more Heroes over the year, meet the needs of all our volunteers more effectively, and provide for a stress free work environment for our employees at their 5 different locations.
Mission: Serves our nation's combat wounded Purple Heart recipients by providing world-class outdoor sporting activities to recognize their sacrifice, encourage their independence, and promote their healing.
Communities Served: We provide outdoor events for Wounded Warriors in 35 states across the country
How many people does your organization serve? 200
A Kid's Place has provided over 100,000 bed nights to abused, abandoned, and neglected children since opening our doors in 2009. As our program grows, so does our need for technology. With Milner's help, we would be able to provide better internet security, computers, telephones, and software protection for our children and have a more efficient means of communicating with case managers, teachers, medical professionals, and foster advocates. Milner would be a blessing to our facility and help to make a difference in the lives of foster children, as well as those who protect them and walk them through a very difficult time in their lives.
Most of our systems currently in place are outdated can no longer support our needs (i.e. computers, phone system, and work room). The children in our care need computer access to stay on a par with their school peers, and our phone systems need to be upgraded so we are able to have voicemail, among other features. A grant from Milner would support our program, which helps these children begin to heal from the trauma they've experienced. Please, can Milner help make a difference in the lives of our community's most vulnerable children?
Mission: To provide a safe, loving and nurturing home for foster children in a stable and home-like environment during a critical time of need.
Communities Served: Tampa Bay area
How many people does your organization serve? 1,000
BAMS/PPCA places priority on the classroom needs of teachers and students to ensure taxpayers' dollars are efficiently spent to effectively serve our stakeholders. Students and teachers come first! Due to the priority placed on school-wide instruction and technology in the classroom, the needs of office operations are not at the forefront of purchasing.
Our office is the command central of all school operations. Staff, students, parents and visitors all benefit from the daily functions performed by our office personnel. Our office staff are true professionals who serve our stakeholders using dated equipment without complaint. They are expert troubleshooters!
Not only is the office staff deserving of the technology makeover, our staff and student body merit the award due to their spirit of giving. Over the 14 years of our collective existence, our students, parents and teachers have performed numerous charitable deeds to help our community. Receiving the Milner Office Technology Makeover would be a tangible blessing for our school's selfless and generous desire to give back to others.
We appreciate the opportunity to apply for this award.
Mission: To improve college readiness of students through a rigorous STEM-infused honors program providing an array of support in a small learning environment.
Communities Served: Auburndale, Polk City & areas of Davenport, Lake Alfred, Winter Haven and Lakeland
How many people does your organization serve? 565
We are in need of a new phone system. We rely heavily on our current phone system not only to help us serve our community but for internal communication as well, as our facility is spread out over several buildings. Our current Norstar system is over 20 years old and is starting to die; it will need replacement soon.
Not only does the current system beginning to wear out, but, as we continue to expand our services and programs, we are physically outgrowing our current facility. Within the next 2-3 years we anticipate needing to rent office space offsite in order to accommodate our clients; our Norstar system will not be able to expand with us.
We hope Milner Inc. will be able to assist us through the JumpStart program, as we grow to serve the pets and people in our community.
Mission: To strengthen the bonds between pets and people by offering an enriching environment for our animals, providing learning opportunities for our community, and matching the right animal to the right forever home.
Communities Served: We serve pet owners in Pinellas County, and pet adopters throughout Tampa Bay
How many people does your organization serve? 10,000
The $20,000 Office Technology Makeover would allow Meals On Wheels of Tampa to be more secure and efficient in our daily activities, which would allow us to feed more hungry seniors and homebound across Tampa. Meals On Wheels of Tampa is a private 501(c)3 organization which does not receive any direct government grants or funding. We rely on our generous community and many partnerships for support. Volunteers are the heart of our program. Each day, 66 volunteers give their own time and gas to deliver meals to our 700 homebound recipients. Our services provide improved diet, health, well-being, and increased food security, as all of our recipients know where their next meal is coming from. 8 office staff, 12 kitchen staff, and 3 paid drivers guide our daily efforts. We operate on a lean budget of $2 million dollars, while 87 cents of every dollar donated goes directly back to programming. We are continuously recognized as a 4-Star Charity by Charity Navigator. We are a humble and resourceful organization that could really use some help updating our technology, as we near our 40th anniversary this upcoming March.
Mission: MOWTampa is committed to the mission of nourishing enriching and strengthening the independent lives of seniors and the homebound in Tampa.
Communities Served: Greater Tampa Bay (Lutz, West Tampa, West Chase, Town and Country, Forest Hills, New Tampa, Ybor, Carolwood, Belmar, East Tampa, South Tampa, North Tampa, University, Palm River, Progress Village, Tampa Heights, and more)
How many people does your organization serve? 1,300