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NEW Miami Closing Americas Smiling Gap – Free Pediatric Dental Screenings

Dates: Friday, 5/6/22, 1 pm – 5 pm EST. and Saturday, 5/7/22, 11 am – 4 pm EST.
Location: CVS 8765 S. Dixie Hwy, Miami, FL 33143

Join P&G, Crest and Oral-B’s Free Dental Screenings for kids in Miami. Registration is strongly encouraged.

NEW Warrior Wednesday: Gold Star Families – More than Heroes

Date: Wednesday, 5/18/22
Time: 5:30pm – 7pm EST.
Location: 3250 SW 3rd Avenue, Miami, FL 33129, United Way Miami Ryder Room

Join Mission United for Warrior Wednesday Gold Star Families – More than Heroes.  The term Gold Star Family is a modern reference that comes from the Service Flag. Families first flew these flags/banners during World War I. The flag included a blue star for every immediate family member serving in the armed forces of the United States, during any period of war or hostilities, which engaged the armed forces of the United States. If that loved one died, a gold star replaced the blue star. This allowed members of the community to know the price that the family had paid in the cause of freedom.  Nothing can adequately prepare a family for the news that a loved one has died while serving our country, just as nothing can erase the pain caused by that loss. During this special Warrior Wednesday, we will get a chance to pay honor to those who gave the ultimate sacrifice and hear from the families who carry the torch of their loved one in their hearts. We will also get a chance to hear how we as a community can offer our support to a brave group that carries the legacy of our fallen heroes. To register for this free session, click here.

NEW United Way Miami Center for Excellence Now Accepting Applications

Our nationally recognized United Way Center for Excellence (CFE) in Early Education Demonstration School, Educare of Miami-Dade is now accepting applications for preschool students ages 3 to 4 for the 2022-2023 school year. The Demonstration School seeks to elevate the quality of early care and education in Miami-Dade and beyond. The program is designed to stimulate young minds and deepen children’s investigation of the world around them, preparing them cognitively, physically and emotionally to enter school eager and ready to learn. For more information, visit United Way Center for Excellence.

NEW Become a United Way Impact Council Volunteer today!

As a volunteer, you will work with one of four Impact Councils and will be part of driving the strategic plan that guides our work in the areas of education, financial stability and health. Not only will you have the opportunity to network with like-minded individuals from the public and private sectors, but most importantly, you will also learn about the challenges facing our community, identify solutions and evaluate program investments to ensure they are making a sustainable change, while understanding the key public policy issues influencing our community today. Join our mission to build a #StrongerMiami. Sign up today at

NEW AMERANT BANK 5K benefiting United Way Miami

Date: Saturday, 5/14/22
TIME: 7:30 am EST
Location: Coral Gables City Hall, 405 Biltmore Way, Coral Gables 33134

The AMERANT BANK 5K to benefit United Way Miami takes participants through the beautiful city of Coral Gables. The race starts and ends at the City of Coral Gables Historic City Hall with a festive post-race party  near the City Hall area. A fun-filled day awaits runners, walkers, athletes, families and wellness enthusiasts. To register, visit United Way Miami.

To learn more about @amerantbank, visit

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

The impact of the novel Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) is challenging us all to adjust, learn, respond and serve. As nonprofit and civic and community providers, let us help one another stay informed and connected.

Miami-Dade continues to monitor and share information shared by Miami-Dade County, Florida Department of Health, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Learning and assessing the impact on our agencies, people and families, and the community we serve is a priority. United Way welcomes your insights about emerging needs and our community’s growing response. Be a part of our community’s collective response – visit and share United Way’s VolunteerMiami portal to sign up to volunteer and/or create and manage your own projects, recruit volunteers and access volunteer data. If and when necessary, events may be cancelled, postponed or rescheduled.  All dates, deadlines and opportunities posted in this month’s News & Resources are subject to change. Please contact individual agencies for information about their posts. For updates, information on resources, services and volunteer opportunities, visit United Way Miami.

Community Announcements & Events

NEW Veteran Upward Bound Trio

Veteran Upward Bound (VUB) is here to help our Veteran community return or start College for the first time!  Veteran Upward Bound is a no cost federally funded program that assist the Miami Dade County Veterans population with postsecondary or vocational enrollment. For veterans who wish to return to school our program provides our eligible participants with the following: A monthly stipend, Online refresher courses with face-to-face tutoring, Test preparation and academic support, Advising & case management with a student success coach (SSC), School essential supplies, and Mobile services provided to veterans throughout the community.  Some essential criteria to qualify for our services include that the applicant must have at least 180 days’ worth of service, DD214 with a discharge status other than dishonorable.  For more information visit Veterans Upward Bound and to apply click here.

NEW Warrior Resiliency Scholarship

Mission United is currently taking applications for the Warrior Resiliency Scholarship Program for a limited number of scholarships available to veterans and reservist alike who are interested in receiving training in high demand industries. For more information email Mission United at

NEW LCA’s Ninth Conference: A Life Without Memory: Latinos & Alzheimer’s

Date: Wednesday, 5/11/22
Time: 10am – 1:30pm EST.
Location: 1000 NW 8th Avenue, Hallandale Beach, FL 33009, Hepburn Senior Center Broward

Focusing on elder issues that impact the Latino community, the Latino Center on Aging and several other prestigious organizations are conducting its ninth conference on Alzheimer’s Disease for South Florida area residents in Spanish. The purpose is to inform, educate and train all who are involved in the care of persons with Alzheimer’s disease. The conference provides a unique forum for the elderly and caregivers to discuss important issues on a one-on-one basis, offering a great opportunity to network with knowledgeable experts and those in need. To register click here.

NEW Training Program for Banking-Related Positions

Resume Submission Deadline: Wednesday, 5/11/22
Program Start Date: Tuesday, 5/17/22

Looking for a job training program? Interested in transitioning to a career in banking/financial services?

The Overtown Youth Center is recruiting individuals (ages 18 and older) to participate in a 6-week, Latinos in Finance training program.  Participation in the program is free and will include 6 weeks of interactive classes (two days per week) focused on customer service skills, better understanding of personal finances, roles of banking professionals, cashing handling and counterfeit currency, safety and security protocols, and interview preparation.  Most sessions will be online and approximately 3 sessions will be in-person. The program also provides opportunities to network with representatives from local banks and financial institutions, to fine-tune your resume, and to assist in searching and applying for jobs in this field. Upon completion of the program, graduates will receive a free laptop. For more information, visit Overtown Youth Center.

NEW Google Career Certificates

CareerSource South Florida is offering an opportunity for the Google Career Certificate/Scholarship Program. The Google Career Certificate program can help you get on the fast track to a competitively paid job in a high-growth field. You don’t need relevant experience or a degree to complete this flexible, online job training. Just put the skills, passion, and ambition you already have to work.  Explore what the program has to offer at Learn more about how the Google Career Certificates work to put you on the path to in-demand jobs. Get free access to the Google Career Certificate program through Career Source South Florida.

NEW Need Help Paying for Child Care/Early Education?

Early Learning Coalition is helping low income families pay for the high cost of quality early care and education by offering the following programs; School Readiness, Free Voluntary Prekindergarten, Early Head Start, and the Warm-line.  For more information visit Early Learning Coalition.

NEW NAMI Peer to Peer (Free)

Date: Every Thursday (Beginning 5/19/22)
Time: 6pm – 8:30pm EST.
Location: Via Zoom

NAMI Miami-Dade County is offering 8 session program for adults (18+) with a mental health condition, who are looking to understand their condition and find a path to recovery.  The program will help participants; create a personal relapse prevention plan, learn how to interact with health care professional, development confidence for making decisions and reduce stress, understand the impact of symptoms on your life, and access Miami-Dade area resources to help maintain wellness. To register click here.

NEW Miami Gardens Youth Music Festival

Date: Saturday, 5/21/22
Time: 3pm EST.
Location: 3000 NW 199th Street, Miami Gardens, FL 33056, Betty T. Ferguson Amphitheater

Get ready to jam at the 1st edition of the Miami Gardens Youth Music Festival, featuring the next generation of music artists from Miami Gardens and beyond! It will be an afternoon of music, food, and community. To register visit, The Miami Gardens Music Alliance.

NEW Free Temporary Protected Status (TPS) Assistance for Haitians

Sant La Haitian Neighborhood Center is offering free Temporary Protected Status (TPS) assistance for Haitians. To find out if you are eligible, contact Sant La at (305) 573-4871.

Health Care for Our Nation’s Heroes and Their Families

Nova Southeastern University (NSU) Health Veterans Access Clinic once again is proud to offer many of their services to qualifying veterans and their family members for little or no cost. Those who served our country deserve nothing but the best. NSU Health is dedicated to supporting the needs of veterans and their families through the NSU Veterans Access Clinic. We offer 360° health care services with specialized staff experienced in caring for veterans.  For more information visit Nova Southeastern University Health.

Paid Apprenticeship Program and Employment-Automotive

The Warren Henry Auto Group Apprenticeship Program offers paid employment that blends classroom instruction and on-the-job training toward becoming an Automotive Services Technician. Upon completion of this 2-year program, participants will have an opportunity to continue employment at Warren Henry Auto Group.  They will also earn a certificate issued by the Florida Department of Education recognized by the U.S. Department of Labor. This program is sponsored by the Miami Dade College Apprenticeship Program in partnership with CareerSource South Florida and Miami Community Ventures.  Click here for information and application; go to “SEE IF I QUALIFY and complete a short questionnaire. For questions, contact the MDC Department of Career and Technical Education at 305-237-7209 or

305 Partners (SafeLink)

305 Partners is an ISO (independent sales organization) focusing on serving underprivileged communities with free or low-cost solutions in the telecom sector.  SafeLink is the #1 Lifeline Program in the country! Through the US Government’s LifeLine program, we are able to provide free phones with free service to qualifying applicants. For more information visit 305 Partners.

Corporate-Level Health Benefits – Small Businesses

The Greater Miami Chamber and AvMed have partnered to bring Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce members, with two to 50 eligible employees, corporate-level health benefits at prices a small business can afford. For more information, visit Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce.

Healthy minds-Healthy lives – FREE Virtual Support Group

Date:  The 4th Wednesday of every month
Time: 3 pm EST
Location: Virtual

Are you struggling with stress and seeking the support of others with similar experiences? Sanitas Medical Center Florida BeWell program is offering a Healthy Minds – Healthy Lives free virtual emotional support group with facilitator Maria Gutierrez, MSW.  For more information contact Sanitas Medical Center at or 786-785-2282 /844-665-4827.

COVID-19 vaccinations

Miami-Dade County and Miami-Dade County Public Schools have teamed up to provide the first or second dose of the Pfizer vaccine. Miami-Dade County is coordinating closely with hospital and healthcare partners, the State of Florida, cities and private partners to vaccinate members of our community against the coronavirus (COVID-19) as quickly, safely and equitably as possible. Homebound individuals can register online to be contacted to schedule a vaccination appointment at home. For more homebound information, call (833) 930-3672 or email For a list of locations or to schedule an appointment for faster onsite service, go to

SingleCare (formerly FamilyWize) Prescription Drug Discount Cards available

United Way Miami partners with SingleCare (formerly known as FamilyWize) to provide community members with access to affordable prescription medications, ensuring greater health and financial stability. To request prescription cards, visit SingleCare.

Mental health services for children

Institute for Child and Family Health provides mental health services for children, adolescents and families in Miami-Dade County. Services may be provided in the home, at the child’s school or at one of the ICFH clinics. For more information about these services as well as other programs and services offered by ICFH, please visit our website at

Free Counseling for first-time homebuyers/homeowners

Centro Campesino is offering FREE counseling for first-time homebuyers or homeowners facing foreclosure. All counseling is done virtually. For more information, contact Centro Campesino Housing Department at or call Ilia Mendoza at (305) 245-7738.

Children’s Bereavement Center Perinatal and Infant Loss Grief Support Group

Date: Tuesdays
Time: 7 – 8:30 pm
Location: Virtual

As a result of COVID-19 and the need for social distancing, people are growing more comfortable with accessing services of all kinds using video platforms. This has allowed Children’s Bereavement Center (CBC) to address the needs of families. Parents that suffered a miscarriage or lost an infant are often grappling with unique issues including guilt, fertility and/or whether to try to get pregnant again. To help these parents, CBC has developed a special online support facilitated by two mental health professionals experienced in pregnancy, infertility and grief. CBC also published an article, Compassionate Tips to Help Cope with The Death of a Baby, that may be of some help to those providing support to a parent who has had this type of loss. FREE Perinatal and Infant Loss Grief Support Group open to grieving mothers (and their partner) who have suffered perinatal loss (miscarriage, stillbirth, neonatal death) or infant loss, must be 18 years or older to participate. Group meets via Zoom for 90 minutes and is available in English and Spanish. Age-appropriate virtual grief support groups are also available to other children in the family.

Hebrew Free Loan Association of Miami provides financial help during pandemic

In response to the coronavirus pandemic, the Hebrew Free Loan Association of Miami, a federation program, is providing interest-free emergency loads to qualified Jewish borrowers in need in Miami-Dade County. The emergency loans, up to $3,000, can help with expenses related to the pandemic, such as lost wages due to being unable to go to work, related medical expenses and more. For more information, visit Greater Miami Jewish Federation.

SafeLink helping you stay healthy

SafeLink Wireless® has partnered with to provide 24/7 professional medical assistance, including unlimited telemedicine access to call a doctor or nurse through video conferencing and free written prescriptions to your local pharmacy. SafeLink Wireless® is also a LifeLine supported service, a government benefit program. Only eligible consumers may enroll in LifeLine and proof of income or program participation may be required for enrollment. LifeLine service is nontransferable and limited to one per household. For more information, visit SafeLink Wireless.

Domestic Violence in Times of COVID-19 awareness campaign

The Women’s Fund Miami-Dade has launched Domestic Violence in Times of COVID-19, an extensive outdoor and digital awareness campaign to provide support to victims of violence. The campaign raises awareness as well as gets the word out to those who are experiencing abuse to know services are available 24/7, and to encourage them to escape, report, or seek the services they need through the Miami-Dade County’s Coordinated Victim’s Assistance Center (CVAC) helpline (305) 285-5900. For more information, visit Women’s Fund Miami-Dade.

FREE Mental Health Wellness support groups

Date: Mondays –  Fridays
Time:  Times varies
Location: Virtual

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Miami-Dade Support Groups are available online and by phone. Groups are available in English, Spanish and Creole for individuals with mental health conditions and/or for their family members. In addition, bilingual parents/caregivers will be available on Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings.  For more information, including wellness support group schedules, please visit NAMI Miami.

Children’s Bereavement Center grief support groups

Date: Monday through Friday
Time: Times vary
Location: Virtual

Children’s Bereavement Center (CBC) is providing FREE virtual grief support groups for all ages. Studies show that 25 percent of children will experience the death of a significant loved one by high school graduation, and for 1 in 5, their loss will be a parent. After a loss, children and teens are vulnerable to suffer symptoms such as suicidal thoughts, social isolation, strained peer interaction, physical complaints, sleep disturbances/nightmares, and school difficulties. Groups meet virtually weekly and are facilitated by masters level mental health professionals. These services are open to anyone who has suffered a loss as a result of illness, accident, suicide or homicide. To find a location throughout Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach call (888) 988-5438 and you will be linked to a group. Registration is required via phone. For more information, visit Children’s Bereavement Center.

Florida KidCare Coalition

The Florida KidCare Coalition of Miami-Dade is offering enrollment assistance for families who have recently lost health coverage or have had a change of income. Assistance is available in English, Spanish and Creole.  For more information, visit Florida KidCare Coalition.

Free Pediatric health care and mental health services

UHealth’s Pediatric Mobile Clinic is offering pediatric health care and mental health services for children without insurance at no charge. Services provided include: well child exams, sports/school physicals, immunizations and urgent care. Screenings are offered for: vision impairments, hearing impairments, dental problems, tuberculosis, development problems and nutritional problems. The Mobile Clinic visits neighborhoods throughout Miami-Dade County and operates from 9 am to 2 pm on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. For the Mobile Clinic’s location schedule and flyers available in English, Spanish and Creole, visit UHealth Pediatric Mobile Clinic. Appointments are preferred and can be made by calling (305) 243-6407.

Funding & In-Kind Resources

NEW Caplan Foundation for Early Childhood Grants Program

Letter of Intent Deadline Date: Tuesday, 5/31/22

The foundation is inviting letters of intent in the following categories:

  1. Early Childhood Welfare: Projects that aim to perfect child-rearing practices and identify models that can provide creative, caring environments in which all young children thrive.
  2. Early Childhood Education and Play: The foundation aims to improve the quality of early childhood teaching by developing innovative curricula and research-based pedagogical standards and designing imaginative play materials and learning environments.
  3. Parenting Education: The foundation supports programs that teach parents about developmental psychology, cultural child-rearing differences, pedagogy, health issues, prenatal care and diet, and programs that provide cognitive and emotional support to parents.

Letters of intent must be received by the deadline date, and selected applicants will be invited to submit a full application. For more information, visit Caplan Foundation for Early Childhood.

NEW Youth Justice Reform Project(s) Led by Youth and/or Young Adults

Letter of Intent Deadline Date: Wednesday, 5/18/22 by 2:00pm EST.
Proposal Deadline Date: Friday, 5/27/22

The Annie E. Casey Foundation invites proposals for youth justice reform projects led by youth and/or young adults. Projects should be guided by two or more young people between the ages of 15 and 26 who have been involved in the juvenile justice system. Priority areas for projects include restorative justice and practices, prevention practices that divert youth from initial contact with the juvenile justice system, expansion of community-based support for young people already engaged in the juvenile justice system, and/or solutions identified by youth or community members with direct experience with the justice system. The scope of projects can be local, statewide, or national. Selected grantees should be able to demonstrate youth leadership and authentic youth-adult partnership throughout their work, such as the ability to partner with young people in decision making and project development, and a clear commitment to the professional and personal development of young people. Nonprofit organizations with 501(c)(3) status or with a fiscal sponsor with 501(c)(3) status are eligible. Two to four grants ranging between $25,000 and $50,000 will be awarded. A pre-bid conference will be held on May 11, 2022, at 2:00 p.m. EST, with the intent to apply by the deadline date. For more information, visit The Annie E. Casey Foundation.

NEW Nasdaq Foundation Quarterly Grant Program

Application Deadline Date: Tuesday, 5/31/22

The foundation invites applications to its quarterly grant program, which will award funding to empower diverse investors such as organizations or programs that enhance financial literacy among women and underrepresented communities or improve access to knowledge and tools among women and underrepresented communities; and to support diverse entrepreneurs with the resources to strengthen and scale their businesses and contribute to the prosperity of society, including organizations and programs that equip women and diverse founders with mentoring and resources, and improve access to capital for women and diverse founders. Eligible applicants include tax-exempt as defined by section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and for-profit businesses or consultants acting on behalf of a qualified tax-exempt entity. In addition, if the grant is awarded, a representative of the tax-exempt entity must sign the grant agreement, and the grant will be paid to the tax-exempt entity. For more information, visit Nasdaq Foundation.

NEW Transitional Living Program

Deadline Date: Jun 23, 2022

The Transitional Living Program (TLP) provides safe, stable, and appropriate shelter for runaway and homeless youth ages 16 to under 22 for up to 18 months and, under extenuating circumstances, can be extended to 21 months. TLPs provide comprehensive services that supports the transition of homeless youth to self-sufficiency and stable, independent living. Through the provision of shelter and an array of comprehensive services, TLP youth will realize improvements in four core outcome areas (i.e., safe and stable housing, education/employment, permanent connections, and social and emotional well-being). Eligible applicants include Native American tribal organizations (other than Federally recognized tribal governments), City or township governments, special district governments, Independent school districts, Nonprofits that do not have a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS, other than institutions of higher education, Public and State controlled institutions of higher education, State government, Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS, other than institutions of higher education, Private institutions of higher education, Native American tribal governments (Federally recognized), County governments, Public housing authorities/Indian housing authorities. Award Ceiling: $250,000.  For more information, visit US Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children & Families.

NEW The Miami Foundation Digital Equity Grant Opportunity

Deadline Date: Wednesday, 5/18/22

The Miami Foundation (TMF) is thrilled to launch this first-ever Digital Equity Grant program as part of the Miami Connected initiative working toward a more technologically inclusive Greater Miami. In partnership with Achieve Miami and our generous funding partners, this grant program seeks to invest in organizations advancing digital equity in their communities by ensuring community members have access to technology-related resources and opportunities as well as the skills needed to leverage technology in their daily lives. Interested IRS 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations are encouraged to review the program guidelines, join the informational webinar on April 15, and consider submitting an application. For more information, visit The Miami Foundation.

NEW Truist Foundation and MIT Solve Inspire Awards

Deadline Date: Friday, 5/13/22

The awards program seeks organizations driving a new frontier for entrepreneurship across the U.S. Bold solutions with transformational potential that span across a range of challenges faced by small business owners are welcomed. Examples are connecting small business owners and key stakeholders such as investors, local policy makers, and mentors with the relevant experience to improve coordination, collaboration, and knowledge bases within the small business ecosystem; advocating for and shaping policy that supports small business owners and/or place-based efforts in their geographic areas, including increased access to resources, removal of structural barriers, and access to infrastructure (i.e., broadband); etc. A cohort of seven finalists will be chosen to move to the finalist stage and participate in a capacity-building, wraparound support program that will include a comprehensive needs assessment. Program provides access to a network of resource partners, mentors, and coaches across industries and sectors, learning and development modules aimed at refining business model, theory of change, and plans for scaling. In addition, finalists will receive an invitation to participate in Solve’s annual flagship Solve at MIT event held in May each year; a monitoring and evaluation track to support finalist teams in building their impact measurement practice; a peer-to-peer network to build a community of practice with dedicated spaces to convene throughout the duration of the support program, that includes a “Solveathon” workshop focused on refining the finalist solutions and pitch consultation to help finalists prepare for the event, and wraparound services including an invitation to a two-day Truist Leadership Institute Retreat in 2023. At the conclusion of program, seven finalists will be invited to a pitch event to present their solutions in front of distinguished judges for the chance to win $250,000 for the first-place winner; $150,000 for the second-place winner; $75,000 for the audience favorite; and $25,000 for each runner up team. Eligible applicants include those that hold a registered 501(c)(3) status with the IRS and are headquartered and currently deployed in at least one U.S. state. For more information and to apply, click here.

Trainings & Conferences

NEW Free Prevention Education Webinars from Kristi House

Join community service providers at these free upcoming online trainings:

  • Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children 101: May 24
  • What Every Adult Needs to Know About Child Sexual Abuse: May 26
  • Children and Traumatic Stress: June 21
  • Hurricanes: Supporting Families Through Trauma: June 7

To register click here.

NEW YW Strive: Digital Instruction & Hands-on Computer Training

Dates: Tuesdays & Thursdays (Free 8 week program)
Time: 10am – 3pm EST (Early Morning Class & Afternoon)
Location: Miami Dade Wolfson Campus (The Learning Spot)

Join the YWCA South Florida YW STRIVE Digital Instruction & Hands-on Computer Training is a career development and training program in basic digital technology skills designed to assist women and men overcoming employment barriers. To register, visit YWCA.

NEW Scale Your Impact Virtual Training Series

Workshop training dates: Tuesday, 5/10/22
Time: Noon – 2pm EST
Location: Virtual

S-Impact presents a series of 2-hour, virtual workshops focused on the Scaling Up methodology. Hosted by Scaling Up Coach Gil Bonwit and Elise Scheck Bonwit, nonprofit leaders will learn to  sharpen their leadership skills, align their team with the vision, and bring in the funds needed to achieve their goals. Remaining sessions: Execution: Develop a Strategic Advantage Over Your Competitors; and Cash: Accelerate Cash Flow to Fuel Your Impact. For more information and to register, visit S-Impact.

UPDATED Parent-to-Parent of Miami workshops

Workshop dates: Tuesday, 5/10/22 through Friday, 12/16/22
Time: Time varies per workshop
Location: Virtual

Parent-to-Parent of Miami is a community parent resource center for families of children and adults with all types of disabilities. Parent-to-Parent works to make information, workshops and other resources to help make decisions about early intervention, early childhood, education, vocational training, employment, college opportunities, as well as the laws that protect the rights of children and adults with disabilities, available to parents and professionals. Parent-to-Parent has regular workshops on a variety of topics, including Individualized Education Plans (IEPs), 504 plans, making the right decision about your child’s educational placement and more. Virtual workshops are available in both English and Spanish. For more information, visit Parent-to-Parent of Miami.

Survive & Thrive Skills Training for children and youth

Trainings: One to six-hour programs available weekly

YouthAlert! (YA) Program is offering the Survive & Thrive Skills Training for children and youth on comprehensive violence prevention. All content is age-appropriate with subjects including: bullying; self-harm; child abuse; peer, dating and school violence, among others. The program, school-based or out-of-school time, is available for elementary, middle and high schools. For more information or to schedule a training, visit YouthAlert! or call (859) 494-3677.

Epilepsy Florida free seizure recognition and first-aid trainings

Epilepsy Florida is offering free seizure recognition and first-aid trainings to community agencies and organizations as well as the general population throughout Florida. These valuable trainings aim to bring awareness to this chronic condition, help individuals recognize different types of seizures and provide seizure first-aid training to empower individuals to provide support to a person suffering from a seizure or living with the condition. All trainings will be provided virtually via Zoom. To schedule a training for yourself, staff, family or friends, email your request with a date and time that would work for you to prevention& For more information, visit Epilepsy Florida.

Nonprofit Careers

NEW Learn more about open positions at Carrfour Supportive Housing

Visit Carrfour Supportive Housing to view all of their current openings, including peer specialist, housing stability coordinator, maintenance worker/housekeeper, resident services coordinator, property manager, administrative assistant.

NEW Learn more about open positions at Baptist Health

Visit Baptist Health to view all of their current openings, including pool registered nurse, Orthopedics; patient care supervisor nurse supervisor, Women Infants Unit; clinical partner 2 (CNA), Med/Surg Cardiac.

NEW Learn more about open positions at University of Florida/ IFAS Extension (UF/IFAS Extension)

Visit UF/IFAS Extension to view all of their current openings, including nutrition educator. To apply contact Lunique St Hilaire, Extension Program Manager at

NEW Learn more about open positions at Overtown Youth Center

Visit Overtown Youth Center to view all of their current openings, including workforce development specialist, in school coordinator, intervention coordinators.

NEW Learn more about open positions at Healthy Little Havana

Visit Health Little Havana to view all of their current openings, including social determinants of health and health equity director, community liaison, volunteer board of director member.

NEW Learn more about open postions at Easterseals South Florida

Visit Easterseals South Florida to view all of their current openings including community outreach coordinator, chief financial officer, summer teacher assistant, summer teacher, administrative assistant, Miami.

NEW Learn more about open positions at Health Council of South Florida

Visit Health Council of South Florida (HCSF) to view all of their current openings, including community health planner, program manager. Full-time and temporary, part-time positions are available. If you are interested in applying, please submit a cover letter and resume/CV to: Vanessa Naranjo, Director of Operations at

NEW Learn more about open positions at Miami VA Healthcare System

Visit Miami VA Healthcare System to view all of their current openings, including secretary, Office Automation; supervisory social worker, program analyst, senior police officer.

NEW Learn more about open positions at Broward County

Visit Broward County to view all of their current openings, including ada administrator/HIPAA privacy officer, administrative officer, airport facilities maintenance superintendent, assistant chief resilience officer, assistant director of risk management.

NEW Learn more about open positions at University of Miami Health System

Visit University of Miami Health System to view all of their current openings including project manager IT, research assistant intern, SURF Program; accounts payable rep., director, Business Intelligence Miami.

NEW Learn more about open positions at Kristi House

Visit Kristi House to view all of their current openings including clinical assessment therapist, family advocate, project gold transportation coordinator, mental health therapist, youth advocate – project gold. Send resume and cover letter to

NEW Learn more about open positions at Center for Family and Child Enrichment

Visit Center for Family and Child Enrichment to view all of their current openings, including, youth care worker – PT, supervised visitation specialist, front office assistant, Miami Gardens; certified dependency case manager, educational specialist, Miami.

NEW Learn more about open positions at Jewish Community Services

Visit Jewish Community Services to view all of their current openings, including volunteer coordinator, digital communications manager, full charge bookkeeper, rabbi and director of spiritual care, associate director of development.


NEW Learn more about open positions at Centro Campesino

Visit Centro Campesino to view all of their current openings, including teacher, strategic planning consultant, senior activities specialist/coordinator, maintenance specialist, housing development consultant, weatherization (WAP) coordinator, executive assistant, director of resource and communication, teacher, HUD-certified housing counselor.

NEW Learn more about open positions at United Way Miami

Visit United Way Miami to view all of our current openings, including senior manager, Marketing, associate director, Marketing, senior coordinator, Community Impact, administrator, Community Impact & Training, associate director, engagement, senior development officer, senior administrator, EAM.

NEW Learn more about open positions at Branches

Visit Branches to view all of their current openings, including financial coach, manaer, Community ID; associate manager, Accounts Payable; grow & climb manager, Lakeview; micro-business coach, administrator & Data processor.

NEW Learn more about open positions at Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Miami

Visit Catholic Charities of Archdiocese of Miami to view all of their current openings, including teacher aid high school northeast, Centro Hispano Catolico; program director, Wilton Manors; case manager high school, Centro Hispano Catolico.

NEW Learn more about open positions at Chapman Partnership

Visit Chapman Partnership to view all of their current openings, including resident care technician, food service assistant, community housing specialist, case manager, maintenance custodian, Miami.

NEW Learn more about open positions at Goodwill Industries

Visit Goodwill Industries to view all of their current openings, including general maintenance worker, industrial engineer, floor technician, system & network engineer III.

Special Programs & Ongoing Initiatives

VolunteerMiami: United Way Miami

Volunteer your time and talent. Take part in creating long-lasting change in our community through a wide range of volunteer opportunities with United Way and our community partners. For more information or to volunteer, visit VolunteerMiami.


United Way MISSION UNITED is a single point of entry for veterans to access the help they need at no cost. Connecting them to a coordinated network of community partners that provide services that include job training and opportunities, affordable housing, legal resources, financial services. MISSION UNITED is dedicated to empowering veterans and their families to lead productive lives in the community.  If you’re one of the thousands of veterans who call Miami home, and you’re in need of a network of free support services to help you get re-acclimated to civilian life, contact MISSION UNITED. For more information, visit United Way MISSION UNITED or call (305) 646-7130.

Grant Opportunities

If you’re an organization in Miami-Dade looking for funding, we’re here to help.

At this time we have no grant opportunities available.