Founded in 2001, NaLA has acted to preserve the Lifeline benefits program by educating the public about Lifeline, creating a community of Lifeline providers and distributors, and providing a platform for Lifeline supporters and recipients by acting as an advocate.
South Florida Tech Hub is a vibrant non-profit 501(c)6 membership association continually Building South Florida’s Tech Hub! They are a membership association uniting and building the software, engineering, digital, and information technology industry verticals throughout South Florida. Their core focus is fixed on producing long-term economic impact by attracting new business, supporting startups, and building the talent pool.
Our Mission is to Provide a launchpad to success in computer programming for students ages 6-14 in Palm Beach County. Code Palm Beach is a 501c3 nonprofit organization introducing K-12 Students to computer coding technology in the Palm Beaches. Through monthly events, they create a positive environment that promotes tech, coding, engineering, and robotics education for school age children. The instructors are volunteers from successful tech companies in the Palm Beaches. They include developers from entry level positions to experienced Chief Technology Officers.
Wheels for Humanity is founded as a grassroots effort collecting used wheelchairs in the United States, restoring them by hand to manufacturers’ standards, and then providing them during international service trips where professional occupational and physical therapists volunteer to individually fit people in need. Wheels for Humanity has provided more than 125,000 wheelchairs and other mobility aids, worth more than $44 million.