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Our Charities for 2015
Child's Play
Founded in 2003,  Penny-arcade set up and organized Child’s Play, a game industry charity dedicated to improving the lives of children with toys and games in our network of over 60 hospitals worldwide. In five short years, you as a community have answered the call and come together to raise millions of dollars.  
Since the 2003 launch, over 100,000 gamers worldwide have banded together through Child’s Play, a community based charity grown and nurtured from the game culture and industry. Over 7 million dollars in donations of toys, games, books and cash for sick kids in children’s hospitals across North America and the world have been collected since its inception.

This year, Child's Play Charity has continued expanding across the country and the globe. With over 70 partner hospitals and more arriving every year.

When gamers give back, it makes a difference!

2010 Marked our first year with Child's Play Charity.  We are honored to continue to be affiliated with them year after year. 
The Kind Mouse

The Kind Mouse Productions

Vision: Provide the dignity of a safety net for local people who are working to transition to prosperity.

Purpose Statement: To feed, educate and house local families while they are creating the resources to sustain themselves.

Value Statement: No one should ever go hungry.

Mission Statement: Our mission is to assist families in transition and their chronically hungry children. No hardworking individual should ever feel despair due to economic hardships beyond their control. Everyone has a right to feel safe and secure in their own homes. And ... No one should ever go hungry.

Contact the Kind Mouse for Appointments to our Food Pantry. 
(727) 528-8975

The Florida Bat Conservatory

The Florida Bat Conservancy (previously known as the Florida Bat Center) is a private non-profit organization established for the purpose of protecting and preserving Florida bats. The most important element in a strategy to protect misunderstood wildlife is public education. To help overcome the myths and misunderstandings surrounding bats, the Conservancy provides educational programs for schools, libraries, nature parks and environmental organizations. The Conservancy works with state and local agencies on bat conservation projects throughout Florida. Our staff consults with home and business owners that have bats in their buildings and advises them on how they can be excluded from the building  without harm. Volunteers rescue and care for Injured and orphaned bats found on the ground or in abnormal locations. By networking with wildlife rehabilitators around the state we can find help for an injured bat found almost anywhere in Florida. The organization also conducts independent research and surveys to learn more about the abundance and health of bats in Florida.