Finalists have been named in two categories for the Parrish Medical Center Stars of Space Coast Awards to honor the “stellar work” of nonprofits, which will be presented Sept. 15 by 2-1-1 Brevard. For two Superstar Awards: Kim Frodge of Nana’s House, Brooke Goldfarb of Big Brothers Big Sisters, Guyline Hill of Central Brevard Sharing […]
2-1-1 Brevard specialists logged 2,854 calls in May. About 36 percent — or 1,015 — involved basic needs such as food, shelter and utility bills. Click here to view the report. All “snapshots” for the current fiscal year can be found on the Reports page.
2-1-1 Brevard helpline specialists logged 2,850 calls in April. The top three ZIP codes provided by callers were 32901 in Melbourne, 32780 in Titusville and 32925 in Melbourne. Click here to view the report. All “snapshots” for the current fiscal year can be found on the Reports page.
Free lunches for children will be served throughout Brevard County as part of Florida’s Summer BreakSpot and United Way of Brevard’s Feed and Read. Click here for BreakSpot and here for Feed and Read. Meals are available to anyone 18 or younger. Breakfast also will be served at some sites. Opening dates for BreakSpot sites vary; […]
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In 2016, 2-1-1’s in the U.S. responded to nearly 13.4 million requests for help. In that same period, 2-1-1 Brevard’s total was almost 40,000. Click here for Florida 2-1-1’s results in the annual “Big Count,” compiled by AIRS (Alliance of Information & Referral Systems).
2-1-1 Executive Director Libby Donoghue was nominated for the Zonta Club of Melbourne Yellow Rose Award for Community Service, a part of Florida Tech’s weVenture annual Women Who Rock celebration. Congratulations to Sue Kiley, director of programs at The Women’s Center, who was named the winner at Tuesday’s luncheon. See the program featuring Donoghue, Kiley […]
Space Coast Health Foundation and partners will offer “Dental Day” on April 8 for uninsured adults who need dental extractions. Click here or dial 2-1-1 for information.
More than 15 years ago, our United Way envisioned a day when everyone would know 2-1-1, a community information, referral and crisis line, in the way that we all know 9-1-1. In 2001, as the Federal Communications Commission was changing N-1-1 numbers for specific usages, United Way of Brevard purchased the rights to 2-1-1. After the […]