211 Excited to Announce Awards Finalists For Jewels of the Treasure Coast Event




Lantana, FL, April 28, 2015– 211 HelpLine is pleased to announce the finalists for the Non-Profit Awards, Jewels of the Treasure Coast Luncheon, presented by Publix on May 7th at the Port St. Lucie Civic Center. 211 received over 56 applications from 501(c) (3) organizations up and down the Treasure Coast. The panel of judges scored each application diligently and based on their ratings, here are the finalists:

Alzheimer's Community Care

Big Brothers Big Sisters of St. Lucie, Indian River & Okeechobee Counties, Inc. 

Big Lake Missions Outreach

Boys & Girls Club of Indian River County (Nominated Twice!)

Caring Children Clothing Children


Children's Home Society of Florida, Wave C.R.E.S.T. Shelter

Fort Pierce Jazz & Blues Society

Grace Way Village

Helping Animals Live and Overcome, Inc.

Hibiscus Children's Center

Hibiscus Children's Center

Hospice of Okeechobee, Inc.

House of Hope

Martha's House

Mary's Shelter of the Treasure Coast

Mental Health Association in Indian River County

Solar and Loan Fund of St. Lucie County Inc.  (Nominated Twice!)

The Homeless Family Center

The Humane Society of St. Lucie County

The Inner Truth Project Inc.

The Salvation Army of Martin County, Stuart Corps

The Vanduzer Foundation Inc. /Boy Scouts 772

Treasure Coast Community Health, Inc.

Tykes & Teens (Nominated Twice!)

United Way of St. Lucie County, Inc.

Visiting Nurse Association of The Treasure Coast (VNA)

Zion's Daughters of Distinction Ministries Inc.


All the winners will be announced at the Jewels of the Treasure Coast Luncheon on May 7th at the Port St. Lucie Civic Center. Tickets to attend this celebratory event are only $35 each. To purchase tickets visit www.211nonprofitawards.eventbrite.com or call 561-383-1147.

Sponsors of the event include: Publix, FP&L, PBC Credit Union, The Moulton Agency, Magellan Complete Care and Treasure Coast Newspapers/TCPalm.

211 HelpLine is a non-profit organization, servicing all the Treasure Coast & Palm Beach County. 211 is a confidential, non-judgmental helpline available 24/7 to individuals who find themselves in a situation without knowing whom to contact in order to obtain the information, referrals or answers to the problems they are facing. 211 is essentially the “gateway” to all other health, human service and governmental organizations in the community.

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If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Joshua Daniel at 561-383-1147 or email at Joshua.Daniel@211pbtc.org.

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