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We take pride in giving back to the community by contributing to local nonprofit charities to help them in pursuit of their goals. Our philosophy on giving is simple. We believe that our biggest impact can be felt best at the local level.

The Track Shack Foundation

The Track Shack Foundation contributes to sports and organized athletic programs that offer children structure and goals, which are vital to mental and physical development. Because we believe that now, more than ever, youths in our communities are battling serious challenges. Unfortunately, many schools have to cut back or even eliminate sports/athletic programs due to lack of funding. It is our intention that through financial support of youth athletic programs throughout the community, we will help sustain these important programs for children. Programs that build self-esteem and confidence, foster healthy and wholesome habits, and develop leadership and cooperation skills.

For more information about the Track Shack Foundation, please click here or visit

Seminole County Association of Police Explorers

Seminole County Association of Police Explorers is a youth run program, which reaches out to young males and females between the ages of 14-21, and allows them the opportunity to become leaders within the organization. They believe as an organization that the youth who are influenced today will become the law enforcement officers of tomorrow.

Law Enforcement Explorer programs are chartered by the Boy Scouts of America as Learning for Life program and sponsored by local law enforcement entities.

For more information about the Seminole County Association of Police Explorers, please click here or visit

Central Florida Council, Boy Scouts of America

Scouting has grown in meeting the needs of today's youth.  Many of our community leaders credit their Scouting background for their progress, exemplary character and citizenship.

Today's program begins with boys in the first grade and includes young men and women in the high school aged Exploring program.  Teaching youth and adults to make value judgments and the importance of traditional values continue to make the Scouting program strong.

The leadership of the council is dedicated to continue to expand the Scouting movement and to continue to be a proactive organization.

For more information about the Central Florida Council, Boy Scouts of America, please click here or visit

Down Syndrome Association of Central Florida

The Down Syndrome Association of Central Florida is a not-for-profit association, founded in 1991, by parents of children with Down syndrome. It has grown from a few families to over 9,000 individuals, families and supporters. The Association is governed by a volunteer board of directors (more than 50% have a family member with Down syndrome.), and serves more than 850 families in the 7-county, Central Florida area.

Down Syndrome Association of Central Florida is the leading voice for individuals with Down syndrome and their families. They offer hope, encouragement and acceptance through advocacy, education and awareness so that each may realize their potential as members of our community.

Fore more information about the Down Syndrome Association of Central Florida, please click here or visit

American Red Cross

The American Red Cross, a humanitarian organization led by volunteers and guided by its Congressional Charter and the Fundamental Principles of the International Red Cross Movement, will provide relief to victims of disaster and help people prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies. 

For more information about the American Red Cross, please click here or visit

The Gamez Foundation


3-Time PGA Tour Winner, Robert Gamez, has spent his entire career giving back to the communities where he has lived. Since his rookie year in 1990, Robert has given over $1,000,000 to various children’s charities in Las Vegas and Orlando.

Living in Orlando, Robert Gamezhas chosen 4C, Community Coordinated Care for Children as his main beneficiary.

4C is a resource for Central Florida families and children, providing voluntary Pre-K and after school daycare.  Their mission is to empower the community for its future through developing, coordinating and strengthening programs that care for children.  “4C is a great tool for Central Florida families who are struggling,” said Gamez.  “Educating children is one of he best ways to ensure a productive adult.”

For more information about the Team Gamez Foundation, please click here or visit

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