As a truly local business, we continue to invest in our community. We’re in this business to help shape the place we’ve all chosen to settle our families and raise our kids. And our good fortune allows us to give back.
The annual Clays for a Cause, our main charity event, brings together employees, trade partners, vendors, and others for a friendly clay-shooting tournament. Since the event began ten years ago, we’ve been able to surpass our fundraising goals every year, thanks to the generosity of our donors. We keep aiming higher, and this year we’re proud and humbled to say we went over the one-million-dollar mark and raised $1,138 340 for over 30 charities that benefit children and families in need. A heartfelt thanks go out to everyone who participates and supports this event which benefits so many in our community.
Seamark Ranch is a nurturing Christian home and family system that give children from families in crisis the tools they need for a brighter future. Through a family home model, a specialized residential school and the lessons of life on a working farm community, Seamark Ranch provides the ideal setting for love, stabilization, healing, education and empowerment.
St. Augustine Youth Services (SAYS) shapes the future of Florida’s at-risk youth by providing coaching, counseling and care in family style therapeutic group homes and outpatient community services.
Builders Care is a faith based nonprofit construction contractor whose mission is to provide affordable to no cost construction services to the elderly, disabled, other nonprofits in Northeast Florida with the kindred purpose of building a better habitat for all. We combine purchased and donated material with volunteer and professional labor to provide cost effective construction to those in need.
INK! leads efforts to directly benefit the educators and students within the St. Johns County School District. Our programs and events strive to provide the tools and resources that are necessary to help each child reach their full potential. Since 1994, ink! (Investing in Kids) has led the effort to cultivate success for students and teachers through funding, initiatives, and inspiration.
A faith-based, nonprofit organization founded in 1997, Alpha-Omega Miracle Home provides shelter, support, and hope to single/expectant mothers, their children, and senior women through a variety of services. Alpha-Omega offers shared living in apartment homes and is in-part supported by its two thrift shops located in St. Augustine and Jacksonville.
- Port In The Storm
- Horse Play
- Boys and Girls Club of NE Florida
- Big Brothers Big Sisters
- Betty Griffin
- St. Gerard
- First Coast Women’s Services
- Jimmy Jam
- Top Shots
- Catholic Charities