American Heritage Girls is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the mission of building women of integrity through service to God, family, community and country.
Male mentorship program for ages 7-17 offered the first and third weekend of each month.
Helps young people achieve positive life outcomes using a youth development program that helps to promote leadership, character, health, and career development.
Cathedral Arts employs instructors to provide twice-weekly instruction in visual arts, dance, theater, and music during the afterschool hours.
Youth programs for the Jewish community.
Game-based coding for kids ages 7-14 in St. Johns.
Communities In Schools of Jacksonville is the leading dropout prevention organization helping kids successfully learn, stay in school, and prepare for life.
The Florence N. Davis Child Development Center, After School Programs, and Summer Camp.
Children’s hair salon.
Kids Book Club & Donut Shop
Some examples of 4-H projects; public speaking, horses, computers, rocketry, theater arts, training a guide dog puppy, fashion design & construction, environmental education, and community service/service learning.
A club designed to be a safe space for children and teens to be able to discuss their love of comics, manga, and other fictional media with their peers.
The Girl Scout Leadership Experience is designed to challenge and prepare girls for their future.
Girls Incorporated of Jacksonville is dedicated to girls aged 6 and up to be self-confident, responsible, and well-rounded individuals.
In an effort to reduce juvenile crime and instill positive values, character and leadership skills, PAL provides safe activities for the youth of Jacksonville.
The Jax Kids Book Club is a free early literacy program, for all 4-year-olds in Jacksonville. It utilizes public-private partnerships to improve the school readiness skills of prekindergarten children, get high-quality books into the homes of all of Jacksonville’s 4-year-olds and give parents prac
The Jax Kids Book Club is a free early literacy program.
Junior Achievement teaches economic and business concepts to kids.
Volunteers needed for educating students about workforce readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy.
Guilds are divided by interest and are: Blacksmithing, Rangers/Longhunters, and Homestead.