Bayside: Humane Society of Pinellas (3/20 & 4/3)The Humane Society of Pinellas has been caring for animals and our community since 1949.
Bayside: Gasparilla Music Foundation (3/6)The Gasparilla Music Foundation is a non-profit corporation that organizes an annual music festival in downtown Tampa the second weekend of March.
Bayside: Tampa Bay Birth Network (3/13)The Tampa Bay Birth Network’s primary mission is to provide a community of professionals, families and individuals who support, educate and promote natural pregnancy, birth and parenting.
Bayside: Florida Healthy Transitions Program (3/27)Life can be very stressful and challenging for youth and young adults, and many of them have a limited number of people that they can turn to for support.
Bayside: Southeastern Guide Dogs (2/7)Southeastern Guide Dogs have been canging lives for 30 years by providing guide dogs to the visually impaired and service dogs to veterans.
Bayside: USF Dance Marathon (2/21)Bulls For Kids is a student run organization at the University of South Florida that is dedicated to raising funds and awareness for All Children’s Hospital.
Bayside: CFBHN (2/28)Central Florida Behavioral Health Network, Inc. is located in Tampa, FL and oversees the Block Grant funding for the SunCoast Region, including Circuit 10 (14 counties total).
Bayside: Charity Polo Classic (2/14)The Charity Polo Classic was founded in early December 2011 by Advertising Executive and Professional Polo Player, Chris Gannon and Children’s Cancer Center Board Member, Patrick Moraites.
Bayside: Florida Covering Kids and Families (1/17 & 1/31)No one plans to get sick or hurt, but most people need medical care at some point. Health coverage helps pay for these costs and protects you from very high expenses. Did you know the average cost of a 3-day hospital stay is $30,000? Or that fixing a broken leg can cost up to $7,500? Having health coverage can help protect you from high, unexpected costs like these. There are other important benefits of health insurance. Plans available in the Health Insurance Marketplace (and most other plans) provide free preventive care. They also cover some costs for prescription drugs. For more on The Health Insurance Marketplace, don't miss the episode of Bayside.
Bayside: Project P.A.T.H. (1/10)Project PATH is a grant funded program designed to attract potential teachers with non-education Bachelor’s degrees who want to teach special needs students (ESE). They are in there final year of recruitment. The program offers several financial incentives and free pre-service training courses for those interested. Information sessions are being held at the Career Source Tampa Bay. For more information on Project P.A.T.H., don't miss this episode of Bayside.
Bayside: The Florida State Fair (1/24)The 112th Florida State Fair will take place February 4 – 15, 2016 at the Florida State Fairgrounds in Tampa located at I-4 and US Hwy 301. This year’s theme, “So Much More to Explore,” reminds everyone that there are so many activities to explore and enjoy including rides, food, exhibits, entertainment, animals, attractions and shopping. The Florida State Fair offers non-stop fun and is an excellent value with more than 112 free things to do and always free parking. Don't miss this episode of Bayside to learn more about the Florida State Fair.
Bayside: Humane Society of Pinellas (11/29 & 12/27)The Humane Society of Pinellas is the largest No-Kill animal shelter in Pinellas County. They have been caring for the homeless pets in their community since 1949. They are committed to keeping people and pets together through a variety of programs including affordable pet care, spay/neuter clinics and a pet food pantry. When pet surrender is the only option, they're committed to giving each pet the love, care and attention it deserves. Also, their no time limit policy offers the opportunity for every adoptable pet to have its own second chance success story. Tune in to this episode of Bayside for more.