Ocklawaha River Restoration Fund

In Memory of Vincent Spontak and John H. Hankinson, Jr. The Ocklawaha River was dammed in 1968 severing this magnificent riverway blocking the historic river route for fish, manatees, and boaters from Silver Springs to the Atlantic Ocean. The dam is now past its life expectancy. Make a difference by supporting public education and outreach about the importance of Ocklawaha River Restoration.

Gratitude & Compassion Fund

Gratitude & Compassion is an organization founded by Chester C. Weber whose primary mission is to provide care, support, and essential resources for bereaved individuals, all in an effort to bring hope and healing to those who need it most. Gratitude supports programs in the Ocala/Marion County community, through charitable contributions, that provide essential resources and supporting services to bereaved individuals.

Arabian Horsemen’s Distress Fund

The Arabian Horsemen’s Distress Fund was established in 2005 to assist people within the Arabian horse community during times of unexpected catastrophes, such as barn fires, accidents resulting in significant financial burden, unexpected illnesses, acts of nature, and the like. They need your help to ensure the long-term viability of the fund that has already been crucial to hundreds of people!