Landscape of Organizations Serving Women and Girls - Organizations.csv

NameAddressesLocationFocus AreaWebsiteDescription of full services providedID / EINType of serviceContact PersonEmail# of Women/Girls Served# of EmployeesTarget population# of Funding SourcesInterviewed?Women’s Fund GranteeEconomic MobilityFreedom from ViolenceLeadershipHealth & Well-beingReligious AffiliationAnnual Report
305 Pink Pack255 Giralda Ave, Coral Gables, FL 33134Coral GablesHealth - Patient Services - Entertainment, Recreationhttps://www.305pinkpack.org305 Pink Pack brings community, advocacy, and hope, to women in cancer treatment in Miami-Dade, by providing vital direct and support services at no cost, allowing them to focus on healing and spending more time with their families843414585DirectRosemary Carrerarosemary@305pinkpack.org851Women in cancer treatment in Miami-Dade.3YesX
A Safe Haven for Newborns - Gloria M Silverio Foundation6955 NW 77th Avenue
Suite #302
Miami, Florida 33166
MiamiHuman Services - Multipurpose and Otherhttps://asafehavenfornewborns.comSafety net for both the mother and the newborn infant. It allows mothers, fathers or whoever is in possession of an unharmed newborn, approximately seven days old or less, to leave them at Safe Havens: any hospital, 24/7 staffed fire rescue station, or 24/7 staffed emergency medical service station, with no questions asked, totally anonymous, free from fear of prosecution. A Safe Haven for Newborns is dedicated to reaching pregnant girls and mothers before they reach the crisis stage, assisting them as they make their decision in the best interest of their baby and themselves.651075409DirectNick E. Silverio
Founder
safehaven@asafehavenfornewborns.com

(305) 882-1304 x103
5008Mothers and the newborn infants5NoXChristian
Advocacy Partners Team1620 Drexel Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139Miami Beach, FL - Surfside, FLCrime, Legal Relatedhttps://www.advocacypartnersteam.orgWomen’s legal services and policy advocacy; to provide “low bono” legal services for immigration, employment, and family issues at clinics at the sites of trusted community organizations that serve women and girls and to collect information to support a broad women’s economic, racial & gender justice policy agenda.812088798DirectJennifer Hilljen.hill@advocacypartnersteam.org3WomenNoXX
Agape Network22790 SW 112th Ave, Miami, FL 33170Miami, FLCrime, Legal Relatedhttps://www.theagapenetwork.orgProvide shelter, treatment, and case management to victims of trafficking and restore individuals and families to psychological, social, physical, and spiritual health.592471230Direct305-235-26166Victims of trafficking2NoXX
Americans for Immigrant Justice6355 NW 36th St, Virginia Gardens, FL 33166MiamiCrime, Legal Relatedhttps://aijustice.orgIn Florida and on a national level, we champion the rights of unaccompanied immigrant children; advocate for survivors of trafficking and domestic violence; serve as a watchdog on immigration detention practices and policies; and speak for immigrant groups who have particular and compelling claims to justice.650610872DirectCheryl Littleclittle@aijustice.org12,00055Programs primarily support immigrant girls and women4NoXXX
Aqua Foundation for Women1951 NW 7th Ave, Miami, FL 33136MiamiCivil Rights, Social Action, Advocacyhttps://aquafoundation.orgServes as the funding catalyst for lesbian, bisexual, and transgender wellness and equality in South Florida through grants, scholarship, and initiatives.200873622DirectGrace Lo