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March of Dimes

Date: May 11th, 6:30 am - 12 pm

When you join March for Babies you stand with thousands of people across the country who share your commitment to building a brighter future for us all. You raise money to expand programs and educate medical professionals to make sure that moms and babies get the best possible care. You advocate for policies that prioritize their health. You fund research to find solutions to the biggest health threats. And you support moms through every stage of the pregnancy journey, even when everything doesn't go according to plan. March with us to lead the fight for the health of all moms and babies. Because when a society supports every family, we all win. When we come together, even the toughest problems can be solved. Click here for more information.

How to Donate:

Click here to go to the March of Dimes website.



Things to Remember...

  • Click here to sign up
  • Please wear closed-toe shoes, long pants (unless announced otherwise), and a t-shirt, you will be provided with a Middleton FBLA March of Dimes volunteer shirt at the location.
  • Bring a bottle of water with you and arrive on time.
  • The address is to be determined



Children’s Cancer Center's Fall Stampede

The 8th Annual Chick-fil-A Fall Stampede benefitting the Children’s Cancer Center is held every September in acknowledgment of Childhood cancer. The event includes a 5K Run, 1 Mile Family Fun Run/Walk, a Mascot Race, photo opportunities with the Chick-fil-A cows, and a post-race party in the Family Fun Zone including Chick-fil-A food, games, and great prizes. Chick-fil-A has been a sponsor and partner in this event from its inception in 2012. The Fall Stampede grew from 800 runners to over 1,500 runners and has raised almost $400,000 in net proceeds within the last 6 years.

Get More Information:

Click here to go to the Children’s Cancer Center's Fall Stampede website.



Things to Remember...

  • Sign-up will be announced a week before the event takes place and a sign-up form will be announced on the edsby.
  • Please wear closed-toe shoes, long pants (unless announced otherwise), and a t-shirt, you will be provided with a Middleton FBLA Children’s Cancer Center's Fall Stampede volunteer shirt at the location.
  • Bring a bottle of water with you and arrive on time.
  • The address is to be determined


Feeding Tampa Bay

Date: May 18th, 12:30 pm - 4 pm

Founded in 1982, Feeding Tampa Bay makes a difference in the lives of thousands of people each week. Thanks to distribution through a partnership network of more than 500 faith-based and other incorporated, non-profit hunger relief groups, we serve hundreds of thousands of food insecure residents across West Central Florida. Receiving surplus food donations from growers, manufacturers, supermarkets and organized community food drives, we supplied more than 46 million pounds of food to its 10-county service area in the past year. That’s enough to provide more than 3.8 million meals every month to those who would otherwise go hungry. We are a member of the national Feeding America network. Learn more about Feeding Tampa Bay here.

Here's how:

  1. Liability Waiver (click here for online waiver). If that link does not work, the paper copy of the liability is attached below. The waiver must be filled out online or on paper.

Additional Information:

  1. Liability Waiber
  2. Volunteer Instructions
  3. Feeding Tampa Bay Instructions

Get More Information:

Click here to go to Feeding Tampa Bay.



Things to Remember...



Metropolitan Ministries

Our services are designed to help children and families, no matter how serious their needs. Whether they need to get off the streets at night, or they’re seeking education so they can get a job that will support their family, we can help. These services are vital for the 32,000 homeless men, women and children in our communities. They’re also fueled by donors. Without this true community collaboration, so many would be left out in the cold with no hope for a future. Learn more about Metropolitan Ministries here.

Here's how:

  1. The donation link is not currently available
  2. Pick a date! (Choose whichever day works best for you :) Limited 40 people per day.)
  3. If you do not already have a Metropolitan Ministries account, then you must register. Otherwise, sign into your account.
  4. If you are under the age of 18, you MUST fill out this form! (This part is VERY important!)
  5. Finalize your volunteer sign-up by confirming event registration!



Things to Remember...

  • Please wear closed-toe shoes, long pants (unless announced otherwise), and a polo or t-shirt!
  • The address is 120 E Ross Ave, Tampa 33602 but please park behind 2002 N. Florida Ave, Tampa 33602

Keeping Tampa Bay Beautiful

Date: May 16th, 4pm - 5pm

Support Keep Tampa Bay Beautiful and know that 100% of the proceeds stay in our community and help to make a cleaner, greener, more livable home for us all. Keep Tampa Bay Beautiful provides a unique experience for individuals to make an impact in our community. We offer a variety of service projects to work with groups of all ages. We combine education with service to create a cohesive community effort for change. Keep Tampa Bay Beautiful relies on the support of the community. Help us by donating now, sponsoring an event, becoming a member or volunteering with us! We depend on your generosity to help Keep Tampa Bay Beautiful. Click here for more information.

How to Donate:

Click here to go to the Keeping Tampa Bay Beautiful website.



Things to Remember...

  • Click here to sign up
  • Please wear closed-toe shoes, long pants (unless announced otherwise), and a t-shirt
  • Bring a bottle of water with you and arrive on time.
  • The address is to be determined