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Five ways you can give back this week

Ashley Morales



EmpowHERment is a nonprofit that offers a platform for women to connect, inspire and support one another. Photo provided.

As individuals, we can enact positive change within our communities. Through acts of kindness, both big and small, we can make a difference that benefits those in need and nurtures our sense of purpose and fulfillment. This week on the Catalyst’s Impact Connector, we delve into five impactful ways to contribute to the greater good, empowering our readers to create a meaningful impact in the lives of others and foster a stronger, more compassionate society.

EmpowHERment: Connecting, Inspiring, and Supporting Women

EmpowHERment offers a platform for women to connect, inspire and support one another. Currently, they need volunteers to assist with various tasks like childcare, mentoring, advocacy support, workshop facilitation and planning, and fundraising. If you are interested, visit the EmpowHERment website to register.







FEAST Food Pantry: Providing Nourishment to North Pinellas County Residents

FEAST Food Pantry is dedicated to providing food and personal care items to residents in North Pinellas County. Families in need receive bags of shelf-stable items based on their size. Volunteers are essential for daily food drives, fundraising efforts, and sorting goods. If you wish to volunteer, reach out to FEAST via email at

Clothes to Kids Tampa Bay: Empowering Families to Give Back Together

For families seeking opportunities to give back as a unit, Clothes to Kids Tampa Bay is an excellent choice. They offer youth and adult volunteer opportunities for sorting and tagging clothing, restocking the floor and assisting shoppers. Clothes to Kids provides free high-quality clothing to qualifying families in the Tampa Bay area. Learn more at

Sleep in Heavenly Peace: Ensuring Every Child Has a Safe Place to Sleep

Sleep in Heavenly Peace seeks volunteers of all ages to participate in bed-building days, with no prior experience necessary. Their mission is to ensure that no child in the community goes to sleep at night without a safe, comfortable place to lay their head. Join this group effort to make a difference. Learn more at



Inspire Equine Therapy: Supporting Emotional and Physical Well-being through Equine Therapy

If you love horses and wish to support emotional and physical well-being through equine therapy, Inspire Equine Therapy is the organization for you. They are looking for volunteers aged 14 and up who can commit weekly to the cause. While some work is involved, the impact is profound. Find out more information here.

By engaging in these five impactful ways to give back, we can empower our communities and contribute to a more compassionate society. If your organization is looking for volunteers, click here to submit your opportunity. We’ll get the word out to our readers.

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