a network of independent, community-based non-profit agencies providing outreach support to Tampa Bay organizations that assist individuals and families in financial need. SCTB works in concert with local ministries to provide the basic necessities of life and to educate and develop healthy, self-sustaining communities, families and individuals.
Somebody Cares Tampa Bay aims to develop a contagious culture of caring within companies and organizations. One way we do that is by coordinating a Care Project for your team through our CareFest program. Care Projects are homes of elderly, disabled, or struggling families that are in violation of city code or have a specific need for repair or refurbishment.
Back to School "Hassle-Free Program" provides ministries and organizations that help needy families begin school with over thirteen thousand quality backpacks filled with school supplies. The bags are also used for mission trips, homeless programs and weekend feeds for children.
SCTB Food Program brings food into the Tampa Bay region which is distributed to organizations that feed 35,000 people monthly. Over 1,000,000 pounds of food are distributed annually.
CareFest is a year-round program to help homeowners in need with repairs, painting, yard work and beautification projects to sow seeds of joy for the homeowner and inspire a Caretagious community.
Somebody Cares Tampa Bay is partnering with The Favorite Movie to bring hope! Inspired by the miraculous recovery from a near fatal car accident of Luke Bernard, the son of Daniel Bernard, Minister and President of Somebody Cares Tampa Bay. View the video to learn more about his powerful testimony and how it became a film.
Here at Somebody Cares Tampa Bay we want to take the time to recognize the people and organizations that partner with us. Each month we will take a moment to share with you one of our partners and what they do