AIDS Coalition of Coastal Texas
707 23rd St.
AIDS Coalition of Coastal Texas, Inc. (ACCT) was founded in 1985 for the purpose of providing compassionate community based education and services that empower people of all ages to live courageously with HIV/AIDS.
2415 Avenue K
Artist Boat is dedicated to promoting awareness and preservation of coastal margins and the marine environment through the disciplines of the sciences and the arts.
The Children's Center
4424 Ursuline Street
The Children's Center, Inc., (TCCI) is a private, not-for-profit organization location in Galveston, Texas. TCCI was formed through the merger of four child welfare agencies serving Galveston County since 1878. The organization specializes in bringing positive change to lives of children and their families, helping to redefine the family structure.
2102 Mechanic, Second Floor
Clean Galveston is a community based membership organization dedicated to making the Island of Galveston "as pretty as it oughta be." Clean Galveston provides a place to stand to those members who know that they can move the world toward a better place. Clean Galveston is a proud member of the Keep Texas Beautiful and the Keep America Beautiful organizations.
Family Service Center of Galveston County
2200 Market Street, Suite 600
Family Service Center is a private, not-for-profit counseling agency in Galveston County, with offices on Galveston Island and Dickinson. Since 1914, FSC has assisted people in pursuing healthy, independent and fulfilling lives through the provision of counseling, education and related social services. FSC also partners with local schools and organizations to provide counseling and life skills groups throughout the community.
Galveston Bay Foundation
17324-A Highway 3
The Galveston Bay Foundation was founded in 1987 as a nonprofit organization to preserve, protect and enhance Galveston Bay -- one of the world's most productive estuaries. Through programs in advocacy, conservation, education, and research GBF seeks a balance between the ecological needs of the Galveston Bay system - the Bay and all its tributaries -- and the demands of commercial and recreational users. The board and members of the Galveston Bay Foundation are drawn from environmental, recreational, commercial, and industrial interests, reflecting the diversity of those who use Galveston Bay.
Galveston Island Humane Society
5301 Ave S
The Animal Shelter and Adoption Center of Galveston Island, Inc. is soley dedicated to the cause and welfare of unwanted or homeless animals.
Galveston Seafarers Center
221 20th St.
The mission of Galveston Seafarers Center is to provide seafarers of the world a safe place to rest, relax and to enjoy the freedom of religious expression; to regain contact with family and friends; to provide counseling and comfort in time of need. The Center offers a home away from home where the men and women who work at sea can feel comfortable, share their stories and be a part of our community. The Center's services include but are not limited to: ship visitation, internet and telephone service, reading material, transportation, billiards and ping-pong tables and advocacy. Many volunteer opportunities are available and if English is all you speak, that's fine. The Center believes a smile and a handshake mean welcome in any language!
Gleanings from the Harvest
903 53rd St.
Gleanings From The Harvest for Galveston is a vital and necessary food procurement and distribution network that maximizes its relationships with major food distributors and producers to effectively provide nourishing food to those who most need it. Not only to the truly destitute but the many families in our area that represent the working poor. Their efforts are being supported through Interfaith and Community Cooperation.
The Jesse Tree
2622 Market Street
Since 1995, The Jesse Tree, a faith-based, convening organization, has developed programs and projects that help achieve the overall goals of:
improving stewardship of local resources,
reducing duplication of effort,
integrating healthcare, social services and ministerial assistance and teaching individuals and families to take charge of chronic conditions that negatively impact their health and well being.
Resource & Crisis Center of Galveston County
2202 Avenue L
The mission of Resource and Crisis Center of Galveston County is to promote the safety and well being of women, men, children and families and to advocate for the prevention of family violence and sexual assault.
Ronald McDonald House of Galveston
301 14th Street
The Ronald McDonald House of Galveston is a home-away-from-home for the families of children who are seeking medical treatment at the University of Texas Medical Branch, Shriners Hospital for Children and Transitional Learning Center. The House is more than a place to stay; as an alternative to an isolated hotel room, the families and children enjoy cheerful surroundings and the support of other families, volunteers and staff.