Non Profit Organizations
Please pay a visit to our non profit organizations attending the festival. Find out how you can help them as they help others.
BBBS of St. Johns County will be at the festival Sunday, Oct 24, 2021.
What if every child fulfilled their potential? Think how amazing that would be. We are a mentoring program serving St. Johns County in the community and schools. To learn how you can Start Something with Big Brothers Big Sisters, please stop by and see us!
Our Mission: Work together with children’s charitable organizations, foundations, and fundraising events that promote community growth, unity, education, and hope for every child’s future. We believe that a world of difference can be made with a smile, a photo, a shared laugh or a simple hello.
Girl Scout Troop 1912 are heading to the mountains of Georgia! They will be selling bottles of water to raise funds for their trip to the Appalachian Trail for an amazing journey. Stop by and support them when thirst strikes.
North Florida Domestic Car Club will be hosting the Classic Car Show to benefit Daniel Kids.
Sunday, from 11am - 4pm The Big Red Bus will be at the festival. Take a bit of your time and donate - the reward is that something you can so easily share can really make a significant difference in someone else’s life.
The Election Roundtable will be at the festival. A nonpartisan voter registration tent registering all voters.
COA has become the gateway to information on successful aging. We operate 6 senior community centers in St. Johns County, deliver over 300 Meals on Wheels every day, offer 5 Integrative Memory Enhancement Programs and an Adult Day Care Center, provide services and companionship to elder residents through our social services department and have a schedule of classes and activities that include writing, exercise, painting, yoga, book clubs, movie clubs and more. Here you’ll find resources for caregivers, strategies for dealing with health challenges, information on wellness… even a senior singles social club. Whatever you’re looking for, chances are good you’ll find it at the Council on Aging. Because, at COA, it’s not about us…it’s all about you!
Boy Scouts of America Troop #23 will be at the festival selling meat stick and coupon cooks to raise money for their organization.
The mission of the Boy Scouts of America is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.