Mar 24 • Donations

St. Petersburg Free Clinic

Want to help us feed our neighbors in need during this unprecedented health emergency?

Mar 24 • Getting Food

St. Petersburg Free Clinic's Food Pantry

If you need emergency supplies of food, we are here for you! For everyone’s health and safety, we are offering pre-bagged items in an expedited manner via an outdoor mobile distribution plan (for those in cars and those on foot or bicycle). No waiting room, and no long waits. We are spacing out clients to allow appropriate distancing and ensuring the safety of all involved. Just bring a photo ID.

Mar 19 • Helping Health Workers

Made Coffee

Tampa Bay first responders, hospital and hospitality workers can get a free case of Made coffee. Everyone’s life is hard now that the fallout surrounding the coronavirus pandemic is starting to assert itself on our daily lives.

Mar 18 • Getting Help

3 Daughter's Brewing

We can do is re-purpose our brewing equipment and materials to produce our own hand sanitizer. We are bottling 4-ounce bottles of hand sanitizer and will be making them available to anyone for free starting 3/19. Please limit one per person so we can try and help as many people as possible. Just stop by the brewery between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. and we will give you one free bottle,

Mar 18 • Testing Locations

BayCare

BayCare is offering Tampa Bay residents drive-through coronavirus testing. Starting today, BayCare patients will be able to test for COVID-19 without leaving their cars. But, for now, BayCare is limiting the drive-through testing to people who meet the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) testing guidelines. More locations in link.

Mar 16 • Free Internet

Spectrum

We’ll offer two free months of internet and WiFi services for K-12 and college students affected by the current school closures, in households not already subscribed to Spectrum Internet.

Mar 16 • Getting Food

Summer BreakSpot - Free Meal for Kids and Teens

Summer BreakSpot locations are a place for kids and teens 18 and under to come and enjoy free meals while school is out. This year, there are thousands of supervised meal sites - many are located at places like parks, libraries and churches and offer breakfasts, lunches, snacks or supper. At almost all sites, there is no application necessary and any child 18 or younger can simply come during...