Visit St. Petersburg/Clearwater is committed to providing you with just the right Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) opportunity for your group. The bureau embraces conservation and sustainability from both a people and planet perspective, and they are happy to have you join them by adding a rewarding CSR project to your meeting or incentive agenda. The following non-profit organizations offer CSR-friendly group volunteering and/or donation opportunities:

Habitat For Humanity Group Volunteering
Contact: Jamie Cataldo
Phone: 727-536-4755
Fax: 727-209-2191
Website: www.phfh.org
Homeless & housing; religion; women: "In partnership with our community, putting faith into action, Pinellas Habitat for Humanity promotes family stability by providing innovative and affordable housing solutions to qualifying individuals and families." The website lists opportunities for volunteers.

Keep Pinellas Beautiful
Contact: Bill Sanders, Executive Director
Phone: 727-533-0402
Fax: 727-533-0502
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.keeppinellasbeautiful.org
Keep Pinellas Beautiful is an attempt to keep our county clean and beautiful. Volunteer and adoption programs are available. Scheduled cleanups include roadsides, coastal areas, inland lakes and rivers. The website lists opportunities for volunteers.

Tampa Bay Estuary Program
Contacts: Holly Greening, Executive Director; Nanette O'Hara, Public Outreach Coordinator
Phone: 727-893-2765
Fax: 727-893-2767
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.tbep.org
Tampa Bay was designated an "estuary of national significance" by Congress in 1990, paving the way for development of a long-term blueprint for bay restoration through the Tampa Bay National Estuary Program. Tampa Bay is one of 28 estuaries in the National program. Partnership between Hillsborough, Manatee, and Pinellas counties; the cities of Tampa, St. Petersburg, Clearwater; the Southwest Florida Water Management District; Florida Department of Enviornmental Protection; and the US Environmental Protection Agency. The website lists opportunities for volunteers.

Tampa Bay Watch
Contacts: Peter Clark, Executive Director; Rachel Arndt, Communications/ Volunteers
Phone: 727-867-8166
Fax: 727-867-8188
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.tampabaywatch.org
Tampa Bay Watch is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit stewardship program dedicated exclusively to the charitable and scientific purpose of protecting and restoring the marine and wetland environments of the Tampa Bay estuary. The website lists opportunities for volunteers.