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Featured Organization St. Columba Episcopal Church
St. Columba Episcopal Church is committed to their community, offering a variety of programs for local residents.
The Hammock House
The Hammock House offers a free after-school program and free camps throughout the year. The after-school program provides a nutritious snack, help with homework, and recreational activities. 33 elementary and middle school students participate in the after school program. Free camps are offered during Thanksgiving, Christmas/New Year, and Spring Breaks during the school year and during Summer Break. The camps offer 2 snacks and lunch each day, crafts, field trips, and recreation. 60 campers attend 4 weeks of free Just For Fun camp & Music/Drama camps!
The Florida Keys Celtic Festival
The Florida Keys Celtic Festival features family-friendly Celtic rock and Traditional music, Irish & Scottish Dancing, Sheep-dog herding, Pipes and Drums, a Children’s Glen with games, face painting and fun activities, and fabulous Celtic (and Keys) foods and crafts vendors. Proceeds from the Florida Keys Celtic Festival support The Hammock House at St. Columba Episcopal Church, a FREE after school and summer camp program providing nurturing and nutrition.
The Nearly New Shop & The Nearly New Furniture Shop
Helping to provide the community a way to purchase high quality items at a great price. Proceeds benefit The Hammock House. The free after school and camp program that is open to all kids in the Middle Keys.
The Apartments at 1655
The one-bedroom apartments feature original terrazzo floors, plenty of windows, a separate bedroom, bathroom, tankless water heaters, and a walk-in closet cooled by mini-split ACs. There’s a kitchenette, and balcony. Most of all, there’s rent relief. Tenants must earn a certain income to apply but pay less than $1,000 to rent. The whole project would have been impossible without the support of Episcopal Relief and Development, The American Red Cross and Bridge to Hope. In addition, many businesses and agencies pitched in with their best prices and labor donations. “There are too many angles to list here, but we are so thankful for their contributions,” Macounaughey said.