The Jacksonville Seminole Club has a long and proud tradition of actively serving our community. For many years we participated in the Adopt-a-Road Program by cleaning up and picking up trash on Bowden Road.
Currently, our members bring donations to virtually every club meeting for our "project of the month." We have an ongoing relationship with the Jacksonville Humane Society, and we deliver Purina dog and cat food, blankets and toys on a regular basis. Some of our other beneficiaries include Hubbard House (shelter for victims of domestic violence), Sulzbacher Center for the Homeless, Second Harvest Food Bank and Toys for Tots. We also provide monetary and clothing donations to other worthy causes such as the Haitian earthquake victims and Pace Center for Girls.
In March 2012, the Jacksonville Seminole Club joined other Seminole clubs around the globe for the inaugural Seminole Service Day. Members of our club, dressed in garnet and gold, picked up trash on the beach behind the Jax Beach lifeguard station. Other Seminole clubs volunteered in their respective communities for diverse activities such as building houses for Habitat for Humanity, reading to children, and cleaning up animal shelters. Stay tuned to see what's in store for the next Seminole Service Day on 3/23/2013.