Community Collaborators

Community Collaborators

Project Prosper is honored to engage in collaborative partnerships with the organizations listed below. 


Pinellas County School Adults Education Centers, multiple locations. The Pinellas County School’s mission is to educate and prepare each student for college, career, and life. They also offer ESOL family outreach services.


The C.A.R.I.B.E. Program provides support and direction to refugees and asylees in learning to speak English and helping to eliminate those barriers to gainful employment. The program maintains four classroom sites in the county, each with a state-of-the-art computer lab, utilizing on-line resources to assist students with English language acquisition and workplace readiness skills instruction.

Radiant Hands offers numerous family and economic services, including the resettlement and integration of refugees from Muslim and/or Arabic Speaking countries.


Marchman Technical College provides student-centered learning with the following educational programs: ESOL, GED, career certifications, AGE / AWD, AmSkills, IEC apprentice, and dual enrollment.


Haitian Connection of Manasota works to deliver education, homeless outreach, and food support with a particular focus on the Haitian population in Manatee County.

Lutheran Services Florida is a non-profit that helps Florida communities build healthier, happier, and hope-filled futures.


Prosper Prosper is always looking for new partnerships with local communities. 

Contact us if you are interested in collaborating with us.

Other Local Organizations offering services that may be helpful to our clients

Catholic Charities provides a broad array of social services including immigration and citizenship services.

Community Law Program offers Pro Bono Legal Representation and Legal Advice Clinics designed to ensure equal access to justice for all.

Gulfcoast Legal Services (GLS) serves low-income individuals by providing free, comprehensive civil legal aid through counsel, advice, representation, advocacy, and education for vulnerable individuals and families in the Greater Tampa Bay area.

Lealman and Asian Neighborhood Family Center provides a variety of youth and family support services to meet the needs of children and families in the Lealman and Asian communities.
Lutheran Services of Florida serves children and families, youth and teens, adults and elderly, refugees and immigrants, and victims of natural disasters through various programs ranging from substance abuse and mental health to education.

Neighborhood Home Solutions provides free services to help keep people in their homes and even buy new ones. This organization focuses on foreclosure prevention, first time homebuyers assistance and education.

Tampa Bay Community Development Corporation helps prepare individuals for their home buying journey by offering credit counseling, financial fitness/budgeting classes, housing counseling, down payment assistance funds, and homebuyer education classes.

Tampa Bay Refugee Task Force is a local group of providers that meet quarter to discuss current trends with the goal of improving services provided.

United Methodist Cooperative Ministries (UMCM) Suncoast works to alleviate symptoms and address the causes of poverty through innovative educational programs. The organization offers food and housing programs, early childhood education, literacy and citizenship services, and cost of poverty simulations.

Gulf Coast Jewish Family & Community Services has a diverse group of programs including services for the community, children, families, the elderly, refugees, and Jewish families.

Coptic Orthodox Charities serves refugees, survivors of torture, and human trafficking victims achieve self-sufficiency by promoting and fostering health, strengthening families through education, alleviating poverty and promoting self-sufficiency.

Enterprising Latinas is located in Wimauma, FL. This organization is a hub for all women to access workforce and entrepreneurship opportunities including a micro-enterprise development initiative that increases access to quality early childhood education by training women to become Licensed Family Childcare providers.

RAMWI enhances the lives of refugee and migrant women in the Tampa Bay community by imparting the skills necessary to become self-sustainable.

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