Whether you want to help protect sea turtles or further the performing arts, we’ve rounded up some great Palm Coast and the Flagler Beaches’ organizations to support for Giving Tuesday.
The Sea Turtle Hospital provides rehabilitation, education, and research for sea turtle conservation in Northeast Florida. Since its opening in 2015, the hospital has cared for 446 juvenile turtles. You can support the hospital by sponsoring one of the beautiful creatures for just $50. Your money will help provide medical supplies, food, exams, and more.
A state-of-the-art performing arts center, Flagler Auditorium serves as a venue for professional, school, and community performances. The facility hosts everything from nationally touring Broadway shows to cultural programs. You can support the arts and students by donating to Flagler Auditorium, where your gift will help buy items like costumes, band books, scholarships, and more.
Dedicated to the protection of sea turtles in Volusia and Flagler Counties, the Turtle Patrol checks the beaches daily to mark nests, complete nesting reports, and conduct nest evaluations. Lend your support by sponsoring a nest, purchasing a t-shirt, or donating to the group.
Filled with vintage photos and a variety of artifacts, The Flagler Beach Historical Museum preserves the beach town’s rich history. The museum, open 7 days a week, is free to visit. You can help keep this quaint little museum running by making a donation in person or on the museum’s website.
Palm Coast and the Flagler Beaches is home to three beautiful state parks: Gamble Rogers Memorial State Park, Washington Oaks Gardens State Park, and Bulow Plantation Ruins Historic State Park. You can support these parks and others throughout Florida by donating to the Florida State Parks Foundation.