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Mr. Casey Jones talks about his experience with our wonderful volunteers and Hart Felt
Our amazing volunteer, Danielle Falk, talks about her experience with Hart Felt Ministries
Jane Hart talks about the origins of Hart Felt Ministries and our purpse
Night of Lights

Hart Felt Ministries is committed to helping frail seniors stay independent, but we can’t do it without people like you. Through your donations we’re able to help frail seniors with things that many of us take for granted including anything from purchasing groceries to building ramps so they can leave their homes.

Hart Felt Ministries enters Business Hall of Fame

Hart Felt Ministries has been selected for the 2014 Best of Jacksonville Award in the Senior Citizens Service category by the Jacksonville Award Program. This is the seventh consecutive year that Hart Felt has won the award.

Each year, the Jacksonville Award Program identifies companies that we believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. (more…)

2014 TPC Birdies For Charity

Big Bird is back and participating in the 2014 PLAYERS Championship Birdies for Charity. Guess the number of birdies at THE PLAYERS Championship, TPC Sawgrass, May 5-11, 2014, and win.

Support Hart Felt Ministries and THE PLAYERS. (more…)

Hart Felt Holds 12th Annual Meeting

Hart Felt Ministries held its 12th annual meeting on February 8th. The meeting gave the organization a chance to thank God and its members for another wonderful year of serving and helping the Jacksonville community. (more…)

Report from 3rd Annual Silent Auction

Hart Felt Ministries hosted its 3rd Annual Silent Auction at Hidden Hills Country Club. (more…)

Mr. Casey Jones talks about his experience with our wonderful volunteers and Hart Felt

Our amazing volunteer, Danielle Falk, talks about her experience with Hart Felt Ministries

Jane Hart talks about the origins of Hart Felt Ministries and our purpse

Who Is Hart Felt?

VISION: A community where frail seniors no longer fear where and how they age.

MISSION: To bring our vision to reality, we utilize a network of community volunteers to demonstrate love and provide, at no charge, non-medical services that build relationships, enhance environments, and preserve the independence of Jacksonville’s frail seniors.

SERVICES: Transportation, Housekeeping, Shopping, Yard Work, Respite, Companionship, Minor Home Repairs, Wheelchair Ramp Construction, and Advocacy