Work with members of our community and make a difference
There are many ways you can get involved. Mentor a student in an Arlington public school. Assist with building rehab. Join a workgroup. For the full list of opportunities or to complete our volunteer application, click below.
HELP STOCK OUR SCHOOL-BASED FOOD PANTRY
We operate a food pantry that serves registered families at Woodland Acres Elementary School once per month. You can help by collecting items from our list and dropping them off at the school on pantry days, which are the 3rd Tuesday of each month.
Click the rendering below to learn about our plans for the Woodland Acres I.M.P.A.C.T. Dream Center!
those in need
We envision growth in homeownership, improved educational outcomes, reduction in crime, increased viable business activity, and positive shifts in the public perception of Arlington - all to improve the quality of life for residents.
Show your Arlington pride when you are volunteering or just out and about by purchasing a concrete gray dry-fit performance polo featuring the Arlington 20/20 logo! Shirts are just $20 each.
GIVE JUST ONE HOUR PER WEEK TO MENTOR A STUDENT
The Power Lunch mentoring program pairs students in public schools with caring adult mentors. Mentors commit just one hour each week to share lunch, conversation, and reading time with a student in need of support. Sign up here for more information!
Arlington 20/20 is committed to making a positive, measurable impact within the Arlington community of Jacksonville, Florida. The initiative brings together residents with faith, business, higher education, nonprofit, and government partners to address five focus areas: Community Empowerment, Family Strengthening, Economic Development, Housing Development, and Workforce Development. Find out how you can help us change the narrative about Arlington.