OUR MAIN CAMPUS HAS MOVED!
As of Monday, January 27 our North Member Share Grocery, Crisis Stabilization, Education and Success Training Employment Programs– as well as collaborating partner services– are operating fully out of our new facility. Located at 1400 27th Street, our new UP Center is just across the street from our former US-1 campus – click here for a map.
Ride Poverty Out of Town is a premier cycling tour along the iconic Indian River Lagoon National Scenic Byway. Enjoy world-class scenery on a ride filled with ocean views and historical sites such as the McLarty Treasure Museum—the site of the 1715 Spanish Treasure Fleet wreck, which gave the Treasure Coast its name. With SAG stops in Melbourne Beach(Tables Beach) and Sebastian Inlet Surf & Sport Shop, Ride Poverty Out of Town is an opportunity for riders to enjoy the sights, sounds and camaraderie of cycling while giving back to the community. Participants may choose a route of either 40 miles or a full century (100 miles). Be sure to join the fun at Waldos for a Splash Party to close the days events. Splash Party starts at 4 p.m.