Gulf Coast Partnership

Together We Can Prosper.

Through capacity building, partnership, and technology, the GCP brings service programs together, while focusing limited community resources on the most vulnerable populations living in the community.

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Those in need

The Gulf Coast Partnership's mission is to facilitate community-wide initiatives to understand community needs, identify and implement best practices to meet those needs, and to raise the quality of life for all residents.


Let's make a difference together

It’s that time of year again! As we prepare for the 2024 Community Leader Breakfast, we are asking the community to nominate Charlotte County employers and educational institutions that are enriching the lives of homeless and extremely low-income individuals in our community.

These nominees should have a proven track record of offering supported employment, job training, internships, apprenticeships, and effective programs and initiatives that equip vulnerable residents of our community with the skills and training needed to successfully integrate into the local workforce.

Nominate Here!

together we
can grow

Youth Action Board

Empowering Our Youth

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You are not alone.

A new era in innovative programs and services have been developed to assist those recovering from economic recession, targeting families and individuals who are looking for a way out of homelessness. Charlotte County is a community committed to permanent change, leading homeless and extremely low-income households to sustainability.
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together we
can provide


Your kind donations go a long way

Giving is not just about making a donation, it's about making a difference. Your generous contribution goes beyond financial support; it provides life-altering help for those who need it most.

By donating, you directly impact the lives of homeless Veterans, youth in need, struggling individuals and families, and those fleeing the horrors of domestic violence and human trafficking. Your support is the beacon of hope that guides them towards safety, stability, and a brighter future.

With your assistance, we can provide crucial services that offer a lifeline to those facing unimaginable challenges. Together, we can create a community where everyone has the opportunity to rebuild their lives and find renewed hope.

Thank you for being a part of this transformative journey. Your support truly changes lives.
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"Giving is not just about making a donation. It is about making a difference."


Frequently asked questions

Answers to the most common questions we get

I’m behind on my rent and don’t want to be evicted. What can I do?

For financial assistance with rent, electricity, and water at:

St. Vincent de Paul at 25200 AirportRoad, Punta Gorda, FL 33950. Office hours are Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 9:00am – 12:00pm (you must arrive by 11:00am) Call (941) 575-0767 before you go in person to ensure you have the list of required documents.
The Salvation Army Port Charlotte at 2120 Loveland Blvd, Port Charlotte, FL33980 for assistance with electricity bills (you will be required to show a Disconnection Notice from FPL and a Valid Photo Identification). Phone (941)629-3170.

I’m homeless and need a place to sleep. Where do I go?

Call or Visit: Charlotte County Homeless Coalition Shelter located at 1476 Kenesaw St, Port Charlotte, FL 33948 or call (941) 627-4313
Call or Visit:
Jesus Loves You Ministries located at 1734 Cedarwood St, Port Charlotte, FL 33948 or call (941) 979-5232
Gulf Coast Partnership at (941) 626-0220
I’m under 25 and my parents said I have to get out of the house. I don’t know what to do.
Molly Ryan at the Gulf Coast Partnership at (239) 789-3371 or email

I don’t feel safe where I’m staying. Who can help me?

Call: If you are in immediate danger Dial 9-1-1
Center for Abuse & Rape Emergencies (C.A.R.E.) 24-hour Crisis Hotline (941) 627-6000
Gulf Coast Partnership at (941) 626-0220

I’m a previously homeless youth and I want to make an impact in my community but don’t know how.

Email: Lex Damm-Loring at to learn more about Charlotte County’s Youth Action Board.