Reaching Needs Locally
Amici Charity envisions a community where its members can be healthy, productive, and financially stable even if threatened by unexpected, temporary monetary burdens. We hope to provide compassionate support through small but significant financial contributions to those in need.
Amici Charity was created with local individuals and families in mind. Amici Charity has been serving greater Lakeland since 2011.
Amici Charity provides contributions directly to the source of financial concern, thus making financial independence within reach again.
Sometimes a person only needs a small gesture to empower them back to success. Every donation helps Amici Charity provide that empowerment. Please contact us for more information or to volunteer.
For the average person living paycheck to paycheck, an unexpected event may cause him or her to get behind in daily living expenses.
As a result, the electricity gets turned off
or a car is reposessed.
Food is scarce.
The rent or mortgage goes unpaid.
Amici Charity offers the opportunity to put a stick in the spokes of this vicious cycle. Sometimes families or individuals just need the chance to get things back in order by taking a breath and re-evaluating the situation.
Amici Charity was founded by Tony and Judy Senzamici in 2011 to help people like this in our community. We provide assistance to individuals and families who may not qualify for typical charities or government assistance as we hope to keep individuals and families above the poverty level. Amici Charity contributions are provided directly to the source of financial concern to promote financial independence.
We all know individuals or families that have been negatively affected at some point in life. With your help, we can make a difference in the lives of those in our community who are struggling.
Those who would not seek or qualify for government assistance, but still need a helping hand to rebound and move upward again.
Thank you for your support.
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over 20% of American adults are struggling to pay their medical bills
Polk County unemployment rates (7.2% in 2014) are consistently higher than the Florida average (6.0 in 2014)
Cost of Living
It takes an average of 98 hours of minimum wage work to cover the cost of rent for a two bedroom apartment in Florida
Average cost of a funeral rose by 80% between 2004 and 2014