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Get Involved


We can accomplish so much more together than we can on our own. If you’ve landed on this page, chances are you’re itching to be a part of the life-changing things happening around SCEIC. Whether you drop off sidewalk chalk, volunteer in a classroom or at an event, or give financially, we’d love for you to join the mission! Please scroll down this page to learn more.

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Donate

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Space Coast Early Intervention Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Online donations are securely processed through PayPal’s Giving Fund, which means we receive 100% of your gift!

Donate by simply doing what you already do.


Securely donate through PayPal’s Giving Fund. Give Here



Public Volunteer Opportunities


Ages 16 + are encouraged to join in.

If you want to be involved, we will find the right fit for you! Opportunities are endless, and volunteers are highly appreciated around here. If you are interested in volunteering more than ten hours a month, we do require drug screening and fingerprinting.


A few of our options: Click on any item below to learn more.

Help out with the paperwork side of school.

Parent Volunteers


What you do matters so much!

We believe that your involvement on campus makes a world of a difference in a child’s education, and there are a number of ways to earn volunteer. All parents are required to volunteer 8 hrs per quarter.


Attend a monthly PAC Meeting. Free childcare. > PAC Resources


Annual Events

Be sure to mark on your calendars the two can't miss events of the year here at SCEIC!

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Jam For The Kids - An evening with a famous chef, former professional baseball pitcher, Tim Wakefield, singers from Nashville, talented songwriters and more.


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Cycle Jam - A non-competitive ride (7-100 mi. your choice!) around Brevard County. Enjoy the beautiful Florida weather, good eats and full SAG support organized by experienced riders.



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Plan A Gift

A gift in your will or trust is one of the easiest ways to create your legacy with Space Coast Early Intervention Center. You will be providing education that empowers each early childhood learner to step into a bright future. Here are some benefits to planned giving.

• Initial Cost: You can give today without deducting anything now.
• Flexible: You can adjust your gift or change your mind at any time and for any reason.
• Lasting Impact: Your gift creates your legacy of early childhood education for generations to come.

Simple ways to include a gift in your will.

Gift of a specific sum of money or item of property. “I give, devise and bequeath ____________ (insert dollar amount or description of property to be donated) to Space Coast Early Intervention Center Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization located at 3790 Dairy Rd, Melbourne, FL, to be used to support the programs and services offered at the Center.”
Please contact the Community Foundation for Brevard for assistance with any of your planned giving. Let us know if you’ve made the decision to include SCEIC in your will or trust. We don’t want to miss the opportunity to say thank you for your generous gift.

MAKE A WISH COME TRUE

It takes a lot of crayons and glue to keep our kids interested in learning. Please read the lists below and see if you have an in-kind donation to give.

Big Wish List

  • New Fencing
  • Flooring and Carpeting
  • iPads, Lifeproof iPad Cases (1)
  • Computers (Desktop or Laptop)
  • Camera Surveillance System

Everyday Wishes

  • Batteries: AA, AAA, C, D, 9V
  • Jumbo Sidewalk Chalk
  • School Glue (8 oz.)
  • Play-Doh: All colors and multi-packs
  • Foam Bath Soap
  • Dish Soap
  • Hand Soap (no antibacterial)
  • Disinfectant Spray
  • Clorox Wipes
  • Google-Eyes: Jumbo and all colors

Everyday Wishes Continued

  • Laminate Pouches
  • 50-Gallon Trash Bags
  • 13-Gallon Tie String Trash Bags
  • Bags of Play Sand
  • Spray Bottles
  • Water Beads
  • Painter’s Tape
  • Sticky Tak
  • Magnetic Strips
  • Home Depot or Lowes Cards For Repairs