The Central Florida Impact Community, led by the Central Florida Service Collective at the University of Central Florida, leads the collaborative efforts of about 30 partners, which includes the counties of Lake, Orange (including Orlando), Osceola, and Seminole — and a handful of state and national partners who engage regularly. They have developed subject-specific sub-committees to address the gaps in national service. For example, a housing subcommittee exists to address high rent barriers for those serving. The Collective also has an AmeriCorps Recruiter that supports the University and area partners. It is the mission of The Central Florida Service Collective to connect national service to higher education. There are five valued focus areas that serve as a framework for the work being done by the Central Florida Service Collective: outreach, service, advocacy, scholarship, and partnership.