You only have what you give. It’s by spending yourself that you become rich. Isabel Allende
A rendering of the exterior of the new Woodson Museum. Courtesy of Huff + Gooden and WJArchitects.

The Latest

The Woodson Museum

PCF to help raise $27 million for a new museum on The Deuces.

Jared’s Story

An adolescent adjusts to post-pandemic life thanks to HOME.

Help Preserve History

Join the effort to digitally preserve The Kellogg Mansion

WhatGives Newsletter

PCF plans progress as Pinellas recovers from the pandemic.

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Community of Women

Learn about the innovative women making their mark in Pinellas.

Creating Star Power

Even during COVID-19, middle school girls keep mind and body fit.

Darla Otey

Inspiring Girls to be Strong, Smart, and Bold

In Memoriam of a Brave Community Hero

PCF friend and Holocaust survivor Rene Hammond, 94, passes away.

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Professional Advisors


INSPIRE honorees change the landscape of Pinellas.


Learn how asking a straightforward question can shape the community landscape.

An Interview With Sandra Diamond

Well-known estate attorney tells how she wins at planned giving.

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Donor Report

Why I Give

John Taylor credits parents for inspiring philanthropy via civic duty.

Philanthropy At Work: Making Dreams Come True

This scholarship fund keeps a family legacy alive.

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Upcoming Events

Senior Citizens Services Accepting Senior Support Letters of Intent

October 1, 2021

From Talking To Doing: Navigating a New America

DEI Conference

Oct. 28-29, 2021

Teenagers fill bags together at a food drive.

Grants Impact

Serving the Black Community, He Never Forgot

Pinellas Cares

Advantage Village Academy distributes food to residents in South St. Petersburg.

Giving Where It Matters Most

Pinellas Community Foundation (PCF) seeks innovative and effective solutions for Pinellas County’s most challenging social, environmental and educational issues. It is only through the generosity of our donors that this work is possible.

You can make a difference in Pinellas County. Are you ready to change lives?

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