Frequently Asked Questions About Pinellas Community Foundation

Pinellas Community Foundation is a charitable organization, founded in 1969, that offers support, resources, and information to address the needs of the people and nonprofit organizations of Pinellas County. A key part of our mission is to help donors at all levels create a charitable giving plan as a way to support the community issues they care about. So, who are the agencies doing incredible work to address the needs of the community? And how can we partner with you to fulfill your philanthropic vision? You can find the answers to these questions and more below.

What nonprofit organizations has PCF supported through funding?

Take a look at all the incredible grantees and social service agencies we’ve had the pleasure of partnering with to support the Pinellas County community.

What is a PCF membership and who are the members?

PCF members are citizens committed to improving life in the community, who give an annual donation to support annual competitive grant programs in any amount. These funds are put back into the community quickly and given to the organizations doing the most impactful work in Pinellas County. View the list of the current PCF members.

What funds are entrusted to PCF?

View a list of all the individual and agency endowment funds held at PCF.

Which communities and social services areas are represented in PCF’s leadership?

Learn more about the incredible servant-leaders on the PCF Board of Governors.

Who provides fiscal oversight of the foundation’s investments?

Find out which financial institutions are represented on the PCF Trustee Banks.

How do I know PCF values transparency and fiscal responsibility?

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Meg Lokey

Meg Lokey

Director of Donor and Advisor Relations