Tampa Bay Watch provides habitat for important wildlife and improves quality of life and the environment in which we live, work, and play.
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PCF grantee, Project Prosper, offers programs to immigrants and refugees in the Tampa Bay Area to help them navigate the U.S. financial system to achieve stability and self-sufficiency.
Due to Florida budget changes, the WK Preservation Group urgently needs your support to save the West Klosterman Preserve in Tarpon Springs from being destroyed by developers.
The Florida Botanical Gardens Foundation is committed to preserving the environmental oasis in the middle of Pinellas County. The 100-acre park offers guests a serene landscape to connect, learn, and relax. With the help of a PCF grant, the foundation’s board can focus its energy where it’s needed most.
During a year full of post-pandemic obstacles, PCF boasted positive community impact through remediation support and renewed hope for our health, environment, and growth.
The Woodson African American Museum of Florida Partners With Pinellas Community Foundation To Help Raise $27 Million For New Museum
The Woodson is to be the first newly constructed museum in Florida dedicated to celebrating African American history, art, and culture.
The community is coming together, combining history and technology to preserve the Kellogg Mansion (aka Villa Marina) in Dunedin. Community contributions of $26,560 completed the first tier of this one-of-a-kind project. Completing this campaign phase allows for...
By stretching a penny, FLDC services to Pinellas County residents in need include programs that provide food, home repairs, community clean-up, and more with help from Pinellas Community Foundation.
The community-set, cafe-style meals provided by Harbor Dish give those in need a sense of dignity and a chance to build relationships. When COVID-19 hit, PCF helped Harbor Dish expand into mobile services with a Pinellas CARES Nonprofit Partnership Fund grant.
Pinellas Community Foundation offers a non-partisan, non-directive analysis of the Community Benefits Agreement, or CBA, policy proposed by the city of St. Petersburg.