A collaboration between Gulf Coast Jewish Family and Community Services and the St. Petersburg Police Department, known as the CALL program, allows police officers to focus on criminal conduct while social workers respond to nonviolent, noncriminal calls.
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PCF grant funding helps the Pinellas Opportunity Council to continue providing economic relief and financial literacy to Pinellas residents while expanding its community outreach initiatives.
The Pinellas Community Foundation invests in Pinellas County nonprofits to expand social justice initiatives throughout the community.
The Family Center on Deafness offers essential services to deaf or hard of hearing children. Through local partnerships and a focus on togetherness, FCD sponsors events and programs that support the deaf community.
With only about a dozen community-based aphasia centers across the country, Voices of Hope for Aphasia is one of the largest — and a PCF grant recipient since 2020. Through this partnership, PCF helps foster an environment where everyone is heard.
Because food insecurity is an ongoing concern, especially since the pandemic began, PCF supports organizations that are feeding the hungry in Pinellas County.
The Needed Now Fund, designed to address our community’s most pressing needs, has distributed $20K to local nonprofits who feed the hungry and mitigate evictions in Pinellas County. As community needs change, so too will the fund’s focus areas. Learn more about the organizations serving the needs of Pinellas residents.
Gulfcoast Legal Services helped a Pinellas County resident and her children remain in their home after facing the threat of eviction.
Gulfcoast Legal Services, a PCF grant recipient, helps Pinellas County residents in need of legal aid to avoid eviction.
The threat of losing one’s home is terrifying. That’s why PCF created the Needed Now Fund to help prevent eviction for those impacted by the pandemic.