Creative Clay artists with disabilities benefit from PCF funds for arts education in St. Petersburg.

What Do You Do for a Living?

Thanks to your continuing contributions, Ali is able to acquire the training necessary to flourish as a fine artist with the help of Creative Clay. Students of all ages with cognitive, physical and emotional disabilities benefit from this St. Petersburg-based nonprofit organization dedicated to making art accessible to everyone.

Caregiver Ted and his Aunt Shirley still enjoy each other thanks to respite care funded by a PCF grant.

ACT II: Feats of Caregiving

When you walk into the home shared by Ted and his Aunt Shirley, you are greeted by an atmosphere of love. When Shirley was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease at age 82, Ted, then 70, selflessly took over the care of his aunt. After a few years, Ted recognized that...
Alexandria Crawford is an apprentice at American Stage Theatre in St. Petersburg.

Broadway Is Calling

Alex Crawford — or Alexandria on a Broadway marquee — practically lived at American Stage Theatre. Since she was a child, it’s been Alexandria’s second home. She started with summer drama camp, continued with acting classes, and was selected for an American Stage...
Christopher Kelly is a College Fund of Pinellas scholarship recipient

Supporting Education

Stand in the shoes of a high school senior today. Competition is tough and only select high school seniors earn what they need to cover college expenses. Christopher Keith, in his sophomore year at Florida Agriculture and Mechanical University in Tallahassee, was able...