From museums to arts education, Pinellas Community Foundation’s long-standing dedication to arts and culture is evident through its partnerships in Tarpon Springs.
Tampa Bay Watch provides habitat for important wildlife and improves quality of life and the environment in which we live, work, and play.
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.
With partnerships between the Pinellas Community Foundation and local universities, starting a charitable scholarship is easier than ever.
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.
Pinellas Community Foundation and the Pinellas County government partner to disburse $19 million in relief funds for nonprofits recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic.
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 nonprofits that are cultivating improved literacy and resilience in adolescents to expand social justice initiatives throughout the community.
The PCF Social Justice Fund invests in nonprofits that offer STEM- and Wellness-focused youth programs in Pinellas County. The fund focuses on nonprofits that are engaged in social justice initiatives.
The Pinellas Community Foundation invests in Pinellas County nonprofits to expand social justice initiatives throughout the community.