Local Government Encourages Employee Philanthropy Through Volunteerism
Largo’s local government nurtures employee philanthropy through an internal program that rewards city employees for volunteering with local nonprofits.
PCF Social Justice Fund Grants Help Young Kings & Queens Expand Services
Thanks to PCF Social Justice Fund, Young Kings & Queens College Prep introduces more high school students to postsecondary education options.
PCF Social Justice Fund Supports Mobile Art Studio
PCF Social Justice Fund provides grants for NOMADstudio programs and multiyear staffing needs to support and grow the mobile art studio.
Leading By Example: WestCMR Encourages Employee Philanthropy
Through an intentional process, Clearwater-based WestCMR gives to more than two dozen nonprofit organizations annually, totaling nearly $2 million over the past seven years.
The Gathering of Women: Pinellas County Ladies Come Together To Uplift the Community
The Gathering of Women forms community projects that bring economic opportunities to people in need and strives to uplift the community.
Pinellas Community Foundation in Tarpon Springs: Putting the “Art” in Partnership
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 ─ Healthy Bay, Healthy Community
Tampa Bay Watch provides habitat for important wildlife and improves quality of life and the environment in which we live, work, and play.
Project Prosper: Empowering Immigrants and Refugees With Financial Literacy and Inclusion
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.
Supporting Education and Philanthropy Through PCF-Partnered Scholarships
With partnerships between the Pinellas Community Foundation and local universities, starting a charitable scholarship is easier than ever.
Gulf Coast Jewish Family and Community Services: An Organization Ready To Answer Your Call
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.