Following a tragic family loss, Dolores and Allen Mortimer turned their pain into support for so many in Pinellas County when they established the House of Mercy and Encouragement Foundation. The Dunedin-based nonprofit organization provides mental health therapy to individuals and families in Pinellas County.
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.
Community Law Program provides virtual eviction mitigation services to Pinellas residents affected by COVID-19 with help from PCF through Pinellas CARES Nonprofit Partnership Fund grants.
Green Book of Tampa Bay is a nonprofit agency that publishes a Black-owned business directory to support Tampa Bay businesses. With grant money from the PCF Venture Philanthropy Fund, the agency is able to provide other supporting services as well.
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 grants support individuals in Pinellas County living with a disability. Thanks to the ADA, there are abundant resources to help individuals with disabilities. Learn how to get support or how you can help others in Pinellas County.
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.
Leah Slavensky has spent the past six years building a strong PCF presence in the community. Now that she has retired, she will transition into a different role at PCF.
The day known as Juneteeth was a defining moment in America’s history — the day Texas became the last state to free all who were enslaved. As a national holiday, it’s now a time to honor African American culture and achievements.
North Greenwood residents formed the Clearwater Martin Luther King Jr. Neighborhood Center Coalition to spearhead salvation efforts for the Historic Clearwater MLK Center. Pinellas County Schools leased the building to the Coalition for $1 per year until they could secure funds and renovate the facility.