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.
An anonymous donor determined to make a difference in underserved markets in our community worked with PCF to design a fund that supports newly formed, mission-driven nonprofits with low annual budgets.
Pinellas Community Foundation welcomes Leigh Davis as the new Director of Donor and Advisor Relations. Leigh will assist in advancing the PCF mission to ensure charitable nonprofits in Pinellas County can continue their work to build a brighter future for every resident.
North Greenwood residents fight to keep the Clearwater MLK Community Center open as the heart of the neighborhood.
Since 1974 the Clearwater MLK Center located at 1202 Douglas Ave. has given the neighborhood a place to commune, learn, play, and celebrate.
Golden Generations program participants shop for seniors during the pandemic to keep the program going and help our most vulnerable citizens.
The Advantage Village Academy staff provides boxes of fresh produce, eggs, and other proteins for the week at the drive-thru pantry.
Danijela Janjic was ecstatic when she received her acceptance letter to the University of Florida in 2006. A college degree was her American dream. However, when she realized the acceptance required her to start in the summer term, she wasn’t sure if she would...