PCF interviewed the Social Justice Fund founder to get his perspective on philanthropic giving, the fund’s creation, and working with Pinellas Community Foundation to support small businesses in Pinellas County.
Due to Florida budget changes, the WK Preservation Group urgently needs your support to save the West Klosterman Preserve in Tarpon Springs from being destroyed by developers.
Pinellas Community Foundation makes philanthropic giving easier with an online donor-advised fund application. Start your charitable journey today.
Bay Area Legal Services used a PCF grant to provide critical legal help and representation to many Pinellas County families during the pandemic.
A renewed focus on arts and culture has the Pinellas community booming with collaboration, discussion, and arts summer camps this year.
The Florida Botanical Gardens Foundation is committed to preserving the environmental oasis in the middle of Pinellas County. The 100-acre park offers guests a serene landscape to connect, learn, and relax. With the help of a PCF grant, the foundation’s board can focus its energy where it’s needed most.
The Family Center on Deafness offers essential services to deaf or hard of hearing children. Through local partnerships and a focus on togetherness, FCD sponsors events and programs that support the deaf community.
With only about a dozen community-based aphasia centers across the country, Voices of Hope for Aphasia is one of the largest — and a PCF grant recipient since 2020. Through this partnership, PCF helps foster an environment where everyone is heard.
The PCF Social Justice Fund aims to increase Tampa Bay nonprofits’ capacity and hands-on impact through trust-based philanthropy. The fund focuses on organizations working around issues of injustice and equity.
Pinellas Community Foundation is a trusted vehicle for community donations to assist Ukrainians with their growing humanitarian needs.