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...
John Taylor’s civic-minded parents have inspired him to make charitable gifts to his community by supporting Oldsmar Cares and other nonprofits.
Learn how professional advisors, like 2020 PCF Inspire Award Champion Bruce McManus, encourage philanthropy and inspire local residents and business people to invest in the future of Pinellas County.
Pinellas Community Foundation is opening a satellite office at The Factory in the Warehouse Arts District of South St. Petersburg. We are requesting visitors to schedule an appointment to ensure social distancing at this time.
Grant Awards Help At-Risk Youth, Families, Homeless, Disabled, Mental Health, and Arts Nonprofit Organizations in Pinellas
Pinellas Community Foundation awards 2021 Capital Improvement and Equipment Grants to help local at-risk youth, family, homeless, disabled, mental health, and arts nonprofit programs serving Pinellas County residents.
PCF honors the late Rene Hammond, a brave community hero who shared her firsthand experience with racism as a Holocaust survivor.
Darla Otey strives each day at Girls Inc. to inspire the girls of Pinellas County to follow their dreams and build community through after-school programs and ongoing support during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Community supporters and local arts organizations teamed up with PCF to ensure the local arts community thrives in the aftermath of COVID-19 and is equipped to handle future emergencies.
Join us as we celebrate the life and legacy of Suzanne Ruley, Pinellas county’s beloved wife, mother, colleague, philanthropist, and community arts advocate.