WhatGives? Newsletter

WhatGives is dedicated to the healing and restoration of the Pinellas community.

WhatGives? Newsletter

Winter 2021, Volume 4

Leading From the Heart: 2020 Annual Report

Learn about the cross-agency collaborations, public-private partnerships, intergovernmental programs, and the generosity of donors and volunteers that drive a resurgence of spirit and success in our annual report.

Needed Now Fund Update

Our partners identified feeding the hungry and mitigating evictions as two of the greatest areas of concern following the recent pandemic. Find out how we’re addressing these issues in the commuity.

Have a Seat. Let’s Talk. Let’s Eat.

Harbor Dish continues to support those faced with food insecurity by providing community-set, cafe-style nutritional meals to those in need in Pinellas County. 

Giving From Retirement Asset Benefits Donor and Recipient

By making contributions through a required IRA distribution, Jim and Sue Petru support high-impact organizations, such as PCF and its nonprofit grantees, while maximizing their tax benefits.

Bridging the Gap: The Shirley Proctor Puller Foundation

The Shirley Proctor Puller Foundation offers South St. Petersburg students educational support with help from Pinellas Community Foundation and other community partners.

2021 INSPIRE Award Recipient: Support Your Passion

Pinellas Community Foundation presented the 2021 Inspire Award to former longtime board member Byron Smith for his passion in creating win-win gifting opportunities for his clients and local nonprofits.

The Woodson — A First for Florida

The Woodson is to be the first newly constructed museum in Florida dedicated to celebrating African American history, art, and culture.

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