The Florida Priorities Summit features the state’s most inspirational and influential voices, discussing fresh ideas and new solutions to the most pressing issues facing Florida today.
The May 2016 Tampa Bay Funders Forum (TBFF) will be the final installment of the 2015-2016 TBFF series until September. At this meeting FPN’s new President & CEO Stacy Carlson will be introduced as she shares her general vision for FPN moving forward. In addition to hearing from FPN’s new leader we will conclude a conversation which has taken shape over the past three TBFF luncheons.
A collection of useful links, toolkits, maps, and other information on the coronavirus outbreak.
This one-pager highlights key findings in business ownership from the Status of Women by County: Poverty & Opportunity report commissioned by FPN's Florida Women's Funding Alliance. Florida is among the states with the largest number of women-owned businesses and the greatest growth in women-owned businesses.
The Status of Women in Florida by County: Poverty & Opportunity is one in a series of four publications on women’s status across Florida’s counties commissioned by the Florida Women’s Funding Alliance, an affinity group of Florida Philanthropic Network. This report is released in tandem with “The Status of Women in Florida by County: Population & Diversity,” which analyzes the demographics of women and men in the state.
Analysis of the key nonprofit sector issues in the 1,000 page Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act).
As the political stakes become clearer, more states are trying to motivate residents to participate in the 2020 census this spring. Florida is among the red states now pushing to boost participation.
The Patterson Foundation Contributes Half a Million Dollars to the Center for Disaster Philanthropy’s Hurricane Recovery Fund. The contribution will support medium- and long-term recovery efforts in the regions affected by Hurricanes Florence and Michael.
Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE: WFC) announced today that it has hired veteran banker Dawson Her Many Horses to lead the bank’s services to American Indian/Alaska Native governments and tribally owned enterprises. The new hire comes on the heels of Wells Fargo’s recent announcement of a five-year, $50 million commitment to American Indian/Alaska Native communities to help address their unique economic, social, and environmental needs.
The Jessie Ball duPont Fund has invested $3 million in a Jacksonville nonprofit that promotes affordable housing, community facilities and small business development in Jacksonville’s urban core and surrounding areas.
That influx could lead to as much as $34 million in other financing to be used for the same purpose.