For June 2018, in partnership with United Philanthropy Forum, FPN is pleased to share information concerning several important policy discussions happening at the federal level.
Central Florida's leaders in education, with funding from Helios Education Foundation, launched the Central Florida Education Ecosystem Database (CFEED)
While Florida has made strides in reducing the number of uninsured children, a national health-care expert warned Thursday that those gains are likely stalling, and she put part of the blame on increased scrutiny of immigration status. This is the summary from the recent webinar.
Mariette Brodeur, J.D. has joined The Community Foundation for Northeast Florida as Gift Planning Officer.
The Charitable Giving Coalition, including United Philanthropy Forum, recently acknowledged U.S. Representatives Smith and Cuellar for their leadership in paving the way for a Universal Charitable Deduction.
A new report by the Georgetown University Center for Children and Families provides an overview of how recent changes to the federal CHIP law will impact children’s health coverage in Florida. The report, developed with the support of the Health Affinity funders of the Florida Philanthropic Network.
In June, UF Health Jacksonville will open a new center to provide advanced care for epilepsy patients.
Approximately 3,300 Southwest Florida residents will have free access to comprehensive dental care with the expansion of the We Care Dental Clinic.
Industry, higher-education and government leaders serving on the National Commission on Financing 21st Century Higher Education, which is funded by the Lumina Foundation, identified specific policy recommendations to prepare states for a strong economic future. Read their takeaways for state leaders.
A new report by FPN finds that Florida women are suffering growing rates of suicide, chronic disease and abuse, a problem made worse by gaps in insurance coverage and poverty in certain communities.