The Southwest Florida Community Foundation launched an Emergency Relief Fund in March, collecting donations to be used by nonprofits in Southwest Florida to help neighbors with food, shelter and basic human needs due to the economic challenges caused by COVID-19.
Get the facts about the CARES Act's provisions for college students and state education, as well as learning about new studies on college completion, technical education, and more.
Gulf Coast Community Foundation and Charles & Margery Barancik Foundation have awarded over $880,000 in grants from their joint COVID-19 Response Initiative, providing relief to nonprofit organizations leading the region’s COVID-19 assistance efforts.
Through their Fund, Brynne & Bob Coletti provide philanthropic support for charities, nonprofits, and educational institutions nationwide. They have also supported local organizations such as the Guadalupe Center, Naples Botanical Garden, NCEF, NCH Healthcare System, and the Everglades Foundation.
An essay that offers a frame through which to view Covid-19 as it plays off longstanding racial inequities, and why an inclusive recovery of its ravages requires a radical reimagining of the broken systems the pandemic has exposed.
Together we can make internships happen and connect people with disabilities to opportunities.
An op-ed by the Tampa Bay Times editorial board on the importance of the Census to Floridians.
A letter to the editor by Robert McFalls, former President and CEO of FPN, which is part of the Florida Counts Census 2020 Initiative, on the importance of the Census.
United Way of Northeast Florida and United Way of St. Johns are committed to ensuring that residents in Northeast Florida have access to basic needs and critical community services during this time of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Beaches Community Fund has rallied behind the Beaches-area nonprofit community to make nearly $365,000 in grants to address both immediate, COVID-19 related needs and continuing issues.