Podcast with Lumnia Foundation President & CEO Jamie Merisotis on the foundation's 2016 Stronger Nation.
In Miami-Dade’s northern neighbor, Nova Southeastern University epidemiologist James Hall co-chaired the Flakka Community Action Team, an advisory council sponsored by Broward County government and the United Way of Broward County
A proposal the House will consider (officially called the Education & Workforce Committee Child Nutrition Reauthorization Bill) would change the criteria for what’s known as “community eligibility” — which means hundreds of Florida schools would no longer be able to offer free meals to their entire student bodies.
JPMorgan Chase & Co. announced a five-year pledge to recruit and hire 1,000 U.S. military Veterans into technology positions. JPMorgan Chase also committed $300,000 to the University of South Florida’s (USF) Florida Center for Cybersecurity to help prepare Veterans for jobs in the rapidly-growing cybersecurity field.
Peter Racine started working with the Jacksonville Jaguars Foundation after the foundation helped his nonprofit get a grant. He never thought he'd be heading up the organization.
First Coast Connect: Podcast with Zoe Neuberger, senior policy analyst with the Center for Budget and Policy Priorities, and Deirdre Conner, director of advocacy and communications at the Jacksonville Public Education Fund, on changes to school lunch laws and how this could affect low-income families on the First Coast.
Through its recent grant cycle, Health Foundation of South Florida has allocated $2,079,387 to help 31 nonprofit organizations accomplish projects intended to improve the health and well-being of residents and communities within Broward, Miami-Dade and Monroe counties.
For Mosaic, helping the world grow the food it needs is more than a mission. It’s a call to action that inspires the company to conduct its work responsibly.
The Safety Rock Foundation, Children’s Board of Hillsborough County, Department of Children and Families and Molina HealthCare will partner with 30 preschools in Hillsborough County to give parents vouchers for free swim lessons.
The Community Foundation of North Central Florida organized Gainesville's inaugural 24-hour giving campaign, The Amazing Give. More than $282,000 was raised for nearly 50 nonprofits.