Community Foundation of Sarasota County works with partners and donors to support housing and shelter for families. Editorial by President and CEO Roxie Jerde.
48 individuals and nonprofits honored with the prestigious Celebrate Clay Awards presented by the Paul E. and Klare N. Reinhold Foundation Inc., which supports philanthropic and charitable organizations that work to improve the quality of life for Clay County residents.
Impact Leader Council Co-Chairman Dr. Kiko Suarez from Lumina Foundation spoke about the importance of data for good in technology, healthcare, education and all key sectors.
Cheer: More than 1,400 donors across the area, for contributing around $286,000 during the Amazing Give, a 24-hour fundraising campaign organized by the Community Foundation of North Central Florida, bringing together nearly 50 nonprofits for the effort.
To help Florida’s diverse population make informed choices about their health and nutrition, the Florida Blue Foundation continued its support of the Florida Literacy Coalition for an eighth year by awarding 15 grants totaling almost $75,000 at the 32nd Annual Florida Literacy Conference in St. Petersburg.
An internationally recognized geriatrician was the featured speaker at Palm Healthcare Foundation's annual Spring Luncheon. “A Prescription for the Next 50 Years” was the theme for the event, which focused on advancement and innovation in health.
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.