Stories

Pinellas Impact Story – Creative Clay

Pinellas Impact Story – Creative Clay

Creative Clay's mission is to help people with disabilities achieve full and inclusive lives through access to the arts by providing expressive, educational and vocational experiences. Creative Clay’s team of professional artists provide outreach art experiences to...

read more
Pinellas Impact Story – St. Petersburg Free Clinic

Pinellas Impact Story – St. Petersburg Free Clinic

St. Pete Free Clinic serves over 17,000 Pinellas County residents per month, offering food, healthcare and housing to neighbors in need. "Since the advent of COVID, the Free Clinic has distributed 14 million pounds of food throughout Pinellas County. More than 70% of...

read more
Pinellas Donor Story – Meet Sean King

Pinellas Donor Story – Meet Sean King

Sean King Pinellas Regional Council Member Director of Government Relations and Advocacy for Habitat for Humanity of Pinellas and West Pasco Counties The Community Foundation of Tampa Bay has four Regional Councils – Pinellas, South Shore, Tampa Metro and Nature...

read more
Pinellas Donor Story – Meet Jane Egasti

Pinellas Donor Story – Meet Jane Egasti

Meet Jane Egasti Pinellas Regional Council Member The Community Foundation of Tampa Bay has four Regional Councils – Pinellas, South Shore, Tampa Metro and Nature Coast. Our Regional Councils are made up of ambassadors for philanthropy in the areas where they live and...

read more
Conversation, education decrease stigma around mental health 

Conversation, education decrease stigma around mental health 

The family and friends of Lawrence Hundley Dimmitt IV wanted to take action after his death by suicide in 2017 at 32. They created Love IV Lawrence Foundation, which works to overcome the stigma surrounding depression and suicide and promotes an open dialogue about...

read more
Wimauma Community Education Partnership Showing Results!

Wimauma Community Education Partnership Showing Results!

WORKING TOGETHER TO HELP THE CHILDREN OF WIMAUMA LEARN TO READ AND SO MUCH MOREThe question was simple: How can local nonprofits pool their resources and creative energy to better help the residents of Wimauma – one of the poorest areas in our region – have more...

read more

Search

Archives