Raise your hand with me if you love Fall in Southwest Florida! It’s such a wonderful time of year, not only because family and friends ramp up the number of......News PressPhilanthopy & Community TrustNo comment0 Likes
Strengthen the means of implementation, grow resources, increase cross-sector partnerships, and build capacity to address challenges and seize opportunities.
A region’s biggest challenges cannot be solved in isolation. Moving toward greater resilience and sustainable progress requires the on-going development and nurturing of relationships among individuals and organizations across sectors and boundaries. With the right framework, including the development of shared goals, measurements to track change and continuously improve, mutually reinforcing activities, and communication, communities can realize meaningful change in the areas that are important to all.
Philanthropy plays a critical role in supporting a community or region’s long-term sustainability and ability to solve societies biggest problems. It comes in all shapes in sizes. Sharing assets, developing resources, brokering strong partnerships, and capacity-building are some of the ways in which Philanthropy is a strategic tool in our region’s toolbox for change-making.
Thank you to everyone who hosted or attended an On the Table Southwest Florida Conversation on October 17. Enjoy the photos and if you don't see yours, please send to us at [email protected] Your Voice Matters, and so do your notes and photos :)!...Philanthopy & Community TrustPress ReleasesNo comment0 Likes
The Women’s Legacy Fund (WLF) of the Southwest Florida Community Foundation will hold its 2019 Fall Breakfast for Contributors, Friends and those interested in being part of the WLF on......Economy & JobsPhilanthopy & Community TrustPress ReleasesNo comment0 Likes
Each summer I turn over this column to the Southwest Florida Community Foundation’s nonprofit grantee partners. These are organizations who have received funding, made possible by donors, to support change-making......Florida WeeklyPhilanthopy & Community TrustNo comment0 Likes