Three years after lengthy discussions with community and health system leaders about the future of health care in Northeast Florida, Baptist Health’s Securing Tomorrow Together…Read More
Let’s face it. First Coast donors are generous.
In the past few years more than a quarter of a billion dollars has been donated, pledged or raised by residents living in Northeast Florida to support the capital campaigns of 12 local nonprofits.
Each sows passionate support of the community and thereby reaps munificence from a passionate list of donors. Through their efforts, a better quality of life has been initiated, improved and preserved for residents across the First Coast.
During the Sulzbacher Center’s September 2015 Transformations gala, public support was announced for the collaborative plans to build an additional center, the Sulzbacher Village, specifically…Read More
For the love of animals, the Jacksonville Humane Society’s Campaign for a Compassionate Community has raised more than half of its $15 million goal to…Read More
As Jewish Family and Community Services (JFCS) approaches its centennial mark of serving residents of all ages, faiths and ethnicities, the nonprofit is embarking on…Read More
A year-long campaign to save Jacksonville’s only substantial original fort – the 1898 Spanish American War Fort – and make it a part of the…Read More
After nearly four decades of providing substance abuse treatment, Gateway Community Services of Jacksonville embarked on its first capital campaign in February 2016 when it…Read More
The American Cancer Society’s compassionate goal to erect 32 Hope Lodges throughout the United States and Puerto Rice has an endgame and many champions in…Read More
Almost one year to the day after construction began, the grand opening and ribbon cutting of The Arc Jacksonville Village, the nation’s first community of…Read More
Located in the historic 5 Points neighborhood of Riverside, The Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens is one of Jacksonville’s best kept secrets. Nationally, however,…Read More
The Winston Family YMCA—the new flagship YMCA on Riverside Avenue—opened its doors August 26, 2016 after great community support for the $21 million capital campaign…Read More
Two years after The Ida Mae Stevens Foundation gave a tract of land – affectionately known as The Woods – to the North Florida School…Read More
Ronald McDonald has a larger house, thanks to the generosity of Jacksonville donors. With 26 more guest rooms, the Ronald McDonald House can serve more…Read More