The Plantation Community Foundation is an organization dedicated to improving the quality of life of South Sarasota County residents by supporting organizations involved in social services, health care, educational, environmental and cultural activities.
Since inception, the formula of caring and sharing - "Making a Difference" - and having fun doing it, is still going strong. In 2019, the Foundation achieved the milestone of $3 million in aggregate giving thanks to our generous members and friends!
Brenda Eckard, our Membership Chair, has an invitation for you to join us and become a member of the Plantation Community Foundation.
WE HAD A FABULOUS 2020-21 SEASON
We welcomed new members!
Members won prizes from our Membership Perks Program!
We had four successful fundraising events:
Bluegrass & BBQ, Alter Eagles Concert, Tee It Up for the Troops Golf Event
and the Lucky Duck Event
We have awarded more than $3 million dollars in grants
to non-profit organizations since our inception in 1988!
We funded 38 Grants in 2020-2021
and distributed $136,300 to South Sarasota County concerns!
We did all of this because of you, our members. Thank you for being part of the team that is "Making A Difference" in our community.
If you are not a member, consider joining us for the next season. We welcome you to our organization.
"Big Kahuna" Drawing Held 3/31/2020
Sponsored by the Plantation Community Foundation, Inc., a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization. 100% of all contributions are retained by The Plantation Community Foundation, Florida Registration #SC-01039.
A copy of the official registration and financial information may be obtained from the Division of Consumer Services by calling toll-free (800) 435-7352 within the State. Registration does not imply endorsements, approval, or recommendation by the State.
The 2018 Impact Grant was awarded to Literacy Volunteers of South Sarasota County. President Bob Hayden and the Impact Grant Committee presented the grant check to Joe Pokorney, LVSSC President, and Claudia Daniels, grant writer and Board Member.
The award of $19,271, will be used to fund a Study-Lab Program located in the Family Services Center, North Port, FL.
The 2017 Impact Grant awarded to Habitat for Humanity South Sarasota County is presented to Aimee Holmes, Chief Develpment Officer.
The Foundation has generously partnered with Habitat to launch a new home revitalization program, A Brush with Kindness. The award of $16,000, along with paint donated by Sherwin Williams, will be used to paint one home per month for a qualified homeowner.