2021-22 Fundraising Season






November 17th 

Fall "Fun" Raiser  Hold onto your Hats!

December 15th

PCF Community Food Drive​


February 6th

PCF Golf Outing

March 30th

Broadway Under the Stars

April 6th

The Lucky Ducks are coming again!


2020-21 Fundraising Season     Final Event

Lucky Duck Event


Sales began in January as Patsy Scuzzo, head duck seller, and Myrna Bianco, sold ducks for the Derby, along with a team of volunteers. The event was held on April 15 at the PG&CC pool.  658 ducks were gently placed in the pool....and then the fun began.  Forty-five random ducks were plucked from the pool and prizes were awarded.  


A synchronized swim team of eight performed to entertain the crowd.


The event was Co-Chaired by Brenda Eckard and Janice McClanaghan.


Monies raised at all PCF events benefit nonprofit agencies in South Sarasota County.

First Place Winners


James & Kathleen Monahan

Lucky Ducks for Sure!!!!  













The Final Event of the

2020-21 Fundraising Season brought smiles to many faces.  



View the Video of Entertainment at the Event.


Enjoy the PCF's Synchronized Swimmers as they entertained the crowd at the Lucky Duck event.  


Video compliments of Robert McClanaghan

Impact Grant


      The PCF was able to award 2 Community Impact Grants in 2019.

      $26,000 was awarded to InStride Therapy to start a new therapeutic program for veterans suffering from PTSD and related conditions.     

     $48,000 was awarded to the Senior Friendship Center in Venice to fully upgrade two of their client lavatories.   


     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. 


Members of Plantation Community Foundation celebrate, with volunteers and the Executive Director of the Englewood Community Care Clinic, Inc., the Community "Impact Grant" which is funding a complete new laboratory.



Plantation Community Foundation's partnership with Gulf Coast Community Foundation provided funding for two new STEMsmart (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) classrooms in Venice Middle School.

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