7 Tips for Year-end Giving

When the needs in the world feel overwhelming, and you’re drowning in requests for donations, it can be easy to lose sight of the ... continue reading

Manatee County Vs. The Pandemic

Thanks to the Manatee Tiger Bay Club for inviting Manatee Community Foundation to join its panel discussion on November 18, 2021 about the impact ... continue reading

The Value of Going for It

Manatee Community Foundation was delighted to partner with Impact100 SRQ and Results 1st to encourage nonprofit participation in two workshops setting the stage to ... continue reading

When Do Estate Planning Clients Need MCF? 5 Common Scenarios

Manatee Community Foundation can be the perfect partner to help charitable clients achieve their philanthropic legacy goals, in partnership with other estate planning professionals. ... continue reading

Boys & Girls Clubs of Manatee County Awarded $28,980 Grant to Bridge “Digital Divide”

More than ever, Manatee Community Foundation continues to see the impact of the “digital divide” on our children. Students without access to broadband service, ... continue reading

10 Elements of a Good Donor Thank You

There is debate in the sphere of fundraising these days about how “donor-centric” a nonprofit organization should be. Some argue that the mission should ... continue reading

Lakewood Ranch Community Fund Seeks Nominees for Humanitarian of the Year Award

The Lakewood Ranch Community Fund is accepting nominations for the annual C. John A. Clarke Humanitarian of the Year Award. The Fund will honor ... continue reading

Investing in Access to Telehealth

Genesis Health Services is a nonprofit healthcare provider offering affordable and quality health, dental, and behavioral services to families. Most patients are unable to ... continue reading

Vote Yes on November 2

If you care about education, teachers and students, we’re asking you to vote yes. On November 2, 2021, Manatee County residents will be asked ... continue reading

A Conversation About Antisemitism

“Diversity is having a seat at the table. Inclusion is having a voice and Belonging is having that voice be heard.” Liz Fosslien stated ... continue reading