Together We Do More Good
Are you willing to help make a difference in the lives of your neighbors and friends?
We Exist to Improve the Entire Community
What We Do
Unlike nonprofit organizations focused on a single cause, the Charlotte Community Foundation exists to improve the entire community. We do so by serving our donors, advocating for philanthropy and supporting other nonprofit organizations.
By working across the community, we are able to gain extensive knowledge of Charlotte County and what makes the community tick — including the needs of our residents, the forces of change and the region’s capacity for growth.
Serving Charlotte County since 1995, the Charlotte Community Foundation connects people who care with causes that matter. Through December, 2018 the CCF has awarded $1.5 million in total annual grants and scholarships.
Our goal is to enhance the quality of life for Charlotte County residents by nurturing a community of givers and connecting them to the causes that make a difference. We want to help build an enduring community of philanthropy that addresses community needs now and in the future.
The Charlotte Community Foundation was originally established as a nonprofit foundation designed to support Adventist Hospital. When the hospital was sold and became the Charlotte Regional Medical Center in 1995, the foundation transitioned into a separate nonprofit organization called the Charlotte Community Foundation and took on a wider role in the community.
Making a Difference
Ways to Give
From cash to securities to naming the Charlotte Community Fund as a beneficiary on an insurance policy, there are a wide variety of ways to create your own fund or add to an existing fund. As a charity recognized by the Internal Revenue Service, donating through the Charlotte Community Foundation also allows you to recognize the maximum benefits allowed by law.