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Board Names Jennifer McComb as New CFFK President & CEO Starting Oct. 1st

From Citizen Newspaper: New CFFK Leader McComb Has Big Shoes to Fill

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Marriott Beachside Supports CFFK Programs  

(From left): Clif Taylor, Marriott Beachside General Manager; Dianna Sutton, CFFK President/CEO; Stephanie Wiese, Marriott Beachside Director of Operations, and Robert Lamberson, Marriott Beachside Director of Rooms.

CFFK recently received a generous $3,306 donation from the Key West Marriott Beachside as part of our Business Partner in Paradise Program. Through the program, one dollar from every guest staying at the Marriott Resort throughout the year is donated to CFFK for programs to benefit our Keys’ culture, environment and more.

“Marriott Beachside is pleased to be a long-time Business Partner in Paradise with the Community Foundation of the Florida Keys,” says Stephanie Wiese, Director of Hotel Operations for Marriott Beachside. “Our company and our guests recognize the importance of our beautiful environment and unique culture and are pleased to support CFFK’s important work to preserve and protect these amenities in our community.”

The Business Partner in Paradise Program with local hotels, guesthouses and other visitor-related businesses, provides the opportunity for guests to make voluntary donations (typically $1 per guest/visit) to support CFFK programs to benefit nonprofit organizations and residents throughout the Keys. Since 2015, CFFK has been a recipient of Marriott Beachside’s guest voluntary donation program, which the resort originated a number of years ago.

Special thanks to the Marriott Beachside for their support and to all their guests for making a difference in the Keys.

With your help, CFFK has now provided $1.4 million for Hurricane Irma relief and recovery greatly benefiting thousands of our residents from Key West to Key Largo.

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2018 Partners in Paradise

Learn More About Our Key Partnerships with Nonprofit Organizations and How We Are Working Together to Help the Keys Recover

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Three Founders Talk About the Inspiration to Create CFFK

In 1996, a group of community leaders came together to create the Community Foundation, based on the premise that we could accomplish more together than we could individually. In this video, three of our founders share their insights into how it began.

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KEYS RECOVERY VIDEO

Learn more about Keys recovery and the partners leading the efforts, including the Community Foundation, by watching this inspiring video now.

Video courtesy of the Monroe County Tourist Development Council

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About the Community Foundation of the Florida Keys

The Community Foundation serves the needs and philanthropic aims of donors who wish to better the Keys. For more than 20 years, CFFK has been making Key West and the Florida Keys a better place to live now and in the future by encouraging philanthropy and matching these acts of caring to the community needs.  CFFK and its funding partners have granted more than $26 million to the community since 1996 helping residents from Key West to Key Largo through grants to our local nonprofit partners, scholarships and program services. CFFK currently manages over 145 funds and endowments for individuals and other nonprofits and causes throughout the Florida Keys. For questions, call us at 305-292-1502.

The Community Foundation of the Florida Keys is a 501(c)(3) charitable nonprofit organization (EIN #65-0648968) and all contributions are tax deductible.

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