IMPORTANT UPDATE: As our Keys community responds to COVID-19, please know that your Community Foundation is open for business and here to help. To aid with COVID-19 relief and response efforts, we are accepting online donations to the Florida Keys Emergency Relief Fund here. Funds will be used to provide critical support in the days ahead. Please make gifts online, by wire transfer, or U.S. mail in lieu of delivering donations in person.
CFFK’s professional staff will continue all fund management operations, gift processing and acknowledgements, making grants, and managing our emergency relief campaign. Please contact us with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 305-292-1502. Please follow us on Facebook for the latest updates.
Thank you for your generosity and support. Working together, we will make our community even stronger for the future.
CFFK grants help Keys nonprofits provide services to residents in need. See how the Healthy Start Coalition Keys Healthy-Start is assisting pregnant women and young children with essentials, classes, health care and more. ... See MoreSee Less
Grants from the Emergency Relief Fund at CFFK are providing residents with food, housing, rent assistance, health care services, animal care, and more. Hear how the Upper Keys Humane Society is using needed funds to help crisis-impacted residents and their pets in the Upper Keys. ... See MoreSee Less
Kate Banick, Executive Director of Good Health Clinic, talks about how their new medical and referral coordinator will assist over 900 patients in the Upper Keys, thanks to a grant from CFFK. ... See MoreSee Less
Hear from CEO Jennifer McComb about CFFK’s ongoing efforts to assist our community with COVID-19 relief on “It’s Too Early” with journalist Gwen Filosa on Island Radio 106.9 FM (recorded live). Jennifer shares our most recent efforts to aid the Keys and how you can help. Listen now at cffk.org/help. ... See MoreSee Less
CFFK Live! Catch CEO Jennifer McComb live on US 1 Radio’s Morning Show tomorrow (May 20th) with Bill Becker at 8 a.m. Jennifer will discuss all of CFFK’s efforts to help the Keys during the pandemic and how you can help. ... See MoreSee Less
CFFK grants are helping nonprofits assist residents in need due to COVID-19's economic effects. Billy Davis, executive director/founder of A Positive Step of Monroe County, tells us how they're serving seniors and high-risk adolescents and their families during the pandemic. You can also read more about A Positive Step and CFFK's partnership in KonkLife (konklife.com). ... See MoreSee Less
See first-hand how we’re partnering to help our community. Subscribe to the CFFK channel on YouTube to see videos of how CFFK grants and programs benefit the Keys. Subscribing is easy – login to YouTube or create an account, search for CFFK, select one of over 37 videos currently on the channel, and click on the red Subscribe button. You’ll be able to easily locate future videos and won’t miss a single update or interview. ... See MoreSee Less
In Paradise For Good! Tune in tomorrow morning (May 14th) at 8:15 a.m. to Island Radio 106.9 FM when CFFK CEO Jennifer McComb will be the guest on “It’s Too Early” with Gwen Filosa. Jennifer will discuss CFFK’s efforts to help the Keys during the pandemic and how you can also help. ... See MoreSee Less
Our residents in most need right now are benefiting from CFFK grants. See how Metropolitan Community Church’s “Cooking with Love” Program is supplying hot meals and groceries to seniors. ... See MoreSee Less
CFFK On The Air! Don’t miss President and CEO Jennifer McComb live on US 1 Radio’s Morning Show tomorrow (May 13th) at 8 a.m. Jennifer will discuss how CFFK is helping Keys residents and nonprofits during the coronavirus crisis, including $90,000 in new grants for immediate relief. ... See MoreSee Less
Good News! CFFK is providing an additional $90,000 to help Keys residents with food, housing, rent assistance, health care services, and more. The new grants are thanks to generous donations to the Florida Keys Emergency Relief Fund at CFFK. The grants support 20 nonprofits to deliver direct critical aid to low-income families, seniors, children, unemployed service workers, homeless individuals, and others. Contributions are still needed to meet the huge demand for assistance. We hope those who can will join the generous individuals who have already given to support our community. Find out how at cffk.org/help. ... See MoreSee Less
CFFK's grants are helping Keys nonprofits assist families in need due to COVID-19's economic effects. Chuck Licis, executive director of the Take Stock In Children - Monroe County discusses how its Take Stock in Children program is helping low-income and out of work families with children who are critically in need of support for basic expenses. ... See MoreSee Less