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Support the mission, programs and services of the Community Foundation of the Florida Keys.
Foundation Society

Donors who give $1,000 and above are considered members of the Foundation Society.

Foundation Society Giving Levels:

  • $1,000 – $2,499 Bronze
  • $2,500 – $4,999 Silver
  • $5,000 – $9,999 Gold VIP
  • $10,000 and above Platinum VIP
Friends of the Foundation

Donors will become Friends of the Foundation with gifts under $1,000.

Memorials and Honorariums

Donors can make a gift to the Community Foundation in honor or in memory of a family member or loved one. (Note: Please indicate who this gift is in honor or in memory of in the “Additional Information”.

Legacy Society

Donors can also include CFFK in their wills and estate plans. LEARN MORE

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Florida Keys Future Fund

The Florida Keys Future Fund supports grants to local nonprofits throughout the Keys in all areas, including the arts, environment, healthcare, recreation and more. This grant making fund is truly the power of collective giving in action.

Donor Funds

CFFK manages more than 140 funds that support grants to nonprofits, scholarships and awards, and endowments. Click the button below for a complete list of funds and to make a tax-deductible gift to a specific fund under CFFK management.

CFFK Receives National Recognition By Meeting Highest Standards of Philanthropy

CFFK has received accreditation by meeting the nation’s highest standards for philanthropic excellence. This significant recognition comes from the National Standards for U.S. Community Foundations and demonstrates CFFK’s commitment to transparency, quality, integrity and accountability in local giving.

Recognized in the top tier of community foundations nationwide, CFFK has been accredited since 2005. The National Standards program establishes legal, ethical and effective practices for community foundations everywhere. With over 500 community foundations accredited nationwide, the program provides quality assurance to donors, as well as to legal and financial advisors.

“The National Standards accreditation is a seal of approval,” said Dianna Sutton, President and CEO of the Community Foundation. “When people make a charitable gift, bequest or establish a fund, they are putting their trust in us. They are counting on us to manage their investment wisely and honor their wishes.”

The program requires CFFK to document its policies for donor services, investments, grant making and administration. Said Randy Royster, board member of the Council on Foundations, “Meeting the National Standards benchmarks is a rigorous, comprehensive process. It represents a foundation’s commitment to demonstrate accountability and excellence to communities, policymakers, and the public.”

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