Reverend Stephen Braddock-Matthew 25 Fund

The Reverend Stephen Braddock Mathew 25 Fund. To honor Reverend Stephen Braddock’s wishes to provide meals for the hungry, end of life care, services for addicts, and support for service dogs for disabled individuals

Making a Donation

You may make an online donation on this page by clicking the button above. If you are making a donation by check, please send to the CFFK office, 300 Southard St., Suite 201, Key West, FL 33040. Note in the Memo field that this donation is for the Reverend Stephen Braddock-Matthew 25 Fund.

You may also make gifts to this fund by stock, wire transfer, real estate, and more. Please click here for instructions.

If you are interested in leaving a legacy gift to the Reverend Stephen Braddock-Matthew 25 Fund through your will or estate plan, please contact CFFK at (305) 292-1502 or email here.

Thank you for your generosity.

About Your Community Foundation

The Community Foundation of the Florida Keys manages over 200 funds and endowments throughout the Keys and is a 501(c)(3) charitable nonprofit (EIN #65-0648968). Since 1996, the Community Foundation has been helping individuals and families leave a legacy in the Keys by inspiring giving and by investing in people and solutions to benefit every resident from Key Largo to Key West. Over $32 million in grants have been made to student scholarships, arts and culture, beautification and preservation of the Keys, health and human services, hurricane relief, and youth programs. The Community Foundation, In Paradise For Good, celebrated its 26th year in 2022. CFFK is known for its signature “Unsung Heroes” event which honors nonprofit volunteers. For more information, call (305) 292-1502 or click here.

Reverend Stephen Braddock (July 25, 1964 – June 14, 2023)
The Reverend Stephen Braddock arrived in Key West in 1999 and quickly became a part of the island community. Stephen assumed the role of President and CEO of the The Florida Keys Outreach Coalition (FKOC) from 2000-2017. He grew FKOC from a small 16-bed shelter for homeless male addicts to a multifaceted organization consisting of seven facilities with 180 beds, serving persons who were recovering from homelessness, domestic violence, alcohol and drug addiction, and living with serious mental illness. Stephen also founded Key West’s Loaves and Fish Food Pantry; established the annual Homeless Persons’ Memorial Day; sat on and chaired numerous nonprofit boards throughout the Keys, statewide and nationally; and served as the lead hospice chaplain on the interdisciplinary team for Hospice/VNA of the Florida Keys. The Community Foundation would like to thank Stephen for thinking of his community and joining the Legacy Society to make sure his wishes are taken care of in perpetuity.

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