CFFK’s recent grants are helping nonprofits provide assistance to residents in need. Hear from some of the grantees directly about how they’re helping our Keys community with CFFK’s support.
Billy Davis, executive director and founder of A Positive Step of Monroe County, tells us how they are serving seniors and high-risk adolescents and their families during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Kate Banick, Executive Director of the Good Health Clinic, talks about how their new medical and referral coordinator will assist their over 900 patients in the Upper Keys.
See how donor funds are helping Special Olympics Florida Monroe County assist Amber and others through its “Healthy Athletes” program.
Our Keys residents in most need, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic, are benefiting from CFFK grants. See how Metropolitan Community Church’s “Cooking with Love” Program is supplying hot meals and groceries to seniors.
CFFK grants support families and children in need. See how CFFK funds are being used by Samuel’s House to provide shelter and assistance to families.
Chuck Licis, executive director of the Monroe County Education Foundation, 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 help for basic expenses due to the pandemic crisis.
Sarah Egner, director of education for MarineLab/Marine Resources Development Foundation, talks about their partnership with the Upper Keys YMCA and how the program is benefiting youth ages 5 to 12.
Stephanie Kaple, executive director of the Florida Keys Outreach Coalition, talks about the new “First 30 Days Out of Homelessness” Program and how it will help homeless individuals get back on track.
Grace Epperly of the Key West Art Center talks about how the Center works with artists. With CFFK’s support, they provide programs and events to benefit the Keys community.
Scott Pridgen, executive director of A.H. of Monroe County, shares how its Healthy Food Program is benefiting people living with HIV/AIDS in the community and others in need.
Pastor William Finnin, Big Pine United Methodist Church, talks about how they help Big Pine and Lower Keys residents in need.