For Good

Partner Content Sheila Kinman, CAP®
, Senior Vice President, Philanthropy
, Community Foundation Tampa Bay

Wise giving = More giving


Feature Story The tour stops at an area called The Scrub during the late 1860-1880s. The scrub-palmetto landscape, later known as Central Park Village, housed the families of African-American domestic workers, factory workers, skilled laborers, and their families.

Photo story: Central Avenue walking tour


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Charitable giving is on an upward trajectory in Florida as are the needs of people and charitable community projects serving everything from the arts to animal shelters to disease and healthcare. More than one in 10 workers are employed by mission-driven organizations, making the growing nonprofit sector one of the state's leading employers. In the Tampa Bay region, more than 10,000 nonprofits go about the business of pursuing a social mission.