Tag Archives: Non-profit

Florida Votes on Conservation Measures Today

Chris Havlicek’s Home State Votes on Conversation Amendment Florida, Chris Havlicek’s current home state, is home to plenty of wildlife, wetlands and natural environments like the Everglades. Today, on voting day, Florida residents will vote on Amendment One. The amendment would use real estate taxes to buy and maintain lands that would help sustain conversation… Read More »

Chris Havlicek Supports the Everglades Foundation Contribution to Cape Sable Project

The Everglades Foundation has contributed $143,000 to the first phase of plugging four canals at Cape Sable in an attempt to stop the threat of rising sea levels. Damaging vegetation, debris and salt water are flooding into the cape causing severe damage. So instead of waiting for government aid and work to continue, the Everglades… Read More »

Boys & Girls Clubs Team Up with Community Organizations to Deliver Food to Families

The Miami Marlins Foundation, Feeding South Florida and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach teamed up to bring perishable and non-perishable food items to families in need in Belle Glade, Florida. The organizations wanted to bring healthy foods to families, so about 80 percent of the food was perishable, including fresh fruits and… Read More »

PNC Donates to Boys & Girls Clubs for Childhood Development

In addition to its Grow Up Great initiative that has raised $350 million, PNC Bank of Florida has donated to the Boys & Girls Clubs, along with other non-profit organizations aimed at education young children. According to research and several studies, children raised in poverty and interacted with much less than their affluent peers, leading… Read More »