Hilton-owned hotels throughout the Suncoast will donate rooms to doctors, nurses, EMTs, paramedics and other frontline medical staff who need a place to sleep, recharge or isolate from their families.
Fourteen human service agencies serving 194,407 families throughout the region have been awarded emergency funding from United Way Suncoast's COVID-19 response fund.
Venice Regional Center for Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine provides specialized wound treatments.
The emergency order strongly urges citizens to wear protective masks in public.
Airport leadership says traffic is expected to be down by a whopping 95 percent in April.
Two teams from the school have been named finalists in the MathWorks Math Modeling Challenge.
Tammy's team members donated 50 cloth masks for food bank staffers to wear while working at the office in order to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
The organization ranked No. 18 on The NonProfit Times' annual list.
The 3.6-acre facility was completed in three months at a port investment of $916,093, while supporting 10 construction jobs.
The program offers medical personnel, police officers and firefighters free laundry services.
The school board says it intends to fill the position before the beginning of the 2020-2021 school year.
Prior to joining De Soto National Memorial, Bond was the NPS chief archeologist and departmental consulting archeologist for the U.S. Department of the Interior.
The Gulf Coast Community Foundation and Charles & Margery Barancik Foundation have issued 11 grants totaling more than $220,000 to relieve strain on key health and human-service organizations.
The Manasota Key-based Cook family will match donations up to $100,000 through June 30.
Tervis prez Rogan Donnelly added that all of Tervis' full-time employees would continue receive 100 percent of their pay and health benefits.
The fund's lead gift of $250,000 comes from the Louis & Gloria Flanzer Philanthropic Trust.
The county’s six Creation Stations allow library staff to safely make masks.
The initiative was born after a survey of SMH employees reported that more than 1,400 children needed somewhere to go while schools and daycare facilities are closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The organization has placed a temporary hold on food donations, and group volunteering has also been reduced. All Faiths staff members are filling the gaps.
The fund will help local educators, students and families focus on student learning while school campuses are closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.