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More cats and dogs can be saved thanks to the recent $8.5 million expansion.
The Realize Bradenton classes will take place both online and in person.
A number of nonprofits are hosting food and toy drives this season.
There will be live music, art, food and more.
The Beauty Bridge Foundation was founded by Caldwell and her daughter during the pandemic to provide hair styling services to local women in need.
The foundation has earned the national ranking from The NonProfit Times for two years running and five years overall.
From Trash to Treasure
Thanks to Sunshine Community Compost, since 2017, 50,000 pounds of food scraps have been diverted from local landfills and more than 2,500 people have learned about composting through its educational programs.
The mission of Arts Advocates is to inspire creativity, advance education and connect the community to the arts.
Arts Advocates was founded as the Fine Arts Society of Sarasota in 1969 with the mission of supporting and stimulating the arts in Sarasota County.
Copenhagen Imports reignites its annual Stressless promotion to fuel the community response to rising need.
The video showcases community nonprofits in a push to strengthen charitable giving ahead of The Giving Challenge 2020.
Here are the top 5 things you need to know about child hunger in our community.
Here's how some organizations are pivoting.
Volunteer Jim Martin was recently honored with the appliance manufacturer's Dependable Leader Award.
Safari Sarasota participants can listen to wildlife stories, taste wine and sample South African cuisine while supporting South Africa's Good Work Foundation.
Impact 100 SRQ's grants, totaling $228,000, will be awarded to two local nonprofits to fund a community project.
Brittany Ann and her team are not your average paranormalists.
The online application is open through May 17.
"I am anxious to help spread the word that epilepsy does not define who we are, but rather is something we have and learn to live with,” Guynup says.