nonprofit organization focused on advancing marketplace trust
Our work is not about us.
It’s about those we serve.
Poverty, hunger and homelessness are serious challenges for so many of our neighbors. We help our neighbors who are struggling just as we would like to be helped if we were in need.
The need for assistance is greater than ever! Our neighbors are hungry. Our neighbors need help with basic needs. We need you! Your kindness and generosity will provide food for the hungry, shelter for the homeless, and basic needs for our neighbors who are struggling. Please know that every gift at every level is appreciated by us and those we serve.
Covenant Care offers comfort and care for patients at many key stages of their lives. A wide range of services, including hospice, palliative care, Alzheimer’s care and home care, with specialized programs for children and veterans
The Fiesta of Five Flags is an annual celebration of the founding of Pensacola. In 1559, Spanish Conquistador, Don Tristan de Luna, established Pensacola as the first European settlement in the United States.
Gulf Coast Kid’s House, Inc (GCKH) mission is to facilitate the investigation, prosecution, and treatment of child abuse and neglect and promote child abuse prevention awareness through community education.
High-spirited islanders embrace the magic of Mardi Gras on Pensacola Beach, hosting a four-month long carnival season that culminates with a grand costume ball, fabulous parties and a parade recognized as one of the top ten events in the Southeast.
March of Dimes leads the fight for the health of all moms and babies. We believe that every baby deserves the best possible start. Unfortunately, not all babies get one. We are changing that. From advocacy to education to research, we’re working to level the playing field so that all moms and babies are healthy. Because when a society supports every family, the future is brighter for all. And when communities work together, even the toughest problems can be solved.