The Marion County Board of County Commissioners and The Community Foundation for Ocala/Marion County have partnered to provide grants to eligible nonprofits offering essential services within the Marion County, Florida community.
The Community Foundation for Ocala/Marion County announces a community day of giving – Give4Marion – coming Tuesday, October 20, 2020. Beginning at 10 a.m., this 24-hour fundraising event offers people a convenient way to give to multiple organizations of their choice quickly and easily through a single platform.
The NonProfit Business Council (NPBC), a program of the Community Foundation for Ocala/Marion County, proudly announces planning for the 3rd Annual Guide to Charitable Giving is underway. This Guide is the OFFICIAL publication of the NonProfit Business Council and provides a comprehensive overview of all Marion County nonprofits.
Two awards of $500 each were gifted virtually to Voices of Change Animal League (VOCAL) and The Centers during Monday’s concluding celebration of Youth Philanthropy in Action (YPIA) at Grace Christian School via Zoom.
The Community Foundation surveyed local nonprofits to better understand their needs and financial futures due to COVID-19. This report details those results.
Two awards of $500 each were gifted virtually to United Way of Marion County and the American Cancer Society during Thursday’s concluding celebration of Youth Philanthropy in Action (YPIA) at Osceola Middle School via Zoom.
Ocala Fire Rescue (OFR), AdventHealth Ocala, and the Community Foundation for Ocala/Marion County have partnered to establish Ocala’s first Community Paramedicine (CP) program.
Tech Talks Software Series introduces nonprofits to different software platforms on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 3 p.m. EST via Zoom. This no-pressure setting allows for question asking and platform information gathering.
The Marion County Hospital District (MCHD) established the COVID-19 Relief Fund to help critical nonprofits affected by the impact of the coronavirus in Marion County.
The Community Foundation for Ocala/Marion County this week began collecting information from local nonprofits facing immediate needs due to increased demand for services and resources, and some of their needs are dire.