Helping Hands Animal Rescue is getting some help of their their own. “The Amazing Give” kicked off its 24 hour fundraiser with over 70 organizations in Alachua County. The Amazing Give is a yearly event where dozens of nonprofits work together to raise as much as much as they can in just a day. Click
Nonprofit organizations that feed the hungry, rescue pets, repair homes for free and provide a plethora of other services will be the beneficiaries of a fundraising event organized just for them. Click here to read the entire story.
Photos from our 2017 Amazing Give Wrap Party. Click here to see more.
The Amazing Give 2017 brings in $835,043 collected from 3,318 donors. Click here to read the article.
It all started with a simple goal: Women coming together to pool their charitable resources and give back to the community, specifically to organizations that help women and girls. This year marks the 10-year anniversary of the Women's Giving Circle. Click Here to read full story
A highlight of milestones and achievements for the Community Foundation. Click here to read the article.
Gainesville’s inaugural 24-hour giving campaign - a fundraising spree meant to rake in money for dozens of local nonprofits - ended Tuesday evening with a final tally of more than $282,000 in donations. Click here to read the article.
Nearly 50 local nonprofit groups are working around the clock - literally - in a massive one-day fundraising push called “The Amazing Give.” Click here to read the article.
Monday kicks off the noisiest 24-hour social media blitz in local history — and, organizers hope, the most generous. Click here to read the article.
Laura Gillman had just finished a labor-intensive term as president of the Junior League of Gainesville and had new duties as managing member of accounting firm Austin, Gillman & Lovano when she was approached about joining a new initiative called the Women’s Giving Circle. Click here to read the article.