Charity Partners

Over our first four years, the Pelican Sound Charitable Foundation has awarded $390,000 in grants to local charities that had been nominated by residents of Pelican Sound. These organizations directly serve people in need in Southwest Florida by providing food, shelter, clothing, health, or educational programs such as literacy or job skills.

Thank you to all PS community members who continue to support our mission. Your participation in our events, as well as your generous donations, are appreciated as we continue “Making a Difference Together.”

2023-2024 PS Charitable Foundation Partner Charities

American Heart Association of SWFL

HEART HEROES PROGRAM supports children and their families who are impacted by congenital heart defects (CHD) through a variety of local programs - $12,500

Café of Life
The ongoing OUTREACH PROGRAM that provides food, paper products, diapers, and hygiene items to those in need - $15,000

The Dubin Center
The Dementia Caregiver Support and Education Program provides training for caregivers and persons living with a dementia related diagnosis. - $15,000

Feeding the 5000 (Lamb of God Church)
Local community of volunteers and business partners coming together in the battle against hunger in Southwest Florida.

Florida Guardian ad Litem Foundation
The CHILDREN'S NEEDS PROGRAM provides funding to meet the needs of those that have been removed from their homes due to neglect, abuse, or abandonment - $12,500

Habitat for Humanity
APPLIANCES (refrigerators, stovetops, washers, dryers and associated equipment (hoses, dryer cords, range cords) for new homes - $15,000

Hearts & Homes for Veterans, Inc.
Hearts and Homes for Veterans Inc. was formed not just to be another charity, but ot end homelessness and assist low income veterans in Southwest Florida.

Interfaith Charities of SWFL
FOOD PANTRY hygiene supplies: shampoo, conditioner, soap, toothpaste, etc. (food stamps do not cover these items) - $15,000

Laces of Love
SHOES for CHILDREN provides new shoes (mainly sneakers) to low income and disadvantaged children primarily in Collier and Lee Counties - $10,000

New Horizons of SWFL
SUPER KIDS READING CAMP (SKRC) will serve 345 children from Lee and Collier counties in the summer of 2022 - $15,00

Our Mother's Home
To empower young mothers in the foster care and human trafficking systems to break the generational cycle for themselves and their children.

Protected Harbor, Inc.
SPECIAL STRONG PROGRAM materials include exercise bands, tension bands and arm weights to allow more adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities to participate in exercise programs - $5,000

For DETAILS on these Charities and their programs, CLICK on the CHARITY NAME to go to their websites.

Making a Difference Together