Together with our donors, we transform our region through bold and proactive philanthropy. Our foundation was created in 1995 with proceeds from the sale of The Venice Hospital, a community hospital that had been founded by local citizens more than four decades earlier. Today, we have become the philanthropic home of more than 750 families who have created their own charitable funds at Gulf Coast, and together we have invested over $270 million in grants in the areas of health and human services, civic and economic development, education, arts and culture, and the environment. Contact us to learn how Gulf Coast Community Foundation can help you, your family, your nonprofit organization, or your business give back to our community.
The purpose of Gulf Coast Mineral, Fossil and Gem Club, Inc, organized in 1967, is to foster an interest in minerals, gems, fossils and lapidary arts, and to give people with these interests the fellowship and interaction through informative meetings, programs and activities.
Come see why over 50 women each month have made Gulfcoast Women In Networking the most popular networking group in the Venice area for women in business! Our motto is, “Women Helping Women to SUCCEED!” We meet on the first Tuesday of each month for lunch and networking. For more Read more [...]
Habitat for Humanity South Sarasota County, Inc. is part of a global, nonprofit housing organization operating on Christian principles that seeks to put God's love into action by bringing people together to build homes, communities, and hope.
Be a Part of Something Special! The Hospital Volunteers of Venice, with nearly 600 dedicated members, support the advancement of the entire health care system. We accomplish this goal, by assisting the professional staffs, in providing comfort and care to patients and their families. A wide variety of oppurtunities are available throughout the health care system for volunteers ages 14 years and up.
The objectives of The Club shall be to develop fellowship through social and cultural activities among its members.
We are the local council of an international non-profit Catholic fraternal organization with over 1.8 million members worldwide founded in 1882 by the Venerable Father Michael J. McGivney to serve our brothers, their families and anyone in need. A brief history of Father John J. Walsh Council 7052: We are Read more [...]
NARFE is a not-for-profit national organization established 90 years ago to promote the welfare of federal civilian employees and annuitants and potential annuitants with respect to their rights under retirement, health and other employee benefits laws and regulations, and to represent their interests before appropriate authorities. NARFE is recognized as Read more [...]