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The City of Jacksonville proclaimed Sept. 5 as Tom Coughlin Jay Fund Day in honor of the more than 20 years of support the nonprofit organization has provided to local families tackling childhood cancer and in recognition of September being Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. more
The Kate Amato Foundation will award $100,000 to fund three groundbreaking pediatric cancer research projects during Childhood Cancer Awareness month in September. more
The Monique Burr Foundation for Children (MBF) will host the 21st annual LENNAR and MBF Champions for Child Safety Pro Am Golf Tournament presented by Drummond, on Monday, Oct. 15 at 8 a.m. at The Palencia Club in St. Augustine. more
The Friends of the GTM Reserve recently announced that Barbara Blonder, associate professor of natural sciences and director of undergraduate research at Flagler College, will be the keynote speaker for the organization’s annual fundraiser benefiting the Reserve, Oceanwise, which is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 29. more
With the help of nonprofit Solar United Neighbors, homeowners in St. Johns County joined together last year and formed a solar co-op to save money and make going solar easier. more
The Jacksonville Environmental Protection Board (JEPB) presented Timucuan Parks Foundation with the 2018 Environmental Achievement Award in the Community/Civic Category. more
Two October fundraising events will help kick off and support the 32nd annual Bike MS PGA TOUR Cycle to the Shore, the 1,500-plus participant bicycle ride scheduled for Oct. 13-14. more
THE PLAYERS Championship’s volunteer leadership, the Red Coats, presented a $5,000 donation to Special Olympics Florida – Duval County and surprised the organization’s athletes with brand new golf equipment on Tuesday, Sept. 18 at Hidden Hills Golf Club in Jacksonville. more
Mission House is hosting its annual fundraiser, Compassion by the Sea, on Thursday, Sept. 27 at 5:30 p.m. at Casa Marina Hotel in Jacksonville Beach. more
North Florida Land Trust (NFLT) recently acquired two parcels of cypress wetlands totaling approximately 57 acres on the western bank of Sixmile Creek, which runs along Joe Ashton Road in St. Augustine. The newly-purchased land will be added to NFLT’s existing Sixmile Creek Preserve, which the nonprofit purchased in 2016. more
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