Gulf Power Foundation Awards Nearly $1 Million in Grants To Nonprofits

June 16, 2019

The Gulf Power Foundation awarded nearly $1 million in grants to community groups through the Amplify! Northwest Florida program.

The grants supports nonprofit organizations in continuing to implement effective programs within the Gulf Power service area.

Recipients include:

  • ARC of the Emerald Coast
  • The Arc Gateway, Inc.
  • Baptist Health Care Foundation, Inc.
  • Basic of Northwest Florida
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northwest Florida, Inc.
  • Boys and Girls Club of Bay County, Inc.
  • Boys and Girls Club of the Emerald Coast, Inc.
  • Children in Crisis, Inc.
  • Children’s Home Society
  • Choctawhatchee Basin Alliance of Northwest Florida State College Foundation
  • Community Action Program, Inc.
  • Council on Aging of West Florida, Inc.
  • Dixon School of the Arts
  • Emerald Coast Science Center, Inc.
  • Epps Christian Center, Inc.
  • Every Child a Reader in Escambia, Inc.
  • Feeding the Gulf Coast
  • Florida Wildlife Federation
  • Food4Kidz, Inc.
  • Fresh Start for Children & Families
  • Girls Inc. of Bay County
  • LEAD Coalition of Bay County, Inc.
  • The Longleaf Alliance
  • March of Dimes, Inc.
  • The Nature Conservancy
  • PACE Center for Girls, Inc.
  • Pathways for Change, Inc.
  • Second Chance of Northwest Florida, Inc.
  • Shelter House, Inc.
  • South Santa Rosa Interfaith Ministries
  • Special Olympics Florida, Inc.
  • St. Andrew Bay Center, Inc.
  • Studer Community Institute
  • University of West Florida – GeoData Center
  • WSRE-TV Foundation, Inc.
  • Youth Village, Inc.

The Gulf Power Foundation is funded entirely through resources independent of Gulf Power’s customers.

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