The “Mobility Challenge Without Sight” offers teams of participants the opportunity to test their navigation skills in downtown Sarasota while experiencing simulated vision impairment.
The $64,000 grant will support All Faiths' Mobile Pantry and Backpack programs in DeSoto County.
On the Homefront
A grand opening for the Venice community will take place Oct. 12.
The new after-school program will provide academic support to families with 6- to 12-year-old children living at Janie’s Garden, a mixed-income housing community.
Culverhouse has committed to a 10:1 match of 1,000 donations of $110.
The Pelagic Ecosystem Research Consortium (PERC) will have a goal of improving stock assessment, management and sustainability of highly migratory species, including tuna, swordfish and sharks
The Orioles' re-organization includes the promotion of Sarasota's Jennifer Grondahl to senior vice-president of community development and communications.
Andrew Houghton will head up Mainsail's new vacation rental company.
Impact 100 SRQ's grants, totaling $228,000, will be awarded to two local nonprofits to fund a community project.
The center is located on Lakewood Ranch Main Street.
Anne Heller replaces Jamie Serino.
The event is hosted by the Sarasota/Manatee Metropolitan Planning Organization and Florida Department of Transportation.
McIntyre previously managed client services for the Florida Cancer Specialists Foundation in Sarasota.
Episodes will be released twice a month and feature interviews with SMH experts covering a wide range of topics.
The home décor and doughnut shop is also looking to open locations in Orlando, Gainesville and Houston.
The partners will hold at least one event each month, including at Streets of Paradise in October and FCCI Insurance Group in November.
The funds will allow UnidosNow to broaden its community outreach, expand its network of volunteers and donors, and diversify its revenue sources.
The program offers tickets for theater lovers who don't have anyone to attend shows with and don’t like to go alone.
The $6,500 grant will be used to provide respite care and case management services to Lakewood Ranch families.
National Coffee Day
One hundred percent of the proceeds from every coffee and tea drink sold at local Kahwa cafes will go to All Faiths Food Bank.