New Community Builders: Albert and Beatriz Miniaci

Opening Doors To Brighter Futures

May 1, 2023
Albert and Beatriz Miniaci are new Community Builders for the Community Foundation of Broward.

Albert and Beatriz Miniaci share a passion for giving back and getting involved to support the community they love.

Albert, originally from New York, and Beatriz, from Chile, made their life together in Broward, where they raised their children, Alan and Maria. As Albert’s entrepreneurial success grew – from real estate to vending machines and more – he and Beatriz prioritized local philanthropy that empowers others to achieve their full potential. They have long focused their support on smaller organizations that work with underserved populations and people with disabilities. Albert championed this work during his time as a Community Foundation of Broward Board Member.

Many nonprofit organizations have benefited from Albert and Beatriz volunteering their leadership and philanthropic support, including:

  • Arc Broward
  • Broward Center for the Performing Arts
  • Hispanic Unity of Florida
  • Slow Burn Theatre Company
  • Catholic and Jewish Hospice
  • Boys & Girls Clubs of Broward County
  • FLITE Center
  • Frank Sinatra School of the Arts High School – Queens, NY
  • Ann Stork Center
  • Goodman Jewish Family Services of Broward County
  • Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival
  • Junior Achievement of South Florida
  • Children’s Diagnostic and Treatment Center
  • Broward Health
  • Nova Southeastern University, where Albert serves on the Board of Trustees

Now, Albert and Beatriz are using the power of endowment to ensure their local impact never ends. The new, endowed Albert and Beatriz Miniaci Family Fund at the Community Foundation of Broward locks in sustainable, permanent support for nonprofits and causes that matter to them.

With their new endowed fund, Albert and Beatriz are carrying on a family tradition of local philanthropy and becoming the Community Foundation’s first second-generation Community Builders. Albert’s mother, Rose, became a Community Builder in 2006 when she created the endowed Rose Miniaci Family Fund at the Community Foundation.

Like Rose, Albert and Beatriz’s commitment to endowed giving ensures that their support will always be there to make life better in Broward.

“We hope creating our endowed fund inspires others to join in and help our community achieve its full potential. By being public with our philanthropy, we try to draw attention to the innovative programs and dedicated nonprofits that are helping people in need.” – Beatriz Miniaci

More About Our Community Builders

Community Builders are BOLD leaders who partner with the Community Foundation to establish endowed charitable Funds of $1 million or more to shape a brighter future for the community they love.

Through the power of endowment, the gifts from these individuals, families and local organizations fuel innovation and tackle Broward’s biggest issues today and forever.

Click here to learn more about all of our Community Builders.

How To Become A Community Builder

Thanks to the momentum of our BE BOLD Leadership Campaign, more visionary local philanthropists are stepping up to join the ranks of our Community Builders.

The BE BOLD Leadership Campaign sparks innovation, inspires new thinking and uses the power of endowment to create permanent resources that tackle Broward’s big challenges. With a one-time gift or a pledge to build your support over time, you can create an endowed charitable Fund and become a Community Builder who shapes a brighter future for Broward.

Click here to learn more about the BE BOLD Leadership Campaign.

Learn More

To learn more about our Community Builders and the BE BOLD Leadership Campaign, contact Vice President of Philanthropic Services Kelly Marmol at or 954-761-9503.

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