Our Leadership and Grantmaking Focus Areas

May 5, 2022
The Community Foundation of Broward's new strategic plan identifies six focus areas to target leadership and grantmaking.

The Community Foundation of Broward’s new strategic plan – created after eight-months of gathering community feedback – evolves our longstanding support for Broward’s Issues That Matter by targeting our leadership and grantmaking on six critical focus areas:

Social & Economic Mobility

Empower hardworking residents to move to financial stability and have a strong economic foundation to break the cycle of poverty.

Education & Youth Enrichment

Help Broward’s youth gain critical skills to shape their lives and future careers through opportunities to: access and attain academic achievement, explore and pursue career paths, and develop interpersonal and life skills.

Healthy & Thriving Communities

Improve health equity and well-being in Broward by building a culture of health across all populations and communities, while also creating a resilient and sustainable environment.

Art & Culture

Expand, elevate and sustain a vibrant arts community and increase exposure of unique historical and cultural experiences to all residents.

Racial Justice, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion

Dismantle systems of racial inequality and social injustice to create a more equitable and inclusive community for all residents through systemic, sustainable and scalable change.

Strong Nonprofit Community

Be a local resource for nonprofit professionals and volunteers to access information, tools and support to advance their leadership, strengthen their organizational capacity and help make a greater impact on critical issues in Broward.

Click here to learn more about the Community Foundation’s new strategic plan.

Learn More

To find out how you can partner with the Community Foundation to create a charitable fund that shapes a brighter future for Broward, contact Vice President of Philanthropic Services Nancy Thies at nthies@cfbroward.org or 954-761-9503.

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