Over $5.8 Million in Philanthropic Giving Since 1987
On April 8, 2022, grants totaling $429,325 were awarded to 24 area nonprofits by The League Club. With these grants, The League Club continues to address crucial recovery needs due to the severe impact of the COVID-19 crisis. As life began to return to some semblance of normalcy, there was strong evidence that the pandemic had created grave mental health issues affecting each of The League Club focus areas: health, education, the arts and our environment. Therefore, for this grant cycle, special consideration was given to projects that address mental illness and the emotional hardships this crisis has brought on the most vulnerable of adults, children and the elderly in our community.
The League Club also celebrated its 35th Anniversary with an additonal $35,000 arts grant to Lighthouse of Collier County. Our total grant distribution for the year is $464,325.
To view a 5 min video demonstrating the impact of The League Club’s philanthropy, please play the video on this page.
2023 GRANT GUIDELINES
The League Club provides charitable funding to non-profits serving Collier and Lee counties and classified by the IRS as 501(c)(3) organizations, or defined by the IRS as eligible entities that provide charitable services to their community. Each year, The League Club strives to identify agencies that:
- Serve human services needs of at-risk adults, children, and the elderly
- Educate and promote conservation of natural resources
- Provide education and participation in the arts with particular emphasis on providing opportunities for under-served students
The League Club also gives special consideration to projects that include at least one of the following criteria:
- Address critical needs
- Include matching gifts, collaborations, or additional funding
- Are clearly stated with measurable outcomes
All agencies will be treated equally within the framework of these guidelines
For questions about the 2023 Grant Cycle, please email Judy Eissner, VP Community, at VPcommunity@leagueclub.org
2023 Grant Cycle
June 1, 2022 – The League Club solicits letters of intent from agencies wishing to submit a grant proposal
June 30, 2022 – Letters of intent due via online form
October 2022 – Screening Committee completes review of Letters of Intent and determines which agencies will be invited to submit a Grant Proposal
November 4, 2022 – 5 p.m. EST – Grant proposals due via online form
November 2022 – February 2023 Community Involvement Committee evaluates proposals, visits agencies and makes recommendations to Board and Membership for a vote
February 2023 – Board and Membership Vote
April 14, 2023 – Grant checks awarded at the Briefcase Breakfast Event
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2022 GRANT RECIPIENTS
Alliance for Period Supplies of SWFL, Inc.
AVOW Hospice Inc.
Baby Basics of Collier County, Inc.
Blessings in a Backpack SWFL
Boys & Girls Club of Collier County
Cancer Alliance of Naples, Inc.
Catholic Charities Diocese of Venice, Inc.
Child’s Path, Inc.
Community Cooperative, Inc.
David Lawrence Centers for Behavioral Health
Friends of Foster Children Forever
Gargiulo Education Center
Guadalupe Center, Inc.
Guardian ad Litem Foundation – 20th Judicial Circuit, Inc.
Hope Clubhouse of SWFL, Inc.
Hope for Families
Meals of Hope
NAMI Collier County, Inc.
Naples Therapeutic Riding Center
Neighborhood Health Clinic
New Horizons of SWFL
Partners for Breast Cancer Care, Inc.
Redlands Christian Migrant Association
Society of St. Vincent de Paul, Naples District Council, Inc.
St. Matthew’s House
The Shelter for Abused Women and Children
Valerie’s House, Inc.
Total Grant Funding…. $429,325
The League Club celebrated its 35th Anniversary with an additional $35,000 Arts Grant
Lighthouse of Collier County