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The Community Foundation for Northeast Florida is honored to announce it has received a $500,000 gift from The Humana Foundation that will be directed to Florida’s First Coast Relief Fund to aid pandemic response in our community. more
After its closing in mid-March, the Ponte Vedra YMCA has recently announced it will be reopening, beginning Monday, May 25. more
After much consideration and in adherence to CDC recommendations and the State of Florida’s safety guidelines, the St. Johns County 2020 Summer Camp Program was canceled on May 15. more
To support the community during National Nurse's Week while in the COVID-19 pandemic, local community leaders delivered brownies to local nurses and first responders. more
The staff of Hilton and their restaurant, Mulligans Pub, coordinated with Mayo Clinic Nursing Manager, Amy Gregory, recently to donate 60 hot meals to the PCU, AIC, VAT, HEM, ONC and BMT Mayo teams. more
During the COVID-19 shutdown, establishments have used the free time to work on cleaning, renovation and innovation, and St. Augustine’s Lightner Museum is no different. more
Junior Achievement of North Florida will be hosting a Virtual Trivia Night on June 9 to raise money to support local JA programs for students from kindergarten to 12th grade. JA of North … more
Birthday parties aren’t what they used to be thanks to COIVD-19. Just because celebrations can’t be traditional doesn’t mean they don’t happen, however. These days, they are just a little bit more creative. more
After weeks of uncertainty, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis announced early May that businesses will reopen in phases, following social distancing and CDC guidelines. And while Ponte Vedra businesses have started opening their doors, they also found new ways to adapt to the “new normal.” more
The social distancing and stay-at-home orders necessitated by the coronavirus have led many of us to feel isolated. Still, we’ve fought back through social media, “virtual” gatherings and walks in the neighborhood, where we could greet friends and neighbors (from six feet away). But when you’re dealing with the financial effects of the virus and you’re investing alone, you could encounter some problems that may prove costly. more
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