Partners & Funders in Collective Impact

  • AARP Florida
  • Aerotek Industries
  • Allegany Franciscan Ministries
  • Ameenah’s Catering & Event Design
  • Amerigroup Insurance
  • Arts N’ Synergy, Inc.
  • Assisted Living Community Gardens
  • Bayfront Hospital
  • Binger & Associates
  • Bling Bags Retail & Wholesale
  • Bon Secours Health System
  • Bon Secours Mission Fund
  • Campbell Park Neighborhood Association
  • CareerEdge Funders Collaborative
  • Catholic Charities, Diocese of St. Petersburg
  • Center for Community & Economic Justice
  • Ceridian
  • Chief Empowerment Network
  • Circles USA®
  • City Councilmember Amy Foster
  • City Councilmember Darden Rice, Council Chair
  • City Councilmember Karl Nurse
  • City Councilmember Lisa Wheeler-Bowman, Council Vice-Chair
  • City of St. Petersburg
  • Collective Empowerment Group of Tampa Bay Area
  • Community Development & Training Associates
  • Community Foundation of Tampa Bay
  • Concerned African Women, Inc.
  • Creative Contractors
  • Crossroads Consulting
  • Cutler & Associates
  • DayStar Life Center
  • Deuces Live
  • Dewey Caruthers & Associates
  • Dolman Law Group
  • Duke Energy
  • Eckerd College ASPEC Program
  • Elevate, Inc.
  • EMP Industries
  • Empath Health
  • Eurocycles of St. Petersburg
  • Faulkner & Associates
  • Florida Blue Foundation
  • Florida Print Solutions
  • Florida Public Service Union
  • Gulf Coast Jewish Family & Community Services**
  • Habitat for Humanity of Pinellas County
  • Hakeem Investments
  • Heavy’s Family Catering
  • Home Shopping Network
  • Impact Pinellas
  • Impact St Pete
  • Infinite Solutions
  • James B. Sanderlin Neighborhood Family Service Center
  • Jan Johnson (Philanthropist)
  • Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital
  • Local Muzik
  • Louise Graham Regeneration Center
  • Manatee Community Federal Credit Union
  • Monroe Strategic Bus. Solutions
  • Moore Eventful
  • Mt Zion Children’s Center
  • Mt Zion Human Services
  • Mt Zion Progressive MB Church
  • Mt Zion Progressive PAC
  • My Place in Recovery
  • Neighborhood Home Solutions
  • Opportunity Taskforce
  • Parent Support for Education Council
  • Personal Agenda, LLC
  • Pinellas County Commissioner Kenneth T. Welch
  • Pinellas County Family Housing Assistance Program
  • Pinellas County Schools
  • Pinellas County Urban League
  • Pinellas Education Foundation
  • Pinellas Ex-Off. Re-Entry Coalition
  • Pinellas Opportunity Council
  • Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority
  • Pinellas Technical College
  • Poor People’s Economic Human Rights Campaign
  • Power Broker Media Group
  • Project Juffure
  • R’Club Child Care
  • Raymond James & Associates
  • Refugees Ministries Tampa Bay
  • RGE Media
  • School Board Member Rene Flowers
  • Service Employees Int’l Union
  • Seven x 7
  • Smart One
  • Smith & Associates Real Estate
  • SPCA of Tampa Bay
  • Spirit of Truth Ministries
  • St. Petersburg Chamber
  • St. Petersburg College
  • St. Petersburg Economic Development Corporation
  • St. Petersburg Greenhouse
  • St. Petersburg Sustainability Council
  • State Rep. Wengay Newton
  • State Senator Darryl E. Rouson, District 19
  • Sun City Film Festival
  • Tampa Bay Black Business Init. Fund
  • Tampa Bay Black Business
  • Investment Corporation
  • Tampa Bay Rays
  • The Penny Hoarder
  • The Vinoy® Renaissance Resort
  • Toni Gallardo, LLC
  • Tradewinds Island Resorts
  • U.S. Representative Charlie Crist
  • U.S. Small Business Administration
  • United Way Suncoast
  • University of South Florida St. Petersburg Family Study Center
  • Urban Market Analytics
  • USAmeribank
  • WAS Collaborative
  • The Weekly Challenger Newspaper
  • Wells Fargo DCC Program
  • YMCA of Greater St. Petersburg

Collective Projects Led & Supported by the 2020 Plan Team

The 2020 team supports and leads the
following collective and collaborative projects, being carried-out by a network
of partners working together.

Micro & Small Business Development

1. Community Business Development Initiative (Chamber & Greenhouse)

2. CATCH Program (BBIC)

3. Transformative Strategy (BBIC, Chamber, Greenhouse, City, 2020)

4. $10 Million Capital Quest (BBIC, City, 2020)

5. POC Micro Business Grant Program (POC)

6. The Small Business Salon (City Urban Affairs)

7. PRIME Project (BBIC)

8. Blackbrowncommunity.com (2020, Weekly Challenger, Power Broker, CDAT, BITB)

9. The Prosperity Network (BBIC, MCFCU, 2020)

10. New partnership agreement with U.S. Small Business Admin. (BBIC, City, 2020**)

Workforce Development

11. Impact St Pete Initiative (27 employer partners)

12. Working 1,000 Campaign (to increase youth employment)

13. United Way Suncoast Cross-Program Evaluation (of youth employment programs^)

14. 2020 Healthcare Career Ladder (POC)

15. Bus Driver Job Fair (PCSB)

16. CRA Partners’ Career Fair (at PERC Expo)

17. AARP Seniors Career Connections

18. Community Employment Collaborative (PCUL)

19. Commerce Park Workforce Project (PERC & MZHS)

20. Cradle to Career Collective Impact (by Chamber Education Taskforce**)

Economic Development

21. Grow Smarter Strategy (by City, Chamber & St. Pete EDC)

22. The Opportunity Taskforce (leading push to create universal Community Benefit Agreement policies with the City and other major institutions)

23. Collective Empowerment Group of the Tampa Bay Area (leading creation of transformative Community Economic Development & Growth Plan)

24. The Community Contractor Collective

25. South St. Petersburg CRA (City Mayor’s Office & Economic Dev. Dept.)

26. The Sustainability Council**

Family Wrap Around

27. 2020 Circles® Pathway Project

28. 2020 Family Wrap Around program (POC)

29. The 2020 Fund

30. Bon Secours Family Wrap Around program (POC)

31. Cohort of Champions program (by City, at PERC, Urban League, PCUL, et al)

32. Pinellas County Family Housing Assistance Program

33. Getting Ahead program (POC)

34. High Fidelity Wrap Around program (PCUL)

35. Staying Ahead program (POC)

36. Circles® St. Petersburg Demonstration (PCUL)

37. Figuring it Out for the Child program (USF St. Petersburg Family Study Center)

38. WAS Collaborative (Deborah Figgs-Sanders, Delquanda Turner and JWB)

39. My Brother’s & Sister’s Keeper Initiative (City/Police)

ABBREVIATIONS:

  • BBIC = Tampa Bay Black Business Investment Corporation
  • BITB = BlackintheBay.com
  • CDAT = Comm. Dev. & Training Center
  • JWB = Juvenile Welfare Board of Pinellas MZHS = Mt Zion Human Services
  • PCUL = Pinellas County Urban League
  • POC = Pinellas Opportunity Council
  • PERC = Pinellas Ex-Off. Re-Entry Coalition
  • EDC = Economic Development Corp