The Brink Foundation
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About Us

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The Brink Foundation is a private family foundation based in Tampa, Florida. Established in 2008 to promote Social Justice and Equality, the Foundation funds organizations and programs that deliver measurable improvements in the following areas:

  • Academic Achievement
  • Economic Empowerment
  • Humanitarian Assistance
  • Civic Engagement

The Foundation recognizes that resources are limited  and that promoting systemic changes requires extreme focus. Consequently, the majority of the Foundation’s annual grant-making activities are directed towards the listed areas.

In these endeavors, the Foundation strives to maximize the impact of its grant portfolio by concentrating its support where it can be most effective, by seeking to utilize its own philanthropic funds to leverage other resources and by supporting organizations with a demonstrated capacity to achieve their objectives or which evidence strong promise of doing so. Where possible, funds are used in a strategic fashion that attracts additional donors.

The Foundation generally funds organizations that serve communities in Florida and Utah, but may also consider organizations that serve a broader community if there is a demonstrable compelling need.

Events
Hillsborough County School Board Meeting- 6/13@ 3 PM

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Raymond O. Shelton School Administration Center
901 East Kennedy Blvd
Tampa, Fl 33602

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In the Tampa Bay area public school districts are entrusted with multi billion dollar budgets that directly impact over 500,000 students, 50,000 employees and thousands of vendors and service providers.

Elected school boards in each of the counties are tasked with overseeing these dollars and providing oversight.

Ultimately, however,it falls upon the citizenry to monitor the conduct and expenditures of public dollars and the quality of education being provided to children.

Reports of many children struggling to attain a quality public education have been featured prominently in the local media and underscores the need for parents, family members and all stakeholders to actively participate in the educational process.

Please consider attending an upcoming school board meeting to add your voice to the call for a high quality public education for all children.