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Central Florida Foundation Shares Key Survey Results and Microgrants from Table Talk
Residents of Orange, Osceola, and Seminole counties share their thoughts on Central Florida and submit ideas for change

March 13 2020 • CFF Team

{image:url:title}{image:url:title} ORLANDO – MARCH 13, 2020 – Central Florida Foundation, the region’s community foundation, today shares the key takeaways and finalists for microgrants from the inaugural Table Talk event on October 24, 2019. For the survey, the feedback was analyzed based on responses from 751 adults out of approximately 3,000 total...

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Apply by December 31st for a micro-grant to bring your Table Talk ideas to life

November 07 2019 • CFF Team

{image:url:title}{image:url:title} Table Talk gave us the space to talk openly and to see our challenges and our possibilities. That was the first step, now apply for a micro-grant of up to $2,000 to bring your idea to life. Here are the questions: How would you describe your idea to...

Inaugural Table Talk Event Brings Over 3,000 Central Floridians Together for Community-Wide Discussion
Yesterday, residents of Orange, Osceola, and Seminole counties discussed their ideas for the future of Central Florida

October 25 2019 • CFF Team

{image:url:title}{image:url:title} ORLANDO – OCTOBER 25, 2019 – Central Florida Foundation, the region’s community foundation, launched the inaugural Table Talk event yesterday. The event’s purpose was to initiate a community-wide conversation where all individuals have a seat at the table and a chance to be heard. At the first Table Talk...

Table Talk
Where discourse was the main course

April 09 2019 • Rachel Calderon

{image:url:title}{image:url:title} This spring we held our inaugural Table Talk event, where discourse was the main course. It was an incredible evening of new and familiar friends and powerful conversations. Here are a few of the overall themes that surfaced throughout the night: Transportation - this issue came up at every.single.table. It’s clearly...