Nonprofit Search is a searchable database of profiles with information provided by nonprofits and validated by the Foundation team. It is designed to help you easily find nonprofits and learn more about its efforts. Each profile provides in-depth information about a nonprofit’s management, governance, financial health and programs. The content in a profile can help inform strategic financial investments and educate about quality of life issues that impact the community.
In cooperation with other community foundations around the country, Central Florida Foundation was one of the pioneers of this resource and was one of the first in the country to have it.Search Now
We have a library of tools for nonprofits that are completing or updating information in Nonprofit Search to make the process easier.
Nonprofit Search User Guide Click Here
Nonprofit Board Attendee Worksheet Click Here
Understanding the Financial Section Click Here
Profile Annual Update Checklist Click Here
Nonprofit Search Graphic for Social Media Click Here
Central Florida Foundation is home to most of the nonprofit endowment funds in our region. Endowment provides stable, predictable sources of income to nonprofits. Nonprofits make a minimum contribution of $50,000 to begin their endowment and our team handles the investment management, annual distribution and administrative responsibilities.Learn More
Central Florida Foundation is able to work with donors and accept many types of charitable gifts beyond traditional cash and stock gifts, which benefit nonprofit organizations in Central Florida and across the country. We accept gifts of real estate, life insurance policies, and many planned giving options. The Foundation has the ability to receive, manage and sell these gifts in a cost-effective manner, resulting in the maximum dollars available to fund your charitable investment.Learn More
The Business Lawyers’ Pro Bono Project assists nonprofits in obtaining pro bono legal assistance from a business lawyer. Your nonprofit can receive assistance with drafting or revising articles or bylaws; advising on governance issues and real estate, employment law, intellectual property or grant compliance matters; negotiating or reviewing contracts; giving tax advice; and advising on merger or consolidation of nonprofit.
Participating nonprofits must be located in Lake, Orange, Osceola or Seminole counties, registered with the state of Florida, have an active state charitable solicitations permit, and have a completed profile in Nonprofit Search.Learn More
The Edyth Bush Institute for Philanthropy & Nonprofit Leadership at Rollins College, part of the Rollins College Crummer Graduate School of Business, was established to strengthen the impact, effectiveness and leadership of nonprofit and philanthropic organizations through education and management assistance.
The Edyth Bush Institute offers nonprofit workshops, networking events and certificate programs, including the Certificate in Board Orientation: An Introduction to Nonprofit Board Service, which members of your board of directors can highlight in your Nonprofit Search profile.Learn More