The FLTA Charitable Action Foundation, Inc., a Florida 501(C)(3) not-for-profit created exclusively for charitable and educational purposes, is an affiliate of the Florida Land Title Association. FLTA Charitable Action Foundation focuses the philanthropy and volunteerism of title insurance professionals to support Florida communities, housing resiliency and security.
Hurricane Ian Relief: Collier Community Foundation and Florida Disaster Fund
The FLTA Charitable Action Foundation is proud to share that through the support of FLTA members and the community, the Foundation is able to provide $10,000 to the Collier Community Foundation and $10,000 to the Florida Disaster Fund for Hurricane Ian Relief.
The purpose of the Collier Community Foundation is to first provide immediate relief to those affected and the nonprofits that support the victims in the aftermath of a crisis. It also serves to assure donors’ support will reach its intended cause. After immediate needs are met such as food, water and shelter, the focus will turn to long-term needs such as housing and transportation. The Collier Community Foundation directly serves the community where the FLTA Annual Convention was held.Through Florida’s Division of Emergency Management, the funds provided to the Florida Disaster Fund will be earmarked directly towards the victims of Hurricane Ian. With a broader approach the funds will assist in other communities by helping organizations and residents in Southwest Florida and other impacted communities.
FLTA Convention: Meal Packing for Meals of Hope
In late September 2022, Hurricane Ian left devasting impact to Southwest Florida where FLTA was looking to host its annual convention in Naples a few weeks later. Not wanting to create further negative impact, it was decided to move forward with the convention as it would impact employees, families and the community to not have the event. Taking it one step further, the FLTA Charitable Action Foundation stepped in by creating an opportunity with the help of Meals of Hope to generate 51,464 meals for hurricane victims and the surrounding community. This effort was made possible by the 300 attendees of the convention and accomplished in 2-hours.
In December 2020, FLTA contributed $20,000 to Florida area food banks, here are some of their messages:
FCAF has also contributed to the Champlian Towers tragedy in South Florida, relief efforts in Harper, Texas, from the ice storm, and contributed to student scholarships for higher education.
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) recognizes FLTA Charitable Action Foundation, Inc. as a Section 501(c)(3) public charity. Our Federal Tax ID Number is 87-1079330. Contributions to FLTA Charitable Action Foundation may be eligible for tax deduction in the U.S.A.
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