Organizations can activate a turn-key CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) program through Legacy Collective’s City Giving Circle. Our City Giving Circle allows access for companies & individuals to securely and easily fund grants for a wide variety of Kissimmee non-profits in need of support. Legacy Collective provides oversight of financial accountability, facilitates grant distribution and reports on use of funds, so that organizations can give with confidence, knowing their donations are going to those in need.
Kissimmee City Giving Circle Nonprofits
Organizations can choose from the following fully vetted Kissimmee nonprofits to receive funding, or can elect to donate to a selection of them. For groups and individuals looking for hands-on ways to give back, these community partners offer an array of volunteer options as well. Learn more about these nonprofits, as well as other Kissimmee community engagement opportunities here.
The mission of Autism Society of Greater Orlando is that all individuals on the autism spectrum will be provided a lifetime network of opportunities to become fully accepted, included, & actively participating members of our community.
Female Founded. Female Led.
Give Kids The World Village is an 89-acre, whimsical nonprofit resort in Central Florida that provides critically ill children and their families with magical, week-long wish vacations at no cost. Since 1986, they have welcomed more than 188,000 families from all 50 states and 76 countries.
Female Led. Veteran Founded.
The Healthy Start Coalition of Osceola County, Inc. aims to improve pregnancy, health and developmental outcomes for residents. They work to reduce infant mortality & morbidity, low birth weight & preterm births and increase access to care to give all children the best potential for a healthy life.
Help Now of Osceola provides safety, empowerment and healing for survivors of domestic violence and influences social change in the community.
Female Founded. Female Led. BIPOC Benefitting. Veteran Benefitting.
Hope Partnership aims to provide a holistic continuum of care to end homelessness and poverty in Central Florida with evidence-based solutions and trauma-informed care practices to strengthen communities, empower our neighbors, and build hope.
Female Founded. Female Led. BIPOC Led. BIPOC Benefitting. Veteran Benefitting.
Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida collects, stores, and distributes donated food to more than 625 feeding partners in Central Florida counties. Last year, they distributed enough food for 81 million meals to partner programs such as food pantries, soup kitchens, women’s shelters, senior centers, day care centers and Kids Cafes.
BIPOC Led. BIPOC Benefitting. Veteran Benefitting.
Sunshine Foundation answers dreams of children with life-long, severe, chronic illnesses and conditions from income-limited families; ones that do not qualify for other national wish-granting organizations that require a critical diagnosis. They provide once-in-a-lifetime experiences for children and their families to make memories they’ll have forever.
Female Led. BIPOC Led. Veteran Founded.
The Opportunity Center, Inc. empowers individuals by providing employment placement, person centered training, and community integration for adults with disabilities. They aim to support those they serve in choosing and performing valued roles in the community, developing functional skills, and increasing their independence.
The Salvation Army, an international movement, fights poverty with love. Through programs that serve the body, mind, and soul, the Salvation Army alleviates the symptoms of poverty.
BIPOC Benefitting. Veteran Benefitting.
Founded in 1989 as a nonprofit local arts agency of Central Florida, the mission of United Arts of Central Florida is to enrich communities by investing in arts, science and history.
Female Led. BIPOC Benefitting. Veteran Benefitting.
Support Kissimmee Nonprofits
If payment is made by check, the 5% credit card processing fee will be waived, and 90% of your donation will benefit the nonprofits selected.
Instructions for Meeting Planners
You can choose to have your funding 1) go to one of the above listed nonprofits, 2) divided amongst multiple nonprofits, or 3) if you have other local nonprofits you’d like to support, Legacy Collective will be happy to vet the organizations for you. Please contact Legacy Collective with any questions on vetting criteria or around additional organizations. email@example.com
When building your event registration portal, you can add an option for attendees to manually enter a specific dollar amount to the Kissimmee City Giving Circle, or you can pre-fill the giving amount and allow attendees to opt in, or you can leave this out of your registration process and choose to simply donate a specific amount directly to the Kissimmee City Giving Circle.
Once your registration period has closed, you can either send Legacy Collective a check, wire, or ACH payment with a letter indicating which of the organizations you would like to receive the funding, or you can pay online with a credit card under your organization and let us know by email where the funding should be allocated. Credit card payments incur a 5% processing fee, to avoid the 5% processing fee and have 90% of your donation benefit the nonprofits selected, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for instructions to pay by check, ACH or wire transfer.
You can also choose to make this an interactive experience at your event by highlighting the nonprofits and allowing your attendees to vote on the recipients of the funding.
Legacy will then issue the grants and follow up with impact reporting to let you know how the funds were used!
Please reach out to us with any questions and prior to payment so that we can walk you through the allocation and payment process.