The Cutler Bay Community Fund was created to support nonprofit organizations that endeavor to improve the life of residents in the Town of Cutler Bay through educational, aesthetic (community beautification), environmental, cultural, social services and other philanthropic programs and services. (Resolution #13-57)
About the Cutler Bay Community Fund
The Town of Cutler Bay established the Cutler Bay Community Fund (the “Fund”) in 2013 with the goal of establishing partnerships that will help to improve the quality of life of residents in our community. The Fund is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) that is overseen by a Board of Directors consisting of the current Cutler Bay Mayor and Town Council. 100% of the funds collected through the community fund are solely used for charitable purposes with priority given to organizations that provide services within the Town of Cutler Bay. Your contribution to the Cutler Bay Community Fund may be earmarked for a particular service category or unrestricted for use in any of our charitable programs. The Fund currently has six (6) service categories (priority areas) that direct our grant making; educational, aesthetic, environmental, cultural, social services, and other philanthropic activities.
Board of Directors
Peggy R. Bell, President
Sue Ellen Loyzelle, Vice President
Mary Ann Mixon
Michael P. Callahan
Range of Grant Awards
Grant awards range between $500 to $2,500.. Only one application per organization will be accepted each year.
For more information on the Cutler Bay Community Fund, please click here.
For the Cutler Bay Community Fund Grant Application, please click here.
The Town has awarded the following grants from the Cutler Bay Community Fund:
|Cutler Bay Middle School||$5,000||Positive Behavior System (PBS), an in-school behavior management program that reinforces positive behavior through a system of rewards.|
|Cutler Bay High School||$3,000||
Purchase materials to build a "St. Ayles" skiff for use in competitive rowing. These materials will be used by the students taking experimental science.