JWB’s three Community Councils in North, Mid-, and South Pinellas County were established in 1994 to maximize citizen participation by identifying relevant strengths and needs at the neighborhood level. Its members represent our county’s diverse population and play a vital role in fostering broad awareness and engagement.
Each Council has developed a unique work plan and serves as a bridge between JWB and the children and families we serve. It is their voices that help shape and influence our work, so that our community is stronger. Council meetings are open to the public. Visit individual Council pages for specific meeting notices, agendas, and materials.
JWB Community Event Funding Support
The Juvenile Welfare Board supports a wide range of community outreach and educational events that align with its Strategic Plan, the mission of the organization, and its strategic result area of Strengthening Community. Specifically, the Strengthening Community strategy states: Children served by JWB-funded Strengthening Community programs will benefit from collective neighborhood initiatives driven by community leaders. Strategy 5.5- Develop capacity to engage community members as active partners to strengthen the lives of Pinellas County children and families.’
As such, JWB is providing an opportunity for various types of funding support:
- Community Outreach Events
- Community Distribution of School Supplies, Emergency Supplies, or Other Basic Needs
- Cultural Events
Click below to download the application packet, which includes the funding procedures, eligibility criteria, and application, and submit to firstname.lastname@example.org.