Community Service

Training & Development

EntreCon is a defining moment for the Pensacola business community

Studer Community Institute Founder and Community Volunteer Quint Studer shares his thoughts about EntreCon Pensacola 2017, in his latest Column in the Pensacola News Journal. “EntreCon is over, and it was a wonderful experience,” said Studer. “First, a huge shout-out to everyone who helped make the conference such a big success. The speakers were amazing, the sponsors really stepped up, the community volunteers kept everything on track and the staff from Studer Community Institute did a terrific job of executing on all the details. ” “The venues were the perfect setting for all the energy and creativity that were generated and the connections that were made. And the downtown restaurants really stepped up to keep everyone fed and happy.” “Last year, EntreCon was a great local conference. This year, it was a great conference that just happened to be local. It gets better and better every year, and we are already looking forward to seeing what the 2018 conference brings.” Read more. Read full story


United Way reports on a year’s worth of community building

United Way of Escambia County's annual meeting highlights nonprofit's community impact as fiscal year closes

United Way of Escambia County's annual meeting highlights the nonprofit's community impact in education, health and financial stability as fiscal year closes. Read full story


Ethics in Business nominees sought

The UWF College of Business accepting nominations for the 2016 Combined Rotary of Pensacola Ethics in Business Award Read full story


Sunday’s Child hopes to award $125,000 to local charities

Pensacola-based Sunday's Child philanthropy is aiming to raise $125,000 to distribute to local nonprofits in the name of promoting Inclusion and diversity. Read full story

Giving back

United Way seeks professionals to help nonprofits

Want to help the community but not sure how? United Way of Escambia County wants to help teach you to be a better nonprofit board member. Read full story


Making IMPACT’s impact count

What improves the quality of life in a community? The $7,236,000 that IMPACT has donated to nonprofits in the community since 2003. Read full story


Volunteering to be a beach’s best friend

Ocean Hour volunteers doing their part to clean up a corner of paradise

The Ocean Hour concept: Pick a spot of shoreline and invite some friends for an hour of cleanup. Remove garbage. Network. Repeat. Read full story


WSRE Food & Wine Classic date set

The WSRE Food & Wine Classic is set for Oct. 16. The fundraiser, which benefits the Pensacola area's PBS station, is in its 27th year. Read full story


Local students honed leadership skills at Harding University

The Pensacola Civitan Club sponsored 11 Pensacola area students at the National Leadership Forum at Harding University in Searcy, Ark. Read full story


United Way celebrates donors, community impact

In all, United Way gave $1,692,593 to 30 agencies that are working to improve the health, education and financial stability outcomes of Escambia County residents. Read full story


United Way celebrates investment in Pensacola

United Way of Escambia County will wrap up its annual workplace campaign and celebrate its community investment grant recipients on June 25. Read full story


Get ready for hurricane season, Pensacola

Be Ready Alliance Coordinating for Emergencies, city host host the third annual Citywide Hurricane & Disaster Preparedness Day event on June 13. Read full story