Alsace Walentine (left), owner of Tombolo Books, with Working Women Tampa Bay founder Jessica Rivelli in 2020.

WWF’s Seed Money: Helping women entrepreneurs grow their businesses

The Working Women Foundation has awarded more than $75,000 to 100 women in the Tampa Bay business community since 2016.

Composite of eight images of a tornado shot in Kansas in 2016. (Wikimedia Commons)

How to help victims of the tornadoes

The scenes of devastation are heartbreaking, but there are many ways to help.

Feeding Tampa Bay’s “12 Days of Giving”

No partridges. No pear trees. Just choose 12 days when you and your friends can help the hungry.

Stoneleigh in Villanova, PA. All photos (with exception of aerial shot) by David Warner.

Mansion Monday: The happy fate of an estate on Philadelphia’s Main Line

How the Haas family gave Stoneleigh, their family home and gardens, to the world.

Photos courtesy Tampa Pig Jig.

Ten years of ’cueing up for a cure

Tampa Pig Jig mixes BBQ and country to raise money for treatment of a rare kidney disease.

Voices of Hope for Aphasia members celebrate giving back.

Aphasia Gives Back…packs!

“Just like everyone else, people with aphasia want to feel productive and useful, they want to give back to their community.”

David Berolzheimer, whose posthumous gift to the City of Belleair Bluffs will help complete a park area he often visited.

Generosity at Play in Belleair Bluffs

Donor gifts, including a major posthumous donation, will support expanded spaces for recreation and community.

Clare Fleming of The Children's Cancer Center.

Tampa Bay Talks: Clare Fleming tells us what’s happening at The Children’s Cancer Center

A talk with Clare Fleming of The Children’s Cancer Center about the organization’s vitally important services to children and their families who are battling cancer or chronic blood disorders.

The Alpert Enterprises team (l to r): Joe Girvan, Geoff Cowan, Jason Alpert and Vallye Adams.

Man of Auction: Jason Alpert on raising money during a pandemic and virtual vs. live events

Alpert’s Largo-based company has raised more than $200,000,000 for close to 200 nonprofits around the country.

First Ladies past, present and future. All photos by Nicole White.

“First Ladies in African American History” luncheon celebrates accomplished women and young scholars

The annual event honors Black women who are the first in their fields. The Woodson Warrior scholarships were also presented during the luncheon.