Connecting people who care… with causes they care about

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Building Better Community

Osceola County is home to more than 5,000 families and children in challenging situations. The Celebration Foundation partners with volunteers and donors to provide food and school supplies to those in need and an opportunity to learn about higher education through college campus tours.

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Connecting Generations

The Celebration Foundation’s WINGS program was created to explore ways for women and girls to create strong, powerful and positive life journeys. Goal setting, leadership qualities, positive self-image and stereotype myths are some of the topics explored.

Pre-K students learn to play the violin through a voluntary program at Poinciana Academy of Fine Arts in Poinciana, Fla. Wednesday, December 14, 2011.   (Gary W. Green/Staff Photographer)

Sustaining the Arts

A great community deserves great music. The goal of the Celebration Foundation Concert Series is to bring high quality music to Celebration. The series also aims to expose youth in the area to the beauty and skill of high quality music performances.

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Working Together

With the launch of Thriving in Place, our goal is to create a program that will not only service some of the more basic needs of our senior community but develop a sense of pride and camaraderie among our residents.