Delores Barr Weaver Fund Challenge A Success


Betty Griffin Center Meets Goal to Receive $100,000 Challenge Grant from the Delores Barr Weaver Fund

Thanks to your generosity, we’re excited to announce that you have helped us raise $100,000 in 2018 to meet the challenge grant goal to receive a matching grant of another $100,000 from the Delores Barr Weaver Fund!

Donations received through the matching grant will be used to fund our shelter operations, counseling and educational programming, the rape care unit at Flagler Hospital, child advocates and many other operational needs — which will enable us to continue to help the growing number of victims of sexual and domestic assault in our community.

By taking part in the Weaver Challenge Grant, you can know you have helped provide financial support for programs and services that are vital in our efforts to end domestic and sexual violence and to save lives.

We appreciate each person and business that took part in this special fundraising effort — which doubled the impact of your giving!

If you have questions about your gift to Betty Griffin Center,  please call the Development Office at (904) 808-8544, ext. 208, or email to [email protected]

About the Delores Barr Weaver Fund

Delores Barr Weaver established this fund at The Community Center for Northeast Florida in 2012 to provide grants to nonprofit organizations that do work she has supported over many years and to encourage others to do so as well. Mrs. Weaver has an extraordinary legacy of philanthropy, and she has provided transformative support to dozens of nonprofit organizations that uplift, enlighten and advance our community. Her establishment of the Delores Barr Weaver Fund ($50 million) in 2012 was the largest gift in The Community Foundation’s history.

About the Community Foundation for Northeast Florida

The Community Foundation for Northeast Florida, Florida’s oldest and largest community foundation, works to stimulate philanthropy to build a better community. The Foundation helps donors invest their philanthropic gifts wisely, helps nonprofits serve the region effectively, and helps people come together to make the community a better place. Now in its 54th year, the Foundation has assets of more than $385 million and has made nearly $450 million in grants since 1964. For more information: