Established in 1962, Loveland Center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that serves children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) across SWFL to live their lives to the fullest.
Loveland’s Office of Philanthropy exists to engage a community of supporters that will not only boost visibility for our mission and for individuals with I/DD, but also aid to secure the overall fiscal health of the agency well into the future.
Loveland has an annual operating budget of $2.5M. You can view our 2018-2019 Annual Report HERE.
Loveland is an approved Medicaid provider and receives a portion of its funding from a fee-for-service model. However, The State of Florida is 49th in funding for individuals with I/DD which means that there are countless individuals in need of scholarships to attend programs, as well as a number of programs and services not fully supported by Medicaid which force agencies like Loveland to rely on support from grants and private donations.
Philanthropic support of our mission helps to provide:
Loveland is grateful for your support, no matter the size. There are countless ways that you can make your impact on our mission.
View our Greatest Needs HERE.
Share, attend or support any of our upcoming events HERE.
Of course! Please contact the Office of Philanthropy to customize an opportunity that’s just right for you. Contact:
Loveland Center Office of Philanthropy
Camille Cline, Chief Advancement Officer