About

Led by community leaders, the Coral Gables Community Foundation provides the philanthropic conduit to connect individuals and corporations looking to positively impact the success of the community. Now in its 27th year, the Foundation has been at the forefront of the evolving needs of Coral Gables while effectively bringing together beneficiaries and benefactors to fund programs with the greatest impact and benefit to “The City Beautiful.”

Established in September 1991 by community leaders, the Coral Gables Community Foundation, through its discretionary, donor-advised, and scholarship funds has helped youth, elderly, and disabled, and has provided dental care for needy children, sponsored cultural activities, awarded academic, dance, and music scholarships, and offered seminars to educate the public on important health, finance, and estate-planning issues, awarding over $7 million to worthy causes.

A nonprofit §501(c)(3) organization, the mission of the Coral Gables Community Foundation is to foster programs and initiatives that enhance the quality of life for people living and working in “The City Beautiful” Coral Gables.

Your support and donations represent a sound investment in giving back to your community. We hope you will participate and experience the power and impact of creative philanthropy.

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

Coral Gables Art Cinema

Cinemateque’s Coral Gables Art Cinema ( a 144-seat art cinema on the ground floor of the Coral Gables Museum parking garage building) was made possible by a matching funds donation from the Harry and Mary Perrin Fund (administered by The Foundation) to the City. The cinema space is also available for rent for private events. The Foundation continues its support of the Cinema as it provided a grant to fund the Miami International Children’s Film Festival in 2014 and in 2016, a grant to support the Cinema’s 70mm Film Festival, which is the first of its kind in South Florida.

Coral Gables Art Cinema

Cinemateque’s Coral Gables Art Cinema ( a 144-seat art cinema on the ground floor of the Coral Gables Museum parking garage building) was made possible by a matching funds donation from the Harry and Mary Perrin Fund (administered by The Foundation) to the City. The cinema space is also available for rent for private events. The Foundation continues its support of the Cinema as it provided a grant to fund the Miami International Children’s Film Festival in 2014 and in 2016, a grant to support the Cinema’s 70mm Film Festival, which is the first of its kind in South Florida.

Coral Gables Art Cinema

Cinemateque’s Coral Gables Art Cinema ( a 144-seat art cinema on the ground floor of the Coral Gables Museum parking garage building) was made possible by a matching funds donation from the Harry and Mary Perrin Fund (administered by The Foundation) to the City. The cinema space is also available for rent for private events. The Foundation continues its support of the Cinema as it provided a grant to fund the Miami International Children’s Film Festival in 2014 and in 2016, a grant to support the Cinema’s 70mm Film Festival, which is the first of its kind in South Florida.

Coral Gables Art Cinema

Cinemateque’s Coral Gables Art Cinema ( a 144-seat art cinema on the ground floor of the Coral Gables Museum parking garage building) was made possible by a matching funds donation from the Harry and Mary Perrin Fund (administered by The Foundation) to the City. The cinema space is also available for rent for private events. The Foundation continues its support of the Cinema as it provided a grant to fund the Miami International Children’s Film Festival in 2014 and in 2016, a grant to support the Cinema’s 70mm Film Festival, which is the first of its kind in South Florida.

Coral Gables Art Cinema

Cinemateque’s Coral Gables Art Cinema ( a 144-seat art cinema on the ground floor of the Coral Gables Museum parking garage building) was made possible by a matching funds donation from the Harry and Mary Perrin Fund (administered by The Foundation) to the City. The cinema space is also available for rent for private events. The Foundation continues its support of the Cinema as it provided a grant to fund the Miami International Children’s Film Festival in 2014 and in 2016, a grant to support the Cinema’s 70mm Film Festival, which is the first of its kind in South Florida.

Coral Gables Art Cinema

Cinemateque’s Coral Gables Art Cinema ( a 144-seat art cinema on the ground floor of the Coral Gables Museum parking garage building) was made possible by a matching funds donation from the Harry and Mary Perrin Fund (administered by The Foundation) to the City. The cinema space is also available for rent for private events. The Foundation continues its support of the Cinema as it provided a grant to fund the Miami International Children’s Film Festival in 2014 and in 2016, a grant to support the Cinema’s 70mm Film Festival, which is the first of its kind in South Florida.