Donating to the Community
The New England Club is a proud member of the Sun City Center community and donates to some of the local organizations that mean so much to us.
The SCC Charitable Foundation accepts a donation from the New England Club. Shown left to right: New England Treasurer Greg McKeown, Secretary Elaine Aquilino, President Mike Burnham, Foundation representative Jim Porrett, President Walt Cawein, Treasurer Frank Reid, and Maggie Pliska.
The SCC New England Club presents a donation to the Samaritan Fund. Shown left to right: NEC VP Eric Anderson and NEC President Bob Sanchez; Samaritan President Julie Floyd, VP John Mayoka, and Treasurer Jim Gundry.
NEC President Bob Sanchez presents a donation to Volunteer Emergency Squad Chief Mike Bardell along with Deputy Chief Tina Drury, NEC VP Eric Anderson and
Security Patrol's Chief of Patrol Fred Fiedler accepts a donation from NEC President Bob Sanchez. On the left are Security Patrol President John Weaver and NEC VP Eric Anderson.
Established in 2015, the SCC Charitable Foundation is a tax-exempt, 501(c)(3) organization founded and run by area individuals whose mission is to improve the quality of life for residents, specifically in the Sun City Center area. The SCC Charitable Foundation is designed to shape the future of our community by creating public awareness, developing charitable resources, and directing donations to initiatives that particularly address the needs of our community.
Examples of area projects made possible by the SCC Charitable Foundation include: the beautiful Veteran’s Memorial at Community Hall on Sun City Center’s South Campus; its Great Neighborhood Project, which focuses on coordinating community beautification efforts; and numerous directed fund initiatives. For more information, visit www.charitablefoundationscc.org.
The Community Association staff express their gratitude of NEC's contribution to their holiday fund. We appreciate the good work they perform to help make our events enjoyable and safe.
In honor of all veterans an engraved brick was installed during 2019 at the Veterans Memorial in front of Community Hall.
The club's brick is located in the center section.