Introducing Seacoast’s Community Giving Program

We give back, so we can all move forward.

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Seacoast is proud to have supported many organizations and non-profits throughout 2019. We were able to impact our community with education-related activities, affordable housing and hunger-relief initiatives, financial literacy programs, as well as small and new business development programs. At this time, our submissions for 2019 are closed and we are currently taking submissions for our 2020 program. We welcome you to submit your information below for consideration starting in January.

At Seacoast, we are your neighbor and trusted friend. We’re here to help you live the life you imagine and to strengthen our community. That’s why we’ve always given to those in the greatest need. Through charitable giving and community action, we’re helping our neighbors to promote progress and success within the communities we serve. 

We provide funding to direct-service programming that enables worthy endeavors within our business marketplaces. From education-related activities that help kids grow into good business people, to organizations that support affordable housing, to hunger-relief providers that keep families strong and healthy so youngsters can thrive at home and in schools -- we support areas of giving that will reflect the strongest positive impact throughout Florida.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. How do you define “low- to-moderate- income” individuals or families?
Low-to-moderate income is defined as income less than 80 percent of the area median income for the community served.
2. How long does it take for an application to be reviewed?
Grant applications are reviewed on a quarterly basis.  Applicants who apply for funding within the quarter are reviewed in the quarter following.  You will receive a notification of the decision within 30 days after quarter end of the applications funded for the quarter.
3. May I call during the review period to check on my application status?
after submitting the application, we respectfully request that you wait until 30 days after the following quarter end before calling to check on your status.  In most cases, you will have heard from us within that period.
4. Is there someone locally I can submit my application to?
Please submit your request through our online application below.
5. Will someone from Seacoast Bank make a site visit to our organization?
Due to the volume of requests we receive, it is not always possible to personally visit each organization.  When we do make a site visit, they are only to requesting organizations that have submitted complete proposals, or organizations that have previously been funded.
6. If we are declined, may we reapply?
Seacoast Bank receives far more grant requests from worthy organizations than we can support.  If your request is declined, you are welcome to reapply.
7. When can we expect the check if we are approved?
A check is normally sent out within 30 days of the approval.

To apply, please fill out the following form for our 2020 consideration:

Four Promises. One Goal.

At Seacoast Bank, everything we do is based upon core beliefs summarized in the Four Promises we make to you. When you entrust your banking to us, we promise to:
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Get you comfortable with the right products and the right team to serve you
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Make your day-to-day banking simple
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Resolve out-of-the-ordinary items responsively
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Invest in you and your community