Circular Giving.

What Happens with Donations for the Upper Keys Foundation?

Funds are utilized to enhance and expand the athletic programs and facilities at Coral Shores High School including programming costs related to personnel, equipment, travel, officials and security.

How are the Coral Shores High School Students Supported?

The lives of student athletes are impacted positively as they positively impact the lives of those served by the area agencies in the Upper Keys. Students learn far more from serving in afterschool programming or at a food pantry or soup kitchen than selling promotional items through fundraising initiatives.

How are the Upper Keys Community Agencies Supported by Students, Staff, and Faculty?

The Upper Keys Foundation partners with major donors in order to provide the necessary financial resources for this revolutionary circular giving program where student athletes are moved from a traditional pay to play to a serve to play fundraising system.

When Will Donors be Updated of the Positive Impact of the Upper Keys Foundation?

The Upper Keys Foundation is dedicated to regularly sharing the positive impact stories of their program participants (teachers, staff, and students) through social media and newsletter updates as well as awarding rewards to program participants through recognition programming.

How will the Upper Keys Foundation Serve the Greater Global Community?

The leadership of Upper Keys Foundation, including both the board of directors and advisory board members, are dedicated to working with the leadership of the Coral Shores High School and area nonprofit agencies in order to promote the success of this revolutionary service-learning prototype, thus making serve to play and circular giving a new model for high school student-athlete programming throughout the nation.

November 18, 2019

Upper Keys Foundation Joins Forces with Upper Keys Rotary

More than 100 Coral Shores fall athletes recently participated in The Upper Keys Foundation’s, Hurricane Dorian Relief Mission.  Pictured is Coral Shores All-Conference, wide receiver Gage Dennis presenting a check…
October 28, 2019

Football Team Collects Donations for Hurricane Dorian Victims

This past weekend, our CSHS football players volunteered at Winn Dixie by collecting donations for Hurricane Dorian victims in the Bahamas.  They boys are learning how to help their community…
October 28, 2019

Football Team Volunteers at Burton Memorial Church’s Pumpkin Patch

This past weekend, our CSHS football players volunteered their time at Burton Memorial Church's pumpkin patch.  At the church, they helped to move the delivered pumpkins off of the truck…