The Challenge: "Forge a future where all residents have equitable opportunity to thrive and contribute to the well-being of our neighborhoods."
For the past five years we have received numerous proposals, and request for assistance across all spectrums. As a result we have developed a five-year strategic plan to reflect our common desire for a vibrant City of Plant City, recognize the conditions that must be addressed, and understanding our role as a good neighbor.
Our efforts to support community development started initially in 1995 when we successfully advocated the eligibility and use of CBDG funds for the construction of the Westside Boys & Girls Club, MLK Multi-purpose building, and improvements to city parks.
Over the years the League has operated a number of successful programs to include "Striving for Excellence Academy" and "Let's Talk About It Teen Conference" (picture to left).
The ILPCCDC has proven the effectiveness of youth leadership development and community-based programs. With your support our efforts can continue to bring critically-needed equitable economic, social and, literacy skills to all the citizens of Plant City.
Committed to identifying gaps in services in east Hillsborough County, acquiring funding or capacity to address those needs.
Your support makes a difference no matter the amount. Contributions and in-kind donations are tax deductible in acoordance with 501c3 code.
Click here to see the the latest news on what's happening, community events, activities and information that impact those residing in Plant City.
The Improvement League updated its 5 year strategic plan effective July 1. Click below to get a summary of our vision and what lies ahead.