Bob Zangrillo, the Zangrillo Family Foundation, and his firm Dragon Global, along with his partners and the Dragon Global community have made or committed to over $30 million to support local Miami charities and Climate Impact projects.
Developers of Magic City Innovation District, Dragon Global, Plaza Equity Partners, and Lune Rouge commit and fund the Little Haiti Revitalization Trust to fund $31 million from trio of Miami-based real estate firms. To be governed by a five-person board, the Trust would decide how to spend the money to provide affordable housing, job, business training, and other benefits to Little Haiti.
Esteemed venture capitalist, real estate developer, and philanthropist Robert Zangrillo recently presented a check of $100,000 on behalf of the Zangrillo Family Foundation to the next generation of technologists at the Pierre Toussaint Leadership and Learning Center.
The goal of the donation is to support the building of a Tech Campus at the Pierre Toussaint Leadership and Learning Center-Notre Dame d’Haiti Catholic Church in partnership with Magic City Innovation District.
Esteemed venture capitalist, real estate developer, and philanthropist Robert Zangrillo on behalf of the Zangrillo Family Foundation to support the building and delivering of Empowerment Backpacks, including a Mentorship Program, to 14 to 18-year-old teenagers in Miami. The Zangrillo Family Foundation has recently funded the distribution of 5,000 backpacks for under privileged children in Los Angeles, California.
The Little Lighthouse Foundation, a nonprofit organization that assists underserved children and their families throughout South Florida, announced today that it raised a record-breaking $850,000 — anchored by a $100,000 donation from top venture capital and real estate investor Robert Zangrillo and the Zangrillo Family Foundation — during its annual Hearts & Stars Gala, held at Space Park in Miami’s Magic City Innovation District – Little Haiti in November.
Our goal is to provide enough work for indigenous families, the protectors of the jungle, so that they can be independent and have a stable source of income and stop them from accepting offers from oil companies and other threats that will destroy the primary forest and pollute the most biodiverse place in Earth we do this by supporting indigenous people from Ecuador empowering local organizations that are working in conservation projects to protect the indigenous forest and build cultural, medicinal and food sovereignty through reforestation with carefully selective native tree species and territory mapping.