Community Philanthropic

Building a more accessible South Florida.

Community involvement is an integral detail comprising of the Cannatelli management’s daily business. It is reflected in the firm’s vision for its project portfolio, which presents the opportunity (and self-perceived duty) to help bridge South Florida’s past with its future. The firm’s work includes projects that require preservation and restoration of structures with deep roots and history in the community, new construction projects that create opportunity for South Florida’s present and future, and public-level projects that facilitate multiple South Florida municipalities to provide additional services to its residents. Community involvement and service is a priority that Cannatelli aims to deliver directly through the details of its day-to-day business.

Ed Cannatelli, Founder & Chairman speaking with a local Boys and Girls club workshop.

Beyond client work, community service is both a passion and duty honored by the firm and its employees. We have experienced first-hand that South Florida can be a community of two extremes: wealth and poverty, and recognize that a significant portion of the population is unable to access or afford the opportunities resulting from economic development. We are passionate about narrowing that gap through a variety of philanthropic roles focused on three key causes:

  • Positive social change and impact development
  • Social Justice
  • Education and empowerment

The firm’s philanthropic commitments are focused on the following organizations and Initiatives:

  • Missions of Nonprofits and foundations through the Frankie Beans Brand Initiatives
  • Wounded Warriors Project
  • Make A Wish Foundation
  • The Boys and Girls Club of America
  • The Miami Dolphins and Miami Marlins Initiatives
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Goldies Gang
  • Police & Firefighters Benevolent
  • Christ Fellowship Church mission initiatives