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About the Foundation

Established in 2010, the Broadrick Family Foundation has primarily supported local charities that are committed to serving children and those in need in our community. We have also helped these organizations raise millions of dollars by introducing them to our generous friends and working with them to help more children. By using only our personal donations, we have been proud to provide funding to match at risk children with mentors, to research a cure for children’s cancer, to provide underprivileged children with glasses, fund scholarships and provide opportunities for kids to be exposed to the arts.

While we are proud of what we have accomplished in the past, we realize that the needs are great in our community.  With that in mind, we are asking our generous and committed friends to help us, help more.  Through fund raising events and gifting opportunities, we plan to combine and leverage our resources to provide even more help for those in need.  Our primary goals will be to fund programs to enhance the lives of at risk children, to educate families out of poverty and to make sure that the elderly are not forgotten.

ROn and Tami Broadrick at an event for The Broadrick Foundation in Tampa Fl
Cindy and Henri Jean at an event for The Broadrick Foundation in Tampa Fl

What We're Proud Of

Current Organizations We Support

Wheelchairs 4 Kids Logo
Angels Against Abuse Logo
Hero to a Child Logo
Kind Mouse Logo
Joshua House Logo
Everyday Blessings Logo
One Community Now Logo
Champions for Children Logo
Vineceremos Logo
Cove Behavioral Health Logo
Oasis Logo
Celebrate Birthdays Logo
Ryan Wells Foundation Logo
Starting Right Now Logo
A Kids Place Logo
Heart Gallery of Tampa Logo
Wounded Veterans Relief Fund Logo
Current Partnrs

Our Founders

Meet Ron & Tami Broadrick

When Ron Broadrick sold his business, Earth Tech, to a private equity group in 2010, he and his wife Tami wanted to give back to the community. Since the couple met when Ron was president of the board of directors for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tampa Bay, it was only natural that their philanthropic interests would center on a cause they're passionate about: giving at-risk children hope for a brighter future.

Today, the Broadrick Family Foundation provides vitally needed funding for local nonprofit charities with a mission of serving foster, abused and homeless children. "The need is so great out there," says Ron, who remains as president and CEO of Earth Tech, one of Central Florida's premier foundation stabilization companies. While they continue to support organizations like Big Brothers Big Sisters, Ron says he and Tami have begun to focus more on small, grassroots charities that many people have never heard of before.

"These are organizations that have touched our hearts," says Ron. "We have been able to give these children a chance for a better future and maybe they won't be destined to repeat the cycle."

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