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Charity Partners

Each year the St. Augustine Historic Inns donates a portion of our tour proceeds to a not-for-profit charity in the St. Augustine area. 

2018:  The RSVP (Retired Senior Volunteer Program) of St. John's County focuses on helping students within the county with their time and raising funds to support their cause. 

Past Charity Partners

2017:  Field of Dreams,  a specially designed baseball field that will allow mentally or physically handicap kids the opportunity to play baseball; 


2017: Community Hospice, with a range of services; for the community 

Past Charity Partners

2017: Lincolnville Museum, sharing their unique history of another historic district in Saint Augustine.  Their mission is to preserve, maintain, research and interpret the Museum's Collections for the educational benefit of the visiting public.  The Museum is a non-profit cultural institution sustained by admissions and donations, and it is supported by a dedicated staff of volunteers. 

Past Charity Partners

2016:  The Lightner Museum's current mission is to preserve, maintain, research, and interpret the Museum’s collections for the educational benefit of the visiting public. The Museum is a non-profit cultural institution sustained by admissions and donations, and it is supported by a dedicated staff of volunteers.

Past Charity Parnters

2015: The Tour's charity partner was the local Betty Griffin House, which provides shelter and counseling for victims of domestic violence.          (www.bettygriffinhouse.org) 

Past Charity Partners

2014: Partial proceeds were donated to Fresh Starts in Culinary Arts, which is operated by First Coast Technical College, who train qualified homeless participants leading to food service certification. The aim is to help graduates find jobs in the food service/hospitality industry, or to transfer into FCTC’s culinary arts program