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From employee volunteers to corporate sponsorships, MIDFLORIDA is proud of its commitment to the areas we serve.

MIDFLORIDA in the Community

MIDFLORIDA is committed to improving the neighborhoods where we live and work. We demonstrate this promise by supporting local causes and organizations that focus on making our communities better and more enjoyable. Our goal to be good corporate citizens is also showcased through the giving and volunteerism of our Senior Management, Board of Directors and employees. View our Calendar to see what upcoming events we are currently involved in.

Gift Of Reading Program

The Gift of Reading program is an initiative to convey the importance, enjoyment and love of reading to more than 15,000 kindergarten students. Each year since 2006, volunteers from MIDFLORIDA visit every kindergarten class in Polk, Highlands, DeSoto, Hardee, Okeechobee and Indian River counties, as well as several schools in Port St. Lucie. Volunteers read a pre-selected book to each class, then present a copy of the book to each student, teacher and to the school’s media center. The Gift of Reading program illustrates MIDFLORIDA’s commitment to two important issues: the value of volunteering and the importance of developing reading skills at an early age.

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Extra Credit For Schools

Extra Credit For Schools began in 2005 and has taken off. Funds are raised for the school of the customer’s choice by signing their MIDFLORIDA debit card up for a school. Each time a purchase is made with the card and the credit option selected, the school earns up to 10¢. The money is accrued and paid out each December. MIDFLORIDA anticipates paying more than $20,000 this year. Monies raised through this program can be used for any purpose the school feels is important. Learn more


Since beginning the MIDFLORIDA/Rebecca Keith Scholarship a few years ago, MIDFLORIDA has given more than $800,000 to students to fund college tuition. It is our belief that money invested into the youth is money well-invested in our communities. Learn more