Jessica Clark, award-winning journalist and First Coast News WTLV-TV news anchor
Amy Hendrickson, award-winning acoustic solo songwriter & vocalist
Dr. Roger Smith, St. Augustine Historical Society historian, history professor at Flagler College, and Director of the St. Augustine History Festival
Renee Unsworth, photographer, social media manager and founder of TotallyStAugustine.com
Doug and Courtney Muir, owners of Dog Rose Brewery where handcrafted ales and lagers are brewed with style and tradition in mind
Compassionate St. Augustine (CSA) embodies the spirit of compassion and generosity that defines St. Augustine. Focused on turning empathy into action, this local non-profit organization has touched the lives of many, leaving an indelible mark on the community.
From combatting food insecurity through their Gift Gardens to their Good Trouble initiative that advocates for unity and change to address the community’s needs, CSA brings tremendous value to our city and its neighborhoods.
About Compassionate St. Augustine
Compassionate St. Augustine is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization in St. Augustine Florida. Our vision is to inspire others to make a positive impact by fostering a culture of compassion. The organization calls on individuals, communities, and organizations to promote compassion in all aspects of life. It seeks to foster a global movement of individuals dedicated to living by the principles of compassion, empathy, and the Golden Rule. For more information about our initiatives, visit https://www.compassionatestaugustine.org.