The Carillon Beach Institute is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization, exclusively funded through grants, donations, and fees from foundations, friends, and citizens of Carillon Beach.
Our citizens donate their time, energy, and financial resources to make Carillon Beach a sustaining contributor to the quality of life in our community and the surrounding Gulf Coast area.
Carillon Beach Institute Mission Statement
The Carillon Beach Institute is a non-profit organization founded to enrich the lives of the citizens of Carillon Beach and to positively impact the lives of people in the surrounding Gulf Coast communities. The Institute’s concern is to blend our architecture and urbanism with the more intangible, aesthetic, and human qualities that make life more meaningful within our Village by the Sea. The Institute acts as a catalyst by creating programs that express and promote the arts, humanities, and culture. This is accomplished through concerts, lectures, symposiums, events, and conferences in four areas.
The Institute holds conferences and events that promote psychological and physiological health among people of all ages.
Arts and Humanities
The Institute underwrites programs to enhance the knowledge, awareness, and appreciation of the arts and humanities. Programs and performances by dancers, musicians, playwrights, authors, journalists, artists, and actors are just a few of the areas that have been supported.
The Institute sponsors conferences, seminars, and events to facilitate a successful partnership between the local and regional environment and the humans that inhabit it.
The Institute provides recreational, ecological, social, and educational growth opportunities for all children, including those who would otherwise never have the opportunity to visit or gain an appreciation for the gulf coast area.