Volunteer Florida Announces Wade Litchfield Joining Foundation Board of Directors
Tallahassee — Volunteer Florida announced today that Wade Litchfield, Vice President and General Counsel of Florida Power & Light Company, is joining the Volunteer Florida Foundation’s Board of Directors.
“We are excited to welcome Wade to the Volunteer Florida Foundation Board of Directors,” said Volunteer Florida Foundation Chair Chucha Barber. “As the Foundation continues its work to support Volunteer Florida’s efforts, we look forward to serving with Wade – his professional experience and passion for our mission will make him an excellent addition to the Board.”
“We are thrilled that Wade is joining the Volunteer Florida Foundation Board,” said Chester Spellman, CEO of Volunteer Florida. “The Volunteer Florida Foundation plays an important role in supporting Volunteer Florida’s work and we are grateful for the leadership of Wade and the tremendous support of FP&L.”
The Volunteer Florida Foundation, a non-profit established as a direct support organization for Volunteer Florida, raises funds to support Volunteer Florida’s programs. The Foundation also supports special Governor’s initiatives, including Florida’s Black History Month and Hispanic Heritage Month celebrations, as well as honoring Florida’s outstanding volunteers, veterans, and educators.
The Volunteer Florida Foundation also administers the Florida Disaster Fund, the State of Florida’s official private fund established to assist Florida’s communities as they respond to and recover during times of emergency or disaster. In partnership with the public sector, private sector and other non-governmental organizations, the Florida Disaster Fund supports response and recovery activities.
“Giving back to the communities we serve is a reflection of our corporate values and a commitment for all of us at FPL,” said Wade Litchfield. “I am honored to join the Volunteer Florida Foundation board and be part of an organization that shares our commitment to making Florida an even better place to do business and raise a family.”
To learn more about the Volunteer Florida Foundation, please visit this link.