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Positively Impacting Our Community
After the completion of various improvements in the Hyde Park community, it became clear that our neighborhoods are blessed with people who believe in giving back to the community. The creation of the Hyde Park Community Fund would only advance that spirit through philanthropy, vision and leadership on ways for the community to improve sustainability.
Lessening the burdens of government such as community cleanups, maintaining common area landscaping elements, raising funds for public improvement projects of government owned properties all coordinated with the City of Tampa, Hillsborough County Expressway Authority, Florida Department of Transportation and Southwest Florida Water Management District.
- Charitable economic development
- Beautification of common area elements
- Arts and cultural activities
- Historical preservation
Hyde Park Community Fund, Inc. is a Florida 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
Who We Are
The people of Hyde Park Community Fund
PATRICK CIMINO, MD
Dr. Cimino is Past President and officer of Hyde Park Preservation, Inc. His professional experience is as a medical director for a local health care system. He also is a resident of a local historic district. His duties will include executive responsibilities of HPCF serving as President.
Ms. Deakin is Past President and officer of Historic Hyde Park Neighborhood Association. Her professional experience is as a Certified Property Manager of commercial office and industrial property owners associations in Pasco, Polk and Hillsborough Counties, Florida. She also resides in a local historic district. She has been a property manager 33 years. Her duties will include the administrative and secretarial functions of Hyde Park Community Fund, Inc., i.e., general administrative duties, filing of all applications and filing of tax and legal documents, compliance with federal regulations for 501(c)(3); and corporate secretary to maintain minutes and corporate documents.
Mr. Bailey’s professional experience includes being an alternate member of the City of Tampa, Architectural Review Committee, and a former director of Historic Hyde Park Neighborhood Association. Mr. Bailey is a Licensed General Contractor specializing in commercial and residential contracting services for 23 years. His duties will include executive responsibilities of HPCF serving as Vice President. He also is a resident of a local historic district.
Mr. Thompson is the Vice President of Finance and Controller for a credit union headquartered in Tampa. He resides in a local historic district. He is responsible for financial duties for HPCF.