who we are
We are a family with a heart for helping others. The Madison Floyd Foundation was established in 2018 to expand the reach of our giving by building a shared platform for charities and service organizations. We envision a network of partners, working together in support of each other, that enables and expands access to a variety of critical services for people in need.
what we do
The Madison Floyd Foundation engages with our partner charities and community service organizations to identify their specific needs to grow and promote their services, then connect them with the right resources to help them succeed, including funding, social media management, content creation, branding, and website design. We’re committed to active participation with our partners, providing hands-on help for each organization we support.
About Madison Floyd, Jr.
Madison Floyd, Jr. began his career in the healthcare industry in 1997 as a travel nurse. In 1999, he founded Trinity Healthcare Staffing Group, which grew to become the 11th largest travel nurse staffing company in the US and made the INC 5000 list of America’s fastest growing companies seven times. By the time it was sold in 2017, Trinity was well known within the industry as a top performing organization with an excellent work environment and culture.
In 2017, Floyd co-founded Floyd Lee Locums along with Trinity’s former Chief Operating Officer, Natasha Lee. Floyd Lee Locums is an award-winning physician staffing firm in Charleston SC, having been named one of the nation’s best staffing firms to work for by Staffing Industry Analysts.
In addition to his work in the healthcare industry, Floyd is involved in real estate development and business leadership consulting and mentoring programs. He also takes an active role in helping community service organizations through the Madison Floyd Foundation.
About Dan &
Married for 50 years, Dan and Sonya Floyd are blessed with two biological children and six children who became theirs through diverse circumstances.
Before joining forces with their son, Madison, at Trinity Healthcare, Dan served as Vice President of Turner’s Auto Glass and Sonya worked as a paralegal for Judge Ralph Anderson. Upon retirement, the Floyds launched a ministry providing full time pastors and their wives free access to spaces for relaxation and renewal.
The Floyds are now honored to serve as Trustees of the Madison Floyd Foundation and view their roles as another opportunity to live into their life philosophy, “You make a living by what you get; you make a life by what you give.”