211 Palm Beach/Treasure Coast
For technology to meet growing demands due to the COVID-19 crisis while also adhering to the CDC’s social distancing guidelines.
Adopt-A-Family of the Palm Beaches, Inc.
To continue to meet the needs of formerly homeless families while also concentrating on homeless prevention activities for others on the brink of homelessness during the COVID-19 crisis.
Adopt-A-Family of the Palm Beaches, Inc.
For roofing and gutter systems at the Service Enriched Housing, an affordable housing program for low-income families dedicated to the pursuit of financial stability.
Aid to Victims of Domestic Abuse, Inc.
For upgrades that will provide an increased level of safety necessary to support client services at the new location.
Alpha Educational Foundation-DDL (Delta, Delta, Lambda), Inc.
For updates, repairs and renovations at the Judge Rodgers Community Center, a community-based incubator for nonprofit organizations in Riviera Beach.
Alzheimer’s Community Care
For renovations and upgrades at the Palm Beach Gardens Specialized Alzheimer’s Day Care Center to serve the growing need for therapeutic care for Alzheimer’s patients and essential respite for family caregivers.
American Association of Caregiving Youth
For the Caregiving Youth Project, which will provide needs-driven support services to middle school youth caregivers and their families at JFK Middle School in Riviera Beach.
Arc of Palm Beach County, Inc.
For safe, accessible housing for extremely low-income individuals with developmental disabilities which will allow them to age in place.
Arc of the Glades Inc.
For essential health, safety, and educational program equipment for the use and benefit of intellectually and developmentally disabled clients participating in the Adult Day Training Program.
Back to Basics, Inc.
For commercial grade ceiling fans within the non-air-conditioned warehouse space to allow volunteers to continue their work packaging uniforms for children in need.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Palm Beach & Martin Counties, Inc.
To create a secure and efficient process to engage, recognize and retain mentors by using a one-touch enrollment process for required background screening to ensure child safety.
Big Heart Brigade
A matching grant for a new barbecue/smoker and grill unit to continue serving the returning wounded U.S. Military, feeding the less fortunate at Thanksgiving and assisting incapacitated First Responders within our community.
Boys & Girls Club of Martin County
For the security infrastructure needed to create a safer environment for the youth attending the Hobe Sound Club programs.
Boys & Girls Club of Palm Beach County
For security updates to continue to provide a physically and emotionally safe environment for all members.
Caridad Center, Inc.
For personal protection equipment, test kits, and pharmaceuticals supplies for clients and frontline staff working to address the COVID-19 crisis.
Caridad Center, Inc.
For medical equipment at the free clinic, which seeks to improve patients’ health and well-being by providing access to medical, dental, vision, behavioral health, and specialty health care services to indigent children and adults with nowhere else to go.
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Palm Beach, Inc.
For an agency-wide communication systems update.
Center for Child Counseling, Inc.
To provide upgrades, equipment and supplies in support of the expansion of mental health programming for vulnerable children and families in Palm Beach County.
Center for Trauma Counseling, Inc.
For a customized vehicle to be used as a mobile mental health clinic and community outreach center.
Child Protection Team Palm Beach
For clinic upgrades that will allow the medical staff to assess cases of child abuse with the most upgraded equipment in a child friendly environment.
Children’s Home Society of Florida
For a passenger van to provide transportation to clients to programs and to needed services such as health clinics and school visits.
Christians Reaching Out to Society, Inc.
To meet the increased demand for services due to COVID-19 at each of the eight food pantries.
The Community Foundation Martin-St. Lucie
To provide personal protective equipment (PPE) and supplies to nonprofit organizations during the COVID-19 crisis.
Community Health Center of West Palm Beach
For related technology improvements required to implement the telehealth program in response to the COVID-19 crisis.
Community Partners of South Florida
To provide transportation for residents from Village for Change (VFC), a residential treatment program, to medical appointments, therapy sessions, job training and other services necessary to increase their chance and speed of recovery.
Comprehensive Alcoholism Rehabilitation Programs (CARP), Inc.
Funds will be used for construction of the Great Room within the CARP Men’s 12 Step Home, for homeless and indigent men afflicted with substance use disorder. This room will serve both the Men’s and Women’s communities in the CARP Residential Program for Recovery.
Connections Education Center of the Palm Beaches, Inc.
For three micro-industry vocational rooms where students with autism can learn the skills necessary to facilitate a successful transition to life after high school.
Dunbar Center, Inc
For repairs, renovations and equipment to ensure the facility is safe and running smoothly for the children and families served at the childcare facility.
El Sol, Jupiter’s Neighborhood Resource Center
For equipment for the sewing program, which provides marketable and income generating skills that can be applied to earn income for profit at a vocational, entrepreneurial or home based level.
Els for Autism Foundation
For the Adult Services Center, which will provide supported employment, life skills training and social services to adults with autism spectrum disorder.
Families First of Palm Beach County
For upgraded technology and improved security systems.
Family Promise North Central Palm Beach County
For computer equipment to provide remote case management services and to purchase inflatable beds for the homeless families served by the organization, especially during the COVID-19 crisis.
Fern House, Inc.
To help indigent male chronic alcoholics and drug addicts achieve sustained sobriety and return to the mainstream of society as productive, responsible citizens, especially during the COVID-19 crisis.
Florida Community Health Centers, Inc.
For telehealth equipment and personal protective equipment for employees during the COVID-19 crisis.
Florida Outreach Center for the Blind, Inc.
For renovations and upgrades at the full-service training center for individuals who are visually impaired or blind.
For increased demand on the frontlines of the COVID-19 health crisis.
Friends of Fisher House, Inc. – West Palm Beach Fisher House
For ADA compliant walkways and outdoor improvements at the Fisher House, a home-away-from-home for the families of veterans and active duty military service members who stay free of charge while their loved ones are undergoing treatment.
The Glades Initiative
For the Glades Nonprofit Hub, which will allow multiple nonprofit agencies to have greater access to the clients they serve in the Glades area of western Palm Beach County.
Grandma’s Place, Inc.
For new flooring to improve the safety conditions at the facility for children have suffered abuse or neglect and have been removed from their homes.
Habitat for Humanity of Martin County
To complete one of the last remaining homes in Carter Park, a 40-home affordable housing neighborhood in Indiantown.
Habitat for Humanity of Palm Beach County
For two homes in Pleasant City, which will be built in partnership with low- or very low-income families.
Habitat for Humanity of South Palm Beach County
For the Project Uplift program, an affordable housing development and neighborhood revitalization project in the Heart of Boynton Beach.
Hobe Sound Early Learning Center
To support the Center’s critical expansion to be able to serve more children currently on the wait list for services.
Holy Ground Shelter for Homeless, Inc.
For upgrades and safety improvements at the Stockard Family Campus, which provides shelter and mentorship to homeless, pregnant and parenting young mothers and their children.
For the replacement of roofs and gutters at Pond Place, an independent living program for young adults who have aged out of foster care.
Hope Rural School
For classroom renovations at the school, which primarily serves children from immigrant families in grades Pre-K through 5 while guiding, and encouraging parents in the education of their children.
In The Pines, Inc.
For renovations at In the Pines, which provides safe and affordable housing for local, poverty-level farmworker and workforce families.
Kids Cancer Foundation, Inc.
For educational materials and comfort items, to provide hope and support to local children and their families battling childhood cancer and/or serious blood disorders.
Lake Worth West Resident Planning Group, Inc.
For a van to improve utilization of the organization’s after school, family and community education programs by providing transportation to low-income students and families with no other means of accessing services.
The Lord’s Place
To ensure stability for formerly homeless clients while preventing others from falling into homelessness.
Meals on Wheels of the Palm Beaches, Inc.
For meal delivery to homebound seniors and expansion of services during the COVID-19 crisis.
National Autism Registry, Inc. (NARY)
For a tempering machine, for the culinary program which provides training, community-based experiences and teaches life and vocational skills for individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities.
Neighborhood Renaissance, Inc.
To construct an affordable home as a part of the Lincoln Road Model Block Initiative, a targeted neighborhood revitalization effort to build new homes on vacant lots, rehabilitate and preserve existing homes and to engage residents to improve the area.
Nelson’s Outreach Ministries, Inc.
For the food pantry program during the COVID-19 crisis, which serves needy families, disabled individuals, veterans and homeless populations.
New Horizons Service Dogs, Inc.
For the West Palm Beach Advanced Training Facility, which will provide a local headquarter for providing quality, trained service dogs to people with disabilities.
Operation Hope, Inc.
For a multi-passenger van to provide transportation for disadvantaged, low-income, and homeless children/families/individuals participating in free out-of-school programs in Riviera Beach, Lake Park and surrounding areas.
For technology and household items at transitional living center, which empowers homeless and at-risk female military veterans to reintegrate successfully into life after service.
Palm Beach Cancer Foundation DBA Sari Asher Center for Integrative Cancer Care
To provide support for cancer patients and caregivers who cannot present in person for supportive care during the COVID-19 crisis.
Palm Beach County Food Bank
To provide food to children, seniors and hard-working families impacted by the COVID-19 crisis.
Palm Beach School for Autism
For Speak Up PBSFA, a TV Production program and a comprehensive solution to teaching students on the autism spectrum tech skills, academics, social skills and communication using state-of-the-art technology.
Pediatric Oncology Support Team, Inc. (POST)
To provide food and housing support to families with children fighting cancer, particularly during the COVID-19 crisis.
Place of Hope, Inc.
For construction and outfitting of the training and outreach space in the Lane Outreach Center.
For equipment to modify the intake process and create the ability to triage donations and handle them with an increased degree of care and precaution, ensuring safety and cleanliness for staff and patrons during the COVID-19 crisis.
For upgrades and renovations that will allow for a wider variety of educational activities, vocational training experiences and community functions for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Society of St. Vincent DePaul, Palm Beach District Council
For the Homeless Prevention Program, which provides financial assistance to individuals or families, helping them through a temporary crisis eliminating homelessness in our community and keeping families from being evicted from their homes, particularly during the COVID-19 crisis.
Sweet Dream Makers
To provide beds and bedding for children and families in need, who have been sleeping on the floor or in otherwise unsafe, unsanitary conditions, particularly during the COVID-19 crisis.
The Triangle Club, Inc.
For critical electrical upgrades to improve the safety of the building and make it accessible at all times, especially in times of community emergencies.
True Fast Outreach Ministries, Inc.
To provide emergency supplies for babies, children and elderly residents during the COVID-19 crisis.
Vinceremos Therapeutic Riding Center
For upgrades to ensure healthy pasture management and turn out for the therapeutic horses that are the foundation of the Center’s equine assisted therapy programs for individuals with disabilities.
Vita Nova, Inc.
For security upgrades to improve safety measures for staff and homeless youth.
West Jupiter Community Group, Inc.
For transportation and furniture at the Center, which provides a safe and nurturing environment for at risk students and families, so they may pursue academic and personal excellence.
Women’s Circle, Inc.
For updated technology to equip the newly constructed computer lab facility, which seeks to empower disadvantaged women through education, career/business development, leadership training, and personal/professional enrichment opportunities.
Youth Recreation Association
For the youth sports program in Riviera Beach which aims to provide safe activities that will help build self-awareness and encourage success.