Recent Grant Awards

HEALTH
26 Grants totaling $1,175,195

211 Palm Beach/Treasure Coast    
For the new hurricane-rated building to accommodate increased needs in Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast.

Arc of the Glades Inc.          
To facilitate connection to the public sewer system.

Boys & Girls Club of Martin County          
For the exergames interactive fitness system.

Boys Town South Florida   
For facilities upgrades in the Behavioral Health Clinic to better serve families.

Caridad Center, Inc. 
For specialty vision equipment that will allow the Vision Clinic to monitor and detect changes in the eye that could indicate eye diseases such as glaucoma or diabetic retinopathy.

Center for Child Counseling, Inc.  
For a mobile services vehicle to more effectively reach individuals experiencing barriers to mental health education and services and to address a consistent waitlist for services.

Center for Family Services 
For updated technology to ensure smooth operations, make use of improved performance and security features, and keep providing services effectively.

Center for Trauma Counseling, Inc.          
For a second mobile mental health clinic to increase the agency's ability to serve more underserved & underprivileged Palm Beach County residents facing barriers to care including transportation, poverty and/or lack of insurance.

El Sol, Jupiter's Neighborhood Resource Center
For improved parking and workspace for growing bicycle-dependent clients.

Families First of Palm Beach County        
To upgrade technology equipment.

Florida Community Health Centers, Inc.   
For medical equipment to improve patient experience in the Pahokee and Belle Glade centers.

Genesis Community Health, Inc.   
For the multi-purpose van program which helps to eliminate barriers and promote preventive care by offering accessible healthcare to children.

Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Coalition of Palm Beach County      
For shelving, an electric pallet jack and a moveable ladder for the Basics4Babies emergency pantry for infants.

Junior League of the Palm Beaches         
For equipment to expand the Eye and Ear Alert project which provides free hearing and vision screenings to preschoolers and young children.

Kids Cancer Foundation, Inc.         
For playroom renovations and technology.

NAMI Palm Beach County  
For exterior lighting to improve safety.

Pediatric Oncology Support Team, Inc. (POST)  
To replace the air conditioning unit in the play therapy room.

Project LIFT, Inc.      
To equip the Automotive, Welding, & Carpentry departments with the tools necessary to provide a combination of mental health and vocational training to at-risk teens in Southern Martin County.

Quantum House       
To upgrade the security and surveillance network to ensure physical safety of families, volunteers, & employees at the hospitality home which keeps families as close as possible to their child who is receiving medical treatments locally.

The IDDEAL Foundation     
For a vehicle to improve the engagement of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, particularly for job trainings and community outings.

The Salvation Army 
For a wheelchair accessible van for the Medical Respite Center to serve medically-fragile homeless clients.

The Volen Center     
For renovations at the Adult Day Care Center in Delray Beach.

Vinceremos Therapeutic Riding Center    
To install large fans in the covered arena and the barn to better cool the spaces for equine assisted activities for individuals with physical, cognitive and emotional disabilities.

Wayside House        
For a van to transport clients while helping women with drug and alcohol dependence and providing them with tools to rebuild their lives, reconnect with loved ones and recover from active addiction.

YMCA of the Palm Beaches
To build a state-of-the-art community center and Olympic-style skate park.

YMCA of the Treasure Coast
For the aquatics center in Indiantown.

HUNGER
8 Grants totaling $328,729

Boynton Beach Faith Based Community Development Corporation
For commercial kitchen equipment to expand the Aging in Place elder care program.

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Palm Beach, Inc.
For renovations to create confidential space for client interaction and more efficient use of space. This renovation will provide safety enhancements and modification of the direct service area, improving the overall experience for clients and staff. 

Farmworker Coordinating Council of Palm Beach County, Inc.
For a security and camera system to ensure the continued safety of clients and staff.

Meals on Wheels of the Palm Beaches, Inc.
For the annex, which will provide additional production and storage space to help increase the meal delivery program for homebound seniors.

Palm Beach County Food Bank
For storage racks in the new warehouse to expand services for food insecure Palm Beach County children and seniors.

Riviera Beach Community Outreach
To establish and expand accessible storage solutions to better help individuals and families meet their basic needs to include food, clothes, household appliances, and other life sustaining tangible items.

United Way of Palm Beach County
To improve food access and operations of food pantries and nonprofit organizations addressing food insecurity through kitchen, warehouse, and storage equipment for long-term improvements.

Youth Recreation Association       
For hunger relief efforts in Riviera Beach.

HOUSING
15 Grants totaling $866,537

Adopt-a-Family of the Palm Beaches, Inc.           
For exterior updates of 24 affordable housing units and headquarters which houses Project Grow, the homeless prevention program.

Aid to Victims of Domestic Abuse, Inc.    
To upgrade the security monitoring equipment at the shelter and transitional housing campus.

Children's Home Society of Florida          
For renovations and to improve security at Safe Harbor, a temporary residential facility for youth who are in the midst of a crisis where they can find immediate safety, counseling and basic necessities.

Community Partners of South Florida      
For building renovations to make St. Charles Place Manor safer for the disabled residents and their caregivers.

Faith-Hope-Love-Charities, Inc.
To provide essential transport services for veterans and family members for medical appointments, career training, as well as educational and social field trips for the children of the veterans. 

Family Promise of South Palm Beach County
For computers, laptops, and a smartboard to meet the needs of homeless families.

Grandma's Place, Inc.         
To replace the roof in order to continue to provide a safe space for underserved and underprivileged children in Palm Beach County.

Habitat for Humanity Greater Palm Beach County          
For the Neighborhood Revitalization Program, which provides home repairs and improvements to enable families to live in safer, more secure homes.

Habitat for Humanity of Martin County
For a single-family home in Pettway Village, an affordable housing neighborhood in Hobe Sound.

Holy Ground Shelter for Homeless, Inc.   
For improvements at the Stockard and Waltz campuses for homeless, pregnant or parenting young women, and their children, living in Palm Beach County who are willing to make positive changes in their lives.

HomeSafe     
To update windows and doors with durable, energy-efficient impact glass, ensuring enhanced security and sustainability.

Place of Hope, Inc.   
For two passenger vans that will be used to transport foster children to school, doctors' appointments, activities, and places of employment.

The Lord's Place      
For renovations of the community room at Alexander Place, a supportive housing campus for families experiencing homelessness.

The Lord's Place      
In honor of Diana Stanley's service, leadership and impact on our community.

Vita Nova, Inc.          
For an upgraded security system for Vita Nova Village and the Spot Drop-in Center for foster care and homeless youth.

EDUCATION
24 Grants totaling $1,213,610

Achievement Center for Children and Families        
For a new activity bus to facilitate transportation and enhance the safety and well-being of children.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Palm Beach & Martin Counties, Inc.       
For community outreach equipment to focus on recruiting additional mentors to meet the needs of the growing waitlist.

Boys & Girls Club of Palm Beach County      
To complete much-needed facility upgrades at the Smith & Moore Family Teen Center in Belle Glade, ensuring safety and security for members, staff and the community.

Common Ground Community Development              
For a new roof at the Center where a thriving community of creative entrepreneurs, artists, business owners, students and teachers of all ages in the underserved community of Lake Worth Beach come together to connect, learn, and be inspired.

Connections Education Center of the Palm Beaches, Inc.  
For Peddling for Progress which will provide the necessary equipment to start a therapeutic bike riding program for students with autism.

Cox Science Center and Aquarium   
For the planetarium upgrade which will help advance science education and astronomy, fostering a greater interest in STEM subjects for local students.

Dress For Success Palm Beaches      
To expand the training room and complete renovation at the new facility to continue empowering women and preparing them for career changes.

Family Impact PBC (dba Lake Worth West Resident Planning Group, Inc.)
For a computer lab for the education and advancement of disadvantaged children, youth and adults in after-school and women’s empowerment programs.

First Serve       
For a van to transport participants to/from the Belle Glade youth development programs.

Florida Outreach Center for the Blind, Inc.  
To improve safety at the training center. 

Gulfstream Goodwill Industries, Inc.              
For a walk-in cooler at the new bakery which will provide an opportunity for clients with disabilities to hone their culinary abilities and their customer service skills.

Hispanic Human Resources Council, Inc.    
To improve the safety and security of the buildings and playgrounds at the child development centers.

Hope Rural School     
To replace air conditioners.

Lighthouse for the Blind of the Palm Beaches            
For technology and a vehicle to transport visually impaired students safely and for staff to attend home-based services, vision screenings, and community outreach events.

Morningday Community Solutions   
For two electric pallet jacks to best accommodate an increasing volume of free or deeply discounted products for local nonprofit agencies.

Pace Center for Girls Palm Beach      
For renovations to provide upgrades and technology to the Girls Multipurpose Room (MPR) which is utilized every day for a variety of activities including meals, meetings, celebrations, and special events. 

Palm Beach School for Autism            
For a van to provide transition and vocational readiness opportunities for students with autism.

Path to College
For a van that will provide transportation for students and for outreach in local, deserving communities.

Redlands Christian Migrant Association      
For a shade structure to cover preschool play equipment serving children ages 3-5, located in Belle Glade.

Student ACES, Inc.     
To replace the roof at The Student ACES Center (The SAC), in Belle Glade which serves as an after-school and summer program for middle and high school student athletes.

Take Stock in Children Palm Beach County 
For renovations to better serve financially at-risk students by providing one-on-one mentoring, college readiness coaching, college advising, post-secondary retention services, and a guaranteed post-secondary tuition college scholarship.

The Banner Lake Club, Inc.    
For a modular classroom to expand infant care services.

West Jupiter Community Group, Inc.
For the Field House Storage building, which will facilitate the safekeeping of sports equipment, educational materials and supplies necessary for the various programs conducted by the Edna W. Runner Tutorial Center.

Xcel Strategies, Inc.  
For the Electrical Mobile Training Units (MTU) will provide hands on access to tools, materials, and the experiential learning leading to electrician certification and increases the likelihood of achieving sustained employment.

 

HEALTH
19 Grants totaling $1,031,575

Alpert JFS:
For the buildout of counseling offices in the new Alpert JFS Activity Center, enabling the agency to deliver comprehensive wraparound mental health services to adults with disabilities, children and families, and other individuals in need residing in the Palm Beach Gardens area.

Alzheimer's Community Care:
To refurbish and update the Palm Beach Gardens Day Center.

Arc of the Glades:
For parking lot improvements to create a safer environment for clients with intellectual/developmental disabilities, their caregivers, staff and visitors.

Caridad Center:
For medical equipment to provide the highest quality of services to underserved patients in need.

Center for Child Counseling:
For updated technology to continue to help build the foundation for healthy, resilient children and families through ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences) aware and trauma-informed communities.

Center for Family Services: 
For facility upgrades to improve the environment where the agency seeks to strengthen individuals and families through behavioral health services and education.

Child Protection Team Palm Beach: 
For technology and equipment to better serve victims of sexual assault.

El Sol, Jupiter's Neighborhood Resource Center:
For a water bottle filler station to help provide cool drinking water for local day laborers.

Families First of Palm Beach County: 
For updated equipment and furnishings to enhance the environment for families seeking child abuse prevention, health, housing, and behavioral health services.

Florida Community Health Centers: 
For updated, high quality dental equipment at the Indiantown Health Center.

Grandma's Place:
To enclose the existing patio into a four-season usable space to enhance the quality of life for underserved and underprivileged children who have suffered abuse or neglect and have been removed from their home.

Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Coalition of PBC:
For updated furniture at the new facility where the agency works to nurture healthy births and families by meeting the physical, emotional, economic, and social challenges of pregnancy and infant wellness

Jeff Industries:
For new roofs at The Palm Haven, which offers permanent, affordable and transitional housing for adults with chronic mental illnesses. 

MyClinic:
For renovations to improve function and accommodate growth of clinic programs as well as increasing capacity for the co-located federally qualified health center.

Palm Beach County Medical Society Services:
To renovate the current office space which is utilized for health and education programs.

The Crossroads Club:
For renovations at the main facility which provides support for people in early recovery from alcoholism and addiction.

The Triangle Club:
For exterior improvements to help provide a safer environment for recovery-related events and begin much-needed outdoor meetings for individuals and families affected by alcoholism and addiction.

Wayside House:
For new roofs at the residential facility, which that helps women with drug and alcohol dependence by providing them with tools to rebuild their lives, reconnect with loved ones and recover from active addiction.

YMCA of the Treasure Coast:
For an ADA compliant fitness track.

HUNGER
8 Grants totaling $229,859

FLIPANY:
For a vehicle to increase the distribution of healthy food and meals to food pantries and individuals with transportation barriers

Christians Reaching Out to Society:
For a forklift and cold storage at the Indiantown Food Pantry, to increase the agency's capacity to serve the hungry.

Delray Beach Children's Garden:
To expand the community garden with the construction of a youth-led vegetable and fruit farm to benefit children from low-income families.

Farmworker Coordinating Council of Palm Beach County:
For a van to transport clients and to distribute food, donations, and household items in Belle Glade.

Lake Worth West Resident Planning Group:
For an improved storage area to maintain and distribute food and basic needs supplies to disadvantaged children and families.

Riviera Beach Community Outreach:
For a cargo van to transport food and supplies to those in need as well as to transport youth to community events.

The Pearl Mae Foundation:
For updated, higher-caliber food storage and delivery items in order to provide more fresh, healthy groceries to low-income seniors in Jupiter.

Youth Recreation Association:
For hunger relief efforts in Riviera Beach.

HOUSING
18 Grants totaling $1,249,035

Adopt-A-Family of the Palm Beaches:
For a new school bus to serve the students of Project Grow, the out-of-school program for homeless, at-risk children.

Aid to Victims of Domestic Abuse:
For updates at the emergency shelter to maintain a welcoming, trauma-informed space for survivors and their children fleeing an abusive partner.

Children's Home Society of Florida:
For renovations at Safe Harbor, a voluntary residential facility for youth that have runaway, are homeless, or experiencing turmoil with the family relationship at home.

City House-Delray Beach:
For impact windows and doors at the main campus which provides a long-term transformational housing program to homeless single mothers and their children.

Family Promise North Central Palm Beach County:
For a van to provide transportation for homeless families working to achieve self-sufficiency.

Habitat for Humanity Greater Palm Beach County: 
For rehabilitation of Riviera Beach’s Federal Gardens and Brooks Center neighborhoods to improve safety and security, protect home values, improve curb appeal and provide owners with increased self-esteem.

Habitat for Humanity Greater Palm Beach County:
To restore and revitalize the existing housing stock: structural alterations and reconstruction; elimination of health and safety hazards; replacing plumbing; adding or replacing roofing, and gutters; adding or replacing floors; enhancing accessibility.

Holy Ground Shelter for the Homeless:
For updates at the Waltz Family Campus, which provides shelter and mentoring to young, homeless, pregnant or parenting mothers, and their children.

HomeSafe:
For new flooring at the main campus which houses the domestic violence prevention and intervention programs and the early childhood development program.

In The Pines:
For new roofs at the Pines South campus, which provides housing and services to working poor families.

Neighborhood Renaissance:
To increase the permanent supply of affordable homes for very-low, low- and moderate-income individuals and families.

Neighborhood Renaissance:
For a forty-three unit affordable rental housing development dedicated to individuals and families with earnings up to 70% of the area's median income.

Sunset House:
For exterior improvements at the residential treatment program, which is dedicated to helping men recover from chemical and/or alcohol dependency by providing the structure and support to achieve sobriety and independent living.

Sweet Dream Makers:
To provide beds for Palm Beach County children and families in need who have been sleeping on the floor, sharing beds, or sleeping in otherwise unsafe, unsanitary conditions.

The Lord's Place:
For updates to supportive and graduate housing facilities which shelter more than 120 families and individuals each day.

The Salvation Army:
For renovations at the Center for Hope apartments which serve as emergency/transitional housing for families and human trafficking survivors.

Village of Hope of Palm Beach County: 
For renovations to the housing duplexes, which provide independent living residential support and essential life-skills development for emancipated foster youth and other homeless youth in need.

Vita Nova:
For updated computers and protective cases.

EDUCATION
24 Grants totaling $1,286,042

Achievement Centers for Children and Families:
For kitchen renovations at the child care center, which produces 200,000 nutritious snacks and meals for students each year.

Arc of Palm Beach County:
To enhance security and improve facilities at the north campus Achievement Center, which serves adults with disabilities.

Boys & Girls Club of Palm Beach County: 
For critical facility upgrades at the Max M. Fisher Boys & Girls Club in Riviera Beach, ensuring the health and safety for members, families, staff and guests.

Camelot Community Care:
To expand the Teen Zone and Tot Lot to better serve foster children and families.

Connections Education Center of the Palm Beaches:
For equipment to provide a high-quality sensory integration program to students on the autism spectrum.

Els for Autism Foundation:
For the Full-Service Café with Employment Training Center that will serve as a vocational training lab, a place to train practicum students to become professionals, an employment site for individuals with autism and a full-service Café with varied seating options.

Emanuel Jackson Senior Project:
For the new facility where the agency will continue to promote success in teen’s lives, enabling them to serve as catalysts for positive change in their community, and encouraging them to dream big as they plan for their future.

Florida Fishing Academy:
For equipment for Charting a Course in the Marine Industries, a pre-apprentice program for students who receive extensive vocational fishing education, as well as post-secondary preparation and support designed to prepare students for the workforce or college.

Friends of MacArthur Beach State Park:
For the construction of a new playground.

Gulfstream Goodwill Industries:
For the Good Grub Food Truck, an expansion of the culinary kitchen, which will be used to support experiential learning opportunities for students and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Hispanic Human Resources Council:
For new roofs at New Pines Child Development Center, which provides quality education and childcare for low-income, deserving families.

KinDoo Family Center:
For technology to enhance educational programming in Indiantown through a partnership with House of Hope.

Literacy Coalition of Palm Beach County:
To update the computer labs for the Family Literacy, Village Readers and the Glades Family Education programs.

Milagro Center:
For a robotics lab for the economically-challenged, academically at-risk middle school and high school students attending afterschool programs.

Morningday Community Solutions: 
For a box truck to increase capacity to further serve the nonprofit community across northern Palm Beach County.

Pace Center for Girls Palm Beach:
For renovations at the counseling center which provides girls and young women an opportunity for a better future through education, counseling, training and advocacy.

Palm Beach School for Autism:
For outdoor improvements to provide opportunities for fitness and recreation to individuals with autism.

Rehabilitation Center for Children and Adults:
For a large adjustable display touch panel with touch display prepare preschoolers with special needs for Kindergarten.

Student ACES:
To construct a sports court at "The SAC" in Belle Glade, which provides safety, education, recreation, and decompressing opportunities that impact students' overall physical and mental well-being through daily after-school programs.

The Banner Lake Club:
To increase security measures at the Community and Teen Center.

The Education Foundation of Palm Beach County:
For a new facility that will house administrative offices, a warehouse, and a showroom for Red Apple Supplies providing capacity to serve all 180 schools in the district.

The Guatemalan-Maya Center:
For improvements and renovations at the new facility which assists, advocates, and provides services to Maya refugees and others as appropriate in the areas including education, health, immigration, cultural continuity, and family preservation and empowerment consistent with the Maya culture.

West Jupiter Community Group:
For the Touch, Tech, and Trade “T3” program, which exposes young students to professional opportunities and to service, tech and trade careers.

Women's Circle:
For matching support to enhance the classroom spaces and strengthen education programs for disadvantaged women in Palm Beach County.

HEALTH
21 Grants totaling $786,671

211 Palm Beach/Treasure Coast
For the planning and auxiliary services required for construction of a new facility that will enhance the agency's mission to provide crisis intervention and connect people to health, mental health, and wellness services.

American Association of Caregiving Youth
For educational materials including for the middle and high school curriculum.

Arc of the Glades Inc.
For a van to help meet the transportation needs of people with developmental disabilities, to further facilitate equal participation and inclusion in their community.

Boys Town South Florida
To equip staff with efficient technologies to better serve families and at-risk children through case management and behavioral health services.

Caridad Center
For a cargo van to help deliver medical and social services to clients.

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Palm Beach, Inc.
For security equipment to improve client and staff safety at service areas in Riviera Beach, West Palm Beach, Pahokee and Boynton Beach.

Center for Child Counseling, Inc.
For technology, educational tool kits and therapy supplies to support virtual, online, in-home or in-office work with for children, families, and caregivers impacted by adversity, violence, abuse, and other traumatic circumstances 

Center for Family Services of Palm Beach County
For facility updates to improve the environment for the Substance Use and Domestic Violence group services and training space.

Child Protection Team Palm Beach
For furniture and medical supplies for the safety and well-being of children suspected of being abused or neglected.

Compass LGBT Community Center
For updated furniture and technology in the youth drop-in center.

Comprehensive Alcoholism Rehabilitation Programs (CARP), Inc.
For the meditation garden at the men’s Residential Program for Recovery.

Fern House, Inc.
For expansion and renovations at the campus, which helps indigent male chronic alcoholics and drug addicts achieve sustained sobriety and return to the mainstream of society as productive, responsible citizens.

Gulfstream Goodwill Industries, Inc.
For equipment to fully implement the Microenterprise Training Program in the expanding field of e-commerce, for persons with significant barriers to employment and those who are experiencing homelessness.

Kids Cancer Foundation
For diagnosis and treatment educational materials and technology to support young patients and their families.

Mental Health America of Palm Beach County, Inc.
For a passenger van to transport clubhouse members to and from the supportive employment program center in Belle Glade.

New Horizons Service Dogs, Inc.
For renovations at the Advanced Training Facility, which provides quality trained service dogs to individuals with disabilities.

Palm Health Foundation
For a contribution to a funders collaborative to match the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation prize that honors and elevates communities at the forefront of advancing health, opportunity, and equity.

Pediatric Oncology Support Team, Inc. (POST)
For renovations and furnishings to make the new clinic a safer place of community for severely immunocompromised, predominantly low-income, under-insured local children with cancer and their families.

The Glades Initiative, Inc.
For a roof at the main building where the agency works to improve the coordination and effectiveness of the health and human service delivery system.

The Triangle Club, Inc.
For a roof at the main building, which provides a safe, positive, and sober environment for recovery and to extend support and encouragement to individuals and families affected by alcoholism and addiction.

Vinceremos Therapeutic Riding Center
For renovations of the covered arena infrastructure, which houses therapeutic equine programming for individuals with physical, cognitive and emotional disabilities.

HUNGER
7 Grants totaling $393,824

E-RoadMap Organization
For a refrigerated van to deliver fresh, non-GMO, organic foods harvested from community farms/gardens to those in need as part of a county-wide initiative to eradicate food deserts in underserved, marginalized communities.

Farmworker Coordinating Council of Palm Beach County
For a new vehicle to transport clients and to pick up and deliver food, donations and household items.

Meals on Wheels Palm Beach
For a new facility to help nourish and enrich the lives of homebound seniors by delivering fresh food daily with compassion and love.

Palm Beach County Food Bank
For a refrigerated truck to increase the amount of food delivered to frontline hunger relief agencies.

Palm Beach Harvest
To expand the food delivery program by supplying updated equipment and supplies to volunteer couriers.

The Light House Cafe Ministries of the Glades, Inc.
To remodel bathrooms for ADA compliance at the Cafe, which brings together diverse groups to provide food, counseling and helping hand to all.

Youth Recreation Association
To support the organization's hunger relief efforts, this award honors Mr. Dan Calloway's extraordinary commitment to Riviera Beach on the occasion of his retirement.

HOUSING
20 Grants totaling $1,140,513

Adopt-A-Family of the Palm Beaches, Inc.
To improve the quality of homeless housing stock at the Project SAFE supportive housing community.

Aid to Victims of Domestic Abuse, Inc.
For washers, dryers and air conditioners at the residential center.

Children's Home Society of Florida
For a passenger van for Safe Harbor, a temporary residential facility for youth who are in the midst of a crisis to find immediate safety, counseling and basic necessities.

Community Partners of South Florida
For an affordable rental housing development to advance economic mobility and create space for social and emotional stability for Riviera Beach residents.

Grandma's Place
For a program support vehicle to transport children to medical, mental health and dental appointments.

Habitat for Humanity of Martin County
For a new affordable housing neighborhood in Pettway Village.

Habitat for Humanity of Palm Beach County
For an affordable housing development in Belle Glade, South Bay and Pahokee.

Habitat for Humanity of South Palm Beach County
For the Neighborhood Revitalization program which includes Safe at Home projects, critical repairs such as new roofs and impact windows, and the Brush with Kindness program.

Holy Ground Shelter for Homeless
For kitchen renovations and washers and dryers at the north campus, which provides shelter and mentorship for homeless, pregnant, and parenting young mothers and their children.

HomeSafe
For a new roof for the administration building of the main campus which houses the staff for the SafetyNet domestic violence prevention and intervention program and the Healthy Beginnings early childhood development program.

In The Pines, Inc.
For new roofs at the Pines South campus, which provides housing and services to working poor families.

Lake Worth Towers
For essential elevator renovations at the Towers, a community which provides affordable housing for seniors.

Legal Aid Society of Palm Beach County, Inc.
For IT infrastructure enhancements to create a hybrid work environment as part of the agency’s post-pandemic return to work plan. 

Neighborhood Renaissance, Inc.
For the construction of affordable housing in West Palm Beach to support strong economies and diverse communities by providing homes within the financial reach of low-and moderate-income persons.

Place of Hope, Inc.
For a passenger van that will be used to transport foster children to school, doctors' appointments, activities, and places of employment.

Restoration Destination, Inc.
For a wheelchair accessible van at the main campus which provides supportive housing and services to men and women upon release from prison.

Society of St. Vincent DePaul, Palm Beach District Council
To provide emergency financial assistance to low-income individuals and families, to help minimize homelessness in our community by keeping families from being evicted, and to help qualified homeless families to secure homes they can afford.

St. Ann Place
For updated, commercial grade equipment to ensure continuity of hygienic laundry services to the homeless that have no other options for clean clothing.

Sweet Dream Makers
To provide beds for Palm Beach County children and families in need who have been sleeping on the floor, sharing beds, or sleeping in otherwise unsafe, unsanitary conditions.

The Lord's Place
For repairs and enhancements to three women’s housing facilities, which provide supportive and graduate housing to women experiencing homelessness.

EDUCATION
21 Grants totaling $893,865

Achievement Center for Children and Families
For playground renovations at the childcare center, which seeks to provide high quality, affordable services to families in need.

Boys & Girls Club of Palm Beach County
For critical facility upgrades to maximize safety for members, families, staff and guests.

Connections Education Center of the Palm Beaches, Inc.
For a bus that will provide transportation for students with autism, providing them with the opportunity to attend various activities for community-based instruction.

DePorres P.L.A.C.E.
For updated curriculum materials for adult learners and air filtration for the classrooms.

El Sol, Jupiter’s Neighborhood Resource Center
For updated technology to help the meet the agency's mission to improve the quality of life for the residents of Jupiter and surrounding communities by providing services primarily to day laborers, their children and families.

Esperanza Community Center
For technology and equipment to strengthen and expand the adult learner educational program.

Florida Outreach Center for the Blind
To install a new roof at the Training Center in Palm Springs.

Hope Rural School
To renovate the cafetorium floor.

Jack the Bike Man, Children's Charity
For roofing at the new location, which will provide a permanent home for the bike donation and job training programs.

Lighthouse for the Blind of the Palm Beaches
For a vehicle to safely transport blind or visually impaired students to recreational, educational and pre-vocational activities and to provide home-based vision services.

Literacy Coalition of Palm Beach County
For a bus for the Glades Family Education program.

Love Serving Autism
For devices to improve communication skills of adaptive tennis students, focusing on carryover of those skills to daily life.

Palm Beach County Police Athletic League
To install air conditioners in the gym at the Cabana Colony Youth Center, where students participate in sports and education-based crime prevention programs.

Palm Beach Habilitation Center, Inc.
For upgraded technology systems to enable proper system functioning and the migration and integration of all technology systems with The Arc of Palm Beach County, providing an essential foundation for a successful merger that maintains outstanding client outcomes.

South Florida Science Center and Aquarium
For a vehicle for the Education Department to adequately and safely provide outreach programs to 350,000 students each year in Title I schools in economically challenged communities in Palm Beach County.

Student ACES, Inc.
For a new passenger van to transport Glades area students to and from The Student ACES Center, school, sport related activities, job interviews, and to access college and career resources with the goal of increasing opportunities.

The Salvation Army
For renovations at the community center to better suit a state-of-the-art Learning Lab and learning/activity space.

Urban Youth Impact
For a vehicle for outreach programs to benefit residents of Azure Estates in Riviera Beach.

West Jupiter Community Group, Inc.
For health and safety equipment for outdoor play areas as well as medical equipment for first aid and emergency medical treatment of children and adults at the center.

Xcel Strategies
For a vehicle for the Mobile Training Unit, which provides educational access to young people interested in the construction industry.

Youth Empowered to Prosper
For renovations at the facility, which provides a space for youth development and empowerment.

EDUCATION - $1,049,780

Arc of the Glades Inc.
To replace the roof at the main facility, which provides a space to partner with people living with developmental disabilities for equal participation and inclusion in the communities of western Palm Beach County.

Boys & Girls Club of Martin County
For the Youth Aboard Mobile Club, a state-of-the-art mobile classroom designed to to extend learning and resources into local communities to serve not only those who are Club members, but all Martin County youth and families, leveling the playing field and creating equal opportunities for all.

Boys & Girls Club of Palm Beach County
To complete essential facility upgrades to maximize safety for members, families, staff and guests.

Connections Education Center of the Palm Beaches, Inc.
For technology to improve skills and decrease challenging behaviors for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Dunbar Center, Inc.
For impact windows to improve the safety and security for the childcare center.

Education Foundation of Martin County
For book vending machines for elementary students who will earn tokens that will be exchanged for a book of their choice to keep as their own.

Education Foundation of Palm Beach County, Inc.
To provide internet access for households with public schoolchildren in Riviera Beach, particularly as students are faced with required virtual learning due to COVID-19.

Education Foundation of Palm Beach County, Inc.
To expand Red Apple Supplies, a free teacher resource store to equip teachers with essential school supplies for their classrooms.

Florida Fishing Academy
For equipment for the job-training program at the Judge Rodger's Center in Riviera Beach.

Florida Outreach Center for the Blind, Inc.
For safety and fire detection equipment to assist clients with blindness in detecting the early signs of an emergency.

Gulfstream Goodwill Industries, Inc.
To renovate a kitchen and dining/social space primarily for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD), providing hands-on experiences in healthy food planning, shopping, prepping, cooking, and social skills development.

Hope Rural School
To upgrade safety and security systems at the school for children in Indiantown.

Literacy Coalition of Palm Beach County
For a new air conditioning system at the main facility which provides programming to improve the quality of life for children and adults by promoting and achieving literacy.

Northend RISE Inc.
For the RISE Community Resource & Education Center, which will provide residents with resources to improve their lives.

Palm Beach State College Foundation
To expand the Center of Excellence in Medical Simulation and upgrade equipment for state-of-the-art clinical training and real-world, workplace experience to provide a pipeline of highly qualified medical professionals to impact healthcare throughout Palm Beach County.

Resource Depot
For the REaching out with REuse Program which delivers both materials and creative educational content to schools and community sites in the urban, southern and western communities in Palm Beach County where there is the greatest financial need and lack of creative educational opportunities.

Seagull Services
For technology upgrades that will allow the agency to continue to assist individuals with disabilities to live in dignity and realize their full potential by providing education, training, employment, community integration and support services

South Florida Science Center and Aquarium
To provide essential, high-priority, high impact science education by offering virtual classrooms and interactive programs for underserved students who may have fallen behind academically because of the COVID-19 crisis and subsequent closure of schools.

The Banner Lake Club, Inc.
For construction of the Banner Lake Academy Wing which will include classrooms to accommodate K-3rd grade, a teacher planning room, storage and a clinic.

Youth Empowered to Prosper
For renovations at the main facility which provides a space to develop the next generation of productive and responsible leaders.

Youth Recreation Association
For hunger relief efforts in Riviera Beach, particularly in response to the COVID-19 crisis.

HEALTH - $1,050,372

211 Palm Beach/Treasure Coast
This request provided the support for 211 to obtain virtual meeting equipment, an intercom system, and battery backups, as well as to purchase and install security cameras to ensure the safety of staff when they are working on-site connecting people in crisis to mental health and wellness services.

Caridad Center, Inc.
For equipment to improve the safety of the Dental Clinic and provide technology upgrades to increase telehealth service access for Caridad staff, doctors and patients.

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Palm Beach, Inc.
To purchase new computers to serve clients in need ensuring protected privacy, HIPAA compliance and telehealth services.

Center for Child Counseling, Inc.
For technology and therapeutic supplies to support virtual and in-home work with children and their caregivers.

Center for Family Services of Palm Beach County
For capital improvements at the main facility, which provides a place to meet the mental health needs of the most vulnerable residents in Palm Beach County.

Child Protection Team Palm Beach
For an upgraded telecommunication system to ensure effective and efficient handling of all cases and services for children suspected of being abused or neglected.

Community Health Center of West Palm Beach
To purchase equipment to fully outfit the new Telehealth Clinic implemented for COVID-19, which will provide non-emergency medical and eye care to those who do not have access to health care services.

Community Partners of South Florida
For the Riviera Beach Health Initiative Resident Advisory Committee, an esteemed group of engaged citizens who provide support, feedback and direction for the Initiative.

El Sol, Jupiter's Neighborhood Resource Center
For the Sunshine Organic Community Garden, which provides an affordable source of fresh and organic vegetables and fruits, a communal outlet for exercise, and educational opportunities for low-income community members.

FAU Foundation, Inc.
For equipment to increase access and expand integrated primary and behavioral health services to children and families in the Northwest neighborhood of West Palm Beach.

Florida Community Health Centers, Inc.
For upgraded equipment to continue to provide high quality services to the Martin County residents who seek care at the Indiantown Center.

FoundCare, Inc.
For equipment and renovations at the new clinic in West Palm Beach to meet the growing needs of low-income, under-insured residents of Palm Beach County.

Grandma's Place, Inc.
To update furnishings in the main home, which provides emergency foster care to children who were removed from their families because of abuse or neglect.

Health Council of Southeast Florida
For the Community Health Worker Program, which provides Riviera Beach residents with health education and connection to needed health and social services.

Jeff Industries, Inc.
Replace agency (two) air conditioning units and upgrade electrical and fire infrastructure in the north building that serves adults with chronic mental illnesses.

Jump for joi, inc.
For technology to decrease depression, mitigate loneliness and provide connectivity for seniors who lack technology access and are socially isolated.

New Horizons Service Dogs, Inc.
To provide transportation and independence to adults and children with disabilities.

Place of Hope, Inc.
For vans that will be used to transport foster children, young mothers and their babies, and transitioning foster or otherwise homeless young adults.

Riviera Beach Integrated Care Inc.
For a passenger van to provide medical transportation to underserved or uninsured individuals that are identified with high risk and/or chronic medical conditions, where transportation is one of the barriers to their medical care.

The Triangle Club, Inc.
For critical roof replacement and structural upgrades to improve the safety of the building, which provides a safe, positive, and sober environment for recovery and to extend support, experience, and encouragement to individuals and families affected by alcoholism and addiction.

YMCA of the Palm Beaches
For a cargo van to help us manage offsite youth programs and events.

HOMELESSNESS - $651,841

Adopt-A-Family of the Palm Beaches, Inc.
For updated air-conditioning units to improve the quality of affordable housing stock for homeless families.

Aid to Victims of Domestic Abuse, Inc.
For renovations at the emergency shelter and transitional housing apartments for victims of domestic abuse.

Boynton Beach Faith Based Community Development Corporation
To equip homebound seniors with internet technology to address health concerns of senior isolationism.

Children's Home Society of Florida
For renovations at the Safe Harbor Shelter, which offers a safe home to youth that have either run away from home or are homeless.

Family Promise of South Palm Beach County, Inc.
To provide therapeutic items for mental health counseling sessions for children in the midst of homelessness.

Habitat for Humanity of Palm Beach County
For repairs and retrofits of owner-occupied homes belonging to low-income residents allowing individuals to "age in place."

Habitat for Humanity of South Palm Beach County
For the Neighborhood Impact Program, a neighborhood revitalization effort.

HomeSafe
For the construction project at a new residential campus for abused and neglected children in West Palm Beach.

Legal Aid Society of Palm Beach County, Inc.
To purchase laptop computers to participate in virtual court proceedings for disadvantaged children and present virtual legal education and outreach in the remote environment of COVID-19.

Neighborhood Renaissance, Inc.
To expand the Lincoln Road Model Block, a targeted neighborhood revitalization effort to construct new homes on vacant lots, rehab and preserve existing homes, complete street improvements and to engage residents through leadership training.

Pediatric Oncology Support Team, Inc. (POST)
To provide food and housing support to families with children fighting cancer, especially those affected by the COVID-19 crisis.

Society of St. Vincent DePaul, Palm Beach District Council
To provide emergency financial assistance to low-income individuals and families, particularly those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, and to help eliminate homelessness in our community by keeping families from being evicted from their homes.

Sunset House, Inc.
To renovate the sober living residences, which provides residents who have successfully completed our program a place to live while achieving their first year of sobriety and moving towards an independent lifestyle.

Sweet Dream Makers
To provide beds for children and families in need, who have been sleeping on the floor, sharing beds or sleeping in otherwise unsafe, unsanitary conditions.

The Lord's Place
To install new windows at the Family Campus, a residential complex in West Palm Beach, which provides supportive services and housing for homeless families.

The Salvation Army
For a playground for children in the Transitional Housing Program for Families and Veterans, to enhance their quality of life while at the shelter.

True Fast Outreach Ministries Inc.
For a passenger van to transport residents of its Step 3 Living Free (S3LF) shelter program, which houses and engages ex-offenders in a comprehensive re-entry program.

HUNGER - $543,780

Christians Reaching Out to Society, Inc.
To strengthen the technology infrastructure, improving the agency's ability to provide hunger relief efficiently.

Eat Better Live Better, Inc.
For a van in order to deliver healthy, nutritious food to needy families without transportation of their own and to pick up donated food.

Farmworker Coordinating Council of Palm Beach County, Inc.
For building improvements to better promote self-sufficiency and improve the quality of life of migrant/seasonal farmworkers and other people in need through education, advocacy, and access to services.

FLIPANY
For a refrigerated truck to increase distribution of produce boxes in Riviera Beach and the Glades region.

HACER Ministry, Corp.
For a box truck for the Food Pantry Program, which provides nutritious food to underserved families and individuals in West Palm Beach and surrounding communities.

Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Coalition of Palm Beach County
To purchase a mobile pantry unit that will travel to northern Palm Beach County locations to distribute diapers, formula and baby food for children from birth through age three.

Hospitality Helping Hands
For the Hot Daily Meal Program, which provide meals for Palm Beach County families in need, especially those impacted by COVID-19 unemployment.

House of Hope
To improve the client experience and volunteer service efficiencies at House of Hope pantries for the underserved and underprivileged residents of Hobe Sound and Indiantown; and to increase nutrition education opportunities for children at the Banner Lake Nutrition Garden in Hobe Sound.

Meals on Wheels of the Palm Beaches, Inc.
For a vehicle to help expand the meal delivery program to more homebound seniors in need.

Palm Beach County Food Bank
For a racking system at the new warehouse and distribution facility.

The Soup Kitchen, Inc.
For building expansion to further increase the provision of healthy and nutritious meals to those in need.

United Way of Palm Beach County
To provide dry and cold storage to frontline food pantries to increase their capacity to accept food from the local distribution system.