Focused on understanding the funding picture related to children and youth in PBC, understanding each partners’ funding as they relate to the Youth Master Plan in order to make more informed decisions within their institutional portfolios. Potentially, identify areas for coordinated funding.
Name: Randy Palo
Name: Abby Goodwin
For many years, local funders in Palm Beach County – both philanthropic and government - have worked together to help the nonprofit community respond to, and recover from, disasters. The current COVID-19 pandemic is no exception. In March, the funders in Palm Beach County joined together to establish a coordinated Coronavirus (COVID-19) Relief and Recovery application process. This funding process provides assistance to nonprofit organizations in Palm Beach County whose staff, services and clients have been impacted by this disaster.
Funding priorities include:
- Emergency food, shelter and other basic needs
- Expansion of service capacity related to increased demand for direct services
- Access to health care services for uninsured and underinsured clients
- Technology and other resources to allow organizations to continue to provide services
The Palm Beach County Funders Group will continue to support the nonprofit community in helping county residents through this pandemic, and are prepared to help in times of any disaster.
The Palm Beach County Funders Group Include:
|Admirals Cove Foundation
|Lost Tree Foundation
|Allegany Franciscan Ministries
|Mary and Robert Pew Public Education Fund
|Bank of America
|Palm Health Foundation
|Children’s Services Council of Palm Beach County
|Community Foundation for Palm Beach and Martin Counties
|United Way of Palm Beach County
|Florida Blue Foundation
|Ventus Charitable Foundation
|Fredrick A. Deluca Foundation