Past Grant Recipients
Here is the full list of 30 nonprofits that have received our $100,000 grants over the past 9 years.
We showcase their projects to highlight the Impact100 has achieved in our local community as well as which initiatives have resonated with our members.
Provided Mental Health prevention/intervention services. Provided community engagement activities, issue-specific topical support, and educational groups, individual and family counseling services.
Increased local orchid population by studying and planting 12,000 native orchids throughout South Palm Beach County. Taught about the ecosystem services and ecosystem restoration to secondary school students.
Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Education program that will expand KidSafe’s three-part education program over two years beginning August 2017 in partnership with Southern Palm Beach County schools with the goal of protecting children from child sexual abuse.
Provided education and clinical experiences for future nurses.
Promote a family-centered model of care that revolutionizes the manner in which families living with Alzheimer’s disease experience care.
10,000 youth caregivers in Palm Beach County who are at risk for underachieving or dropping out of school.
Provided wrap-around services at school, in-home and outside activities for youth-caregivers.
5,000-8,000 meals served during the first year to seniors who are homebound due to medical or health-related mobility issues, transportation limitations and general inability to manage shopping and cooking on their own.
19 different adult education classes were available. 10 parents obtained full-time positions. They created and reviewed resumes for 41 parents and logged 2,489 volunteer hours from October - February.
Equine-Assisted Therapies of South Florida is a nonprofit organization that provides therapeutic horseback riding and equine assisted therapies for children and adults with physical, mental and emotional difficulties.
Mentored over 200 at-risk girls in southern Palm Beach County,
had a 93% high school graduation rate (average grad rate in PBC is %),
expanded Mentor Program into all 10 southern PBC public high schools,
served 93% more at-risk girls than the prior year, and
attracted 50% more new mentors for the program.
The Parent-Child Center Trauma Team, as a component of Community Partners, was created using Impact 100 Palm Beach County’s first $100,000 grant. Its purpose is to protect and treat abused, abandoned and neglected children removed from their homes in our community, with the ultimate goal of reunification with their families.