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Palm Beach Philanthropy Tank is a competition open to Palm Beach County students in grades 7-12 to present a breakthrough community betterment project to a panel of philanthropist-investors. Watch January Reissman, Executive Director of PBPT and Jordan Borenstein, a year 2 winner, discuss the program on WPTV.

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While most students enjoyed the day off from school on Labor Day, Princesses Against Cancer spent their day cheering up children at a local Children’s Hospital. View Article

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WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (CBS12) — January Reissman, Executive Director from Palm Beach Philanthropy Tank talks about how the competition open to Palm Beach County students in grades 7-12 presents a breakthrough community betterment project to a panel of philanthropist-investors.

The idea is to get these young philanthropists-in-the-making focused on societal issues we face here in Palm Beach County

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Take the proliferation of charitable “shark tank” events. At the TANK in Denver, local nonprofits compete for funding from business leaders, lenders, and investors. The Palm Beach Philanthropy Tank in Florida offers young people mentoring and funding for community projects. In Dallas, the recent OneUp the Pitch event hosted by the United Way and five chapters of the Young Presidents’ Organization allowed founders of five social enterprises to introduce their ventures to a packed audience and panel of celebrity judges distributing $100,000.

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Ava Goldstone of Pine Crest School talks about winning the 2017 Palm Beach Philanthropy Tank.

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2016 winner Daniel Clein and Michele Jacobs from the Gardens Mall join WPTV’s Roxanne Stein to discuss Bricks Busting Boredom

2016 Philanthropy Tank winner Dan Clein created the Bricks Busting Boredom nonprofit to provide Legos for children in hospitals

 

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2017 Winner “Team Certified” from Greenacres created a pitch to promote their idea of teaching high school students CPR, first aid and basic medical treatment

Pine Crest Upper School student Ava Goldstone ‘18 has earned a Palm Beach Philanthropy Tank grant.

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“These kids are boundless,” says co-founder of the Philanthropy Tank contest