Category: Winners

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

 

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

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (March 9, 2017) – More than 350 parents, students, local business leaders and supporters attended the second annual Palm Beach Philanthropy Tank event last night at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre.

See the impact the finalists from the 2016 competition are making on their communities!

2016 winner Sigi Macias joins Philanthropist-Investor Bill Meyer and Co-Founder Evan Deoul on WPTV NewsChannel 5

Boys and Girls Club teen hosts the Glades Teen Summit with grant awarded by the Palm Beach Philanthropy Tank.

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Daniel Clein, 17, founded Bricks Busting Boredom, an organization that collects hundreds of pounds of new and lightly used Lego toys and donates them to the Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital in Broward County.

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Student winners Sage Albert and Madeline Caruso join Palm Beach Philanthropy Tank Co-Chairs Evan C. Deoul and Michael L. Kohner on WPTV.