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Julie Fisher Cummings, William Meyer, Christine Stiller and Avy Stein will partner with student Philanthropy Tank winners to operate their community betterment projects as ongoing enterprises making meaningful, sustained positive impact in Palm Beach County.

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2016 Palm Beach Philanthropy Tank winners’ projects are bettering our Palm Beach County community in tangible, meaningful ways. Last week, Wellington High School senior Daniel Clein made a lasting impression in Loxahatchee. The Philanthropy Tank alum donated 230 pounds of upcycled Legos and 50 boxes of new Legos to the Children’s Hospital at Palms West.

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Palm Beach Philanthropy Tank today announced a Free Application Prep Workshop for Palm Beach County students, 7th to 12th grade, interested in participating in the 2017 Palm Beach Philanthropy Tank competition. The informational workshop was rescheduled due to Hurricane Matthew and is now taking place Sunday, November 6th from 2:00 to 4:00 PM at Palm Beach Atlantic University in West Palm Beach.

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The 2016-2017 Palm Beach Philanthropy Tank is now underway and accepting applications.

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Re-live the highlights from Palm Beach Philanthropy Tank’s inaugural year and read about the impact the winners are having on the Palm Beach community in our most recent newsletter.

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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.

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We are excited to announce that the review process is complete, and nine creative initiatives have been selected to advance to the final round of Palm Beach Philanthropy Tank.

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MyPalmBeachPost article by Bill DiPaolo.

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Sun Sentinel article by Jan Engoren.