Community Grants Program
The Palm Beach County Partnership for Aging (PFA) makes available a limited number of one-time grants to community organizations that enhance the lives of seniors in Palm Beach County.
2017 Community Grant recipients were:
Below you may view some pictures of our current year and past recipients!
1. Grants are limited to registered non-profit and governmental organizations serving Palm Beach County seniors ages 65 and older.
2. 100% of the grant funds must directly impact seniors. Examples include: temporary cash assistance or to assist with the purchase of services or supplies.
3. It is expected that grants will be used within one year of receipt. Grantees are asked to report their outcomes to PFA after one year has transpired.
4. No part of the award may be used to cover administrative costs – such as employees’ salaries -- or other expenses unrelated to direct services to seniors.
Click here to access the application form
Please complete the application by March 31st and return it to the PFA by emailing it to: PBCPFAgrantsmail@gmail.com
You may also turn it in at a monthly membership meeting. You may include any literature or other material you feel will aid in the selection process.
211 Elder Crisis Outreach Alpert Jewish & Family Services Alzheimer's Community Care
Canine Assisted Therapy Hands Together Brumback Primary Care Clinics Dental
Lighthouse for the Blind 211 Elder Crisis Outreach New Day Adult Care Center
Deaf and Hearing Resource Center Audiology With A Heart The Good Health Foundation
The Palm Beach County Partnership for Aging is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the life of older persons, their families, and their communities through advocacy, education and support. Our mission statement:
“To be the proactive voice of consensus to mobilize local leadership and community resources to ensure the optimum quality of life for our aging population.”
The PFA Community Grants program is an integral part of that mission. Thank you for your support!