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Your small West Palm Beach nonprofit might be eligible for a grant

Posted By Josh Hirsch, Friday, June 9, 2017

Applications open June 12 for small, grassroots nonprofits in Palm Beach County to receive their share of $750,000.

For the past six years, West-Palm Beach health funder, Quantum Foundation, has set aside a total of $4 million for this project.

This year will mark the 7th annual Quantum in the Community initiative, to help local nonprofits who are working towards a healthier Palm Beach County by meeting the basic needs of residents like food, clothing, shelter and transport.

“Having basic needs met is essential for people to be healthy, and we want to help those who need it the most,” Quantum President Eric M. Kelly said.

 

All applications are evaluated by a committee of: Quantum Foundation Program Officer Shannon Hawkins, chairwoman Donna Mulholland and board members Ethel Isaacs-Williams and Denis Coleman, Jr.

Applicants: must be registered as a 501(c)3; have been working in Palm Beach County for at least six months; have an annual operating budget no higher than $500,000; and must provide basic needs like food, clothing, shelter, utilities and transport to the county’s most vulnerable residents.

No one organization will receive more than $25,000 of the $750,000 total.

To learn more, visit the website www.quantumfnd.org/quantum-in-the-community

All applications must be submitted using the Foundation’s online system by Aug. 18. Funding announcements will be made the week of Oct. 16.

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