Philanthropy Tank’s New Partnership with Palm Beach County School Board



Philanthropy Tank (PT), a distinguished non-profit organization dedicated to nurturing young CHANGEmakers, is excited to announce its groundbreaking partnership with the School District of Palm Beach County. The collaboration, officially approved by the School Board on November 15th, signifies a significant step forward in creating opportunities for students to address vital community issues.

PT’s Chief Executive Officer, Amy Brand, expressed enthusiasm about the collaboration, stating, “Our collaboration with The School Board of Palm Beach County marks a significant milestone for Philanthropy Tank. This partnership is a testament to our commitment to reaching more students and empowering the next generation of CHANGEmakers.”

Philanthropy Tank has been at the forefront of empowering and inspiring the next generation of leaders by encouraging students to implement sustainable service-driven solutions to community problems. The organization achieves this by engaging philanthropist investors who fund student initiatives investing in community projects. Through one-to-one mentoring, these investors support and guide students, fueling their desire to execute initiatives and make meaningful changes.

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Superintendent Mike Burke highlighted the potential impact of the partnership, stating, “Our partnership with Philanthropy Tank will empower our students to make a positive difference in the world. Together, we are building a pathway for success, where our students can thrive academically while making a meaningful impact on society.”

Beginning in January 2024, this collaboration aims to bring Philanthropy Tank’s proven programmatic model to a broader audience, engaging students from 8th to 11th grade in identifying, developing, and implementing sustainable solutions to challenges within their communities.

Philanthropy Tank’s mission, entering its 8th year, is to empower and inspire the next generation of CHANGEmakers. Through PT programs, students identify community issues and develop and execute initiatives that bring about positive change. Philanthropic investors play a crucial role by providing funding and one-to-one mentoring, amplifying students’ capacity to create meaningful change.

Since its inception in 2015, Philanthropy Tank has successfully engaged over 1,000 students who have launched and implemented service-driven programs addressing community needs, impacting over 300,000 lives. The areas of impact include gender and human rights, education and youth, arts and culture, environmental activism, food insecurity, community development, and racial equality.

Founded in 2015, the nonprofit Philanthropy Tank challenges, empowers, and equips student “CHANGEmakers” to develop and execute sustainable initiatives and solutions to solve problems in their communities. Philanthropist Investors fund student initiatives, investing in their own community projects.

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