On Sept. 16, the Palm Healthcare Foundation, the leading public healthcare foundation in Palm Beach County, celebrated its move into the Center for Philanthropy.
Located at 700 South Dixie Highway, the Center for Philanthropy is an innovative, shared space where local nonprofit organizations can work together, making impactful and lasting change in their community. Palm Healthcare Foundation sees this location as an exciting opportunity to work collaboratively, with the shared goal of improving the quality of life of Palm Beach County residents.
“The Palm Healthcare Foundation is known for solving healthcare issues through community-wide collaboration,” said Andrea Bradley, president and CEO of Palm Healthcare Foundation. “We know that when we work hand-in-hand with key community leaders, everyone in the community benefits. Our move to the Center for Philanthropy is an extension of our philosophy of working together. There, we join a number of other foundations and nonprofits all under the same roof, which results in reduced costs and a greater opportunity for collaboration.”
Built in 2000, the Center for Philanthropy houses seven nonprofit organizations and provides space for visitors to gather, network and work together to address community needs and generate change through inspired giving and thoughtful funding.
Founded in 2001, the Palm Healthcare Foundation’s “Healthier Together” initiative strives to improve the quality of life in targeted neighborhoods. The foundation is committed to finding ways for inspired giving and thoughtful funding to generate lasting change. It has invested more than $50 million to support 130 organizations.
For more information about the Palm Healthcare Foundation, visit www.palmhealthcare.org or call (561) 833-6333.