Non-Profits

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Armory Art Center
Armory Art Center
811 Park Place
West Palm Beach, FL
33401
Art

The mission of the Armory Art Center is to inspire the creation and experience of art. The Armory’s vision is to be the leading visual arts education and exhibition center of the Palm Beaches.

 

561-832-1776
Save the Chimps
Save the Chimps, Inc.
PO Box 12220
Fort Pierce, FL
34979
Nonprofit

The Chimpanzee sanctuary committed to provide and build support for permanent sanctuary for the lifelong care of chimpanzees rescued from research laboratories, entertainment, and the pet trade.  Check out their annual Chimpathon 16K Run–there is no other race like it in the world!

 

772-429-0403
Tomorrow’s Rainbow Grief Support for Children
Tomorrow’s Rainbow, Inc.
4341 NW 39th Ave
Coconut Creek, FL
33073
Grief Support

Tomorrow’s Rainbow mission is to provide grieving children, teens and their families an emotionally safe environment for hope and healing through guidance, education and support.  They are committed to guiding children back to joy.

954-978-2390
Young Singers of The Palm Beaches
Young Singers Of The Palm Beaches
701 Okeechobee Blvd, West Palm Beach, FL 33401
33401
Volunteer Opportunities

Young Singers of the Palm Beaches believes that music education of children is an important resource in the development of productive participants in our society. Through it we can transform and enrich the lives of children and our community

561-659-2332
Foster

The mission of Friends of Foster Children is to transform the lives of children in foster care.

Max Planck Florida Neuroscience Institute
Max Planck Foundation
1 Max Planck Way Jupiter, FL
33458
Neuroscience

“Insight must precede application.” — Max Planck
The Max Planck Society for the Advancement of Science is a 60-year-old independent, non-profit scientific research organization with its headquarters in Munich, Germany.

561-972-9024
Access The Sea – boating for those with special challenges
33403

Enjoy the beautiful waterways of south Florida with Access The Sea.  They offer boating and fishing experiences for those with disabilities and challenges.  Access The Sea – 501c3 non-profit founded by Maryanne Hedrick.

561-543-5541
ALwayS for ALS

Kerri & Pam founded their non-profit to offer local support to families coping with ALS.  Every 90 minutes someone is diagnosed with ALS and every 90 minutes a life is taken by ALS. There has yet to be a cure for ALS aka Lou Gehrig Disease. Lou Gehrig was diagnosed in 1939. The life span of an ALS patient is on average 3-5 years.

ALwayS for ALS includes a program called Pass It On, where patients and families are connected to other patients and families to pass on equipment and resources in the fight against this disease.

561-358-1237