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  • Education


    We support projects and programs of educational non-profit foundations, public and charter schools, and other organizations providing enhanced educational programming. Recent grants have benefited a number of Palm Beach educational organizations. Read More

  • Health & Human Services


    We support projects or programs of non-profit organizations providing a variety of support and assistance related to health & human services activities. Recent grants focused on Feeding the Hungry, Sheltering the Homeless, Helping Children & Adults with Disabilities, Children at Risk, and Counseling Children & Families. Read More

  • Civic


    We support projects or programs provided to residents by their local government. These programs are not supported generally through tax revenues. Recent grants in this area include: City of Palm Beach Gardens and the Palm Beach Gardens Police & Fire Rescue Departments. Read More

  • Environment


    We support projects or programs of nonprofit organizations providing benefits to protect our environment. Recent grants in this area include Busch Wildlife Sanctuary and McCarthy’s Wildlife Sanctuary. Read More

Our History

The BallenIsles Charities Foundation was established in 2011 with the goal of Making a Difference to local not-for-profit organizations in areas surrounding our residential community located in Palm Beach Gardens, FL. Read More.

Grants in Action

The Carson Scholars Fund has already built 180 Reading Rooms in 23 states and Washington, D.C. These rooms create a literacy enriched environment for children to develop reading skills and promote leisure reading. The BallenIsles Charities Foundation has awarded two grants to fund the building of reading rooms in local West Palm Beach Schools. Read More.

Foundation Events

Foundation Events - Thank YouThank you to all our donors, sponsors, supporters, volunteers and friends who have contributed in so many ways to our Foundation. Over 8 short years, with your help and support, we have awarded $3,085,000 to 72 different local organizations, including the Multi-Year Impact Grant to Feed the Hungry for a refrigerated truck.

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