Grant Programs

Grants support many of our programs to bring creative reuse to children across Palm Beach County.


Grant cycle: 2013-2018

Support generously provided by Prime Time Palm Beach County, which receives support from

Children's Services Council of Palm Beach County


Reimagine Your World, a six- week environmental stewardship offering for aftercare students,

gives opportunities to observe ecological impact, develop ways to reduce their footprint and build

their own mini reuse center at their site through engaging hands-on projects.   The pilot year served

1,088 students at more than 50 aftercare sites.




Grant cycle: 2015-2016

Support generously provided by Cultural Council of Palm Beach County and

April is for Authors, with partnerships with Oxbridge Academy, Timber Trace

Elementary School, and The Conservatory School in North Palm Beach.


Resource Depot presents Signal House, a site specific, interactive art

installation by Brooklyn-based artist Alex Branch.  Composed of all

repurposed materials collected at Resource Depot, this interactive structure

was created in an underutilized outdoor space at the rear of Resource Depot's

building. Beyond being an art piece in & of itself, Signal House is also designed

to become a vehicle to house performances, demonstrations & workshops

this spring. Visitors can interact with the various musical components that

have been created by Alex within the structure and surrounding yard

and are encouraged to contribute their own creations!












Grant cycle: 2014-2015
Support provided by: a local family foundation


Operation Reimagine delivers creative arts opportunities to

hospitalized children and their siblings at Quantum House and

Palm Beach Children’s Hospital through “REImagine Kits” and

teaching artist visits. The pilot year of the program, ending June 2015,

benefitted 480 children between the two centers.





Grant cycle: 2013-2014
Support provided by: The Cultural Council of Palm Beach County


STEAM curriculum integrates Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Mathematics.  Resource Depot’s Full STEAM Ahead Program provided opportunities for 1,370 children in Title I schools to expand their horizons with hands-on creative projects in these curriculum areas.

Operating Grants

Resource Depot is funded in part by grants from the following partners.


Solid Waste Authority of Palm Beach County
The Solid Waste Authority of Palm Beach County is the governmental agency responsible for providing an economical and environmentally conscious integrated solid waste management system for Palm Beach County, FL.  With approximately 400 employees, the SWA provides solid waste disposal and recycling services and programs to the County’s 1.4 million residents and businesses.  The SWA also provides solid waste and recycling collection services to the residents and businesses in unincorporated Palm Beach County through private haulers under exclusive franchise agreements.


Children’s Services Council of Palm Beach County
The Council’s mission is to enhance the lives of children and their families and enable them to attain their full potential by providing a unified context within which children’s needs can be identified and resolved by all members of the community. To achieve this, the Council plans, develops, funds, and evaluates programs and promotes public policies which benefit Palm Beach County’s children and families.


United Way
United Way works to create a world where all individuals and families achieve their human potential through education, income stability and healthy lives.

Community Partners

Resource Depot works with or is active within a variety of businesses and likeminded agencies around our community, forming mutually beneficial partnerships that enhance our mission as well as that of our partners.


Resource Depot is a proud member of these organizations.