|News and Pictures
|Photo taken at the announcement ceremony for the Paul
Palank Memorial Foundation.
From the left: Anne Richards Rothe, Chris Searcy, Angelica R.
Palank, Lisa Collins Stamp, and Earl Denney
|Reception to welcome the Duchess of York as the new
spokesperson for SOS Children's Villages, held on March 8th, 2004.
Left to right
Angelica R. Palank, Lisa Collins Stamp
Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York
Deborah Block, Director, Women and Children's Services
Anne Richards Rothe
|with SOS Children's Village Personnel
at a recent awarding of grant funds
for South Florida children.
Sue Glasscock of Children's Harbor
presents an award to
Lisa Collins Stamp of the
Paul Palank Memorial Foundation
Choice Award 2005
|From left to right - Bill Mohoney, Campaign Chair
Sue Glassock, President/CEO, Lisa Stamp, Paul Palank Memorial
Foundation, Judi Long, Director of Development,
and Marty Alexander, Chairperson.
|Anne Rothe of the Paul Palank Memorial
& Heart plaque which hangs at the South
Satellite office. This symbol of Kristi House
gratitude was presented to the Palank
Foundation which has awarded funding to
Kristi House for several years and
supported therapy expansion this past year.
|Barry Stamp, (far right) participated on behalf of
Sheridan House's “Helping Families Stay On Target”
Sporting Clay Tournament in March, 2012
|Swedish Princess Madeleine and Lisa Stamp
Paul Palank Memorial Foundation Awards $100,000 to
Voices for Children of Broward County for Endowment Fund
Pictured Above: Amy Goldin, Voices Board Chair, and Lisa Collins Stamp, Palank
Voices for Children of Broward County is thrilled to announce the creation of The
Voices for Children of Broward County Endowment Fund, made possible by a
$100,000 gift from the Paul Palank Memorial Foundation. According to Voices for
Children's Board Chair, Amy Goldin, "The donation allows us to establish this Fund to
ensure Voices will be able to continue to serve the needs of abused, neglected and
neglected children served by the Guardian Ad Litem program into the future. We are so
grateful for this tremendous gift."
The Paul Palank Memorial Foundation called upon others in the community to
contribute to the Endowment Fund. "The Palank Foundation is impressed with the
role that Voices has stepped in to fill, becoming the only ongoing funding source for the
very important Guardian Ad Litem program for Broward's dependent children," said
Angelica Palank, Founding Director of the Palank Foundation. "The Endowment Fund
will become one of many funding sources for the organization, which will continue to
rely on individual and corporate gifts. We are hoping that more foundations, businesses
and individuals will contribute to this perpetual funding source to help with this
problem which, while it may never go away, this organization helps to improve. This
type of gift truly 'keeps giving' to our community's children and thereby our shared
|Pictures by the children from the SOS Village
|Henderson Behavioral Health CEO, Dr. Steven Ronik,
receives check from
Palank Foundation Director, Lisa Stamp
|The Association of Fundraising Professionals’ (AFP) annual
awards program recognizes outstanding achievement by
individual, foundation and corporate philanthropists,
fundraising volunteers and fundraising professionals.
In philanthropy, such individuals and organizations form a vital
partnership with charities and the nonprofit sector to ensure
that the needs of all citizens are met. It is right and proper,
therefore, that AFP honors those who hold high ethical
standards and best exemplify commitment and dedication
toward helping society.
Here, Angelica Palank-Sharlet (center) receives the award at
the 29th National Philanthropy Day, held in South Florida.
Angelica is flanked to her right by Anne Richards-Rothe and to
her left by Lisa Collins-Stamp, both integral assets to the Paul
Palank Memorial Foundation,
|Anne Richrds-Rothe, Angelica Palank-Sharlet, and
Lisa Collins-Stamp at the 29th Annual National Philanthropy Day,
where Angelica was honored as philanthropist of the year.