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Island Hospitality team members help local kids GEAR UP for the 2017/2018 School Year

It is time to kick off our Gear Up for 2017

As you know a majority of charity efforts focus around the holiday season, however there are other opportunities for us to make a difference.

For this reason, we are partnering with Urban Youth Impact, which is a local charity serving Tamarind Avenue corridor and surrounding areas in WPB, Riviera Beach and Boynton Beach.

They are dedicated to providing educational enrichment, resources, safe environments, personal mentorship and job-readiness programs to facilitate the growth and development of Palm Beach County’s underserved youth.

The areas  they served have all been identified as areas with the most at-risk children based on various indicators such as poverty levels, school readiness, graduation and teen birth rates.

We will have collection boxes in all 3 suites from now until July 28th. Attached is a list of needed school supplies  with the most needed items being backpacks, dictionaries and 3 ring binders.

In lieu of school supplies, we will also be collecting Old Navy gift cards for uniform purchases.

I encourage everyone to participate!!!  No matter the size of the contribution, you CAN make a difference by helping an inner-city child beam with pride as they get off the bus on their first day of school!!!

Thank you for your generosity!!!

 

Island Hospitality to Make a Meal for 30 Families at Quantum House

Quantum House is a supportive home that lessens the burden for families whose children are receiving treatment in Palm beach County for a serious medical condition.
The House is where “hope has a home” for more than 1,000 family members every year.
It is the ONLY hospital hospitality house serving children and their families between Ft Lauderdale and Orlando.

On Wednesday October 26th, we will go to the Quantum House (which is located on the grounds of St Mary’s Hospital) and prepared dinner for approximately 30 families whose children are being treating at the hospital.

Island Hospitality Back 2 School Supply Drive

We are partnering with Urban Youth Impact, which is a local charity serving Tamarind Avenue corridor and surrounding areas in WPB, Riviera Beach and Boynton Beach,  for a Back 2 School Supply Drive

The areas served have all been identified by Children’s Service Council as areas with the most at-risk children based on various indicators such as poverty levels, school readiness, graduation and teen birth rates.

Their mission is to love, equip and empower inner-city youth and their parents to reach their fullest potential

Island Hospitality Joins the Mercedes Corporate Run

Sixty Seven corporate associates joined the race to promote health and fitness in the workplace.

Island Hospitality Team Grows in 2016 to help find a cure for breast cancer.

Seventy five percent of the net proceeds from the South Florida chapter stays right here in our local community and the other 25 percent goes to fund national grants to finding a cure. Last year, Susan G. Komen South Florida provided over 7,600 screening services, diagnosed 34 breast cancers, and provided treatment to 79 women in Palm Beach, Martin and St Lucie counties. They also provided patient navigation and support to over 1,500 breast cancer patients in addition to attending over 50 local community health fairs, lectures and events.

Island Hospitality joins Channel 5 Bill Brooks in Food for Families

For thousands of people here in our South Florida community hunger is a daily reality, by supporting Food for Families we CAN help. With the donation of non-perishable food items, i.e. canned soups, vegetables, dry cereal, rice and pastas, we can make this holiday season plentiful and joyous for all.

The Campaign starts Tuesday; October 28th and runs through November 17th

Island Hospitality joins Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure to help find a cure breast cancer.

Seventy five percent of the net proceeds from the South Florida chapter stays right here in our local community and the other 25 percent goes to fund national grants to finding a cure. Last year, Susan G. Komen South Florida provided over 7,600 screening services, diagnosed 34 breast cancers, and provided treatment to 79 women in Palm Beach, Martin and St Lucie counties. They also provided patient navigation and support to over 1,500 breast cancer patients in addition to attending over 50 local community health fairs, lectures and events.

Join Island Hospitality in supporting the American Red Cross

Island Hospitality believes in supporting the communities where we live and serve. We invite you to join us in support of the American Red Cross. As people are affected by disasters like the devastating tornado in Oklahoma, donations to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund help to ensure that those who are most in need are helped quickly. Your gift will provide shelter, food, emotional support and other assistance to those individuals, families and communities who have been affected.

About United Way

United Way has been an innovative force in South Florida with a long and successful track record of responding to emerging needs and transforming people’s lives. Today our work is focused on education, financial stability and health – the building blocks for a good life. We invest in quality programs, advocate for better policies, engage people in the community and generate resources. It takes all of us working together to create more educated, prosperous and healthy communities, and you are essential to realizing that vision for our community. Join us and LIVE UNITED.

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