The Town of Palm Beach United Way currently works with 50 nonprofit organizations in Palm Beach County. We invest in organizations large and small, with programs that support our goals – helping children start school ready to learn and continue on to graduate high school, providing the tools that individuals and families need to achieve financial stability, and ensuring children and adults have access to quality health care. These strategic partners are chosen through a structured and competitive process to ensure that, together, we can achieve measurable results.
The Town of Palm Beach United Way has a long tradition of helping people through raising funds and mobilizing the community. This past year was one of great need in Palm Beach County, but it was also a year of tremendous generosity and people engaging to help their neighbors in need. Read more
According to the National Retail Federation, the average family needs to spend $635 per child to prepare them for school. With as many as 54% of Palm Beach County public school students eligible for free or reduced lunch, $635 is not something that many families can afford. That means these students will probably lack the supplies they need to go back to school prepared for success. Read more