More than 100 volunteers kicked off our grant review process Monday, January 22, with a meet and greet cocktail party at Renato's Palm Beach.
The allocations process is one of the most important responsibilities we have at the Town of Palm Beach United Way.
We are committed to ensuring donor dollars are effectively and efficiently invested into education, health and income-based programs in Palm Beach County that address the most critical health and human service needs in our community.
So each year, we ask dozens of community volunteers to serve as the eyes and ears of more than 2,500 donors by vetting these programs to make sure they achieve measurable results and meet the needs of the most vulnerable children, individuals and families in our community.
The Allocation Committee volunteers are a diverse group of community representatives with a broad range of expertise and skill. Their knowledge, passion and dedication to this process is invaluable to the Town of Palm Beach United Way and the community we serve.
Photos by Capehart Photography