Town of Palm Beach United Way draws 137 volunteers to help with annual distribution process

The process to distribute millions of dollars to organizations that help those in need has begun at the Town of Palm Beach United Way. The organization will be tapping the expertise of 137 community volunteers to conduct its annual review process — a three-month effort that will end in early April.

The volunteers, a majority of whom live or work in Palm Beach, make up the Allocation Committee, led this year by co-chairs Suzanne Brenner, Carla Cove and Diane McNeal. The committee divides the volunteers into 15 teams, each focused on different social causes such as early childhood education, afterschool programming, middle and high school graduation, disabilities, mental health, housing, food, substance abuse, and domestic violence.

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