The holiday season is a very special time and the Town of Palm Beach United Way is proud to have once again partnered with the Palm Beach Daily News and Palm Beach Fire-Rescue to collect toys for local families struggling to make ends meet.
The drive, now in its 25th year, collected more than 800 toys and $8,325 in cash donations, along with several gift cards. The toys were divided this week between three local non-profit agencies: American Association of Caregiving Youth, Center for Child Counseling and YWCA of Palm Beach County.
The Town of Palm Beach United Way gives special thanks to IberiaBank, the Worth Avenue Association and the Town of Palm Beach for making significant toy contributions through employee and member toy drives.
Photos by Town of Palm Beach United Way and Palm Beach Daily News