The Great Give - 2015
May 5th and 6th 2015 from 5 p.m. to 5 p.m., The Greater Boynton Beach Foundation is participating in the Great Give Palm Beach & Martin Counties, a 24-hour online giving event led by the Community Foundation for Palm Beach and Martin Counties, United Way of Palm Beach County and United Way of Martin County. Your donation will go a long way in helping us raise funds for the accessible playground at Congress Avenue Barrier-Free Park! Plus, gifts made that day will receive a portion of bonus funds - making your dollar go even further than it would on any other day.
Please support us on May 5-6, and please remember – 24 hours can change our community!
To donate follow this link: https://www.greatgiveflorida.org/#npo/the-greater-boynton-beach-foundation1
3rd Annual Barrier Free 5K Run/Walk!!!!
It was a chilly Valentine's Day morning, but that didn't stop our runners and walkers from showing some love to the Congress Avenue Barrier Free Park!
Thank you so much to everyone that participated in the Barrier-Free 5k this year!
A special thank you to the Realtor's Association of the Palm Beaches, the community of Hunter's Run, and the City of Boynton Beach for hosting this event along with the Greater Boynton Beach Foundation. The success of this race depends greatly on our sponsors - so thank you to Cornerstone Home Lending, Signature Real Estate Companies, Nestle Waters North America, the law offices of Scott Sweigart, Duffy's Total Care and Lawn Service, Jones Awning and Canvas, Inc, and Full House Management Company!
If you missed the race this year, check out this video to see what you missed and if you were there - maybe you'll catch yourself in the spotlight! Click Here for the video!
For a Greater Boynton Beach
The vision of the Greater Boynton Beach Foundation is to promote a sense of community, pride and common purpose in Greater Boynton Beach. We will:
Focus our efforts in strengthening recreation, education and culture in Greater Boynton Beach.
Serve as a vehicle to identify important community issues and unmet needs in Greater Boynton Beach, to share those ideas and to build the financial resources to make positive long-term change.
Serve as a responsive grant-maker to the needs identified in the community consistent with its mission.
Photo: Aerial view of Barrier Free Park.