2014 is the 5th ANNUAL TOY DRIVE that has provided 1000’s of Toys for less fortunate kids in our community. We’ve been honored to work with some exceptional organizations in our community over the past years including WPTV, WPEC, Palm Beach Broadcasting, Achievement Centers for Children and Families, City Place, The Palm Beach Zoo, and Palm Beach Science Center and Aquarium. Our sponsors, IberiaBank and Arnstein & Lehr, have brought so much joy to our community with the generosity and time.
This holiday season, Kids Rule! in the Arts is collecting toys for the Achievement Center for Children & Families. For 40 years the Achievement Centers for Children & Families have supported the low-income community. What started out as a childcare center in 1969 with only 20 children has now evolved into a social services agency serving over 700 children and 150 adults. Programs and services help families make life altering changes. The Achievement Center provides affordable childcare, after-school programs, adult education and resources to help families seek the assistance they need. Their vision is to break the cycle of poverty and help families realize economic self-sufficiency while preparing their children for academic success.
The members of Kids Rule! in the Arts, along with Santa, will present toys collected, and holiday cheer, to Achievement Center kids during an exciting Heartfelt Holiday Event at at Achievement Center Foundation in Delray Beach. The event will feature entertainment by the pre-schoolers and the gifts collected will be handed out to deserving children. Toy collection is thanks, in part, to the generosity of IBERIABANK and Arnstein & Lehr.
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