Boca Helping Hands distributed turkeys and Thanksgiving food boxes to South County clients at its five drive-through locations, in east Boca Raton, west Boca Raton, Delray Beach, Boynton Beach and Lake Worth. In all, the organization provided meals
The community-based nonprofit that provides food and financial and medical assistance to people in need welcomed more than 60 guests to the Heart & Spirit Society Open House. The Heart & Spirit Society is a group of Boca Helping Hands ambassadors ded
The groundbreaking ceremony for the new station at 651 Linton Blvd. included (l-r) John Scherer of contractor Gulf Building, Delray Beach Public Works Director Missie Barletto, Commissioner Adam Frankel, City Manager Terrence Moore, Commissioner Rob
The Arc of Palm Beach County is offering a creative collection of handmade holiday greeting cards crafted by its talented clients.
Proceeds from sales of
During September’s Hunger Action Month, Boca Helping Hands in collaboration with Florida Atlantic University and Cereal4All organized the Tackle Hunger cereal drive.
In its third year, the driv
Boca Helping Hands’ annual event welcomed 150 adults and children to an afternoon of bowling, food and prize giveaways. Several charities — all serving local youths — benefited from the fundraiser, and enough money was generated to provide 31,000-plu
Three P’s we all seek — purpose, pleasure and peace — are the topic of a workshop offered by Unity of Delray B
Donations of $1 million each from three couples — (l-r) Hilary and Matthew Rosenthal, Debra and Michael Coslov, and Toni and Martin Sosnoff — have helped the Boca Raton Regional Hospital Foundation meet its fundraising goal for the hospital’s expansi
Church of the Palms is repairing the stunning stained-glass art in its sanctuary and narthex that has decorated the church since t
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Living Room Theaters, which was located in Florida Atlanti
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Were it not for the quick thinking of two Boston cops, Mike Soroker
Boca Helping Hands, in collaboration with Florida Atlantic University and Cereal4All, commemorated September’s Hunger Action Month by having a Tackle Hunger Cereal Drive during an O
Simone Spiegel sits at her desk at Samco Properties, a commercial real estate company of which she is vice president and co-founder. She also is board president and chair for the Fuller Center, a Boca Raton nonprofit. Tim Stepien/The Coastal Star
Following a two-year hiatus because of COVID, Boca Helping Hands had its annual fundraiser — an afternoon of fun and bowling. Proceeds support the nonprofit’s weekend meal program and the 12 children’s charities invited to participate. The event attr
September marks Hunger Action Month, and Boca Helping Hands is offering the community ways to contribute to the fight against food insecurity.
The public can get involved by donating nonperishable items, volunteering and contributing money.
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Greg Hazle, a chemical engineer and longtime c
Supporters of Boca Helping Hands passed go at the 16th annual Monopoly-themed fundraiser, which attracted more than 150 guests. Boca Helping Hands President Gary Peters served as the tournament mediator. ‘This event is so much fun and unique,’ Peters
South Tech Academy senior Katherine Ledsome (center) designed the winning poster and stands with (l-r) Ryan Wertepny, Diamond Howard, Trinetta Ledsome and Kathryn Grace, director of prevention for the Hanley Foundation. Photo provided
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Working with children is a passion for
Steve King, director of development at Boca Helping Hands since September, started out with the organization by distributing bags of groceries to people in need. Tim Stepien/The Coastal Star
By Jan Engoren
After retiring from his first career at Ban