By Amy Woods
The Martin F. Greenberg Family Foundation contributed $1 million to a health care cause that will result in the naming of the post-anesthesia care unit.
On the second floor of Boca Raton Regional Hospital’s Center for Surgical Services, the state-of-the-art Martin F. Greenberg and Family PACU will have 26 bays, isolation rooms and two nurses stations.
“When I decide to support an organization, it’s really because it tickles my fancy,” Greenberg said of the hospital and its foundation. “Its mission and goals need to be sound and impactful. And, just as importantly, its people need to be worthy. The hospital and the foundation ... they are made up of special people.”
The donation, announced in March, brought to $224 million the total raised for “Keeping the Promise — the Campaign for Boca Raton Regional Hospital.”
The goal is $250 million for the largest fundraising initiative in the hospital’s history. The money is supporting its most ambitious period of expansion.
“This leadership gift to Boca Regional is especially meaningful to me and Tali because it benefits our friends and neighbors,” Greenberg said, referring to his wife. “Boca Raton Regional Hospital has a great impact on our community, and we want to do everything we can to support it.”
For more information, call 561-955-4142 or visit https://donate.brrh.com.
Boynton Woman’s Club awards scholarships
The Boynton Woman’s Club, which has been awarding scholarships to local high schoolers for nearly 50 years, continued the tradition by giving out five more to students who plan to attend Florida colleges in the fall.
The recipients were honored at a luncheon at Quail Ridge Country Club.
“All applicants were so talented, and it was very difficult to make decisions,” club president Christy Hintz said. “Our winners stood out though because they were all so accomplished and articulate, and each one had made a special effort to help other people.”
The recipients are:
• Jake Palmer, Park Vista Community High School
• Daniela Rivera, Boynton Beach Community High School
• Ryan “RJ” Rudnet, Park Vista
• Ryan Sohn, Park Vista
• Christian Tomas, Park Vista
A separate scholarship intended for a woman who is returning to continue her education, was awarded to Nilza Madden.
“This has made such a difference in my life,” Madden said. “When I graduate, I will be able to contribute to the health of our communities and also fulfill a longtime goal of making a difference to the well-being of everyone in the whole community.”
For more information, call 561-369-2300 or visit www.boyntonwomansclub.com.
Impact 100 announces winners of $100,000 grants
Impact 100 Palm Beach County announced winners of its $100,000 grants for 2021-2022.
Recipients are: Young Singers of the Palm Beaches — South County Sings for Healing in the Arts, culture & historic preservation category; Friends of Foster Children — Kinship Care & Connections, in the family category; Marine Education Initiative — Sustainable Agriculture Education Initiative, in the environment & animal welfare category; Xcel Mentoring Network — Youth Training & Wellness Project that addresses career training and health, in the education category; the Soup Kitchen — Lift Up, in the health & wellness category.
Additional grant winners are Unicorn Children’s Foundation — Family Navigator Program; and Love Serving Autism — Serving with Heart in South Palm Beach County.
Impact 100 PBC is a group of philanthropic women who award grants to 501(c)(3) nonprofits to allow them to launch or expand high-impact initiatives or programs.
For more information, call 561-336-4623 or visit www.impact100pbc.org/contact-us
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