The South Florida Sunday Show
Flashlight, check. Extra water, check. Smartphone, check. If this sounds like the start of a hurricane preparedness kit, you’re right. And that last item – your smartphone – can do more than just help you make a call when you need to the most!
Donna DeSanctis, JDRF Board of Directors Member and Advocacy Chairperson & Juliet Baum, youth ambassador representing the JDRF West Palm Beach chapter discuss The JDRF Children’s Congress T1D advocacy program.
Representatives from the Community Foundation discuss opportunities for non-profit organizations to receive grants & students to receive scholarships from Community Foundation of the Palm Beaches & Treasure Coast.
We’re talking with prostate cancer survivor and advocate Rudy Morgan about the issues African American men face as prostate cancer survivors. He’ll also talk about the new anonymous National Prostate Cancer Registry where survivors can share their experience and thus help researchers better understand survivor’s needs.
In Palm Beach County, an estimated 1 in 7 adults functions at the lowest level of literacy and lacks the basic skills needed for today’s world. Nearly half of children in third grade are unable to read at grade level. Many of these adults and children who cannot read or write well desperately want to […]
Believe With Me is a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to Bringing Hope and Help to America’s Gold Star Families. A Gold Star Family is one that has lost a loved one in the service of our nation’s Military. Believe With Me serves all manner of military death— Killed In Action, Killed In Training, PTSD Suicide, […]
What is hospice care? How is it paid for? When does it begin & how long does it last? How do you find out if your loved one is eligible for Hospice care? Sandi Cramer from Trustbridge answers these questions and more.
Little Smiles is gearing up for their signature pub crawl scavenger hunt, Bamboozle. Teams of four will be given a list of challenges and obstacles to tackle on Clematis Street in Downtown West Palm Beach on Saturday, August 24th. To learn more about Bamboozle or Little Smiles, please visit www.littlesmilesfl.org
The board of trustees of Quantum Foundation, under the chairmanship of Ethel Isaacs Williams, recently approved nine new grants totaling more than $800,000 to Palm Beach County-based nonprofits. Quantum Foundation’s mission is to fund initiatives that improve the health of Palm Beach County residents. In 1998, Quantum Foundation marked its rookie year as one of […]
PALM BEACH COUNTY’S OLDEST AND LARGEST PRIVATE ANIMAL SHELTER, PEGGY ADAMS ANIMAL RESCUE LEAGUE, IS TURNING 94! CELEBRATE THEIR 94TH ANNIVERSARY AT THE MEGA MUTT & MEOW EVENT JUNE 21ST, 22ND & 23RD. FREE ADOPTIONS FOR DOGS OVER 40 LBS AND CATS OVER FIVE MONTHS OLD!
The City of West Palm Beach may be occasionally iCONE-ic when dotted with construction or traffic cones, but our City is always iconic especially along its award-winning Clematis Street corridor. Visitors to the West Palm Beach waterfront can expect to see the fun spin on the word “iconic” throughout downtown during this year’s Summer in […]
May is Stroke Awareness Month: Would you know the signs of someone or even yourself having a stroke? Would you know where to go if you did?
Tips on swimming, teaching people to be safer around water and bringing drowning awareness to the public. Rip current tips. Boating safety.