Acommunity’s guardian an­gel

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Tworld of dif­fer­ence.” said Lau­rie DeWitt, char­i­ties man­ager for Sun Sen­tinel. Do­na­tions to the Sun Sen­tinel Chil­dren’s Fund are matched at $.50 on the dol­lar by the McCormick Foun­da­tion, in­creas­ing the $50,000 award from the Quan­tum Foun­da­tion to a to­tal of $75,000. Also, ad­min­is­tra­tive costs for the Chil­dren’s Fund are cov­ered by the McCormick Foun­da­tion and the Sun Sen­tinel en­sur­ing that 100 per­cent of the grant, plus the match will be re­turned to Palm Beach County pro­grams that sup­port Quan­tum Foun­da­tion’s mis­sion which is to ad­vance the health, ed­u­ca­tion and com­mu­nity bet­ter­ment for the res­i­dents of Palm Beach County.

Even the Foun­da­tion’s build­ing it­self is re­flec­tive of their com­mit­ment to mak­ing a pos­i­tive im­pact on the com­mu­nity it sup­ports. It is a beau­ti­fully de­signed ar­chi­tec­tural green build­ing all the way down to the en­vi­ron­men­tal friendly fur­ni­ture and fabrics. The Quan­tum Foun­da­tion’s com­mit­ment is far-reach­ing and its im­pact will be felt for years to come.

Seated: Dr. Maria Vallejo, left, Board Chair­man, An­thony McNi­cholas, III and Stephen Levin Stand­ing: Stand­ing Kerry Diaz, left, Richard Suss­man, Stephen Moore, Jim Kintz, William Meyer, Jean­nette Cor­bett, Donna Mul­hol­land and De­nis Cole­man

Quan­tum Trustees Kerry Diaz, left, William Meyer and Richard Suss­man

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