Acommunity’s guardian angel
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