News Advisory: Birth to 22 Business Breakfast rescheduled for fall 2020
The third annual Birth to 22 Business Breakfast scheduled for April 17 is rescheduled for Friday, Sept. 18, 2020, at the Hilton Palm Beach Airport, according to co-chairs Lisa Williams-Taylor, CEO of Children’s Services Council of Palm Beach County, and Tammy K. Fields, Director of the Palm Beach County Youth Services Department.
The decision reflects the growing public health concerns about potential transmission of the coronavirus, COVID-19, at large community events, Dr. Williams-Taylor said.
“It’s critical right now that we do all we can to keep all our residents healthy and safe,” she said.
Registrations already purchased will be honored for the rescheduled date. Those unable to attend on September 18 may request a refund by contacting United Way of Palm Beach County at PledgeProcessing@UnitedWayPBC.org
About Birth to 22: United for Brighter Futures: Birth to 22 supports the healthy growth, development and education of our children and youth prenatally through young adulthood, so that they can graduate from high school and succeed in life. Birth to 22 is an alliance of Palm Beach County community partners that engages and aligns existing coalitions, networks, systems and youth-serving organizations, as well as connecting families, community members, and most importantly, with local young people directly. This cradle to career alliance has grown from five organizations in 2013 to over 300 in 2019.
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