2,500 Thermometers Distributed to Families in Palm Beach County

February 2, 2021  
Katie Jacob, Director of Communications  
Prime Time Palm Beach County  
(561) 732-8066    

Boynton Beach, FL – Prime Time Palm Beach County, in partnership with the United Way of Palm Beach County, distributed 2,500 thermometers to afterschool programs to provide to families with school-aged children. This would not be possible without the American Association for Caregiving Youth for making the connection to the anonymous donor. Prime Time has pivoted to offer its services and supports in a virtual capacity to ensure the safety of out-of-school time practitioners, children and families.  

Prime Time Palm Beach County is a nonprofit organization that provides resources and supports for out-of-school time professionals to develop programs that inspire children to be their best and allow them to thrive socially and academically. Prime Time’s integrated model of services is one of the strongest, most comprehensive and well-respected systems for measuring and improving out-of-school time program quality in the nation. www.primetimepbc.org 

The Children’s Services Council of Palm Beach County provides significant funding for Prime Time’s overall operations. Children’s Services Council of Palm Beach County, a special district created by Palm Beach County voters, provides leadership, funding, and research on behalf of the county’s children so they grow up healthy, safe and strong. www.cscpbc.org 


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