The Palm Beach Post launched its annual holiday campaign, Season to Share, in 1995. Each year, on the Sunday after Thanksgiving, the paper and website tell the stories of more than a dozen struggling families who have been nominated by local charitable organizations. Readers are invited to contribute money, merchandise and services to help them. Thank you for sharing.
Family’s dream of buying home evaporates when daughter gets sick
Sister caring for disabled brother: “You have to be positive”
Boy battling cancer “wants to be like other kids”
Fire destroyed retired couple’s life
Boynton grandmother ‘opens new door’ for needy children
Refugee wants to help family live a better life
Aunt no longer able to care for sister’s child alone
Money tight since child’s premature birth
81-year-old “momma” needs help to support disabled family
Disabled grandmother raising late daughter’s four children
|ANA LEONOR PEDRAZA
Elderly Century Village couple living one step from catastrophe
Blind mother needs help for herself, 6-month-old son
Family needs home improvements for impaired son
Family seeks aid as 5-year-old son undergoes chemotherapy
Single mom’s wish: Get a trailer for her family of five
Photography: Madeline Gray, Thomas Cordy
The Palm Beach Post Season to Share Fund Inc. is a nonprofit charity set up to disburse holiday donations. Donations are tax deductible. Plus, donations of $50 to $500 (up to $100,000) will be matched.
Donations can also be mailed to: Season to Share, The Palm Beach Post, 2751 South Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach, FL 33405. Please make checks payable to Season to Share Inc. The Quantum Foundation will match individual gifts of $50 to $500 (up to $100,000) as undesignated money, donated to Season to Share agencies in Palm Beach County. A portion of undesignated donations may be given to agencies whose nominees were not selected to be featured in our stories. Checks must be made payable to Season to Share, Inc.
Once the wishes of the family have been filled, any excess funds and/or gifts will be given by the agency to other families in need. Please do not mail cash or merchandise. If you have merchandise to donate, please contact the agency directly.