Local Crown Castle employees contributed to a Beautification Project at Marjorie S. Fisher Boys & Girls Club in West Palm Beach on Monday, November 14. The volunteers, along with Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County staff rolled up their sleeves to clean up the landscape surrounding the Club. The volunteers pulled weeds and spread mulch and rocks to create a beautiful walkway to the Club’s brand-new Cal Ripken Field.
“We are honored to be a part of the Connected by Good project with Crown Castle and Marjorie S. Fisher Boys & Girls Club,” said Sania Elliot, Crown Castle Champion. “We loved hearing about all the amazing programs that Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County have for their members. The Club sports facilities, including the new Cal Ripken turf field and gym are wonderful.”
Crown Castle’s Connected by Good project is an initiative to collaborate with community partners to improve spaces where people connect, promote public safety, and advance access to education and technology. Marjorie S. Fisher Boys & Girls Club was selected to receive $15,000 for three volunteer engagement activities. The Beautification Project kicked off the first activity and will be followed by a STEM day at the Club hosted by Crown Castle. The third activity calls for volunteers making the holidays brighter by purchasing gifts for Club members from the Amazon gift list from GL Homes and Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County.
“In a world filled with so much strife and uncertainty, the virtue of volunteering continues to exemplify a steadfast and certain light within the heart of humanity,” stated Jillian Taylor, Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County Volunteer Coordinator. “It was a pleasure to support the volunteers from Crown Castle as they generously donated their time and efforts to beautifying the Marjorie S. Fisher Boys & Girls Club.”
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