K12 Print Donates Brand New Van to Help with Transportation Challenges

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Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County is thrilled to announce that on June 11th, K12 Print donated an incredible, customized $77,000 van, delivered personally by James Wahlberg, co-owner of K12 Print and brother of actor Mark Wahlberg. This surprise gift was unveiled to 200 excited Club members Max M. Fisher Boys & Girls Club, marking a significant milestone for the organization. For years, Club kids, especially teens, have faced transportation challenges, limiting their ability to attend after-school programs and summer activities, including sporting events, the Career & Workforce Readiness Program, and the Youth of the Year Awards.

“This van is totally going to change summer for so many of the kids that use our Clubs,” said Erin Nicoloso, Vice President of Marketing and Business Development. “For too long, the lack of reliable and proper transportation within BGCPBC has been a significant challenge in transporting our Clubs’ teenagers. The new van will provide a safe and stylish solution to this challenge.” K12 Print recognized the transportation challenges Club youth faced in attending fun events and activities and graciously stepped up to help. “We are so blessed to have so many great clients like Amazon and L’Oréal; we decided to put our profits straight back into the community and help where we see a huge need,” said Jim Wahlberg, co-owner of K12 Print. With the support of the Mark Wahlberg Auto Group, this donation underscores K12 Print’s commitment to making a positive impact on the local community and enriching the lives of Club members.

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