The Batchelor Foundation awards $40,000 to support Mentoring Programs

The Batchelor Foundation awards $40,000 to support Mentoring Programs for children and youth in Palm Beach and Martin Counties

September 2019— The Batchelor Foundation awards Big Brothers Big Sisters of Palm Beach and Martin Counties, Inc. $40,000 for Mentoring Programs that will give the gift of a mentor impacting children and youth to reach their brightest potential.  Through a variety of programs children and youth receive a mentor whether in the community, while at school, or interning at local Business.

About The Batchelor Foundation

The mission of the Batchelor Foundation is to provide philanthropic support to qualified, non-profit 501(c)(3) organizations that focus on promoting the good health, education and wellbeing of children, animal welfare, and the preservation of the natural environment in the South Florida community. The Batchelor Foundation was established in 1990 by its founder and sole benefactor Mr. George E. Batchelor, visionary aviator, business entrepreneur, and philanthropist. To learn more about The Batchelor Foundation Contact:

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