Elite Networking Donates To Back To Basics

In the quest to support a local charity during the holiday season, Elite Networking Pros chose to get involved with Back To Basics’ Angel Program, which provides underwear, socks and sneakers to underprivileged children.

The program was founded by Beverly and Don Perham 28 years ago. Because of Beverly’s dedication, thousands of youngsters will get holiday gifts this year.

Thanks to Elite Networking Pros’ business members, more than 30 children were adopted and provided personal packages to open for Christmas.

Over and beyond the support from its members, Elite as an organization provided Back To Basics with socks and underwear to be distributed throughout the coming year and adopted an additional nine children who reside in Palm Beach County.

“I have belonged to many networking groups over the last 10 years, but not one has supported an organization such as Back to Basics in such a big way,” said Maggie Zeller, president of Travel Around the Clock. “I know that we have made a difference in many children’s lives this holiday season. Thank you, everyone, for your generosity!”

Elite Networking Pros brings together a group of Palm Beach County business owners and professionals who are truly best-in-class in their respective industries. Elite members bond together to help each other succeed in business.

Belonging to Elite Networking Pros is like having a team of salespeople working for you. Every member interacts with friends, clients and business associates who could use your products or services.

Elite Networking Pros members will refer you with confidence because of the trust that builds as a result of being a part of Elite Networking Pros.

Elite Networking Pros meets every Friday morning for breakfast from 7:30 to 9 a.m. in Royal Palm Beach.

For additional information about the club, or to attend one of its weekly meetings, visit the Elite Networking Pros web site at www.elitenetworkingpros.com.


Above: These gifts donated by Elite Networking Pros’ business members went to more than 30 needy children in time for Christmas.