Wycliffe Charities Gift Assists Disabled Palm Beach Hab Center

Suzanne Saletan and Susan Webber of the Wycliffe Charities Foundation recently made a visit to the Palm Beach Habilitation Center to present it with a check for $12,000. The funds will directly benefit disabled men and women receiving skills training through the center’s Food Service Employment Training Program. The donation was accepted by Mary Dunning, director of development for the Palm Beach Habilitation Center.

“On behalf of all the clients served by this valuable program, we thank the community of Wycliffe for their generosity,” Dunning said.

The Palm Beach Habilitation Center, a United Way Agency, is a private nonprofit organization that provides skills training, employment, job placement, residential services, recreational and senior activities to adults with developmental, physical and emotional disabilities. Since opening in 1959, the center has placed more than 8,000 men and women in community employment. Each year, more than 700 individuals receive a variety of services from the center, helping them to live and work to their greatest level of independence.


ABOVE: (L-R) Suzanne Saletan, Mary Dunning, Susan Webber.