The Wellington Preservation Coalition and the Jacobs family recently announced support for the Dance Matrix program run by the Wellington substation of the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office.
The program reaches out to 30 local children who have never had a consistent location to practice their dancing and work on completing their homework.
The sponsorship will provide the 30 children access to the Neil S. Hirsch Boys & Girls Club of Wellington for a full year, with all the benefits and services beyond a place to practice.
PBSO Lt. Eli Shaivitz and Deputy Malora Duplantis, who lead the program, were excited that the youngsters will have access to the great venue.
“We are proud to help all the children in this program,” Wellington Preservation Coalition Executive Director Tom Wenham said. “This is a worthy cause, and we are pleased to join the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s office in this community outreach.”
ABOVE: Tom Wenham with Deputy Malora Duplantis and Lt. Eli Shaivitz.