West Palm Beach, FL (PRWEB) December 11, 2013
Florida law firm Steinger, Iscoe & Greene is making strides to reach out this holiday season and give back to the community in a big way. Saturday December 14th it will proudly support Urban Youth Impact’s Annual Christmas store for the fourth year in a row.
Urban Youth Impact was founded in 1997 by President Bill Hobbs, and grew from a pickup truck filled with sports equipment and an empty lot in West Palm Beach, to a reputable non-profit outreach organization recognized for its work with several awards including Extraordinary Charities in Palm Beach County for 2013. Its dedication to working with at-risk youth and families lends itself to the holiday spirit of giving.
The Holiday Christmas Store, now in its 12th year, is designed to bring "dignity to charity" by offering a place for needy families to "shop" for holiday presents for their children. Volunteers work alongside families as personal shoppers to find gifts amid a collection of generously donated unwrapped gifts. Last year, The Christmas Store gave away 8,500 toys to over 600 families and 2,000 children.
If you’re interested in volunteering, or know a family who would like to receive help, visit the Event section of the Urban Youth Impact website.
The Urban Youth Impact Christmas Store takes place at The Roosevelt Full Service Center 1601 N. Tamarind Avenue, West Palm Beach, and drop off locations for donations are art Inspiration House, Moody Ratio South Florida, Family Christian Bookstores of Hollywood, Pompano or Boynton Beach and Urban Youth Impact’s main office.
Support from the community-conscious business Steinger, Iscoe & Greene plays a huge role in keeping programs like this one running, and in helping to give back to the community over the holidays and all-year-round.