NAIOP South Florida Donates Nearly $21,000 to Jack & Jill Children’s Center

Local real estate professionals are giving back to the community.

NAIOP South Florida recently donated $20,719 to Jack & Jill Children’s Center. The proceeds are from the organization’s 34th annual golf tournament, adding to the $100,000 that NAIOP has donated to Jack & Jill over the past five years.

“We are so pleased to present this donation to an amazing non-profit organization that does meaningful work with children and families in our community,” said NAIOP South Florida Executive Director Jules R. Morgan. “Due to the challenges of the pandemic, we postponed our annual golf tournament by several months. Thankfully in the end, we were able hold the event and donate the earnings to Jack & Jill Children’s Center.”

Jack & Jill is the oldest nonprofit provider of early childhood education in Broward County and has been supporting families through the COVID-19 pandemic. Jack & Jill will use the funds to educate children of high-need working families while offering family strengthening programs so that parents and children can gain the necessary skills to succeed in life.

In addition to supporting the critical needs of families struggling with the unanticipated consequences of COVID-19, funds raised for Jack & Jill Children’s Center will help educate children of high-need working families while offering family strengthening programs so that parents and children can gain the necessary skills to succeed in life.

“The effects of the pandemic continue to reverberate throughout our local community, with families hard hit by evictions, pay cuts, food insecurity, socially distanced schooling and limited after-school programming,” said Heather Siskind, CEO of Jack & Jill Children’s Center. “This generous donation from NAIOP South Florida will help us continue our programs to ease the growing burden many families are facing.”

Pictured: NAIOP South Florida’s Alba Garcia with children who will benefit from the donation made to Jack & Jill Children’s Center

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