Palm Beach Florida Weekly

Drive to Provide


ABOVE: Erin Kozlowski, Mo Reza and Devorah Kermisch. RIGHT TOP: Phil DiComo and Karen Davidson BOTTOM RIGHT: Kyle Rathbun and David Schnorr TRACEY BENSON PHOTOGRAPHY / COURTESY PHOTOS

ABOVE: Erin Kozlowski, Mo Reza and Devorah Kermisch. RIGHT TOP: Phil DiComo and Karen Davidson BOTTOM RIGHT: Kyle Rathbun and David Schnorr TRACEY BENSON PHOTOGRAPHY / COURTESY PHOTOS

The engines have cooled and the tracks are clear after the second annual “The Gulfstream: Drive to Provide.”

Hosted by the Gulfstream Region Porsche Club of America, this waterfront event turbocharged support for Gulfstream Goodwill Industries’ homelessness prevention and disability services.

The event was attended by more than 200 people and chaired by Stephen Grossman, General Manager for Braman Motorcars.

“Thanks to the overwhelming support we received at this year’s Drive to Provide event, we’re able to continue making a difference in the lives of those facing homelessness in South Florida,” said President and CEO Karen Davidson. “With over 300 individuals in our shelters nightly, the funds raised will significantly aid in our mission to provide housing, training, education and employment opportunities to the most vulnerable members of our community.”

GGI is a private, non profit agency serving Palm Beach, Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River and Okeechobee counties for over 55 years. It is the largest homelessness provider in its five-county region and the largest health and human services organization in its territory.

 

 

“Our passion extends beyond the love for cars to a commitment to community support,” said Kyle Rathbun, President of Gulfstream Region Porsche Club of America. “We’re honored to partner with Gulfstream

Goodwill Industries and contribute to their invaluable work in aiding the homeless right here in our backyard.”

 

 

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