Presented by Jupiter Medical Center
Friday, December 2, 2022
7:30am - 9am
Kravis Center for the performing arts
The Leadership Palm Beach County Holiday Breakfast is a magical way to start the holiday season - LPBC alumni and friends of the organization gather in one place to celebrate the holidays and give back to the community through a toy drive. Enjoy a delicious breakfast, a bountiful interactive auction, a toy drive benefitting local charities, and an opportunity to reunite with your classmates.
The 2022 Holiday Breakfast will be chaired by Jessica Clasby (LPBC '20) and Susy Díaz Piesco (LPBC '21). Our Honorary Chair will be Senator Bobby Powell, Jr. (LPBC '11). One of our most popular events, Holiday Breakfast is a great way to get exposure to many of our community's top leaders. This year's event will take place on Friday, December 2, 2022, at the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts.
Leadership Palm Beach County touches all of Palm Beach County, and we make sure our Gift Drive does too. Every year, we allow our Alumni to nominate local children's charities to be one of the four recipients for our annual Gift Drive. From these nominations, we randomly choose one recipient from each part of our county (North, South, Central, & West) to support with the Gift Drive that year.
Attendees of Holiday Breakfast are encouraged to bring gifts that we then donate to these local children's charities who make sure the children they serve have great holiday season. The most recent three years of LPBC Classes (2023, 2022, 2021) are encouraged to bring gift cards for the older children, and all other attendees are encouraged to bring new, unwrapped toys.
We look forward to another overwhelmingly successful toy drive this year! To learn about the charities that we are supporting this year and view their wishlists, please click below:
Boys Town South Florida
For the past 30 years, Boys Town South Florida has provided positive, life-changing serviced to help children develop in mind, body, and spirit. With preventive and intervention programs, Boys Town South Florida helps more than 3,000 children and 1,000 families every year.
- Teens Ages 13-18, Male
- Remote Control Cars/Batteries
- Board Games
- Sports Balls
- Teens Ages 13-18, Female
- Costume Jewelry
- Nail Kits/Polish
- Board Games
- Hair Accessories
- Art Supplies
- Youth Ages 5-12, Male
- Match Box Cars/Batteries
- Remote Control Cars
- Action Figures
- Youth Ages 5-12, Female
- Barbie Dolls
- Art Kits/Supplies
- Jewelery Kits
- Board Games
- Coloring Books
- Children/Toddlers Ages 2-4, Male
- Educational ABC Toys/Batteries
- Push & Pull Toy Cars
- Children/Toddlers Ages 2-4, Female
- Soft Dolls
- Doll Strollers
- Educational Toys (Numbers, Colors)
Junior Achievement of the Palm Beaches & Treasure Coast
Since 1981 Junior Achievement of the Palm Beaches & Treasure Coast has inspired 810,727 kindergarten through 12th grade children through their financial literacy, entrepreneurship and workforce readiness programs. Last year, a historically high number of students was served, 71,178, through collaborating with 121 local schools and non-profit organizations, including U. B. Kinsey Elementary School, whose children will be the recipients of this year’s toy drive.
Speak Up For Kids
The mission of Speak Up for Kids is 100% advocacy for every abused, abandoned, and neglected Palm Beach County child in foster care. Through effective advocacy the cycles of abuse, violence, and crime are being broken one child at a time, and children’s futures are being rewritten. Children in foster care just want to be like their peers and take part in the same activities and right of passages as their classmates. From band to camps, backpacks to shoes, we meet those needs head on for these children who just want to be kids.
Talented Teen Club
Talented Teen Club inspires underserved youths to be the best version of themselves.
Talented Teen Club strives to reach, teach, guide, and inspire underserved youths toward healthy ways of living. The organization engages at-risk youth in year-round programming — building skills, nurturing relationships, and providing resources that help youths thrive in challenging circumstances such as living in group homes, foster care, or multi-generational poverty.
Our efforts begin at the most foundational level, providing education and resources for healthy hygiene, good nutrition, and other forms of self-care. From there, we foster the development of skills that build confidence and opportunity, such as physical fitness through our track program, grooming and career skills through hair design workshops, and character development through ongoing mentoring and coaching.
1. Sequin Pillow Cover
2. Mini Waffle Maker
3. Inspirational Geode Bath Bombs
4. Stainless Steel Charm Bangle Bracelet
5. Gift Cards
7. Tote Bag
8. Instax Mini 9 Instant Camera + Accessories
9. Zip-Top Crossbody Bag
10. FabFitFun Subscription Box
11. Hydrating Face Mask
12. Nature-Inspired Silhouette Necklace
13. Tie-Dye Slippers
14. Zodiac Gift Wall Art
15. Personal Security Alarm
16. Chenille Cable Knit Slipper Socks
17. Home Pedicure Kit
18. Shroomie Hoops
19. Raedia Facial Cleansing Brush
20. The Makeup Set + The Beauty Bag
21. Pastiche Cropped Cami and Swirl Shorts Set
22. Hydro-Stars Pimple Patch
23. Make It Super DIY Bead Kit
24. Carry-On Luggage
25. Personal Charging Hub
26. Mini Fridge
28. Professional Printing 3D Pen with OLED Display
29. Portable Charger
30. Large Knot Pillow
31. Seashell Scrunchie
33. Weighted Blanket
34. Air Force 1
35. Holographic Quad Skates
36. Portable Inflatable Lounger
37. Biography Presents BTS: The Biggest Band on the Planet
38. Universal tablet stand
39. Headphone Stand
41. Real Flower Resin Letter Keychain
42. Bluetooth Keyboard
43. Wireless Bluetooth Karaoke Microphone
44. Light Vanity Makeup Mirror
45. Gooseneck Bed Phone Holder
46. One-Step Tie-Dye Kit
47. Sports 🏀 🏈
48. Multicoloured corner lamp
49. Self help books
50. Book Themed Infinity Scarf
Active Alumni Tickets: $65
Guest & Inactive Alumni Tickets: $75
Reserved Table of 10: $650
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