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Els for Autism Foundation
The Els Center of Excellence, located in Jupiter, FL, is a world-class facility hosting leading-edge programs and services for people on the autism spectrum and their families. The campus contains thoughtfully planned spaces designed to meet the specific needs of individuals with autism—from a possible early diagnosis to their school-aged years and adulthood. The Center hosts two non-profit, tuition-free Palm Beach County charter schools that serve students with autism using evidence-based practices. The Rupert Education Wing hosts The Learning Center at The Els Center of Excellence, serving students with autism ages 3-14 (www.thelearningcenter.org). The Shanken Education Wing hosts The Learning Academy at The Els Center of Excellence for students with autism ages 14-21 (www.tlacad.org).
The Autism Project of Palm Beach County
APPBC is a local non-profit and fundraising arm for several Els Center of Excellence programs, including The Learning Center, The Learning Academy, and the newest APPBC project, “Babe’s House,” a Community Residential Home (group home) that serves adult males with ASD. Corinne is admired by many, including her colleagues at URS Advisory, for her personal efforts to help so many families.
The LIFE Foundation
Erik has been involved in LIFE since 2012. He is proud of the foundation’s accomplishments and commitment to the voiceless and vulnerable. Please visit the link to learn more about LIFE.
The Palm Beach County Estate Planning Council
Erik joined the PBCEPC in 2016 to further his knowledge and network with local practitioners of Legacy Planning.
Executive Women of the Palm Beaches
Julia joined the Executive Women of the Palm Beaches in 2017.
Boy Scouts of America
Erik has been involved with the Gulfstream Council of the Boy Scouts of America for decades. Erik and his brothers are Eagle Scouts and active supporters of youth organizations like the Boy Scouts of America.
Gradient Gives Back
Gradient Gives Back Community Outreach Program invites Americans who have fallen on hard times and are struggling to recover from one of the most challenging economic environments in history, to apply now for an opportunity to be awarded.
One deserving family will be selected to receive six months of mortgage or lease payments!
The family will be selected in the last quarter annually. Applications must be submitted by November 1.
NAIOP South Florida Collegiate Challenge
Erik is a former Board Member of NAIOP South Florida and Chair of the Collegiate Challenge. NAIOP supports commercial real estate professionals with advocacy, education and business opportunities connecting members through a powerful South Florida and North American network. The NAIOP Collegiate Challenge was created to provide unique and valuable industry exposure to college students in a competitive and realistic environment.