WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (February 3, 2016) – There’s a brand new way to show and share love this Valentine’s Day, and it benefits every child in Palm Beach County’s public schools.
The Education Foundation of Palm Beach County will launch its Apple Cheek Campaign on Friday, Feb. 12 to run through the Valentine’s Day weekend, culminating with a Champagne Brunch at Palm Beach International Polo on Sunday, Feb. 14. The fundraiser and friend-raiser for the foundation will take place 2:00 – 5:00 pm.
Participants, including polo players and spectators, will be invited to wear a temporary tattoo on their faces that says I LOVE EDUCATION, featuring the organization’s dramatic new apple-shaped logo (‘apple cheeks’) that was launched last week. It was created and donated by O’Donnell Agency of West Palm Beach.
“We are relishing the results of a new era at the Education Foundation with its powerful, committed board of 27 CEOs and executives, creating unprecedented forward momentum and the most productive alignment with the School District we’ve ever seen,” said Christina Lambert, the Foundation’s executive director. “The Apple Cheek campaign is a fun-filled, highly engaging way to raise awareness about the importance of supporting quality education in Palm Beach County so that every student has the opportunity to succeed.”
To purchase tickets to the Champagne Brunch at Palm Beach International Polo, please visit
www.InternationalPoloClub.ticketleap.com and be sure to use code EDUCATION at checkout to ensure the Education Foundation receives your donation.
For more information, find us online at EducationFoundationPBC.org or email us at Engage@educationfoundationpbc.org.