Riviera Beach, Fla. (October 18, 2023) – The Arc of Palm Beach County is delighted to announce the appointment of award-winning, nonprofit financial expert John Peters, CPA, as its new chief financial officer. Peters joins The Arc of Palm Beach County with an incredible reputation as a nonprofit executive. He has more than 30 years of experience in financial leadership, strategic business management, and fiscal responsibility.
Riviera Beach, Fla. (October 10, 2023) – The Arc of Palm Beach County is pleased to announce the appointment of Charlotte Gill as chief advancement officer. Gill brings nearly a decade of nonprofit leadership experience and will oversee The Arc’s resource development, grants, major gifts, communication, and the execution of major fundraising events.
Riviera Beach, Fla. (September 26, 2023) – The Arc of Palm Beach County is pleased to announce the appointment of nonprofit veteran, Pamela M. Payne, as its new President & CEO. Payne joins The Arc of Palm Beach County with an incredible reputation as a nonprofit executive, having more than 40 years of extensive experience in fundraising, collaborative partnerships, and fiscal responsibility.
The Arc of Palm Beach County unveiled its reimagined north campus in Riviera Beach at a ribbon-cutting and open house event on Wednesday, May 25. The 15,000-square-foot Achievement Center, formerly the headquarters of Seagull Services, was transformed into a dynamic, specialized educational and career development hub for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Three dynamic, award-winning organizations – The Arc, Palm Beach Habilitation Center, and Seagull Services – have joined forces to create The “New” Arc of Palm Beach County. Together, our teams have the vision, passion, expertise, and resources to elevate the disability community and build a brighter future of choices, opportunities, and independence.
The Arc of Palm Beach County is joining forces with Seagull Services and Palm Beach Habilitation Center to create the most comprehensive range of services for people with disabilities in South Florida. The new Arc of Palm Beach County will support nearly 3,500 individuals from birth through their life span.
In the first half of 2021, Team Arc continued to do what they do best – provide stellar services for our children and adults, while safeguarding their health and well-being. Potentials’ students closed out a successful year of hybrid in-person and distance learning, the Early Intervention programs assisted more infants than ever before, the Adult Services’ team coordinated testing, vaccinations, and safe community engagement, and our mentors connected with their peers in creative ways.
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The work The Arc of Palm Beach County does is felt in all corners of the community. Every year, we serve more than 2,800 families. Through our meaningful programs, we change lives every day.Read More