Orlando Celebrates Impact With Delivering Good Day

On April 24th, the City of Orlando honored Delivering Good by proclaiming the day as “Delivering Good Day”. Delivering Good board chair Andrea Weiss hosted the celebration. The event commemorated the incredible collaboration with local community partners, and provided leaders in the fashion, philanthropy, finance and hospitality industries an inside look into the collaboration and commitment of all involved to execute this meaningful work.

The day began with a visit to The Mustard Seed of Central Florida, a long-standing community partner of Delivering Good. One of the only furniture banks in the nation, the organization provides furniture and clothes by recycling and upcycling donations it receives. Next, a visit to A Gift for Teaching, an organization that provides teachers with a shopping experience to procure education essentials for their students, including as pencils, books, socks, and more – all at no cost!

The afternoon concluded with a reception hosted by Andrea Weiss, in which Delivering Good was awarded the official proclamation by Lisa Portelli, Orlando’s Senior Advisor to the Mayor on Homelessness and Social Services. Many of Delivering Good’s supporters were in attendance, including Karen Bromley, Carole Postal, Taylor Gray, Carol Lapidus and Andrea Weiss.

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