Mastroiani Family Foundation & Waterfront Way Foundation Support Dwyer High School’s Special Needs Students
The special needs students at William T. Dwyer High School in West Palm Beach will welcome a new activities bus this fall, a gift from the Waterfront Way Foundation and the Mastroiani Family Foundation.
“We’re excited about what having their own dedicated activities bus means to these students,” said Anthony Mastroiani. “Sometimes kids with disabilities can feel left out. But this new bus means they can take field trips and have the kind of adventures that all young people love and deserve.”
Anthony and his father Nicholas along with (Rob Thompson?) from the Waterfront Way Foundation presented a check for $138,037 to school officials and a crowd of very happy students on the Dwyer campus. In unison, and with heart, the students called out a loud and sustained “Thank You!”
The Mastroiani family has a legacy of generosity in the region, including a gift of $3 million to Jupiter Medical Center for the Pediatric Emergency Department and ongoing assistance to the Bahamas Relief Effort to help in the recovery from the devastation of Hurricane Dorian.
For more information on the Mastroiani Family Foundation and its support of children healthcare and education, visit mastroiannifoundation.org.