The Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce held their first ever Network for a Cause event, and it was held at McMow Arg Glass Studio in Lake Worth. The studio is a family business owned by West Palm Beach Commissioner Shanon Materio, and her husband Phil Materio.
Not only did the Chamber members enjoy networking, but they learned a new skill, glass fusing. They also raised money for a great charity, Quantum House.
Quantum House in a non-profit organization that provides care an support for families with children receiving treatment in Palm Beach County for a serious conditions.
Quantum House recently opened its new facility behind St Mary’s Hospital. The piece, which consists of smaller squares around the Quantum House logo was donated by McMow Art Glass Studio and will be installed in the facility for families to enjoy.
Pictured in the image from left to right is Dennis Grady, the President & CEO of the Chamber of the Palm Beaches, McMow President and West Palm Beach City Commissioner, Shanon Materio, and Robert Jurney, CEO of Quantum House. Some of the children in the facility today were excited to pose as well!