Saint Andrew’s Scot Claire Nottman ’21 has something sweet to share with you! Claire, along with help from her family members including her brother, Owen Nottman ’18, is collecting and donating “snack bags” for the benefit of food-insecure families of the Delray Achievement Center. With programming ranging from toddler care, VPK, and a host of after-school opportunities for school children of varying ages, the Achievement Center is widely known in Palm Beach County as an incredibly important and effective non-profit.
When Claire heard that the COVID-19 crisis necessitated an even greater need for meals and snacks to be disseminated to the food insecure via the Achievement Center, she immediately sprung into action. As can be seen in our recent interview with Claire and Owen, her family has been incredibly successful in procuring scores of snack bags on behalf of the organization. In addition to their own generosity and charitable nature, Claire has added to the donations by securing collaborative support from neighbors, friends, and even Saint Andrew’s School teachers.
With the help of community members like Claire, we are certain that the Center will continue to have the resources it needs to support those in need. To learn more about what Claire has been up to and to find out how you can support her worthy cause, please click here to view our interview with Claire and Owen in our latest episode of “Community Service Stories."
A non-profit, independent, co-educational school for grades Pre-K - 12, Saint Andrew's School is a private day and boarding school located in Boca Raton, educating the best students from across Palm Beach County, Florida, the United States, and throughout the world in the Episcopal tradition.