WE HAVE THE COMPLETE LIST OF ALL LOCAL RECIPIENTS
BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Private schools, daycare centers religious institutions that refused to refund money to parents, and country clubs were among the recipients of some of the largest PPP or “Paycheck Protection Program” funds from the Small Business Administration.
The hyper-local lists were obtained by BocaNewsNow.com. You can download the lists, below. BocaNewsNow.com has repeatedly reported on schools and “early childhood education programs” that refused to refund tuition when classes moved online. Some are recipients of large sums of government money.
Others, including country clubs, continued to collect fees from homeowners. HOAs continued to pay landscapers — yet one landscaper in Delray received as much as $5-Million. All are on the list.
Here are notable highlights:
ED NOTE: JULY 8, 2020 at 3 p.m.: We were just alerted by the Palm Beach County School District that there is a listing on the official downloadable document below that lists “Boca Raton Elementary School.” It is actually BOCA PREP. We published the document as it was received from the Better Business Bureau. Public schools would not be receiving PPP funds.
ALSO: Tomasso’s Pizza tells us that while it did receive funds, it was nowhere near the $1M+ listed on the official document.
We stress: this is a spreadsheet provided by the Better Business Bureau. Please let us know of significant inaccuracies.
Saint Andrews School: Received $2-Million to $5-Million
Sunflower Landscaping: $2-Million to $5-Million
Schumacher Automotive of Delray: $2-Million to $5-Million
Congregation B’Nai Israel of Boca Raton: $1-Million to $2-Million
Donna Klein Jewish Academy: $1-Million to $2-Million
Spanish River Presbyterian Church: $1-Million to $2-Million
Mizner Country Club: $1-Million to $2-Million
Boca Pointe Country Club: $1-Million to $2-Million
Boca Raton Christian School: $350,000 to $1-Million
B’Nai Torah Congregation of Boca Raton: $350,000 to $1-Million
Boca West Master Association: $350,000 to $1-Million
Temple Beth El of Boca Raton: $350,000 to $1-Million
Bocaire Country Club: $350,000 to $1-Million
We have the complete lists for Boca Raton and Delray Beach. You may download the list below.
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