Grover Corlew Makes Holiday Donation to Support Teen Development at the Fuller CenterGrover Corlew Makes Holiday Donation to Support Teen Development at the Fuller Center

Funds will facilitate the growth of the Center’s programs, supporting teens and families in need of school supplies, transportation, meals and educational services


Ellyn Okrent, CEO of Fuller Center, and Anuj Grover and Mark Corlew of Grover Corlew with children and teens from the Fuller Center in Boca Raton. The South Florida-based real estate investment management group Grover Corlew donated funds to the Fuller Center to support teen development programs.

Grover Corlew, a real estate investment management group and developer of luxury multifamily and office properties, has donated $2,500 to the Fuller Center, a Boca Raton-based organization whose mission is to embrace, educate and empower hardworking, under-resourced families and children.

The Fuller Center, which serves more than 900 infants through teens across Palm Beach County and northern Broward County, launched a teen program during the COVID pandemic to support the overwhelming number of teenagers who needed socialization and support during a challenging time. To meet continued demand for teen programs and services, funds donated by Grover Corlew will support young adults as they gain the skills needed for success in school, work and life.

“The Fuller Center is a special organization that is committed to making a difference in the lives of local children and families,” said Partner Anuj Grover. “Every visit, we are impressed with the scope of programs offered and the difference they make on the lives of so many. The Fuller Center is a safe and nurturing space that inspires and excites students who have limited access to the tools needed to break the generational cycle of poverty.”

Amid the affluence of Palm Beach County, more than 16% of the children who reside there live in poverty. Through the funding from Grover Corlew and other private donors, the Fuller Center can provide vital support, impactful programs, essential services and educational supplies for those children and their families.

“We are so thankful for organizations like Grover Corlew that support our mission,” said Ellyn Okrent, CEO of Fuller Center.  “It’s because of organizations like them that we are able to serve our community and meet the needs of hard-working families and their children who are counting on us.”

Grover Corlew owns, manages and develops office buildings and multifamily residences throughout Florida and has been intricately involved in the revitalization efforts in cities in both counties and beyond. Committed to building strong communities through various initiatives and organizations, Grover Corlew has supported Broward Education Foundation, Education Foundation of Palm Beach County, Arc Broward, Children’s Diagnostic & Treatment Centers, Boys and Girls Club of Broward County, Pompano Beach Elementary and more.

“I have witnessed first-hand the magic that can be created when local businesses partner with nonprofits to better serve the community,” noted Partner Mark Corlew. “The Fuller Center is a powerful grass roots organization that positively impacts our community, and we are thrilled to support their efforts.”

To learn more about the Fuller Center, visit