Welcome HabCenter’s New Board of Director – Thomas Moraca!

Thomas Moraca, Owner of Moraca Builders Inc., is a visionary entrepreneur and the driving force behind Moraca Builders, a renowned construction company known for its commitment to excellence and innovation in the industry. With a career spanning over three decades, Tom’s unwavering dedication to quality construction and client satisfaction has earned him a stellar reputation as a leader in the field.

Beyond his professional achievements, Tom is deeply committed to giving back to the community. He actively supports local charities and initiatives aimed at improving the lives of those in need. His philanthropic efforts reflect his belief in the importance of making a positive impact on society. Tom has been involved with the HabCenter for over two decades and is an advocate for our clients with developmental differences and mental wellness needs.

We are thrilled to welcome Thomas to our board of directors! We look forward to an exciting journey of teamwork and leadership, dedicated to creating a meaningful and lasting impact on our community and beyond.

About the HabCenter:

HabCenter Boca Raton is a nonprofit organization that opened its doors in 1978 to equip adults with special needs with the knowledge, skills, and behavior needed to lead useful and productive lives with dignity, respect, and independence. HabCenter provides a safe, enriching environment to empower the spirit of those individuals it serves and encourage their unlimited potential. Essential programs the HabCenter offers are Social Services, and mental-wellness counseling, Developmental Training, Programs in Education, Art and Recreation (P.E.A.R.), and Vocational Training within HabCo Manufacturing and the HabCenter Plant Nursery that provide horticultural training. HabCenter also offers local businesses and universities partnership opportunities through HabCo Manufacturing, the Nursery and counseling, special education and occupational therapy internship programs. HabCenter also has a Supported Employment program, which provides competitive integrated employment (CIE) opportunities for clients who can work in the community by preparing them with the knowledge, skills and behaviors they need to be successful. To learn more, visit habcenter.org.