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The Waterfront Advantage The last word that could ever be used to describe Waterfront Properties is ordinary. At Waterfront’s marketing headquarters, a diligent and enthusiastic staff works hand-in-hand with real estate agents. Together, they collaborate to expertly market their sellers’ properties and reach buyers all over the world. Don’t assume this is the norm in every real estate office. David Abernathy, Business Manager at Waterfront, says “my colleagues at other brokerages are envious of Waterfront’s 20+ person marketing team because we don’t need to outsource key marketing projects.” The company’s dedicated marketing budget provides the marketing team with the most up-to-date marketing technology, equipment and strategies. How? Here is a glimpse behind the scenes…
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16 GUIDE TO OCTOBER
26 BOUTIQUE BUZZ
Words from Donna Lewis
Accessories that embrace wildlife
The most anticipated fall happenings
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22 STYLE FILE
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F E AT U R E S 130 SCENE + HEARD
Were you at the hottest events this season?
PROFILES 30 STYLISH SISTERS Get to know Kendall and Libby Glazer, the sisters behind Stoney Clover Lane.
34 NOMAD’S NOTEBOOK
32 CHASING DREAMS AND WAVES
129 SOCIAL CALENDAR
Lifelong friends Cate Kelly and Kim Vanderpol pair passion with action to create Carve, a Jupiter surfboard club and coffee bar.
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38 SOPHISTICATED SYNCHRONIZATION
The Aqualillies strut outside of water.
53 SELFLESS SOULS
Meet six real-life heroes making a difference in their communities.
69 CHARITY DATEBOOK Preview this year’s charity season using our guide to local non-profits and their charitable events.
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n the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian’s destruction to parts of the Bahamas, and what some are calling the longest siege of violent, destructive weather unleashed on a single location, it’s touching to see the outpouring of support and humanitarian efforts being offered. South Florida has rallied and come to the rescue, offering everything from basic supplies to aiding in major relief efforts, to hosting Bahamians who have fled their ravaged islands. Certainly, this hurricane hit close to home. Knowing the Category 5 monster could have easily not made the turn to the
north and just as easily wreaked havoc on us, we sympathize and relate to their plight and mobilize to help. But it’s no surprise, as this altruism is engrained in our way of life, in the very fabric of the Palm Beaches’ culture. In this issue, we showcase a few unsung heroes selflessly serving others while simultaneously rewriting someone’s life story. We’re thankful for these, and all the many unsung heroes, tirelessly working to make the Palm Beaches a better place, and we hope their altruism will inspire you to work for a cause you believe in. If you’re looking to align yourself with a worthy charity, look no further than these pages to find a plethora of non-profits that need your help. With our annual Charity Datebook, a compilation of tri-county charities and their fundraising events for the year, you’re sure to find a place where you belong, where your heart and soul connect, and where you can make a difference. Don’t forget each issue can be viewed digitally, so if you don’t have your hard copy, go to our websites or digital editions to reference any content. Synchronized swimming is back with a vengeance. Already making a splash at the Hollywood pool party circuit, the Aqualillies—an aquatic synchronized performance group—have been stealing the spotlight at celebrity events for almost a decade. This bevy of beauties has
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Worth a drive to Miami is HistoryMiami Museum’s new exhibit “Gridiron Glory: The Best of the Pro Football Hall of Fame” on display through Feb. 9. The multimedia, interactive experience will feature memorabilia like footballs thrown by Dan Marino; a 7-pound sterling silver Vince Lombardi Trophy; the historic elevator panel from Three Rivers Stadium where Art Rooney stood during the famous “Immaculate Reception” in the 1972 playoffs; and more. (Ticket prices vary; historymiami.org)
FASHION FOR A CAUSE
Available throughout October, six internationally renowned female artists have designed limited-edition silk scarves exclusively for Talbots stores and online in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Each artist’s design honors the strength of women who have battled breast cancer with proceeds benefiting the Susan G. Breast Cancer Helpline. ($69.50; talbots.com)
BARKS AND BREWS
Downtown at the Gardens is teaming up with Big Dog Ranch Rescue to bring the second annual Barks and Brews to the Palm Beach Gardens shopping center on Oct. 11. Guests may bring their dog (or adopt one from the rescue) for a day of unlimited beer and food samples from Yard House and local breweries. ($25; bdrr.org/events)
Chasin A Dream Foundation will host its third annual Pumpkin Fest on Oct. 19 at Harbourside Place. Bring the whole family to enjoy a day of trick-or-treating at more than 50 vendors and shops, plus a kid’s costume contest and a pumpkin patch, all benefiting cancer, cystic fibrosis, heart disease and other life-threatening illnesses. (Free; chasinadream.org)
SHOP FOR SUCCESS
Calling all fashionistas! The annual pop-up sale “Shop for Success” featuring fashion bargains up to 70-percent-off designer labels like Escada and Armani returns to the Palm Beach Outlets from Oct. 4 to 6. A ticketed VIP preview reception will take place Oct. 3 with Champagne, hors d’oeuvres and entertainment. The flash retail experience will benefit Dress for Success Palm Beaches. ($50/VIP Preview; palmbeaches.dressforsuccess.org)
FALL FEST JUPITER
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Kick off Florida’s fall season by heading to The Plaza Down Under on the Riverwalk for Jupiter’s Fall Fest. The Oct. 5 event is themed after Day of the Dead, Mexico’s fall holiday, and will include a mariachi band, performances by Mexican folk dancers, local food vendors and character appearances from the Disney movie “Coco.” (Free; jupiter.fl.us)
The Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens will debut its first exhibit of the season, “Expanding Horizons: Nontraditional Approaches to Photography” in partnership with JL Modern Gallery beginning Oct. 2. The exhibit will feature works by Kimiko Yoshida, Bernard Faucon and Stephen Wilkes. (Ticket prices vary; ansg.org)
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Can’t-Miss October Events In Palm Beach County South Florida is hands-down one of the best places to spend the holiday months as an adult—especially Halloween. Join Crawl WPB for some boozy haunts on Oct. 25 at its eighth annual Zombie Crawl starting at Roxy’s Pub in West Palm Beach. If you seek fun for the whole family, head to Holy Spirit Lutheran Church’s Fall Festival in Juno Beach on Oct. 26 for all-you-can-eat hamburgers and hot dogs; an obstacle course; a rock-climbing wall, bungee jump; petting zoo; and more. For more fall fun, visit jupitermag.com.
WPB GreenMarket The local market will be celebrating its 25th season this month alongside WPB’s 125th anniversary. The GreenMarket features 90 vendors offering a plethora of products, such as fresh produce, exotic plants and flowers, herbs and spices, baked goods, coffee and teas, and more.
ArtiGras Jupiter’s annual fine arts festival was ranked No. 10 by Sunshine Artist Magazine’s list of the 200 best art and craft shows in the nation. ArtiGras 2020 will take place Feb. 15 and 16.
Positive Thoughts. Positive Life. On Oct. 17 at Manatee Lagoon, join Capital Strategies Women’s Forum and Sarah B. Gentry, LMHC, CAP, CRRA, Founder of Gentry Counseling PLLC, for its “Positive Thoughts. Positive Life.” program. It will address the importance of having a positive inner dialogue and increased self-worth.
HALLOWEEN COSTUMES FOR YOUR FURRY BEST FRIEND Spooky season is back, which means so are the festive decorations, costumes galore and the ability to buy copious amounts of candy without being judged. Aside from the sweet treats, why not let your furry best friend join in on the holiday fun? From bumblebees to werewolves, we’ve rounded up the cutest, funniest and most creative pet costumes from Chewy. For our full list of costumes, visit jupitermag.com.
Fall Craft Fair On Oct. 12 and 13, head to the Expo Center at the South Florida Fairgrounds in West Palm Beach for Pinterest-inspired crafts; handmade creations by local and national artists and crafters; custom decor; and more.
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The Palm Beaches’ Spa & Wellness Month This month, relax and rejuvenate with a wealth of treatments and packages starting at $99. Portions of proceeds benefit five local charities in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
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PURE Cell Facial Stem cells are controversial in medicine, but not in beauty—at least not when it comes to the PURE Cell Facial available at the PURE Spa inside the Pelican Grand on Fort Lauderdale beach. The live roseroot stem cells used during this 80-minute service travel deep into the pores to regenerate skin and stimulate collagen. The spa is one of only two locations to offer the treatment, which uses products from Maria Åkerberg. Products are deepened into the skin using a mask that feels as thick as the molds orthodontists stick in your mouth to create retainers. The treatment makes the skin look tighter, and results can last four to six weeks. (2000 N. Ocean Blvd., Fort Lauderdale; 954.556.7600) - Alyssa Morlacci
Quartz Sand Bed Forget everything you thought you knew about a relaxing massage and prepare yourself for ultimate bliss with the help of a quartz sand bed. Lucky for South Floridians, The Spa at Auberge Beach in Fort Lauderdale offers the award-winning, stateof-the-art Gharieni Quartz Treatment table (only one of two in South Florida) known to ionize the air, which supports the immune system and helps purify the body. During a massage, tight muscles are soothed with quartz sand poultices, targeting specific areas of concern. Guests interested in trying the bed can do so when booking the Resort and Balance Massage, the Quartz Sand Sound and CBD Wrap, or the Quartz Massage with Amethyst Oil. (2200 N. Ocean Blvd., Fort Lauderdale; 754.900.4067) - Melissa Puppo
Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach Take part in the 100-minute Pink Oceana Experience Package, which features a warm scalp treatment and massage and warmed application of a detoxifying ancient ocean clay wrap mixed with exfoliating Himalayan salt, all followed by a full-body Himalayan Salt Stone Massage. The treatment also includes your choice of sparkling rosé or antioxidant-infused hibiscus tea and a Himalayan Salt Detox Bath Soak to take home. Enjoy pool, beach and fitness room access, in addition to a voucher for breakfast or lunch, and a 10-percent discount on all spa retail. (2800 S. Ocean Blvd., Palm Beach; 561.582.2800; $390)
Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort & Spa For a facial that’s ideal for all skin types, book the Si-Rose Facial Treatment. During the 50-minute treatment, rose extracts and rosehip oil help skin to restore vital hydration and balance. It’s then followed by a warmed rose quartz massage to help increase circulation. (3800 N. Ocean Drive, Riviera Beach; 561.340.1755; $99)
The Sanctuary Salon & Spa Get the best of both worlds with the Fire & Ice Sensation Package. This treatment includes a harmonized, rhythmic massage utilizing hot and cold remedies designed to reduce stress, relax and detoxify the body. Organic oil blends are then warmed for a custom therapeutic conditioning treatment before finishing up with a designer blowout. (101 N. Clematis St., Ste.115, West Palm Beach; 561.721.9648; $99)
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Collection highlights include liquid ucked away in Hialeah’s metals and luxe prints. warehouse district stands a discreet blue building among bustling streets. gowns done in liquid metals and luxe There’s no sign to give a prints, but Escudero shares a secret: clue as to what’s on the other side—the He already has the Fall 2020 collecdynamic inner workings of the fashion tion stashed away. “I don’t want people label Rene Ruiz Collection founded touching it,” he jokes. “I have it hidden An inside look at the making of Rene in 1992. The brand is well-known for behind a table. Ruiz Collection gowns and its creative elegant gowns and evening wear that “What I do is I forget about the director, Luis Escudero South Floridians can shop at its Boca past and keep going for it. I’m already in Raton outpost or inside Saks Fifth Avthe future. I’m already over spring, and By Melissa Puppo enue and Neiman Marcus stores. people aren’t even wearing it now.” Behind each gown is creative diIt’s not uncommon—it’s the fashrector Luis Escudero, who on most ion industry, after all. days can be found in a back corner of the studio (his personal space Escudero and his team travel to Paris twice a year to meet with vento put ideas to work). During a morning in August, he’s working dors in search of fabrics to bring back and collectively decide on designs through the day’s latest dilemma: deciding the shade of fabric to for the upcoming seasons. reorder a dress in for spring at Saks Fifth Avenue. “The fabric sort of speaks and tells you what Some might call his surroundings orgait wants to be,” he says while pinning layered fabnized chaos. Picture seamstresses working terics onto a mannequin, something he prefers to diously on garments; mannequins of all differdo first. “Then you work out proportions.” ent sizes; a fabric roll explosion in varied colors On this very mannequin, he combines a and textures; and clothing racks housing gowns sheer fabric with an ombre sequin and layers that expand from floor to ceiling. them under a different colored sheer, turning The Miami-born designer studied at the them into his desired look. International Fine Arts College, now known as When designing, Escudero stays true to Miami International University of Art & Dethe brand’s vision and customer. “She wants to sign, then later enrolled at Paris Fashion Instibe appropriate, but she still wants to be sexy, tute. He worked numerous jobs before landing so you have to balance the two,” he says. “She the role of senior designer at Rene Ruiz Collecwants to be conservative and not too flashy, but tion in 2008. she still wants to sparkle.” “Every day is different. You roll with the Keeping comfort top of mind is also key punches,” Escudero says between numerous for the label. Escudero’s team has created some staff prompting him with questions about selightweight gowns that feature details like builtquins and fabrics and more. “That’s what’s good in bustiers with added stretch. about it. It’s very hands-on. You’re constantly As for the future of Rene Ruiz Collection, changing with the collections.” Escudero is busy expanding the brand to focus Several designs from the Fall 2019 colon separates such as pants, blouses and jackets, lection will land in stores this month featuring in addition to cocktail dresses and boleros.
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OSCAR HEYMAN peridot, citrine, ruby and diamond pansy earrings; $48,000; available at Hamilton Jewelers in Palm Beach; oscarheyman.com
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News & Gourmet Coffee and culture intersect inside The Breakers Palm Beach By Melissa Puppo
t The Breakers Palm Beach, everything is done in grandiose style. From its 20,000-square-foot indoor/outdoor spa to the architectural splendor of The Circle, there’s a reason the iconic property earns awards and accolades year after year. So, when it came time to remodel one of its boutiques in late 2018, News & Gourmet, the hotel turned to the exceptional Michael Neuman and Associates design firm to get the job done. The boutique’s former dark wooden palette transformed into a bright, modern backdrop for the shop’s selection of gifts and home decor from around the world. Locals and resort guests alike can enjoy seeking and finding new treasures to bring home. Take for example the homeware brand Dinosaur Designs, created by a husband-and-wife duo from Australia. “Moody” blues and whites swirl into a vibrant coloration on resin stone bowls, platters and serving utensils. Then there’s Primitive Twig based out of New York. The artists collect antique American, French and German doll heads along with vintage tins, wind-up toys and salt shakers, and assembles them into elaborate, one-of-a-kind creations like candlesticks.
Shop an array of home decor paying homage to rainforests to equestrian life, plus a line of vibrant safari art sculptures made out of recycled flip flops from Swahili Modern. Shoppers can stock up on numerous items from specialty greeting cards to Italian linen hostess napkins, as well as purchase a bottle of the hotel’s famous private-label wine blended by the property’s master sommelier. But before uncorking a bottle, stop by the shop’s new coffee bar. “When we changed out News & Gourmet our goal was to make this a real Seattle-style coffee shop,” says John Zoller, senior vice president of retail operations. That meant bringing a Modbar system to the coffee shop to pump out espresso and pour-over favorites. And, of course, there’s no News & Gourmet without its bookstore. Browse a handful of bestsellers and the latest magazines before heading out to the Palm Courtyard or the pool. Or snag a coffee table book from Assouline to add that final comforting touch in your home.
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Shop the editors’ favorites: DOLCE & GABBANNA X SMEG electric tea kettle; $800
DINOSAUR DESIGNS resin stone servers; $134
MICHAEL ARAM butterfly ginkgo small cheese board and knife; $200
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Hai House Dive into Pan-Asian favorites on Worth Avenue By Melissa Puppo
alm Beachers have longed for a “The original food concept was restaurant to open on Palm Beach modern Chinese American,” Bornia says. Island for when cravings of dim “What we discovered by listening to our sum and Mongolian beef hit. Sure, there’s guests is that they are looking for a more the option of carrying out noodles and rice regional, Pan-Asian palette.” all bundled into tiny cartons to take home Hai House will be expanding flavors (more on that below), but the real star is to include a regional approach. Think Hai House and its savory offerings of PanShanghai stuffed peppers and a tofu and Asian fare. Collab Hospitality Shanghai Stuffed owner Manuel “Manny” Peppers Bornia brought the concept to Palm Beach in December. It sits tucked away on the second floor of Worth Avenue’s Esplanade. And while Palm Beach experienced its usual summer dining slow down, Hai House worked to reimagine its menu for the new season.
tomato small plate. Palm Beachers need not worry, though; several island favorites will remain like General Tso’s chicken, Smoked Char Sui Ribs (crispy garlic and scallion) and the Palm Beach Fried Rice with bites of king crab and gold leaf poached egg. And, of course, there’s the whole Peking duck. It takes two days to dry and roast before it’s carved and then served with a scallion salad, housemade hoisin sauce and a choice of steamed buns or pancakes. At press time, Hai House planned to open a sister takeout spot for those interested in grab-and-go options. Diners can expect a menu that focuses on traditional takeout staples like noodles, fast-casual Asian specialties and sushi.
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2019 Join us for live entertainment, festive decorations, and a costume contest* featuring extravagant hotel, spa, and dining prizes. Limited seating available.
Make your reservations early. Call 561-249-4023
At The Seagate Hotel, 1000 E. Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach *Judging will commence at 11 p.m. (must be signed in and present one hour before judging begins in order to enter costume contest). The contest will be mediated by our entertainment professionals. The top three costumes will be voted on by fellow guests. The loudest applause wins!
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1. WORK DUDS Anything by LoveShackFancy, Chanel sandals and plenty of colorful shell bracelets 2. SIGNATURE ACCESSORY The SCL duffle. We’re always on the go, and it makes travel so easy and organized.
3. GASTRO GO-TOS Pizza Al Fresco has the best atmosphere and Nutella pizza. For something more casual, you can find us at Flanigan’s in West Palm Beach.
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4. HAPPY MEALS Veal Milanese at Sant Ambroeus and our grandma’s famous pumpkin cake 5. DRINK DU JOUR A glass of rosé or a fountain Diet Coke 6. SNACK ON A smoothie from Celis Produce (Libby) and a black and white cookie from TooJay’s Deli (Kendall)
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Kendall and Libby Glazer 20 things to know about the stylish sisters
oveted by globetrotters, millennials and OCD orga14 nizers, Stoney Clover Lane’s playful patches and mélange of handbags in cool textures and cheery shades provide endless opportunity for sartorial self-expression. In 2009, Palm Beachers Kendall and Libby Glazer were 17 and 15, respectively, when they hatched the lifestyle brand that now counts celebs like Jessica Alba and Miley Cyrus as clients. Original offerings included bespoke, beaded charm bracelets the sisters hand-strung in their bedrooms for family, friends and classmates. When songbirds like Carrie Underwood, Taylor Swift and Justin Bieber (yes, Justin Bieber) were photographed wearing their calorie-free wrist candy, they knew they had a hit on their hands. While pursuing degrees at Tulane University, Kendall and Libby swapped taking summer internships for opening accessory pop-ups around Los Angeles and New York City instead. Paying homage to their love of wanderlust and personalization, the duo debuted a collection of cheeky patches (think varsity letters, unicorns and retro-inspired travel stickers) in 2015, followed by a line of travel bags, pouches and accessories in citrusy and tropical hues. Taking a cue from their island upbringing, they opened their first brick-and-mortar store in November 2018 at The Royal Poinciana Plaza, then an outpost on Main Street in East Hampton six months later. Imbued with a relaxed, beachy vibe, both boutiques house signature wares as well as brands and products the Glazers love, like Lele Sadoughi headbands, Patchology masks and Petite ‘n Pretty kids makeup. Comfortably ensconced in their NoMad neighborhood office, 15 the congenial twenty-something CEOs remain intimately involved in every facet of their business. While most responsibilities are shared, each shines in her own way. “Libby really enjoys 1 discovering and curating third-party product for the stores, and I love chatting with customers directly in real-time,” Kendall says. Today, when they’re not reviewing store designs or dreaming up limited-edition collaborations with companies like Disney, the sisters relish visiting their parents in Palm Beach and New Orleans, supporting charities close to their hearts and spending time with their dogs, Tiger and Eloise. — Kerry Shorr
7. PRETTY PIPES Taylor Swift 8. SHORE PATROL Our favorite boat from the Hamptons is now in Palm Beach during season. We love to go out for a sail on The Heron with friends and family. 9. STRESS RELIEVER A massage at The Breakers Palm Beach 10. PERFECT GETAWAY Anytime all of our cousins are in town or when our friends want to escape the New York cold and come with us to Palm Beach. 11. IN THEIR HANDBAGS A Mophie, cell phone and about 10 lip glosses 12. LOVE TO SHOP AT PB Girls Club and Rapunzel’s Closet 13. BEST THING ABOUT PALM BEACH Its proximity to everything. You can shop, go to the beach, spa, bike and swim in just a few hours. 14. PALM BEACH PICK Spending the day at The Breakers Palm Beach. It’s our home away from home. 15. PERSONAL PASSION Watching sports 16. FAVORITE ESCAPES The Beverly Hills Hotel, Hôtel Ritz Paris and Walt Disney World 17. NEXT TRAVEL DESTINATION Amangiri 18. SOMETHING SECRET Not only are we sisters who work together, we’re best friends. 19. WORDS TO LIVE BY “Faith is believing in something when common sense tells you not to.” - Miracle on 34th Street 20. WHEN THEY’RE NOT IN THE OFFICE We might be eating outside at Mr. Chow if it’s a nice day in New York City.
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Carving Their Own Path CATE KELLY AND KIM VANDERPOL SHARE THEIR SURFBOARDS (AND COFFEE) WITH LOCALS. By Tracy Marcello Photography by Kenrick Mills
t’s not often one meets their business partner when they’re 2 years old, but that’s how it went for Jupiter natives and lifelong friends Cate Kelly and Kim Vanderpol. As next-door neighbors living across the street from Jupiter’s beaches, it seemed the two were destined for a life near the water—and one another. “We were always playing in the ocean,” says Vanderpol, who along with Kelly owns and operates Carve Surf and Coffee in Tequesta. “We started surfing competitively in ESA and NSSA in our early teens, and we would see how the Californian and Hawaiian girls were surfing. That was the one thing we looked forward to, and it stayed a hobby and overall lifestyle.” The friends often reminisced on those times after choosing careers at IT companies, but something kept pulling them back to the water. One evening, Kelly and Vanderpol decided to write down everything they spent their lives enjoying and three things kept reappearing: surfing, the beach and communal rituals, like drinking coffee. “We needed to take life into our own hands and do something fun,” Vanderpol recalls of the business plan they created after that initial brainstorming session. “The coffee community is all about sharing time together, and the surf community is really tight-knit and extends out of the water. We felt the two fit together really nicely.” Carve, which opened in January, blends the duo’s passions into a coffee shop and surf club—a program that gives members access to nearly two dozen surfboards (along with a board bag, recycled leashes and fins) whenever the surf’s up. The recycled foam and plant-based resin boards were custom-built with the environment in mind. “Historically, surfboards have been made with materials that ultimately pollute our oceans,” Vanderpol says. “Over time, people developed plant-based resins and discovered that you can ride a surfboard made with recycled 32
foam instead of virgin foam.” Vanderpol and Kelly worked with two local shapers who created thicker boards specifically for Florida’s smaller waves using eco-friendly materials the women helped source. “[The shapers] had never used these materials before, so it was cool because we were introducing them to more sustainable ways to shape their surfboards,” Vanderpol says. The inventory is ecoboard-certified through California non-profit Sustainable Surf, and now, members can enjoy riding the waves on ocean-friendly boards without shelling out hundreds of dollars for one that may not suit their needs or standards. “We don’t sell the boards; we have this membership aspect,” Vanderpol explains of the club, which costs $99 a month or $45 for a day. “It’s sort of like a boat club, but for surfboards. There’s an experimental aspect to it that makes it fun and helps people discover new [boards] that they otherwise wouldn’t have been able to try.”
And then there’s the coffee. The owners wanted to bring something different to the area while still offering a South Florida product, and Miami’s Panther Coffee seemed like a perfect fit. Pair that with empanadas from Tartastic in Boca Raton, and vegan, glutenfree pastries from Importico’s Bakery Cafe in Stuart, along with a Wednesday evening yoga class, and the duo offers a space surfers and non-surfers alike can enjoy. “We are really thoughtful and specific about the items we carry,” Vanderpol says. “We have two requirements, either that it’s locally made or sustainably made. It’s taken us a while to build up our offerings, and we still have a lot of room to grow.” For now, the women run the business solo and take turns hitting the beach they grew up loving. “We split every day so one person has the morning off and one person has the afternoon off, and usually the other person is in the water,” Vanderpol says. “They might show up to their shift with wet, sandy hair.” gulfstreammediagroup.com
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Slip into Serenity at The Shore Club The only Long Bay Beach property in Providenciales offers an ideal getaway for guests wanting to come and go unnoticed. By A LY S S A M O R L A C C I
t’s curious how at The Shore Club in Turks and Caicos during an early morning spent sipping coffee on the balcony, there is no people watching to be done. There’s only the show the sun puts on as it rises above the east shore on Long Bay Beach, making the water below glitter like sequins under stage lights. Sightings of staff seem rare, but this isn’t because they aren’t there. They appear when you need them; ghosts when you don’t. It’s the reason you’ve never seen the maintenance worker before until he knocks on your suite door to fix that flickering light bulb you didn’t notice until now. High levels of service here are accomplished using a tunnel system beneath the resort, much like the method used at theme parks like Disney World. Though, this secret passageway has two uses. It doubles as a walkway for resort employees and an entrance for visitors of the property who want to arrive in secrecy. High-profile guests can be shuttled from the parking lot straight to one of the on-property villas that house up to 14 guests at a time. Arriving through the basement, an elevator lifts them to the first floor by the kitchen, which is fully stocked in advance of their stay. A resort chef can prepare intimate meals inside the expansive, open space
while guests enjoy their pool, an outdoor shower, courtyard and terrace. Other perks include private butler services to kiteboarding lessons. Since the first villas debuted nearly two years ago, guests have ranged from A-list actors, to wedding parties, to swimsuit companies shooting their next catalog. At press time, the final two villas of the six-villa collection were on track to open by December, and while they have their apparent advantages, guests of the 106 ocean-view junior suites, one-, two- and three-bedroom suites, and two penthouses on property are equally spoiled. There are four on-site pools; a wellness center; the Dune Spa; and Sui-Ren, a Japanese-Peruvian fusion restaurant serving a variety of dishes from sushi rolls to ceviche. The Caribbean-chic property was developed by Hartling Group, which is known for a signature style that seamlessly blends interiors and exteriors. This theme can be found at sister properties on the island, including The Sands at Grace Bay and The Palms Turks and Caicos. Guests at The Shore Club can visit both resorts using a free shuttle service that picks up at the lobby. (above) An onproperty villa can accommodate up to 14 guests.
Before departing from the island, guests should make a reservation at The Palms’ Parallel 23. The al fresco restaurant looks like a European courtyard, and the menu is indulgent with appetizers like tuna tartar and chicken satay, to main courses like the Caicos Bank Grouper served on a bed of chickpea, turmeric cream and arugula. Turndown service at The Shore Club includes a neatly tucked bed with slippers set to each side, a bottle of water and a chocolate on the nightstand, and a quote on a square piece of cardstock. “Live the story you want to tell,” one says. Of course, those staying at the resort have already met this challenge.
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(clockwise from left) Sea Grapes pool; a suite at The Shore Club overlooking the beach; Sui-Ren, the resort’s Japanese-Peruvian fusion restaurant. (above) Guestroom with views of Long Bay Beach.
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Tattoo: The Renaissance of Body Art In the last 55 years, a revival of ink on skin has swept through cultures worldwide. Visitors to this exhibition at Tequesta’s Lighthouse ArtCenter Gallery enjoy original artwork by the iconic Ed Hardy and Sailor Jerry, as well as historic equipment, vintage and contemporary flash, photography, 2-D and 3-D tattoo-inspired fine art and custom styled motorcycles by the legendary Ron Finch.
Lighthouse ArtCenter Gallery, 373 Tequesta Drive September 3 - November 2, 2019 Monday - Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. • Sat., Sun. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Free admission for members • $5 for non-members “Nearly” Nude Runway Show: October 17, 2019 Purchase $50 tickets: lighthousearts.org or 561-746-3101
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Rock the Roses finale Benefitting the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Chasin A Dream Foundation’s Pumpkin Fest returns for the 4th year at Harbourside Place. This free family fun day has children dressing in costume and trick-or-treating to over 50 vendors and shops. Each of the vendor booths will have interactive activities to entertain the children. The event features a large pumpkin patch ($10 donation to Chasin A Dream Foundation), a kids costume contest with prizes for each of three age groups, face painting, fairy hair, food and drink. In addition, Bravo Cucina will be donating 10% of their breakfast sales to Chasin A Dream Foundation that day and Kula Shala Yoga will be hosting a yoga event following Pumpkin Fest on the Harbourside Rooftop with a portion of proceeds being donated to Chasin A Dream Foundation.
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Come out and join us as we celebrate the class of 2019 Honorees who are dedicated candidates engaging in an exciting 6 week competition. Every dollar raised counts as ONE VOTE and the titles of “Top Honoree” are awarded to the candidates with the most votes at the finale. Rock the Roses also serves as the area’s newest beverage and food pairing competition. It will kick off at 7:00 p.m. with custom craft beers from American Craft Aleworks and food pairings from some of your favorite local restaurants. It will also include dancing, silent auction and the awards.
Friday, October 25 at 7 pm. Lake Pavilion, Downtown West Palm Beach Tickets: $75 • Sponsorships and donations for the auctions are still open! Visit finest.cff.org/rocktheroses or call 561.683.9965.
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Family fortunes: Keeping the family together through generational transitions
Generations of families have wrestled with the same issue–how to keep the family together through generational transitions and transfer of significant wealth while respecting the needs and opinions of all generations. Families are concerned about more than being able to manage, grow and sustain financial assets, or the challenges of operating a family business or enterprise. They want to nurture and maintain family ties from generation to generation as the family grows and changes. Talking about wealth and developing a shared vision and purpose for the future can be challenges, but they are not insurmountable. Common themes are often raised, including: • Maintaining family harmony and making decisions together about shared assets while respecting differences of opinion. • Supporting younger generations so they can follow their passions and maintain a sense of purpose in the presence of family success. • Preparing younger generations to be engaged stewards of family wealth or creators of new opportunities for the family enterprise. Each generation may have its own set of concerns. Some family members may feel that too much focus on family wealth may create a sense of entitlement or lead to a lack of ambition among younger generations. Parents may have concerns about selecting one of their children to lead the family business when they love all their family equally. There may be concerns about the financial impact if children get divorced, or what 1 2
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a divorce? Are partners or significant others included in the definition? It’s a continuous and evolving journey. Some families choose to create a family constitution, which is not a legally enforceable agreement, but more of a “family pact” that brings clarity and offers a guide for working together. Create a sense of responsibility through shared decision-making. “Success revolves around developing a family mission statement and a set of guidelines that will help when conflicts occur,” advises Sal Tiano. Having a plan in place enables families to build confidence and help individual members become stewards for future generations. This process begins with communication and discussion, as well as formulating a way to make decisions together. Rely on a strong and experienced advisor. Working with an experienced advisor who is knowledgeable about the needs of families when it comes to generational transitions is essential to achieving a successful outcome for the entire family. Sal Tiano, Louise Armour and John Smyth of Tiano, Armour & Smyth Wealth Managers at J.P. Morgan Securities are members of an industry-recognized team with a collective 85plus years of wealth management experience. The team, whose common goal is “client first,” was recently named to Barron’s Top 50 Private Wealth Management Teams for 2019.
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THE UNSUNG HEROES AMONG US
IF YOU’RE LOOKING FOR INSPIRATION, FOR STORIES OF PEOPLE WHO SELFLESSLY HELP OTHER PEOPLE—WE’VE FOUND A FEW GOOD ONES. By Eric Barton Photography By Austen Amacker
o doubt the word “hero” has gotten as watered down as a glass of lemonade left in the Florida sun. This idea that there are those who walk among us lifting others up at their own expense, who do good deeds just for the sake of good deeds—do they actually still exist?
Yes, it turns out, there still are legit heroes. We’re talking about the people who toil every day and give up their nights and weekends to see a cause they care about thrive. In fact, we’ve found a few, our neighbors from north Palm Beach County. Here, friends, are a few bonafide heroes.
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hen Paco Vélez was a kid growing up in Eagle Pass, Texas, he had a grandfather who owned a modest hotel. Locals knew they could go there when they were desperate, and Vélez recalls seeing his grandfather mowing someone’s lawn or painting their house—odd jobs or small gifts that helped them get by. His grandfather didn’t talk about it much, but Vélez says he picked up on something. “I saw how peaceful and happy he was serving others,” he says. When Vélez stumbled into a job at the food bank in San Antonio in 2000, he thought back on his grandfather’s sense of peace while helping other people. Vélez found it himself in those early days at the pantry. “I realized that this is my calling. This is where I want to be. This is where I should be,” he says. In 2012, Vélez took over as President and CEO of Feeding
South Florida, a non-profit that provides food to 300-plus agencies that help the hungry, 47 of them in northern Palm Beach County. Here, we have an odd dichotomy, a county that has both vast wealth and poverty; we also have a distinct connection to food, being the largest agriculture county east of the Mississippi. Many of those who need food provided by non-profits also pick produce in Palm Beach County fields, serve it at our restaurants and stock the shelves in our supermarkets. It’s easy, Vélez says, to live where we do and assume nobody goes hungry. “People look at a place like Jupiter and think it’s OK because it’s generally wealthy. But there are many people here who live below the poverty level.” Aside from the massive undertaking of delivering 50 million pounds and counting of food, Vélez says it’s his mission to change that misconception, to show that hunger looks the same no matter where you live.
ust recently, a 13-year-old girl handed Karen Hilo an illustrated booklet she had made. It’s part of the counseling process at the non-profit Hilo runs, an exercise where kids tell their stories through pictures to process tragedy. The father who’s now in prison had sexually abused the girl and her brother. Hilo looked through the booklet, detailing the awfulness of the girl’s young life, and then saw something she wasn’t expecting. “I get to the end, and this little 13-year-old girl is saying she’s not a victim; that she’s going to be a victor,” Hilo says. “That was her words: I am a victor.” It was a moment for Hilo that highlighted why she took on such a tough assignment nearly four years ago. Back then, she was a consultant who helped non-profits that were often distressed improve operating efficiency and performance. Center for Family Services of Palm Beach County, which provides mental health services and parenting education to at-risk children, adults and families,
brought her on to complete a comprehensive program evaluation. Hilo was so taken by the mission that she agreed to come on as CEO. Having grown up in a family wrecked by divorce, she knew the need of mental health services. But the organization was facing a financial collapse without something drastic. At the time, it was running a homeless shelter that was draining nearly all of the donations, and so Hilo worked with the County and a leading homelessness prevention agency to get back on track, allowing Center for Family Services to concentrate on one core mission of providing mental health services. “It was nothing short of a miracle that we were able to find someone to take over the shelter,” Hilo says. Now, the organization is looking at what’s next, considering adding the ability to do counseling via video conferencing, which would allow it to greatly increase its reach. She says it’s a lot like that 13-year-old girl who became a victor: They get to rewrite the future chapters of their story.
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f there’s one thing you’ll hear regularly about working for nonprofits, it’s that it is a high-burnout-rate job, where it’s too easy to get downtrodden by failures from watching people who just can’t seem to climb out of poverty or homelessness. But not Kathy Spencer, who spent 22 years as a social worker for Goodwill Industries with a bubbly, always-happy approach, forever a sentence or two away from a laugh. “I guess I’ve always been an optimist and able to see the good side,” she says, with, of course, a laugh. Her last day on the job was Sept. 30. Retiring at 68 years old, she’s taking on a new job of helping raise her grandkids. “The pay stinks, but the benefits are wonderful,” she says. Spencer isn’t really sure how she ended up doing her job for so long. She grew up in a Vermont town “with more cows than
people” and never suffered from the poverty that she’s seen in so many clients over the past two decades. “I had it pretty easy in my life, and that’s not true for everyone I work with,” she says. In the end, she retired as a vice president, but her favorite part has always been working with the people Goodwill serves, trying to solve the puzzle of how to help the homeless get back on their feet. She has seen many of them fail—lots of them she thought would make it come back—but yet, she says she has always thrived on the ones who find a way out. She says her job was fairly simple: to find out what her clients’ hopes and dreams were, and often, to help them for the first time figure out that they can achieve them. “To see the success of people who have not had much support in their past, it’s a wonderful thing,” she says. “It’s a blessing.”
BRENDA AND FRED TEETS
here was a moment not long ago when Brenda and Fred Teets came to a sudden stop outside Publix. In front of them were two kids, and the couple weren’t sure what would happen next. Nine years before, the Teets were at church one Sunday when a fellow parishioner stood up and begged for help. A new non-profit called Family Promise desperately needed volunteers. Retired for 21 years and living in West Palm Beach, the Teets—Fred (80) and Brenda (79)—started doing what they could at the charity, which helps homeless families with jobs, housing and generally just getting back to normal life. “Now that we’re retired, we’re spending a large portion of our time volunteering for several organizations,” says Fred, an engineer who climbed through the ranks of DuPont back in Delaware. “But Family Promise is the thing we give the most energy because we can work directly with families.” About seven years ago now, a father of twins walked into Family Promise with a stroller, two suitcases and nothing else.
The non-profit helped him get a job, but he had nowhere for the kids to go in the afternoon. So, the Teets picked the kids up and brought them to their home. “They were on the street, the children,” Brenda recalls. “It just breaks your heart. I mean this shouldn’t happen in the United States.” As the Teets walked out of Publix recently, they saw the twins. It had been years, although they had been getting updates that they were doing well and excelling in school. The Teets stopped a minute, unsure they would recognize them. “Mr. Fred! Mrs. Brenda!” the kids yelled out, before jumping into their arms. “I’ll tell you, the tears flowed,” Brenda recalls. It is, they both say, the only reason they give so much time to helping others. “We certainly didn’t do it for recognition,” Brenda says. “We did it because it’s what you’re supposed to do.” OCTOBER 2019
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arti LaTour grew up in suburban Chicago, the fourth of five siblings, with woods and horses and a loving family. She’s never been broke or hungry. LaTour says she volunteers based on a simple principle: “Everybody has to feel like they’re giving back in some way. It has to have a very personal connection and make you feel like you can bring something to the table, like you’re making a difference.” It started for LaTour in 2012 when she was at an event and someone from the upstart Palm Beach County Food Bank stopped her. The non-profit began with the CEO delivering food from his van, and it needed people who could help it scale up. LaTour realized she had two big qualifications. She had spent years in the food industry as an executive for PepsiCo, but she left that job to work for an organization that helps female-run startups get funding. She knew about food, and she knew about startups, and so she joined the food bank’s board. Seven years later, the food bank has grown to an organization that provides 5 million pounds of food annually to
those in need. But LaTour, now the board chair, says they still have a long way to go: the county remains 78 million pounds of food short of what’s needed, and 200,000 people here regularly don’t know where they’re getting their next meal. Nowadays, LaTour is on a mission to find the food bank a new location, as it long-ago outgrew the current space. “We need $3 million, and I keep joking that in our wealthy county, what’s $3 million?” Beyond just growth, LaTour says the organization also needs to change a perception of the types of people it serves. Recently, an elderly woman called the food bank to thank them for helping her. “She had survived the Holocaust, survived getting to America, and she said she would survive this, too,” LaTour says. “It makes you realize that if it can happen to this woman at her age with all she’s gone through, it can happen to anyone, at any point in your life.”
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Courtney Miller, PhD Associate Professor, Departments of Neuroscience and Molecular Medicine
“The Surprising Science of Memory Erasure” Wednesday, February 19, 2020 | 4-6 pm
Matthew Disney, PhD Professor, Department of Chemistry
“Advancing Precision Medicines to Stop Cancer, ALS, Muscular Dystrophy and More” Wednesday, March 18, 2020 | 4-6 pm Michael Farzan, PhD Co-Chair, Department of Immunology and Microbiology
“Next-Generation Vaccines to Stop HIV, Influenza, Zika and Beyond” Wednesday, April 22, 2020 | 4-6 pm
Rodney B. Fink Education Pavilion 120 Scripps Way, Building B, Jupiter, FL 33458 The event is free and open to the public, but seating is limited. RSVP today to reserve your space at scripps.edu/frontrowfl. For questions or more information, call (561) 228-2084 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Charity D A T E B O O K 4KIDS 2717 W. Cypress Creek Road Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309 Ph: 954.979.7911
Achievement Centers for Children & Families Foundation 555 NW Fourth St. Delray Beach, FL 33444 Ph: 561.266.0003
Adopt-A-Family of the Palm Beaches, Inc. 1712 Second Ave. N. Lake Worth, FL 33460 Ph: 561.253.1361
President: Kevin Enders Year Founded: 1997 Info: 4KIDS is propelled by the vision of a home for every child. Since 1997, more than 25,000 lives have been impacted through hope, homes and healing. 4KIDS families in Broward, Palm Beach and the Treasure Coast counties give love and refuge to our community’s most vulnerable children every day. Through the 4KIDS EPIC Therapeutic Approach, kids and young adults are learning to break cycles and thrive. Oct. 14 10th Annual South Florida Orphans Classic; Coral Ridge Country Club Nov. 9 Clays 4KIDS; OK Corral Gun Club Feb. 14 Galentine’s Day Brunch; Fort Lauderdale, Palm Beach and the Treasure Coast
Chief Executive Officer: Stephanie Seibel Event and Communications Director: Jessica Hall Year Founded: 1969 Info: Celebrating its 50th year, Achievement Centers for Children & Families is a community-based organization dedicated to serving under-resourced children and families. Programs are designed to meet a child’s academic, social, emotional and physical needs. Participation in programs benefits children and families on multiple levels from nurturing healthy development to providing a safe environment for out-of-school time. Interested in volunteering? Please contact jgregoire@ delraychild.org Oct. 26 Witches of Delray; 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.; Delray Beach City Hall; $25 Dec. 2 Swing For A Cause; 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Seagate Golf & Country Club; $5,000 March 11 19th Annual Delray Beach Home Tour; 10 a.m. 4 p.m.; Lake Ida Neighborhood of Delray Beach; $100
Board Chair: Penny Heller CEO: Matt Constantine Year Founded: 1983 Info: Adopt-A-Family of the Palm Beaches, Inc. is dedicated to providing programs, services and solutions to homeless and at-risk families experiencing a crisis to achieve stability and self-sufficiency. The organization continuously creates innovative programs designed to increase opportunities that help achieve stability and self-sufficiency, including its newest effort, the “Hope Begins with a Home” campaign to build Third Avenue Homes; an education-centric housing program with 14 units of housing and a community center to provide families with the tools they need to break the cycle of homelessness. Dec. 3 Adopt-A-Family 35th Annual Tree Lighting Celebration; 6:30 p.m.; The Sailfish Club; $350 Spring Better Ball Golf Tournament; West Palm Beach
Aid to Victims of Domestic Abuse, Inc.
Alliance for Eating Disorders Awareness
Alpert Jewish Family Service
PO Box 6161 Delray Beach, FL 33482 Ph: 561.265.3797
1649 Forum Place, Ste. 2 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Ph: 561.841.0900
5841 Corporate Way, Ste. 200 West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Ph: 561.684.1991
President and CEO: Pam O’Brien Year Founded: 1985 Info: AVDA promotes violence-free relationships and social change by offering alternative choices to end violence and domestic abuse. Oct. 1 Investing in a Violence-Free Future Breakfast; 7:30 p.m. to 9 a.m.; Delray Beach Golf Club; free Jan. 11 20th Annual Race for Hope; 6:30 a.m. to 10 a.m.; John Prince Park, Center Pavilion; $10 to $35 Feb. 26 13th Annual Heart of a Woman Luncheon; 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.; Royal Palm Yacht Club; $175, $1,750/table
CEO and Founder: Johanna Kandel Chair of the Board of Directors: Leah Wypych Year Founded: 2000 Info: The Alliance for Eating Disorders Awareness is a national non-profit organization dedicated to providing programs and activities aimed at outreach, education, early intervention and advocacy for all eating disorders. Founded in October 2000, The Alliance has worked tirelessly to raise awareness; eliminate secrecy and stigma; promote access to care; and support those susceptible to, currently struggling with and recovering from eating disorders. Oct. 21 Second Annual Courses & Conversations; 6:30 p.m.; Meat Market Palm Beach; $250 Feb. 10 10th Annual Valentine’s Treats & Sweets; 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., VIP from noon to 1 p.m.; Flagler Museum; $150, $300/VIP Feb. 29 Ninth Annual “Not One More” – The Alliance Walk for Eating Disorder Awareness; 9 a.m.; Sunset Cove Amphitheater; $25
Board President: Michael A. Lampert Year Founded: 1974 Info: Alpert Jewish Family Service is a nationally-accredited, non-profit organization serving the Greater Palm Beaches since 1974. Its services address the well-being of children and families, the independence and care of older adults, and the optimal quality of life for individuals with disabilities. Its comprehensive approach to caring for individuals and families is the reason why so many turn to Alpert JFS during challenging times in their lives. Feb. 25 16th Annual No Excuse for Abuse Luncheon; 11:30 a.m.; Kravis Center Cohen Pavilion; $225 March 12 The Road to Resilience Luncheon: Mental Health and Addiction; Wycliffe Country Club; $118 April 23 The Alpert Cup; Inaugural Alpert JFS Golf Tournament; High Ridge Country Club
Charity D A T E B O O K Alzheimer’s Community Care 800 Northpoint Parkway, Ste. 101B West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Ph: 561.683.2700
American Heart Association - Palm Beach County 2300 Centrepark W. Drive West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Ph: 561.697.6626
American Humane 241 Bradley Place, Ste. C Palm Beach, FL 33480 Ph: 561.537.5887
President and CEO: Mary M. Barnes Year Founded: 1996 Info: Alzheimer’s Community Care is dedicated to promoting and providing community-based, family-centered care for patients and their caregivers living with neurocognitive disorders, through the belief, that where there is help, there is hope. Nov. 20 Lighten Your Load Caregiver Forum; 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Blake Library; free Jan. 16 Treasure Coast Seasons of Life Luncheon - Summertime; 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.; Harbour Ridge Yacht and Country Club; $125 Feb. 12 Palm Beach Seasons of Life Luncheon - Summertime; 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.; The Beach Club; $200
Board Chair: Melissa Mickle President of the Board: Darryl Miller, MD Year Founded: 1924 Info: The American Heart Association is a relentless force for a world of longer, healthier lives. We are dedicated to ensuring equitable health in our community. Through collaboration with numerous organizations, and powered by millions of volunteers, we fund innovative research, advocate for the public’s health and share lifesaving resources. Nov. 16 Palm Beach County Heart Walk; 8 a.m.; Meyer Amphitheatre; free Feb. 14 Palm Beach Heart Ball; 6:30 p.m.; The Breakers Palm Beach; $875 April 3 Go Red for Women Luncheon; 11 a.m.; PGA National Resort and Spa; $275
President and CEO: Dr. Robin Ganzert SVP and Chief Operating Officer: Jack Hubbard Year Founded: 1877 Info: For more than 100 years, American Humane has been first in promoting the welfare and safety of animals and strengthening the bond between animals and people. We are first to serve, wherever animals are in need of rescue, shelter, protection or security. Through our innovative leadership initiatives— from our “No Animals Were Harmed” program in Hollywood to broad-based farm and conservation animal welfare certifications, to rapid response rescue and care across the country—American Humane sets the gold standard as the most visionary and effective animal welfare organization in the nation. Jan. 23 American Humane Pups4Patriots Military Gala; 6 p.m.; Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa; $350 Feb. 24 American Humane Hero Dog Awards Gala Luncheon; 11:30 a.m.; The Sailfish Club of Florida; $300
Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens
The ARC of Martin County
The Arc of Palm Beach County
253 Barcelona Road West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Ph: 561.832.5328
2001 S. Kanner Highway Stuart, FL 34994 Ph: 772.283.2525
1201 Australian Ave. Riviera Beach, FL 33404 Ph: 561.842.3213
Board Chairman: Frances Fisher Year Founded: 1977 Info: The Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, Inc. is a non-profit foundation established in 1977 by resident sculptor Ann Weaver Norton (1905-1982). An urban sanctuary of almost two acres, the compound comprises Norton’s historic house with exhibition galleries, her studio, monumental sculptures and tropical gardens of rare palms and cycads. Nov. 16 Third Annual Sculpture in Motion: The Art of Pre- and Post-War Automobiles; Day: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Evening: 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.; Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens; Day: $25/adults, $15/members, $8/children Evening: $200/members, $275/non-member Dec. 15 Holiday Jazz Tribute Honoring Veterans- The Inaugural Jazz in the Gardens; 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.; Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens Jan. 8 An Evening of Music and Art in the Gardens - Performance by John Lloyd-Young; 6 p.m.; Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens; $500 includes Gardens Conservancy membership
President and CEO: Keith Muniz Chief Operations Officer: Danielle SextonWills Year Founded: 1956 Info: We are a 501(c)(3) non-for-profit organization dedicated to empowering children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities to achieve their fullest potential through residential, vocational, educational, behavioral and other healthcare services. Our goal is to provide support, assistance and training that will enhance the abilities for those with disabilities to thrive each day. Please call for information on volunteer opportunities. Nov. 2 Swinging Fore The ARC Golf Tournament; 7:30 a.m.; Piper’s Landing Yacht & Country Club; Tickets from $300 April 18 The ARC of Martin County Evening of Entertainment; 6 p.m.; Hutchinson Shores Resort & Spa June 13 ARC’s Seventh Annual KDW Fishing Tournament; 7 a.m.; Port Salerno Manatee Island Bar & Grill
President and CEO: Kimberly McCarten Year Founded: 1958 Info: The Arc of Palm Beach County envisions a community where every person feels welcome, connected and well cared for. We are changing the conversation around disabilities by defying definitions, inspiring possibilities and improving the lives of the people we serve, their families and our community. March 7 Off the Wall Gala; 6:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.; Norton Museum of Art; $500 Fun takes shape at the Off the Wall Gala, benefiting The Arc of Palm Beach County. Ballgowns and bow ties are not required, but exhibiting your creativity is essential. Works by the masters serve as the backdrop for this colorful evening at the Norton Museum of Art. Dine, dance and watch art come to life as The Arc goes Off the Wall. April 14 The Arc Invitational; 9 a.m. Shotgun Scramble; The Dye Preserve Golf Club; $750, $2,500/foursome
Charity D A T E B O O K Artists and Charities Hand in Hand 230 Flanders E. Delray Beach, FL 33484 Ph: 415.419.4292
Ballet Palm Beach
The Benjamin School
10357 Ironwood Road Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 Ph: 561.630.8235
11000 Ellison Wilson Road North Palm Beach, FL 33408 Ph: 561.472.3451
Founder/Curator: Ingrid Robinson Year Founded: 2018 Info: Our mission is to provide artists a first-class, fine art show venue with access to art buyers and collectors while accelerating fundraising for local worthwhile charities. Our inaugural Fine Art Show featuring 100 artists will debut in West Palm Beach and will benefit three charity partners: Armory Art Center, Dreyfoos School of the Arts Foundation and Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League. Nov. 2, 3 Artists and Charities Hand in Hand Fine Art Show; 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Palm Beach County Convention Center; free, $10 donation suggested
Founding Artistic Director: Colleen Smith Year Founded: 2001 Info: Ballet Palm Beach is dedicated to preserving the art of classical ballet, cultivating new visions in choreography, impacting the next generation and enriching the community. The professional non-profit ballet company of the Palm Beaches enhances the community through main stage performances and outreach programs. Join Friends of Ballet Palm Beach, a volunteer group that assists with events and the ballet boutique at performances. Nov. 2 to 3 “Cinderella”; Times vary; Rinker Playhouse, Kravis Center; $42 Dec. 6 to 7 “The Nutcracker”; Times vary; Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center; Prices vary Jan. 31 Ballet Palm Beach Cocktail Fundraiser; Anka Palitz, Honorary Chair; Theodora Aspegren and Robert Bailey, Co-Chairs; 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.; Rinker Playhouse, Kravis Center; $200
Interim Head of School: Thomas J. Reid Year Founded: 1960 Info: The mission of The Benjamin School is to provide a challenging college preparatory education to a diverse student body in a structured, nurturing community environment. The School motivates students to master the skills of learning, communicating and evaluating choices, and encourages them to grow intellectually, socially, morally, aesthetically, and physically to their fullest individual potential. Benjamin inspires its students to develop a coherent set of values that includes love of learning, personal responsibility, self-motivation, concern for others and a commitment to serve society. Nov. 8 Lower School Open House; 8 a.m.; Lower/Middle School Campus; Free Nov. 15 Upper School Open House; 8 a.m.; Upper School Campus; Free March 14 BASH Gala; 6:30 p.m.; Pelican Club; $350
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Palm Beach and Martin Counties 101 SE Central Parkway Stuart, FL 34994 Ph: 561.727.3450
Big Dog Ranch Rescue Foundation 14444 Okeechobee Blvd. Loxahatchee Groves, FL 33470 Ph: 561.651.9147
Boca Helping Hands 1500 NW First Court Boca Raton, FL 33432 United States Ph: 561.417.0913
CEO: Yvette Flores Acevedo Vice President of Programs: Katie Knapfel Year Founded: 1986 Info: Big Brothers Big Sisters of Palm Beach and Martin Counties is a mentoring organization founded in 1986, expanding into the Palm Beaches in 2010. Our mission is to create and support one-to-one mentoring relationships that ignite the power and promise of youth. Being a Big Brother or Big Sister is one of the most enjoyable and fulfilling things someone will ever do. Volunteers can mentor at their place of business, select schools or out in the community. For just a few hours a month, mentors have the opportunity to help a child (ages 6 to 18) achieve their potential. Oct. 15 The Big Taste of Martin County; 5:30 p.m.; Stuart Jet Center; $45 Dec. 5, 6 Santa Open Golf Tournament; Thursday 6 p.m. party, Friday 9 a.m. shotgun start; Stuart Yacht & Country Club; Ticket prices vary April 4 Bowl for Kids’ Sake; noon; CineBowl & Grille Delray Beach; $75
Founder and President: Lauree Simmons CEO: Christopher Kraus Year Founded: 2008 Info: Big Dog Ranch Rescue is the largest no-kill dog rescue in the U.S. We save all sizes and breeds in hopes to one day end the senseless euthanasia of dogs simply to space and time. Our goal is to give the gift of life to as many dogs as humanly possible, to enrich the lives of those who adopt them and in doing so, help create a better world. Our 33-acre cagefree campus is in Loxahatchee Groves. Dec. 6 11th Annual Winter Bark Bash; 6:30 p.m.; Trump National Golf Club; $350 Feb. 14 Third Annual Big Dogs Valentine’s Night Out; Big Dog Ranch Rescue Campus March 14 Seventh Annual Wine, Women & Shoes for Big Dog Ranch Rescue with honorary chairs Lara Trump and Georgina Bloomberg; 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.; The Mar-a-Lago Club; Tickets from $400
President of the Board: Gary Peters Vice President: Dr. Eric Shaw Year Founded: 1998 Info: Boca Helping Hands (BHH) provides food, medical and financial assistance to meet basic human needs as well as education, job training and guidance to create self-sufficiency. BHH offers job training and mentoring programs; serves lunch six days a week and a Thursday night family dinner; distributes 5,000 pantry bags monthly to qualified residents; and helps 1,000 elementary students in ten schools through BHH Backpacks. We are always looking for individual and group volunteers to help our mission. If interested in volunteering, email Melissa Keklik, Volunteer Program Manager at email@example.com. April 18 MONOPOLY Event & Casino Night; 6 p.m.; Royal Palm Yacht & Country Club; Tickets from $200 Aug. 30 Bowling for Bread Event & Food Drive; 2 p.m.; Strikes@Boca; Tickets from $200
WOMEN’S HEALTH & WELLNESS CONFERENCE
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WED N ES DAY MARCH 4, 2020 Join us for the 3rd Annual Women’s Health & Wellness Conference at the Pelican Club in Jupiter, as the area’s top physicians and specialists from Jupiter Medical Center share the latest in women’s wellness and address your questions on a variety of health-related issues. Keynote Speaker Award-winning writer and world-renowned speaker Barbara Hannah Grufferman – a leading voice for positive aging and living a better, longer, healthier life.
For more information, sponsorship opportunities or to register, visit jmcfoundation.org/events
Charity D A T E B O O K Boca Raton Museum of Art
Boca West Children’s Foundation
Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County
501 Plaza Real Boca Raton, FL 33432 Ph: 561.392.2500
20583 Boca West Drive Boca Raton, FL 33434 Ph: 561.488.6980
11954 SE Dixie Highway Hobe Sound , FL 33455 Ph: 772.545.1255
Chair: Jody Harrison Grass Vice Chair: John DesPrez III Year Founded: 1950 Info: Looking, learning and creating are core values that are vital across our creative campus: 1) Museum & Sculpture Garden in Mizner Park, where 20,000 children and 100,000 visitors experience the beauty and diversity of the visual world. 2) Art School, where 5,000 students discover and grow their talent through quality art instruction. 3) Artists Guild, where 300 local artists share ideas and exhibit their work. Please visit our website for more information on volunteer opportunities. Nov. 4 70th Anniversary Season Launch Benefactors Circle Conversation & Exhibition Preview; 6 p.m.; Boca Raton Museum of Art; free/Patron ($1,250) level and above Jan. 25 70th Anniversary Gala Dinner & Dance; 6:30 p.m. cocktails, 8 p.m. dinner; Boca Raton Resort & Club; Tickets from $400 March 9: Leadership Dinner and Dedication; 5:30 p.m.; Boca Raton Museum of Art; By invitation to Leadership Fund Donors
Executive Director/COO: Jennifer Bate Richy Year Founded: 2010 Info: Boca West Children’s Foundation’s mission is to identify and implement projectbased programing assisting at-risk children and their families in Palm Beach County. The organization has many events throughout the season and welcomes volunteers. To give your time, please email Natalia at firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 3 Fourth Annual Walk In The Woods; 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.; Boca West Country Club; $50 March 1 Boca West Children’s Foundation 10th Anniversary Gala; 6 p.m.; Boca West Country Club; $500 March 30 Eighth Annual Golf Challenge; 11 a.m.; Boca West Country Club; $650
President and CEO: Keith “Fletch” Fletcher Year Founded: 1991 Info: The Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County works to save and change the lives of youth and teens, especially those who need us most. We provide a safe, positive and engaging environment, and programs that prepare and inspire them to achieve Great Futures. When you donate and/or volunteer at a Boys & Girls Club, you can make a difference in the lives of youth and give back to your community. Whether you help with homework, coach a game, or teach an art project, you’ll have the opportunity to build healthy relationships with young people eager for adult guidance. Jan. 30 The Annual Benefit; 6 p.m.; Jupiter Island Club Golf House; $500 to $1,000 Feb. 24 Youth of Year Celebration; 6 p.m.; Willoughby Golf Club; $25 April 16 Second Annual Art Auction; 6 p.m.; Harry & The Natives; free
Busch Wildlife Sanctuary 2500 Jupiter Park Drive Jupiter, FL 33458 Ph: 561.575.3399
email@example.com buschwildlife.org Executive Director: Amy J. Kight Assistant Director: Lisa Wynne Year Founded: 1983 Info: The Busch Wildlife Sanctuary protects and restores native wildlife for the benefit of its unique animals, environment and people. Our goal is to inspire and educate the community in leading local conservation and wildlife rescue, rehabilitation and release efforts. Volunteers are essential and important at the sanctuary; a wide range of opportunities are available including assisting in the wildlife hospital, caring for and feeding animals, meal prep, trail guides, guest greeters in our Welcome Center, maintenance and administrative support and help with fundraising events. Dec. 7 Wine in the Wild; 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.; Busch Wildlife Sanctuary; $60
Cancer Alliance of Help & Hope, Inc.
Caring Children Clothing Children
350 S. County Road, Ste. 207, Palm Beach, FL 33480 Ph: 561.748.7227
7985 SW Jack James Drive Stuart, FL 34997 Ph: 772.221.8777
CEO: Stanton Collemer Board Chair: Chris Cox Year Founded: 2003 Info: The Cancer Alliance of Help & Hope, Inc., is a charitable organization dedicated to improving the quality of life of local children, women and men and their families, who are touched by cancer, by providing need-based financial assistance, information resources and access to services in our community. Feb. 26 Shop the Day Away Luncheon; 10 a.m. Silent Auction; 12:30 p.m. Luncheon with celebrity speaker.; The Breakers Palm Beach; $450, $650/VIP March 19, 20 Fourth Annual Golf Tournament; The Preserve at Ironhorse Country Club; $50/cocktail reception and silent auction; $1,200/foursome April 5 Brunch with Purpose; 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.; The Colony Hotel Palm Beach; $250, $500/VIP
Executive Director: Gigi Suntum Board President: John Lendman Year Founded: 1997 Info: Caring Children Clothing Children (4Cs) provides clothing new socks, underwear and shoes, as well as reading intervention and literacy materials at no cost to children in need in Martin County, to improve children’s self-esteem, interest in school and reading skills. The 4Cs mission is to distribute free, gently-used clothing to children who have been qualified as living at or below the poverty level. We have 65 schools and and social service agencies sending families to our store, which is located in Stuart. Oct. 26 23rd Annual Golf Tournament, Auction and Dinner; noon; Monarch Country Club; $160 Dec. 9 Holiday Cookie Lunch and Competition; 11 a.m.; Mariner Sands Country Club; $75 April 2 A Night at the Lyric Theatre: Atlantic City Boys; 6 p.m.; Lyric Theatre; $65
Charity D A T E B O O K Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Palm Beach
Center for Child Counseling, Inc.
Center For Constitutional Values
9995 N. Military Trail Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 Ph: 561.775.9560
8895 N. Military Trail, Ste. 300C Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 Ph: 561.244.9499
PO Box 1303 Hobe Sound, FL 33475 Ph: 772.266.3386
Executive Director: Francisco Chévere Board President: Marietta Muiña McNulty Year Founded: 1984 Info: Catholic Charities of the five-county Diocese of Palm Beach respects life in all of its stages. In living our faith, we create hope for people in need, without regard to religion. Through our programs and ministries, we empower individuals, deliver social services and collaborate with others in building just and compassionate communities. Catholic Charities continually seeks generous and dedicated volunteers to work in the 15 various programs and ministries. Jan. 22 Ninth Annual Caritas Dei Bishop’s Gala; 6:30 p.m.; The Breakers Palm Beach; $500 Feb. 22 Birthline/Lifeline 10th Annual Dinner Dance; 6 p.m.; Cathedral of St. Ignatius Parish Hall; $125
CEO: Renee Layman Chief Program Officer: Lauren Scirrotto Year Founded: 1999 Info: Center for Child Counseling is building the foundation for playful, healthful and hopeful living for children and families in Palm Beach County. CFCC provides services and support for children, families and caregivers impacted by adversity, violence and abuse and other traumatic circumstances through prevention, early invention and counseling at childcare centers, schools, shelters, homes and office locations. CFCC’s primary focus is early childhood, when most brain development happens, extending beyond third grade so children have the emotional readiness required to grow up healthy, learn, and succeed in life. Nov. 13 Baubles & Baskets Holiday Happy Hour; 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.; Hog Snappers; $25 Dec. 12 Sip & Shop for a Cause; 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.; Lilly Pulitzer Palm Beach; free Feb. 15 Seventh Annual Black Ties & French Fries Gala; 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.; Mirasol Country Club; $175
Chairman: Kathleen Boland Vice-Chairman: Thomas Campenni, Year Founded: 2013 Info: The Center for Constitutional Values (CCV) is a non-profit, 501(c)(3), which encourages Constitutional literacy in the community. Working in partnership with the Martin County School District and the YMCA Youth In Government, CCV sponsors scholarship competitions, enabling students to continue post secondary educational experiences. To further community education, the CCV Speaker Series presents noted scholars and commentators at scheduled events. Jan. 23 Constitutional Attorney KrisAnne Hall; noon; Pipers Landing Country Club; $50 includes lunch Feb. 20 Pacific Legal Foundation Sr. Attorney Mark Miller; noon; Pipers Landing Country Club; $50 includes lunch March 23 First Annual Awards Dinner; 5 p.m.; Mariner Sands Country Club; $100 includes dinner
Center for Family Services of Palm Beach County, Inc. 4101 Parker Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33405 Ph: 561.616.1222
Chasin A Dream Foundation 305 Ocean Dunes Circle Jupiter, FL 33477 Ph: 561.315.7005
Child Rescue Coalition 4530 Conference Way S. Boca Raton, FL 33431 Ph: 561.208.9000
Board Chair: Karen Swanson Vice Chair: Tamera Pompea Year Founded: 1961 Info: Our mission is to strengthen individuals and families through behavioral health services and education. Programs include Individual, Children and Family Counseling, Substance Abuse Recovery, an Employee Assistance Program, and four home-based parenting programs designed for pregnant moms, new parents and parents of children from infant through teenage years. The Center also operates the S.A.F.E. Kids Program treating victims of abuse and/or violence. These programs empower our clients and give them a voice and the confidence they need to heal, grow and lead meaningful lives as productive members of the community. Nov. 7 Seventh Annual Dinner Dance; 7 p.m.; Club Colette; $500 Jan. 22 21st Annual Old Bags Luncheon; 10:30 a.m.; The Breakers Palm Beach; $450
President/Executive Director: Lori Griffith Board Chair: John Huempfner Year Founded: 2017 Info: To assist local families with children battling cancer, cystic fibrosis, heart disease and other life threatening illnesses in Palm Beach and Martin County. We are locals helping locals and believe in keeping donations in the community and transparent. We welcome volunteers at all of our events and throughout the year administratively. Oct. 19 Pumpkin Fest; 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Harbourside Place; Free Dec. 14 Kiting For Kids Family Fun Day/Toy Drive; 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Jupiter Pointe Club & Marina; $20/brunch, Free/event April 1 We Walk As Lions Fashion Show; 11 a.m.; The Club at Mirasol Place; $150
Founder and CEO: Carly Yoost President: William Wiltse Year Founded: 2013 Info: Child Rescue Coalition (CRC), a south Florida-based non-profit organization with global reach, has spent the past decade building the world’s most sophisticated technology to hunt online predators. Through proactive partnerships with law enforcement, the non-profit’s system has tracked 54 million offenders around the world in order to protect children from sexual exploitation and abuse. With a mission of protecting innocence through technology, the technology developed by CRC has aided in the arrest of more than 11,000 child predators and rescued over 2,500 abused children in the past five years. Oct. 26 Third Annual Coalition Cup Golf Tournament; 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Boca Country Club by Waldorf Astoria; $225/player, $800/ foursome, $60/general April 4 Child Rescue Coalition Fifth Annual Gala; Delray Beach Marriott; $300
Charity D A T E B O O K Children’s Healing Institute
Children’s Museum of the Treasure Coast
Cleveland Clinic Martin Health Foundation
2161 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. Ste. 212 West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Ph: 561.687.8115
1707 NE Indian River Drive Jensen Beach, FL 34957 Ph: 772.225.7575
P.O. Box 9010 2135 SE Ocean Blvd. Stuart, FL 34996 Ph: 772.223.5634
CEO: Dr. Sandy Munoz Board President: Christoper Keller Esq. Year Founded: 1988 Info: The mission of The Children’s Healing Institute is to prevent child abuse by strengthening families facing crisis, challenge and change. The Children’s Healing Institute changes the course of children’s lives by partnering with their parents through mentoring, education, support and advocacy. Be a Course Changer! Become a mentor, volunteer or join our board. GET INVOLVED! Oct. 24 National Conference on the Wellbeing of Children and Families; 8 a.m.; Palm Beach County Convention Center; $150 Feb. 11 Breakfast at Tiffany’s; 2 p.m. to 4 pm; The Chesterfield Palm Beach; $125 April 3 Drive Out Child Abuse Golf Scramble; 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.; PGA National ,The Champion golf course; $375, $1,400/foursome
Executive Director: Tammy Calabria Board President: Peggy Wood Year Founded: 2001 Info: To offer children and families a safe place to explore and learn through hands-on activities, educational programs and cultural experiences. The Children’s Museum is dedicated to providing a safe, state-of-the-art, environmentally conscious environment where curiosity and self-confidence are fostered in children, adolescents and adults. The museum is a not for profit 501(c)3 and welcomes volunteers ages 12 and older to assist with office duties and during events. Nov. 16 Wild West Children’s Ball; 6 p.m.; The Children’s Museum of the Treasure Coast; $40/adults, $30/children Feb. 13 Ladies’ Night Out; 6 p.m.; The Mansion at Tuckahoe; $35 April 4 Kids at Heart Gala; 6 p.m.; Harbour Ridge Yacht & Country Club; $175
Chairman of the Board: John P. Keller Vice Chair of Philanthropy, Florida Region: Jessica J. McLain Year Founded: 1983 Info: Cleveland Clinic Martin Health offers world-class care to nearly 500,000 residents in Martin and St. Lucie counties. Philanthropic support provides 50 percent or more of our health system’s bottom line every year. The Foundation has raised $182 million since October 1983 and has supplied state-of-the-art equipment, ongoing training for clinical staff, facility renovations and additions, expansion of services and financial assistance to patients in need. Donors like you make it possible to accomplish our mission of providing exceptional health care, hope and compassion to every person, every time. Nov. 9 Chrysanthemum Ball; Cleveland Clinic Martin South Hospital; Sponsorships from $1,500 to support the purchase of vital technology for Cleveland Clinic Martin Health neuroscience care
The Community Foundation Martin-St. Lucie
Council on Aging of Martin County at the Kane Center
851 SE Monterey Commons Blvd. Stuart, FL 34996 Ph: 772.288.3795
900 SE Salerno Road Stuart, FL 34997 Ph: 772.223.7800
President and CEO: Elizabeth A. Barbella Year Founded: 1988 Info: The Community Foundation MartinSt. Lucie inspires philanthropists to establish funds to impact communities in Martin and St. Lucie counties, throughout Florida, across the United States and around the globe. TCFMSL is a tax-exempt non-profit organization that enables charitable giving through endowed and donor-advised funds established by individuals, families or businesses to support the causes they care about. TCFMSL facilitated more than $1 million in grants to charitable organizations and educational institutions last year. Originally established as the Martin County Community Foundation, TCFMSL is celebrating 30 years as the face of philanthropy on the Treasure Coast. Board members include Ellyn Stevenson, W. Scott Wade, Joe Paskoski, Kenneth A. Norman, Nancy Crowder-McCoy, John C. Doody, Jack Forde, Brian E. Foss, Kathleen M. Freihofer, Michael A. Kelly, Gytha Von Aldenbruck and Theora “Bunny” Webb.
President and CEO: Karen Ripper, RN, MBA Year Founded: 1974 Info: The mission of the Council on Aging of Martin County is to be the unparalleled resource of expertise, programming and support for seniors in Martin County. Its vision is to inspire a community that embraces, uplifts and encourages seniors to maintain lives of quality and purpose. Volunteer opportunities include Meals on Wheels, adult day club, Kane Center welcome desk, Kane Bistro, Kane Kitchen, special events and clerical assistance. Dec. 4 Poinsettia Power! Holiday Bazaar, Luncheon & Fashion Show; 10 a.m.; Kane Center; $100 Jan. 17 Kane Concert Series presents Atlantic City Boys; 7 p.m.; Kane Center; $40 March Sage Awards
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation 700 S. Dixie Highway, Ste. 100 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Ph: 561.683.9965 firstname.lastname@example.org cff.org/palmbeach Board Chairman: Suzanne Malamala Vice Chairman: Fred Menowitz Year Founded: 1955 Info: The mission of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation is to cure cystic fibrosis (CF) and to provide all people with the disease the opportunity to lead full, productive lives by funding research and drug development, promoting individualized treatment, and ensuring access to high-quality, specialized care. The organization is driven by a dream that one day, not one person will lose a life, child, sibling, parent, or friend to CF. Volunteers are the backbone of the Foundation’s initiatives and are invited to contact us for information on how they may participate. Nov. 15 65 Roses Evening on the Ave; 6 p.m.; Old School Square; $175 Jan. 30 65 Roses Golf Classic; 11 a.m.; High Ridge Country Club; $650 April 4 Palm Beach Songwriters; 6 p.m.; Lucky Old Sun Ranch; $200
PLEASE JOIN US FOR JUPITER CHRISTIAN SCHOOL’S
Believe Endowed Scholarship Dinner FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2020 Hosted by Lt General and Mrs. Richard Y. Newton III, USAF (Ret) 6:00PM Palm Beach Yacht Club 800 N. Flagler Dr., West Palm Beach, FL
At Jupiter Christian School...
Believe each student has a story, and every one counts. Believe each child should have the opportunity to cultivate their We
We God-given gifts, talents, and abilities in a loving Christ-filled environment. We Believe in honoring our military men and women and first responders, and their families with an area of the scholarship to specifically benefit their children. We Believe that when we give a child the chance to learn and grow and achieve, the possibilities are endless and the impact they will have on the world is priceless.
“Believe with us in the future of a child.” The Jupiter Christian School Believe Endowed Scholarship.
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Charity D A T E B O O K Dana- Farber Cancer Institute
Delray Beach Public Library
220 Sunrise Ave., Ste. 204 Palm Beach, FL 33480 Ph: 561.833.2080
100 W. Atlantic Ave. Delray Beach FL Ph: 561.266.0798
Diocese of Palm Beach 9995 N. Military Trail Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 Ph: 561.775.9590
Event Chair: Phyllis Krock Year Founded: 1948 Info: From achieving the first remission in cancer with chemotherapy in 1948 to developing the very latest new therapies, DanaFarber is renowned for using its discoveries to improve cancer treatment for children and adults in Palm Beach County and around the world. It is the only cancer center ranked in the top four of U.S. News and World Report’s Best Hospitals for both adult and pediatric cancer care. Feb. 8 29th Annual Discovery Celebration; 6:30 p.m.; The Breakers Hotel; $1,250; The Discovery Celebration will include a festive cocktail hour, a fabulous dinner and exciting entertainment. Stay tuned for the announcement of this season’s performer.
President of the Board of Directors: Nancy Dockerty Vice President of the Board of Directors: Robert Currie Year Founded: 1913 Info: Our mission is to enrich the lives of the individuals of Delray Beach’s diverse communities and provide support to local businesses by creating and sustaining superior public library services through responsive staff, dynamic collections, effective programming, appropriate technology and access to global information. Nov. 7 Pride and Prosecco; 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.; Delray Beach Public Library; $65, $100/pair Feb. 7 Laugh with the Library; 7 p.m.; Delray Beach Marriott; $250
Bishop of Palm Beach: The Most Reverend Gerald M. Barbarito Superintendent of Schools: Mr. Gary Gelo Year Founded: 1984 Info: The 31st Annual Lumen Christi Scholarship Gala is a black-tie dinner dance event that supports the Diocese of Palm Beach’s Catholic schools, both elementary and secondary. Diocesan Catholic Schools provide for the education and formation of more than 6,000 students throughout five counties, including Palm Beach, Martin, St. Lucie, Okeechobee, and Indian River. One hundred percent of the net proceeds are allocated to tuition scholarships enabling students to attend Catholic schools. Dec. 6 31st Annual Lumen Christi Scholarship Gala; 7 p.m.; The Breakers Palm Beach; $400
Dr. John E. Upledger Foundation
Dress for Success Palm Beaches
Education Foundation of Martin County
11211 Prosperity Farms Road, Ste. D-223 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 Ph: 561.622.4588
2459 S. Congress Ave., Ste. 204 Palm Springs, FL 33406 Ph: 561.249.3898
1650 S. Kanner Highway, Ste. 212 Stuart, FL 34994 Ph: 772.600.8062
Co-founder and Board Director: Allen Merrell Year Founded: 2013 Info: The foundation’s mission is to support Dr. John E. Upledger’s vision and passion to ensure that CranioSacral Therapy and other manual therapies are available worldwide to anyone who can benefit from these modalities. The Dr. John E. Upledger Foundation supports and develops therapeutic programs, education, research and treatment to relieve symptoms associated with Alzheimer’s and Dementia, Autism, cancer treatment, chronic pain, concussion and traumatic brain injury, PTSD, stress and tension-related disorders. Nov. 18 to 22 Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder; Releasing the Grip of Physical, Emotions and Psychological Trauma; 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily; Upledger Clinic; $3,200 (Open to the Public)
Executive Director:Mary Hart Board Chair: Diane Katz, PhD Year Founded: 2010 Info: Our mission is to empower women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and development tools to help women thrive in work and in life. Volunteer opportunities include administrative assistance, personal shoppers, clothing sorters, mentors and event committee members. We also welcome groups of volunteers to assist during our major fundraising events as well as to assist with quarterly inventory. Oct. 3 to 6 Shop for Success Pop-Up Sale; Oct. 3 (VIP Reception) 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., Oct. 4 to Oct. 6 (Open to the Public) 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Palm Beach Outlets; $50/VIP Reception March 6 Style for Hope Luncheon; 11:30 a.m.; Cohen Pavilion at the Kravis Center; $150
Executive Director: Lisa Rhodes Board President: Linda Fitzpatrick Year Founded: 1991 Info: For more than 25 years, the Education Foundation of Martin County has been recognized for facilitating private investment in public education while creating, supporting and promoting world-class innovation and excellence in all of Martin County’s public schools. Signature programs include EFMC PLAYS; Literacy Initiatives; Elementary Book Bowl; Innovative Project Grants; Robotics; Artist Residencies; STEAM Initiative (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Math); Re-Engineering Algebra; Professional Development; and Martin County Teacher of the Year. The foundation’s “Your Classroom Connection” campaign is aimed at connecting our community to local classrooms. The campaign highlights the foundation’s original online modules: Adopt-a-Class, Fund-a-Project and Bulletin Board Listings. Feb. 15 Evening of Excellence, Bids for Kids Auction; 6 p.m.; Mariner Sands Country Club
Charity D A T E B O O K The CenTer For ConsTiTuTional Values
2019-2020 Jewish Federation
Former Missouri Prosecutor and Constitutional Attorney KrisAnne Hall
Business & Professionals and NextGen Kickoff Event
12 p.m. • Piper’s Landing Y&CC, Palm City $50 per person, includes lunch
Lake Pavilion, West Palm Beach Featured Speaker: Kasa Bainesay-Harbor Israeli Deputy Consul General
Wednesday, December 4, 2019 – 6 p.m.
Women’s Season Opener
Thursday, December 12, 2019 – 5:30 p.m.
2020 Speaker Series
The National Croquet Center, West Palm Beach Featured Speaker: Susan Solomont Author, Lost and Found in Spain: Tales of an Ambassador’s Wife Chair: Sandy Krakoff
King David Society Dinner
Pacific Legal Foundation Senior Attorney Mark Miller
12 p.m. • Piper’s Landing Y&CC, Palm City $50 per person, includes lunch
First Annual Awards Dinner
5 p.m. • Mariner Sands Country Club, Stuart $100 per person, includes dinner
Tuesday, January 14, 2020 – 6 p.m. The Colony Hotel, Palm Beach
Featured Speaker: Deborah Lipstadt
American Historian and Author, Denying the Holocaust and The Eichmann Trial Chairs: Penny & Harold Blumenstein, Linda & Myron Teitelbaum
PO Box 1303 • Hobe Sound, FL 33475 772.266.3386 • CCVMartinCounty@gmail.com centerforconstitutionalvalues.com
Minimum Gift to Attend: $25,000
Lion of Judah Luncheon
Monday, January 27, 2020 – 11:30 a.m. High Ridge Country Club, Lantana
Featured Speaker: Marlee Matlin
Academy Award-Winning Actress and Activist Chairs: Gigi Aron and Penni Weinberg Minimum Gift to Attend: $6,000
Celebrating Philanthropy: A Major Gifts Event
Diocese of Palm Beach 31st Annual
Monday, February 10, 2020 – 6 p.m.
Cohen Pavilion at the Kravis Center, West Palm Beach
Featured Speaker: Michael Solomonov James Beard Award-Winning Chef Honoree: Judith A. Levy Honorary Chairs: Rita & Charles Bronfman Chairs: Hope & Gene Silverman Minimum Gift to Attend: $10,000
Reach for the Ruby
Tuesday, February 18, 2020 Private Home
Women’s Applause Luncheon
Monday, March 30, 2020 – 11:30 a.m. Fountains Country Club, Lake Worth Chairs: Judith Javer and Sandra Kant
Supporting Catholic School Scholarships in the Diocese of Palm Beach
“IGNITE THE FUTURE” Please Join Us
H. Irwin Levy Founders Dinner Thursday, April 2, 2020 – 6:30 pm Featured Speaker: Dr. Rick Hodes
Medical Director, American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) in Ethiopia Chair: Stacey Levy
Minimum Gift to Attend: $50,000
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Friday, December 6, 2019 ~ 7:00 p.m. The Breakers Palm Beach --
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Charity D A T E B O O K Environmental Studies Council
Executive Women of the Palm Beaches Foundation
Fish & Wildlife Foundation of Florida
2900 NE Indian River Drive, Jensen Beach, FL 34957 United States Ph: 772.219.1887, ext: 121
2701 N. Australian Ave., Ste. 205, West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Ph: 561.868.7070
P.O. Box 11010 Tallahassee, FL 32302 Ph: 850.922.1066
President: Kim Waser Nash Vice President: Kari Polhemus Year Founded: 1978 Info: The Environmental Studies Council was established to support, protect and enhance the unique environmental education programs of the Environmental Studies Center. The Council promotes and extends environmental awareness through community education and supports the Center’s science-based, handson environmental education curriculum to students in Martin County. The Council most recently raised funds for a new classroom exhibit, the sea turtle exhibit, and renovations to the River Scout, the Center’s boat used for exploratory field trips. Oct. 5 Open House; 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Environmental Studies Center; free Feb. 1 Grandparent’s Day; 9 a.m. to noon; Environmental Studies Center; free TBA Annual Fundraiser
President: Trixy Walker Year Founded: 1982 Info: Executive Women of the Palm Beaches Foundation, Inc. was founded by senior professional and executive women in Palm Beach County to support and advance women in business and community leadership. Today, EWPBF’s membership includes leaders in arts and culture, banking, business, construction, education, finance, government, healthcare, law, marketing, non-profit management, publishing, real estate, utilities and other fields in Palm Beach County. Throughout its history, the foundation has contributed to increasing opportunities for girls and women in our community. The organization has awarded over 200 scholarships and more than 40 significant grants to local non-profit programs. October Fall Luncheon December Holiday Luncheon April 22 37th Annual Women In Leadership Awards Luncheon; 11:30 a.m.; Kravis Center Cohen Pavilion; $150
President and CEO: Andrew Walker Year Founded: 1994 Info: The Fish & Wildlife Foundation of Florida is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that seeks to protect our outstanding animals and plants, and the lands and waters they need to survive. We work closely with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) and many other public and private partners. Since our founding in 1994, we have raised and donated more than $36 million for conservation and outdoor recreation, including youth outdoor education. April 3 A Night for Nature; 6 p.m.; Pelican Club; Sponsorships available from $5,000 Join us and follow your instincts to A Night for Nature. The Fish & Wildlife Foundation of Florida celebrates everything wild—from outdoor recreation to creatures and their habitats. Frolic and fete in a setting overlooking nature’s bounty, which we seek to protect. The event honors the conservation efforts of Jack Nicklaus and Paul Tudor Jones
Florida Oceanographic Society
Furry Friends Adoption Clinic and Ranch
GFWC Woman’s Club of Stuart
890 NE Ocean Blvd. Stuart, Florida 34996 Ph: 772.225.0505
100 Capital St. Jupiter, FL 33458 Ph: 561.747.5311
729 E. Ocean Blvd. Stuart, FL 34994 Ph: 772.288.3227
email@example.com floridaocean.org Executive Director: Mark Perry Year Founded: 1964 Info: Florida Oceanographic Society is a nonprofit organization with the mission to inspire environmental stewardship of Florida’s coastal ecosystems through education, research and advocacy. Florida Oceanographic Coastal Center is a 57-acre marine life nature center located on Hutchinson Island in Stuart situated between the Indian River and the Atlantic Ocean. As a leading state and nationally recognized environmental organization, Florida Oceanographic offers educational programs to people of all ages and conducts research and restoration programs that lead to healthy coastal ecosystems. Select Tuesdays from January to March: Coastal Lecture Series; 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.; Blake Library; free Sunday mornings January to February: Guided Beach Walks; 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m.; Stuart Beach
President: Pat Deshong Year Founded: 1985 Info: The Humane Society of Greater Jupiter/ Tequesta, Inc. DBA Furry Friends Adoption, Clinic & Ranch, the only no-kill shelter open to the public in northern Palm Beach County, has been rescuing, rehabilitating, re-homing and providing a safe harbor for homeless animals for more than 30 years. We offer full-service affordable, quality medical care options. Community programs include its Shelter to Service Dog and Senior to Senior Programs and children’s outreach. Its Jupiter shelter and 27-acre Palm City Ranch are home to hundreds of animals that have not yet found their forever home. We are not affiliated with HSUS. Nov. 2 Furry Friends and Fancy Things Fashion Show and Luncheon; 10:30 a.m.; Pelican Club; $200 Nov. 15 Land Rover Palm Beach presents Pull for Paws Charity Clay Shoot; 7:30 a.m.; South Florida Shooting Club; $250 Feb. 21 The Gimme Shelter Gala; 6:30 p.m.; Pelican Club; $400
President: Jo Baxter Vice Pesident: Sharon Mason Year Founded: 1913 Info: The Woman’s Club of Stuart, a member of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs, is a group of 180 women dedicated to community improvement through volunteer service. Although there is diversity in the ages, interests and experiences of our members, we are united by a common goal of community service—and we have a lot of fun along the way. We have six community service committees, which offer every member a chance to volunteer in an area of their interest. Dec. 8 11th Annual Holiday Home Tour; noon to 6 p.m.; GFWC Woman’s Club of Stuart and six homes in Martin County; $45, $75/VIP bus tour Feb. 1 Food, Friends and Fashion; 11:30 a.m.; Mariner Sands Country Club; $50 March 28 Treasures from the Closet; 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.; GFWC Woman’s Club of Stuart; free
Charity D A T E B O O K Social Enterprise benefiting Treasure Coast Food Bank
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FOR EVENTS THAT CHANGE LIVES Celebrating the 10th Anniversary Season
1000 Wishes The Mar-a-Lago Club
Holiday Hoedown by the Sea Friday, December 13, 2019 6:30 p.m. Spirits & “Lucky 13” Luxury Raffle followed by Holiday Feast & Dancing Pelican Club 1065 North Highway A1A | Jupiter, FL
MARCH 10, 2020
11:00 a.m. Reception/Raffle 12:00 p.m. Luncheon & Runway Fashion Show Suggested Attire: Red Fashion Presented by
Support these Landmark Events! Make a difference in the Lives of Local Foster Care Children. Tickets: $250 per person. For more information please call 561-653-8274 or visit www.KidSanctuaryCampus.org
Charity D A T E B O O K Gift of Life Marrow Registry 5901 Broken Sound Parkway NW Ste. 600 Boca Raton, FL 33487 Ph: 561.982.2900
Grace Notes Foundation 500 Commerce Way W., Ste. 9 Jupiter, FL 33458 Ph: 561.747.6878
Guardians for New Futures, Inc. 776 SW Munjack Circle Port St. Lucie, FL 34986 Ph: 772.807.3868
CEO and Founder: Jay Feinberg Year Founded: 1991 Info: At Gift of Life we believe every person battling blood cancer deserves a second chance at life—and we are determined to make it happen. We are singularly passionate about engaging the public to help us get everyone involved in curing blood cancer, whether as a donor, a volunteer or a financial supporter. Winter Steps for Life Run & Walk 5K of South Florida; Boca Raton Jan. 19 Steps for Life Run & Walk 5K of South Florida; Florida Atlantic University; $30/adults, $15/students
Director: Sandra Baran Program Coordinator: Laura Mozena Year Founded: 2010 Info: The mission of Grace Notes Music Foundation is to create dynamic music programs and fund instruction for students of culturally diverse, racial and ethnic backgrounds in South Florida. We believe that music is the core aspect of education and must be available to all students. Come join us in February for the opportunity to listen to many young musicians performing live music throughout the day. Our scholarship recipients will perform as well as be recognized for their talents. Please come ride the carousel and join us for our family friendly annual event. Donations and sponsorships provide for the scholarship and outreach programs for children in South Florida throughout the year. For more details, please visit our website. Feb. 22 Grace Notes Music Foundation Annual Carousel Concert-Thon; Downtown At the Gardens
President, Board of Directors: Debbie Butler Vice President: Honorable Shaniek Maynard Year Founded: 1991 Info: GFNF’s mission is to support the unfunded needs of abused and neglected children while increasing community awareness and education to further protect children. Nov. 18 to Dec. 18 Holiday Gift Drive for Abuse & Neglected Children Kick-off; Various drop off locations throughout the Treasure Coast and Okeechobee Sep. 22, 23 Treasure Coast GFNF Child Summit; 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; Indian River State College, Treasure Coast Public Safety Training Complex; free
Habitat for Humanity of Martin County
Habitat for Humanity of Palm Beach County
2090 NW Federal Highway Stuart, FL 34994 Ph: 772.223.9940
6758 N. Military Trail, Ste. 301 Riviera Beach, FL 33407 Ph: 561.253.2080
Habitat For Humanity of South Palm Beach County 181 SE Fifth Ave. Delray Beach, FL 33483 Ph: 561.819.6070
Executive Director: Margot Graff Year Founded: 1986 Info: Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity of Martin County brings people together to build homes, communities and hope. HFHMC Runs on Volunteer Power! We have volunteer opportunities in construction, our ReStore, office and more. Oct. 1 Home Dedications run throughout the year; 9 a.m.; East Stuart, Carter Park and Hobe Sound; free
CEO: Bernard J. Godek Year Founded: 1986 Info: Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity of Palm Beach County brings people together to build homes, communities and hope for low-income families. Since being founded in 1986, HFHPBC has constructed 237 affordable homes. Volunteer opportunities include working on construction sites, helping out at HFHPBC’s ReStores or lending a hand at the Habitat Thrift Store. These positions are available year-round, as is the opportunity to assist at our administrative office. The affiliate holds multiple events each year, which also require volunteers to be successful. Nov. 1 The Habitat Gala “There’s No Place Like Home”; 6:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.; The Breakers Palm Beach; $450 April 27 Habitat for Humanity’s “Home in One” Golf Classic; BallenIsles Country Club; $1,500/foursome January Women Build; West Palm Beach
President and CEO: Randy B. Nobles Chief Financial Officer: Reg Hoskins Year Founded: 1991 Info: Habitat for Humanity of South Palm Beach County builds strength, stability and self-reliance through shelter. Habitat’s mission provides a hand up, never a hand out for hardworking, low-income families who earn and qualify for Habitat’s zero-interest mortgage program, through 300 hours of sweat equity and financial literacy classes. With the community’s support, Habitat helps and empowers families through building a stronger community. Oct. 18,19 CEO Build with Honorary Chair Douglas Fash; 8 a.m. to noon or noon to 4 p.m.; Boynton Beach; $2,500/CEO Builder; Sponsorship opportunities available Nov. 8 Veterans Build; 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Boca Raton Sand Pine Park; Home Sponsors at $5,000 May 7 to 9 Habitat for Humanity SPBC Women’s Build; 8 a.m. to noon or noon to 4 p.m.; Delray Beach or Boynton Beach; $1,000/Women Builder; Sponsorship opportunities available
Charity D A T E B O O K
Charity D A T E B O O K Hanley Foundation 700 S. Dixie Highway, Ste. 103 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Ph: 561.268.2355 email@example.com hanleyfoundation.org CEO: Jan Cairnes Year Founded: 1989 Info: Mary Jane and Jack Hanley retired to Palm Beach County to discover the absence of any facilities dedicated to quality substance abuse treatment. Through the couple’s leadership and community support, Hanley Center and the Hanley Center Foundation were established. Nearly 40 years later and now expanded throughout Florida, the community continues to recognize the stand-alone Hanley Foundation for its thought leadership and evidence-based programming. The charitable 501(c)(3) organization provides statewide resources for substance use disorder advocacy, education and access to quality treatment. Jan. 23 Palm Beach Dinner; 6 p.m.; Sailfish Club of Florida; $500, $350/age 40 and younger March 8 25th Annual Family Picnic; 11 a.m.; National Croquet Center; $195/adults, $50/child, free/age 3 and younger April 6 21st Annual Golf Classic; 7:30 a.m.; Admirals Cove; $1,000/person, $4,000/foursome, $500/juniors
Helping People Succeed 1601 NE Braille Place Jensen Beach, FL 34957 Ph: 772.320.0770
Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute Foundation 3545 Ocean Drive, Ste. 201 Vero Beach, FL 32963 Ph: 772.466.9876 firstname.lastname@example.org hboifoundation.org President and CEO: Katha Kissman Chair of Board: Michael O’Reilly Year Founded: 1971 Info: The mission of Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute Foundation, Inc. (HBOIF) is to support the Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute, a research institute within Florida Atlantic University. HBOIF provides funding and support for research and education in marine sciences and ocean engineering. Our goal is to support FAU’s Harbor Branch as it increases understanding of oceans and coastal areas through exploration and scientific investigation. Feb. 7 Love Your Lagoon; 6 p.m.; Oak Harbor; Sponsorships start at $1,000 Feb. 13, 14 Indian River Lagoon Symposium; 8 a.m.; Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute at FAU; Price TBA
Hibiscus Children’s Center P.O. Box 1406 Jensen Beach, FL 34958 Ph: 772.334.9311
Heathcote Botanical Gardens 210 Savannah Road Fort Pierce, FL 34982 Ph: 772.464.4672 email@example.com heathcotebotanicalgardens.org Executive Director: Diane Kimes President of the Board of Trustees: Christina Adams Year Founded: 1985 Info: Heathcote celebrates 33 years as a nonprofit public garden, committed to providing families an escape from their wired world to experience nature. Our mission: to educate and inspire by providing a place of botanical beauty and serve as a resource for the conservation of our environment. Volunteer programs include admissions, gift shop, propagation, education, outreach and event planning—all advance knowledge about plants and the environment. Home to James J. Smith Bonsai Collection and member of the American Horticultural Society. Nov. 28 to Dec. 31 Fifth Annual Garden of Lights; 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.; Heathcote Botanical Gardens Feb. 29 10th Annual Bonsai Bash; 6 p.m.; Heathcote Botanical Gardens; $100 March 23, 24 Spring Plant Sale; 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Heathcote Botanical Gardens; free
HomeSafe 2840 Sixth Ave. S. Lake Worth, FL 33461 Ph: 561.383.9800
President and CEO: Suzy Hutcheson Vice President: Kathy Derringer Year Founded: 1964 Info: Helping People Succeed transforms lives by realizing potential, creating hope and building futures through education, counseling, training and employment. Volunteer opportunities range from working in the office with administrative tasks to assisting adults with intellectual disabilities. There is a volunteer opportunity for everyone. Nov. 23 Pinot & Picasso; 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.; Harbour Ridge Yacht & Country Club; $200 April 1 to 30 April Showers; Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Helping People Succeed; Donations of baby items June 27 White Shirt Night; 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.; Taste Casual Dining; $50
President and CEO: Matt Markley Year Founded:1985 Info: The mission of Hibiscus Children’s Center is to maintain a safe shelter for children who are abused, abandoned and neglected by providing prevention, early intervention and advocacy in quality residential, assessment and recovery programs. Dec. 6 Hibiscus Children’s Center Martin County Gala “Broadway at the Shores”; 6 p.m.; Hutchinson Shores Resort & Spa; $250 March 2 Hibiscus Children’s Center “29th Annual Jo Covelli’s Ladies Luncheon”; 11 a.m.; Sailfish Point Country Club; $175 May 2 Raise the Roof for Hibiscus Children’s Center “Hats, Horses and Hope” Kentucky Derby; 5 p.m.; Indian RiverSide Park, Frances Langford Pavilion; $75
CEO: Matthew Ladika Year Founded: 1979 Info: HomeSafe provides a continuum of care that has evolved over the agency’s 40 years in existence. We screen new mothers for postpartum depression and provide free screenings to identify developmental issues in young children. Our residential program provides a haven for abused children ages 8 to 17 who have been removed from their home and require therapeutic treatment for their trauma. Domestic violence victims break free from the cycle of abuse with immediate intervention and prevention services through the SafetyNet program. Young adults who have aged out of foster care can access affordable housing through our Pond Place program. Feb. 15 The Classic Rock & Roll Party with celebrity host Nicko McBrain, Iron Maiden Drummer and co-chairmen Aggie and Jeff Stoops and Steve Bernstein and Abby Bernstein-Henderson; 6 p.m.; Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino; $500, $5,000/table May HomeSafe Charity Golf Tournament
Charity D A T E B O O K The Hometown Foundation, Inc.
The Hope Center for Autism
6231 PGA Blvd., Ste. 104-383 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418 Ph:561.310.6591
1695 SE Indian St. Stuart, FL 34997 Ph: 772.334.3288
House of Hope 2484 SE Bonita St. Stuart, FL 34997 Ph: 772.286.4673
Founder: Michael A. Bozzuto Year Founded: 2001 Info: The Hometown Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit charitable foundation dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for individuals and their families in hometowns and surrounding communities in which we operate. The Hometown Foundation, Inc. honors and assists five distinct areas of charity: Animal Welfare, Emergency Response Personnel, Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities or in Need, Major Illness and the Military. Our Dream Cars & Cocktails gala is one of the foundation’s largest annual fundraising events held in Palm Beach Gardens. Each year, Cars & Cocktails is adorned in a different theme, but always features live entertainment, auction items, delectable food and good company. Community members, busines leaders and the likes attend as well as special guests such as Congressman Brian Mast. Feb. 8 Seventh Annual Dream Cars & Cocktails; 6:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.; PGA National Resort; $350
Executive Director: Joanne Sweazey Assistant Director: Beth Rautenstrauch Year Founded: 2002 Info: Opening doors for people with autism spectrum disorder and related disabilities. Volunteer opportunities are available for fundraising, event planning and preparation, assisting in classrooms with students (appropriate clearance required), paperwork and preparation of classroom materials. Nov. 2 Golf for Hope; 8 p.m.; Santa Lucia River Club at Ballantrae; $200/golf and lunch; Sponsorships available from $250 to $5,000 March 28 Sporting Clays, The Rabbit’s Revenge; 7:30 am; OK Corral Gun Club; $200; Sponsorships available April 18 Poker Run
CEO: Robert Ranieri Chairman of the Board: Scott Moore Year Founded: 1984 Info: House of Hope reaches about 5,500 people per month with services that include basic needs—food, clothing, furniture, financial assistance—and long-term case management that help people build life skills for a more self-sufficient future. The agency has service centers and thrift stores in Stuart, Hobe Sound, Indiantown and Jensen Beach. The nutrition gardens and production farm provide nourishing food to the community as well as vocational training opportunities for local career seekers. The Golden Gate Center for Enrichment offers free programs, technology and workshops designed to enhance life skills, earning potential, health and overall well-being. Nov. 15 Serve Some Hope Charity Tennis Tournament; Harbour Ridge Yacht & Country Club Winter Hearts for Hope Luncheon Spring Top Chef Martin County
Humane Society of the Treasure Coast 4100 SW Leighton Farm Ave., Palm City, FL 34990 Ph: 772.223.8822
Impact 100 Martin
Impact the Palm Beaches
851 SE Monterey Commons Blvd. Stuart, FL 34996 Ph: 772.288.3795
P.O.Box 31717 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33420 Ph: 347.266.4501
CEO and President: Frank Valente Year Founded: 1955 Info: The Humane Society of the Treasure Coast is Martin County’s only open-access, no-kill non-profit animal welfare organization. Since 1955, the HSTC has remained true to its mission: To Provide Compassionate Care and Nurture the Bond Between People and Pets. HSTC provides the only high-volume, lowcost spay-neuter program in our area, and also offers adoption programs, humane education services, partnerships with like-minded organizations and volunteer opportunities at its shelter and thrift stores. This year, HSTC will be adding the Frank and Millie Savastano Dog Play Areas and the Jane and Shirley Wurz Obedience and Education Center! Feb. 22 Paws & Claws Gala; 6 p.m. to 11 p.m.; Location TBA; $275 March 28 Mutt March & WaterFest; 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.; Memorial Park; free April 25 Bunfest; 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; The Kane Center; $5/adult; free/kids ages 10 and younger
Chair, Executive Committee: Nancy Wong Year Founded: 2017 Info: Women creating positive, lasting change in our community through collective giving. A minimum of 100 women each contribute $1,100 ($1,000 grant monies/$100 administration) and join forces to award a game-changing $100,000 grant to the nonprofit organization where it will have the most impact in Martin County. We invite women who want to make a difference to contact us to learn more. Our Executive Committee includes Nancy Wong, Chair; Denise Belizar; Genevieve George; Arati Hammond; Betsy Johnson; Elaine Matts; Laurie Steiger; Linda Weiksnar; and Rita May Wright. Impact 100 Martin maintains a field of interest fund with The Community Foundation Martin-St. Lucie. Nov. 4 Season Kick-Off; 5:30 p.m.; Elliott Museum April 2 Grant Awards Celebration; 9 a.m.; Willoughby Golf Club
Co-Founder: Deborah Johnson 2019-2020 Chair: Jessica Ransom Info: Impact the Palm Beaches is a unique organization of dynamic women who create transformational change in their local community through collective philanthropy. Impact members each contribute $1,000 annually and award at least one $100,000 Impact grant to a local non-profit organization. Impact grants focus in the following areas: arts and culture, education, environment, family and health and wellness. Impact the Palm Beaches serves the northern portion of the county from Lake Worth Road north to the county line. Impact funds are held by The United Way Town of Palm Beach. Feb. 27 Impact Awards Celebration; 5 p.m.; Els Center for Excellence in Jupiter; free/members, $25/guests
Charity D A T E B O O K JAFCO
4200 N. University Drive Sunrise, FL 33351 Ph: 954.749.7230
21160 95th Ave. S. Boca Raton, FL 33428 Ph: 561.558.2550
firstname.lastname@example.org jafco.org Executive Director: Sarah Franco Director of Operations and Clinical Services: Wendy Jenkins Year Founded: 1992 Info: JAFCO’s mission is to care for abused and neglected children and those with disabilities in the Jewish community and to work in partnership with families and the entire community. We believe that the care of children in our community is our responsibility, one we accept with joy, pride and love... giving every child a place to belong. Jan. 11 An Evening with Robert Klein; 6:30 p.m.; The Country Club at Mirasol; $250 Feb. 5 Luncheon & Card Party at Mirasol; 10 a.m.; The Country Club at Mirasol; $125 Feb. 26 Luncheon & Card Party at Admirals Cove; 10 a.m.; The Club at Admirals Cove; $125
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County 1 Harvard Circle, Ste. 100 West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Ph: 561.478.0700
JDRF Greater Palm Beach 1641 Worthington Road, Ste. 340 West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Ph: 561.801.7271
CEO: Jeffrey M. Zirulnick COO: Michael J. Hopper Year Founded: 1986 Info: JARC Florida provides programs and services to educate and empower individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. JARC offers a wide variety of volunteer opportunities. For example: music, art, reading, walking club and bingo. There are also many options in the Jeffrey & Nicole Goldberg Ability Garden. Nov 4. JARC Golf Tournament; 12:30 p.m.; St. Andrews Country Club; $450, $1,700/foursome Dec. 5 JARC’s Fashion Show With Heart; 11:30 a.m.; Lord & Taylor; Tickets from $50 March 8 JARC’s 34th Annual Gala; 6 p.m.; Boca West Country Club; $250
Board President: Rebecca DiStefano Vice President: David Lubetkin Year Founded: 1970 Info: JDRF is the leading global organization funding type 1 diabetes (T1D) research. Our strength lies in our exclusive focus and singular influence on the worldwide effort to end T1D. Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease that strikes both children and adults suddenly. It has nothing to do with diet or lifestyle. There is nothing you can do to prevent it. And, at present, there is no cure. Oct. 24 to 25 JDRF CCIM Fifth Annual Charity Golf Tournament and Reception; Thursday Reception 5:30 p.m., Friday Golf 7:30 a.m.; PGA National Resort and Spa Feb. 8 35th Annual Gem of an Evening Gala: Carnival in Venice; 6 p.m.; EAU Palm Beach Resort and Spa; $350 March 7 JDRF One Walk; 9 a.m.; Meyer Amphitheatre
Junior Achievement of the Palm Beaches & Treasure Coast 6903 Vista Parkway N., Ste. 10 West Palm Beach, FL Ph: 561.242.9468
Junior League of Martin County 759 S. Federal Highway, Ste. 200 Stuart, FL 34995 Ph: 772.291.6595
President and CEO: Michael Hoffman Year Founded: 1962 Info: Through the generosity and leadership of community members, Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County addresses the most critical causes facing the Jewish community in the Palm Beaches and across the globe. Federation stands up to antisemitism and bigotry; creates a Jewish future by connecting children and teens to their Jewish identity; and ensures the most vulnerable have the support to live with dignity. Jan. 14 King David Society Dinner; The Colony Palm Beach; $225 Jan. 27 Lion of Judah Luncheon; High Ridge Country Club; $150 Feb. 10 Celebrating Philanthropy: A Major Gifts Event; Cohen Pavilion at the Kravis Center; $225
President: Claudia Kirk-Barto Year Founded: 1919 Info: Junior Achievement is dedicated to giving local youth the knowledge and skills they need to own their economic success, plan for their future and make smart academic and economic choices. Junior Achievement’s programs focus on financial literacy, career readiness and entrepreneurship for grades Kindergarten through 12. All JA programming is provided at no charge to the youth and schools, thanks to our generous local community supporters. JA seeks to ignite the spark in young people to recognize the opportunities and realities of work and life in an ever-evolving society, and to switch their mindset from “I can’t” to “I can.” Oct. 19 Caribbean Wind; 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.; Rybovich Superyacht Marina; $150 Dec. 13 JA Golf Classic; 8:30 a.m.; Jonathan’s Landing Old Trail; $250, $1,000/foursome March 21 JA Hall of Fame Gala; 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.; Kravis Center; $250
President: Dr. Teena White Vice president: Charlene Lyons Year Founded: 1992 Info: The Junior League of Martin County, Inc. (JLMC) is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. JLMC is part of the Association of Junior Leagues International, which is comprised of 291 Junior Leagues across the United States and in four countries. The Junior League of Martin County welcomes all women who value our mission statement. We are committed to inclusive environments of diverse individuals, organizations and communities. Dec. 7 11th Annual Rudolph’s Reindeer Dash 5K and 10K; 7 a.m.; Memorial Park March LUNAFEST- a traveling film festival showcasing women in film May Pineapple Palooza- A Southern Summer Soirée
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Charity D A T E B O O K Junior League of the Palm Beaches 470 Columbia Drive, Building F West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Ph: 561.870.9083
Jupiter Christian School 700 S. Delaware Blvd. Jupiter, FL 33458 Ph: 561.747.1003
Jupiter Medical Center Foundation 1210 S. Old Dixie Highway Jupiter, FL 33458 Ph: 561.263.3709
President: Laura Wissa Executive Vice President: Felice Shearer Year Founded: 1941 Info: We are an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Our purpose is exclusively educational and charitable. The Junior League welcomes all women who value our Mission statement. We are committed to inclusive environments of diverse individuals, organizations and communities. Nov. 23 Deck the Palms Boutique Market; 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Palm Beach County Convention Center; free March 7 Into the Wild Gala; 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.; Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society; $500
President: Dr. David Breslin Chief Advancement Officer: Darlaine Sisk Year Founded: 1963 Info: Jupiter Christian School is committed to excellence in teaching the mind, reaching the heart and inspiring servant leaders who will impact the world for Jesus. We believe each child should have the opportunity to cultivate their God-given gifts in a Christ-filled environment. Feb. 21 Jupiter Christian Schoolâ€™s Believe Endowed Scholarship Dinner hosted by Lt. General and Mrs. Richard Y. Newton III, USAF (Ret); 6 p.m.; Palm Beach Yacht Club; $250/ couple; RSVP to Darlaine Sisk at email@example.com
President: Liv E. Vesely, MA, MPH Chairman of the Board: Joseph Taddeo Year Founded: 1989 Info: Since its founding, Jupiter Medical Center Foundation has empowered Jupiter Medical Center with the financial resources to impact the delivery of health and wellness for the region. JMCF, together with JMC, is committed to transforming regional health care through a combined vision using innovative techniques and technology, world-class physicians and high-quality, patient-centered care, all housed within extraordinary facilities. Nov. 11 41st Annual JMCF Charity Golf Classic; 8:30 a.m. shotgun start; McArthur Golf Club, Hobe Sound and Old Palm Golf Club, Palm Beach Gardens; $1,500 March 4 Womenâ€™s Health and Wellness Conference; 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.; The Pelican Club, Jupiter; $250 April 4 44th Annual Black-Tie Ball; 6:30 p.m. to 11 p.m.; The Breakers Palm Beach; $750
KidSanctuary Campus 700 S. Dixie Highway Ste. 101 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Ph: 561.653.8274
The Leeds Endowment LLC 435 Southern Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33405 Ph: 561.659.3134
Founder and Chairman of the Board: Connie M. Frankino President: Debra M. Tornaben Year Founded: 2009 Info: KidSanctuary Campus was founded in 2009 by Connie M. Frankino with the mission to ensure that each foster care child that lives on campus receives the benefits of a sense of belonging and permanency in a caring and positive environment that nurtures self esteem and hope. The children stay in one of four family style cottages on a secure 10-acre campus in West Palm Beach. Our annual events will support the new Angel Crossing Enrichment Center that will be built on campus to serve as a nucleus for the children living in our cottages and will provide a space for a case management, tutoring, family visits and therapy. Dec. 13 Holiday Hoedown by the Sea; 6:30 p.m.; Pelican Club Jupiter; $250 March 10 1000 Wishes Luncheon & Runway Fashion Show; 11 a.m.; Mar-a-Lago Club; $250
Chairperson: Arlette Gordon Year Founded: 2010 Info: Leeds Endowment is committed to assisting disabled individuals with the resources they need to live healthy, productive and independent lives. Its fundraising efforts help to raise awareness and to donate the resources needed to help disabled individuals in the Palm Beach County area. Nov. 22 Party with the Pack; 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.; Leeds Custom Design Showroom; $150/adults, $100/junior
Legacy Foundation of Palm Beach County 801 Northpoint Parkway, Ste. 9 West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Ph: 561.832.7677 firstname.lastname@example.org pbclegacy.org President and Executive Director: Jonathan Lappin Year Founded: 1992 Info: Providing instruments, lessons, scholarships, music camp funding and other opportunities to talented youth between the ages of 6 and 18. Funds are available for those who cannot otherwise afford to pursue their musical aspirations. Applications are available online at our website. Application windows open for 30 days the last Mondays of February and August.
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E V E N T S :
Kitty Catalina Wine Mixer | HSTC Memorial Garden September 20, 2019, 6pm – 8pm
Shelter Appreciation Week | visit hstc1.org/events November 3-9, 2019
To Provide Compassionate Care and Nurture the Bond Between People and Pets
Pooch Plunge | Sailfish Splash Waterpark December 7, 2019, 10am – 1pm
Holiday Hoopla | HSTC Thrift Stores December 7, 2019, 10am – 5pm
Paws & Claws Gala | Stuart February 22, 2020, 6pm – 11pm
Mutt March 5k & Festival | Memorial Park March 28, 2020, 10am – 2pm
Bunfest 10th Anniversary | The Kane Center OBEDIENCE CLASSES HSTC offers a multitude of classes to help your dog become the best version of itself! Visit www.hstc1.org/training
Humane Society of the Treasure Coast
4100 SW Leighton Farm Avenue, Palm City, FL 34990 www.hstc1.org (772) 223-8822
Poinsettia Power! A Holiday Bazaar, Luncheon and Fashion Show Proceeds to help feed homebound seniors in Martin County through the Meals on Wheels program.
April 25, 2020, 10am – 4pm
Shop and Donate gently used appliances, clothing and furniture at either of our Thrift Stores in Stuart. Thrift Store Central 2585 SE Federal Hwy, Stuart (772) 286-6909 10am to 5pm
Thrift Store North 1099 NW 21st St, Stuart (772) 232-4887 10am to 5pm
Inspiring philanthropy for over 30 years.
A Service of the Council on Aging of Martin County
Wednesday December 4th, 2019 Doors open for Shopping at 10 a.m. Luncheon and Fashion Show at Noon
COUNCI L ON AGI NG OF MARTI N COUNTY, I NC. 900 SE Salerno Road | Stuart, FL 34997
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Charity D A T E B O O K The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
LIFE (Leaders in Furthering Education)
Lighthouse ArtCenter Gallery & School of Art
3230 Commerce Place, Ste. B West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Ph: 561.616.8682
1720 S. Ocean Blvd. Manalapan, FL 33462 Ph: 561.582.8083
373 Tequesta Drive Tequesta, FL 33469 Ph: 561.746.3101
Board Chair: Troy Rice Year Founded: 1949 Info: The mission of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) is to cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families. LLS exists to find cures and ensure access to treatments for blood cancer patients. The organization is the voice for all blood cancer patients, and works to ensure access to treatments for all blood cancer patients. Nov. 22 Light The Night Walk; 5 p.m.; FITTEAM Ballpark Jan. 25 Epic, the Annual Black-Tie Gala; 7 p.m.; The Breakers Palm Beach; $800, $550/juniors (40 and younger) May 19 Man & Woman of the Year Grand Finale; 7 p.m.; Hilton West Palm Beach; $200
President: Lois Pope Vice President: Robert C. Miller, Esq. Year Founded: 1993 Info: Since 1993, Leaders in Furthering Education (LIFE) has been dedicated to helping and improving the lives of the voiceless and vulnerable in our society—those who are disadvantaged, marginalized or forgotten because of disabilities, socio-economic status, neglect, age, abuse and other barriers. Founded by Lois Pope, one of America’s most committed and creative philanthropists and humanitarians, LIFE provides aid and assistance for disabled veterans, medical research, humanitarian relief, and animal welfare. Jan. 3 LIFE’s 26th Annual Lady in Red Gala starring Diana Ross; 6 p.m.; The Breakers Palm Beach; $1,000
Executive Director: Nancy Politsch Year Founded: 1964 Info: After 55 years, we are “Raising the Roof!” The Lighthouse ArtCenter Gallery & School of Art is a not-for-profit art center dedicated to the visual arts whose mission is to inspire, engage and connect our community through a vibrant school of art, unique exhibitions and diverse special events. We are in the midst of the second phase of our Capital Campaign to add a second story to accommodate more class and exhibition space. Exhibitions include “TATTOO: The Renaissance of Body Art” and “LUSH: A Contemporary Ceramics Exhibition.” Our nationally recognized Annual Plein Air Festival takes place March 7 to 15. Jan. 11 D’Art for Art; 5:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.; Pelican Club; $500 Feb. 14, 15 Benefit Concerts by Jason Newsted and the Chophouse Band; 6:30 p.m.; Lighthouse ArtCenter Gallery; $10 March 13 Seventh Annual Plein Air Festival Collectors’ Party; 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.; Lighthouse ArtCenter Gallery; $50
Literacy Coalition of Palm Beach County
Loggerhead Marinelife Center
3651 Quantum Blvd. Boynton Beach, FL 33426 Ph: 561.279.9103
14200 U.S. Highway 1 Juno Beach, FL 33408 Ph: 561.627.8280
Loxahatchee Guild P.O. Box 4544 Tequesta, FL 33469 Ph: 561.707.7032
Board President: Tom Streit CEO: Kristin Calder Year Founded: 1989 Info: Our mission is to improve the quality of life in our community by promoting and achieving literacy. In our 30th year, we continue to help 27,000 adults and children acquire literacy skills to be successful in school and in life. Community members support literacy by volunteering as reading tutors, making donations, organizing book drives, attending literacy events and participating in literacy initiatives such as “Read for the Record” and “Read Together Palm Beach County.” Feb. 29 LOOP and Leap for Literacy, Walk, Run, Bike; Times vary; Bryant Park, Lake Worth Beach; Registration from $10 March 12 Love of Literacy Luncheon; 11:30 a.m.; Kravis Center; $150/luncheon, $300/includes reception with speaker April 17 Literacy Links Golf Tournament; 8:30 a.m. Shotgun Start; Palm Beach Par 3; $200/person, $700/foursome
President and CEO: Jack E. Lighton Board Chair: Lynne L. Wells Year Founded: 1983 Info: Loggerhead Marinelife Center (LMC) is an ocean conservation organization and sea turtle hospital located adjacent to one of the most prolific sea turtle nesting beaches in the world. Open seven days a week, the Center features free admission. LMC also manages the Juno Beach Pier and annually both campuses welcome nearly 500,000 guests. LMC’s mission is to promote conservation of ocean ecosystems with a special focus on threatened and endangered sea turtles. Oct. 25 11th Annual Go Blue Awards Luncheon; 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.; Kravis Center; $125 December/January TBA Beach Bash Palm Beach; 8 p.m. to midnight; Palm Beach; Tickets from $250 March 21 TurtleFest; 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Loggerhead Marinelife Center; free
President: Cindy Wester Vice-President: Nancy Stainback Year Founded: 1981 Info: The Loxahatchee Guild is the premier historic preservation organization in northern Palm Beach County. Founded in 1981 by Mrs. Anna Laird Minear, the mission of the Guild is to preserve, protect and promote historical projects through fundraising. Projects that have benefitted from the Guild’s generosity include the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse, the Tindall Pioneer House, the DuBois House and the Jupiter F.E.C. Train Depot. Feb. 27 Tastes from Around the World Cocktail Party; 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.; Pelican Club; $150
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CELEBRATING 50 YEARS OF EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION Set-up a tour of our beautiful 142-acre campus today.
thepineschool.org / 772.675.7005
AND THE ONLY NO KILL SHELTER OPEN TO THE PUBLIC IN NORTHERN PALM BEACH COUNTY
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Charity D A T E B O O K Loxahatchee River Historical Society 500 Captain Armour’s Way Jupiter, FL 33469 Ph: 561.747.8380
The Lyric Theatre
59 SW Flagler Ave. Stuart, FL 34994 Ph: 772.220.1942
PO Box 241 Stuart, FL 34996 Ph: 772.285.1802
Board Chair: Robin Sykes, MD Board Vice Chair: Chris Nielsen Year Founded: 1972 Info: The 1860 Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse is our area’s most treasured landmark! Today, the Loxahatchee River Historical Society operates and beautifully preserves the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum, providing memorable experiences to families, students and visitors from around the world. The Lighthouse site includes a restored 1940 History Museum, 1892 Tindall Pioneer Homestead, 1920s Keeper’s Workshop and natural habitat walkways. Educational programs and exhibits showcase a unique 5,000 year-old history. Nov. 23 Rendezvous at the Light; 6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.; Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum; Tickets from $100 March 11 Lighthouse Luminary Luncheon; noon to 2 p.m.; Pelican Club; Tickets from $125 April 10 to 11 Wild & Scenic Film Festival; 6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.; Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum; $15
Board President: Todd Laycock Executive Director: Kia Fontaine Year Founded: 1926 Info: The Lyric Theatre, in historic downtown Stuart, has been a community-owned gem for 93 years. The intimate performing arts venue has only 500 seats and offers a wide variety of programming from blues and jazz, rock ‘n’ roll and doo-wop, divas and tenors, comedy and dance, family fun and more. The Lyric is committed to provide a cultural resource that enhances the quality of life, educates and inspires our youth and supports the local economy. Jan 22, 23 An Evening with Branford Marsalis; 7 p.m. Feb. 5 National Geographic Live! Hidden Wild Secrets of the Everglades with Conservation Photograher Carlton Ward Jr.; 7 p.m. Feb. 25 Shelea - Natural Woman: A Night of Soul from Aretha to Adele; 7 p.m.
Founder/President: Christina Stamper Vice President: Chris Stamper Year Founded: 2016 Info: Madison’s Miracles was founded after the loss of Chris and Christina’s daughter, Madison. It is intended to give families all of the experiences and resources that were not available to them. Madison’s Miracles provides support and resources to grieving parents who have experienced stillbirth, pregnancy or infant loss by providing cuddle cot placements, hospital grieving packets for patients, nurse training, free support groups, remembrance events, counseling assistance and funeral expense assistance (qualifications apply). March 2, 3 Celebrity Chef Night; 6 p.m.; Fujiyama Stuart; $65 May 2 Remembrance Walk & Butterfly Release; 8:30 a.m.; Stuart Memorial Park; $30
Maltz Jupiter Theatre
1001 E. Indiantown Road Jupiter, FL 33477 Ph: 561.972.6150
1033 SE 14th St. Stuart, FL 34996 Ph: 772.223.5000
email@example.com jupitertheatre.org Producing Artistic Director and Chief Executive: Andrew Kato Year Founded: 2004 Info: The Maltz Jupiter Theatre is a professional not-for-profit regional theatre dedicated to the performing arts whose mission is to entertain, educate and inspire our community. Feb. 15 Maltz Jupiter Theatre Gala, The Roaring 2020s; Honoring the Milton and Tamar Maltz Family Foundation. Honorary Chairs are Isanne and Sandy Fisher; 6:30 p.m.; The Pelican Club; Sponsorships available April 4 Maltz Jupiter Theatre Conservatory Awards; noon; Jupiter Beach Resort and Spa; $75; An inspiring afternoon of performances and awards as the Theatre recognizes 10 bright and outstanding students. For more information or sponsorship opportunities, contact Erin Tartaglia at 561.972.6124 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens 4000 Morikami Park Road Delray Beach, FL 33446 Ph: 561.495.0233
Executive Director: Gina Thompson Year Founded: 2010 Info: Mary’s Shelter mission is to provide a transitional, caring, educational, spiritual and supportive housing environment for homeless, pregnant women and their babies offering a pathway to self-sufficiency, and a life of dignity and respect. Volunteer Opportunities include the need for drivers, life skills instructors, internship opportunities at local businesses, babysitters, reception and secretarial help, quarterly newsletter mailing help, event volunteers and more. Jan. 21 Annual Fashion Show & Luncheon; 10:30 a.m.; Willoughby Golf Club; $95 Feb. 29 10 Year Anniversary Celebration Gala; 5:30 p.m.; Piper’s Landing; $200 March 9 Girls Night Out, Frank Marino’s DIVAS Absolutely HER-larious; Pre-party at Vine & Barley Stuart 5:30 p.m., Show at The Lyric 7 p.m.
President, Board of Directors: Celia Zahringer Year Founded: 1977 Info: Since 1977, Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens has offered visitors a window to Japan through sprawling historic gardens, a world-class bonsai display, captivating exhibitions, signature cuisine and a distinctive Museum Store. Morikami fulfills its mission to provide Japanese cultural experiences that educate and inspire with unique year-round programming, festivals and special events. Nov. 9 Anime Architecture; 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Prices vary; Exhibition closes April 3 Jan. 12 Oshogatsu: New Year’s Festival; 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Prices vary Feb. 8 Moon Over Morikami Gala 2020; 7 p.m.; Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens; $400
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Charity D A T E B O O K New Horizons of the Treasure Coast & Okeechobee
Nicklaus Children’s Health Care Foundation 11770 US Highway One, Ste. 308 North Palm Beach, FL 33408 Ph: 561.630.0025
4500 W. Midway Road Fort Pierce, FL 34981 Ph: 772.468.5600
Opportunity Early Childhood Education & Family Center 1713 Quail Drive West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Ph: 561.712.9221
President and CEO: George Shopland Chief Development Officer: Lisa Rymer Year Founded: 1958 Info: New Horizons is the largest mental health and addiction recovery agency in the region, serving 14,000 children and adults annually, regardless of their ability to pay. No one is turned away due to lack of financial resources. New Horizons has two outpatient offices in Stuart, three in Fort Pierce, two in Vero Beach, and one in Okeechobee. The main campus also houses 100 inpatient clients in crisis as a Baker Act and Marchman Act receiving facility for children and adults, and offers residential detox and substance use disorder treatment programs. The agency partners with the court system, law enforcement, school districts, as well as provides a mobile crisis response team that operates 24/7. March 14 Red, White & YOU: A Star Spangled Night; 5:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.; Harbour Ridge Yacht and Country Club; $200
Co-Founder and Chairman: Barbara Nicklaus Year Founded: 2004 Info: Nicklaus Children’s Health Care Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing and enhancing health care for children. Through the support from the foundation, a pediatric partnership between Jupiter Medical Center and Nicklaus Children’s Hospital was established, paving the way to make world-class pediatric care accessible to residents for Palm Beach and Martin counties. January Golden Heart Luncheon; The Country Club at Mirasol; $350
Executive Director: Alice M. L. Eger, M.A.Ed. Year Founded: 1939 Info: Empowering the children of working families to achieve academic and life success through educational programs that embrace the whole child and through family programming. Our volunteer opportunities include academic tutors, classroom support, and enrichment for sports, music, dance and visual arts. Dec. 4 Opportunity Annual Holiday Luncheon & Boutique; 10:30 a.m. shopping boutique, noon luncheon; Sailfish Club of Florida; $200 April 4 Opportunity Gala; 6:30 p.m.; Private residence in Palm Beach; $450
Order of St. John of Jerusalem, Knights Hospitaller 201 Plaza Real, Ste. 140 Boca Raton, FL 33432 Ph: 561.350.1230
ORT America 777 Yamato Road, Ste. 100 Boca Raton, FL 33431 Ph: 561.997.1071
Palm Beach County Food Bank 525 Gator Drive Lantana, FL 33462 Ph: 561.670.2518
Commander: Isabelle Paul Year Founded: 1048 Info: The Order of St. John of Jerusalem (Malta), Knight Hospitaller is one of the oldest Order of Chivalry in existence. The organization’s motto, “Pro Fide, Pro Utilitate Hominum—For Faith, For Service to Humanity,”—is synonymous with philanthropy, generosity and compassionate care. The Order’s vibrant chapter, Florida Commandery, is led by Commander Isabelle Paul and is based in Boca Raton. It is focused on activities and fundraising for critical local charities serving the sick and the poor. The Order of St. John brings together ladies and gentlemen known for their love of humanity and who are contributors to the good of their communities. Those interested in applying for a membership should contact Mary Csar at email@example.com Nov. 2 Knights and Dames Gala; 6 p.m.; Royal Palm Yacht Club; $275
Director of Florida Region: Robin Isaacson Year Founded: 1880 Info: ORT breaks through social and economic barriers to transform lives. When underserved students access high-quality education, they are better positioned to enter the job market with marketable skills, become leaders and invest back into their communities. Our global educational network, schools, colleges and international programs propel 300,000 students to develop careers and lead fulfilling, independent lives. ORT’s 139-year history proves that education has the power to link generations before us with generations to come, connect communities near and far and dovetail learning opportunities in the present with prosperity in the future. Nov 3. Gary Rosenthal is Coming to Town; 10 a.m. Bellaggio, 3 p.m. Ramat Shalom Nov. 4 Gary Rosenthal is Coming to Town; 10 a.m. Mizner Falls, 7 p.m. Huntingon Pointe Dec. 10 The spORT of Giving; 6 p.m.; Boca Grove; $1,000 minimum gift
Executive Director: Karen Erren Year Founded: 2012 Info: The Palm Beach County Food Bank’s mission is to alleviate hunger in Palm Beach County. It provides access to nutritious food for more than 100,000 hungry residents every month. The Food Bank procures approximately 5 million pounds of food annually from grocery stores, restaurants, food distributors, wholesalers and other sources and provides it to more than 200 local community partners, including food pantries, soup kitchens and residential housing programs. Palm Beach County Food Bank programs reach families, school children and seniors, and connects those in need of available benefits and resources. Dec. 8 Empty Bowls Delray Beach; 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.; Old School Square; $25/advance, $30/door Feb. 28 Palm Beach Empty Bowls; 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.; The Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea; $25
Charity D A T E B O O K Palm Beach Island Hospice Foundation 44 Cocoanut Row, Ste. #M207 B Palm Beach, FL 33480 Ph: 561.832.8585
Palm Beach Opera
Palm Beach Symphony
1800 S. Australian Ave., Ste. 301 West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Ph: 561.833.7888
400 Hibiscus St., Ste. 100 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Ph: 561.655.2657
President of Membership Board: Mark W. Cook Chairman/COO: Peter Summers Year Founded: 1985 Info: Palm Beach Island Hospice Foundation has been dedicated to the support of Palm Beach County’s hospice care organization for more than 35 years. Through the tireless efforts of its all-volunteer group, the foundation provides essential resources that support patients and their families of those who are facing advanced illnesses. Each year, the foundation hosts one of the signature events of the Palm Beach season. Hospice Evening invites friends and supporters to celebrate the foundation’s work and to raise additional funds for hospice care. Jan. 16 Hospice Evening 2020 “Among the Palms”; 7 p.m.; The Flagler Museum; $900, $500/junior
General Director: David Walker Chairman: Dennis K. Williams Year Founded: 1961 Info: Palm Beach Opera is dedicated to producing live opera at an international standard of excellence, to enriching the life of the communities it serves with a diverse offering of educational programs and to training the next generation of opera stars. Founded in 1961, the fully professional Palm Beach Opera produces mainstage performances at the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts in West Palm Beach and is a proud member of OPERA America and the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County. Dec. 6 Opening night “Hansel and Gretel”; 7 p.m.; Crest Theatre at Old School Square; Tickets from $25 Jan. 24 Opening night “Turandot”; 7:30 p.m.; Kravis Center; Tickets from $20 Feb. 10 2020 Gala, An Evening with Christian Van Horn; 6:30 p.m.; The Breakers Palm Beach; $1,000/person; Sponsorships available
Executive Director: David McClymont Board President: Dale McNulty Year Founded: 1974 Info: Palm Beach Symphony’s mission is to engage, educate and entertain through live performances of inspiring orchestral music. Now in its 46th season and under the leadership of Executive Director David McClymont, the Symphony has earned a stellar reputation as a world-class orchestra with a mission that includes carefully designed education and community outreach initiatives. The 2019-20 season offers masterworks and chamber music series, crafted by Maestro Gerard Schwarz, that are performed in venues such as the Kravis Center, the Society of the Four Arts and the Norton Museum of Art. Dec. 17 Holly Jolly Symphony Fête; 11 a.m.; The Beach Club Palm Beach; $200 Feb. 17 18th Annual Gala “The Magic of Music”; 7:30 p.m.; The Breakers; $750; Feb. 17 Young Friends Annual Gala-Night Party; 7:30 p.m.; The Breakers; $250
Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League 3100/3200 N. Military Trail West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Ph: 561.472.8842
The Pine School
Place of Hope
12350 SE Federal Highway Hobe Sound, FL 33455 Ph: 772.675.7005
9078 Isaiah Lane Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33408 Ph: 561.775.7195
Executive Director/CEO: Rich Anderson Chairman of the Board: Lesly S. Smith Year Founded: 1925 Info: Our mission is to provide shelter to lost, homeless and unwanted animals, to provide spay and neuter and other medical services for companion animals, and to care for, protect, and find quality homes for homeless and neglected companion animals, to advocate animal welfare, community involvement and education to further the bond between people and animals. Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League saves more lives than any other rescue organization in Palm Beach County. Nov. 30 The Young Friends of Peggy Adams hosts its inaugural Party Animal Gala; 7:30 p.m. to 11 p.m.; The Norton Museum of Art; $275, $500/couple Dec. 5 48th Annual Christmas Ball; 7 p.m.; Sailfish Club of Florida; $750 Feb. 22 19th Annual Barry Crown Walk for the Animals; 9 a.m. to noon; Meyer Amphitheatre; free; incentives start at $35
Head of School: Binney Caffrey Year Founded: 1969 Info: The Pine School is a vibrant and unified K-12, college-prep community, bound together by a shared sense of pride in our students. The Pine School has always sought to prepare students for the world of tomorrow. From our enriching off-campus, beyond-the-classroom experiences to our commitment to service that develops a deeper sense of compassion, our students are exceptionally well-rounded and attractive to top universities. Our curriculum is specially designed to focus on collaborative and creative problem-solving skills to create lifelong learners. Inspiring arts and competitive athletics are part of the balance. We invite you to tour our beautiful 142-acre campus. Nov. 2 Evening of Celebration Gala; 6 p.m.; The Pine School; $150 Nov. 16 PineFest 50th Anniversary Celebration; 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.; The Pine School; $5 Jan. 18 100 Years of Cars Show; 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.; The Pine School; $10
Founding CEO: Charles L. Bender III COO: Shannon Anderson Year Founded: 2001 Info: Place of Hope is a unique, faith-based, state-licensed children’s organization providing family-style foster care (emergency and longterm); family outreach and intervention; maternity care; safety for victims of domestic minor sex trafficking; transitional housing and support services for youth aging out of foster care; housing and support services for homeless families; foster care recruitment and support; hope and healing opportunities for children and families who have been traumatized by abuse and neglect throughout our region. Oct. 18 Peninsula Dinner: Celebrating Old Florida’s Forgotten Treasures; 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.; BMR Stables; $150 Dec. 6 Paradise Found: A Dinner Celebrating Florida’s Treasures; 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.; Adam’s Ranch; $125 Jan. 17 Sporting Clays Fun Shoot; 7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.; South Florida Shooting Club; $1,500
Charity D A T E B O O K Planned Parenthood of South, East and North Florida
Port Salerno Seafood Festival 4745 SE DeSoto Ave. Stuart, FL 34997 Ph: 772.359.7555
2300 N. Florida Mango Road West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Ph: 561.472.9966
Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts 701 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Ph: 561.833.8300
President and CEO: Lillian Tamayo Year Founded: 1971 Info: The mission of Planned Parenthood of South, East and North Florida is to provide comprehensive sexual health care through the provision of clinical services, education and advocacy. We do so by understanding and responding to the needs of those seeking our services, and by protecting and respecting the essential privacy rights, dignity and culture of each individual. Oct. 24 Martin County Cocktails for a Cause; 6 p.m.; Private home in Stuart; $150; Sponsorship opportunities available Feb. 6 Palm Beach Dinner Dance; 7 p.m.; $800; Sponsorship opportunities available March 5 Tradition of Choice Luncheon; 10:30 a.m.; Kravis Center; $175; Sponsorship opportunities available
Presidente: John Hennessee Vice President:Melody Fortier Year Founded: 2006 Info: Welcome to the 14th Annual Port Salerno Seafood Festival. This year’s event for the first time is a TWO-DAY event. The Seafood is prepared by Port Salerno’s fishermen. This event would not be possible without the dedication of the local fishermen of Port Salerno. They catch, clean and cook most of the seafood, and their families serve it up at the festival for all to enjoy. As usual, there will be lots of mermaids and pirates, a kids zone, ferris wheel, and three stages with music all day long. There will be more large tenting to make this a rain or shine event. Advance sale tickets are available online. Jan. 25 to 26 Port Salerno Seafood Festival; Saturday 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sunday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Port Salerno Waterfront; $15/day, $20/two-day pass
Board Chairman: Jeffrey A. Stoops Chief Executive Officer: Judith A. Mitchell Year Founded: 1992 Info: The Kravis Center’s mission is to enhance the quality of life in Palm Beach County by presenting a diverse schedule of artists and companies of the highest quality, offering comprehensive arts education programs— serving more than 2.6 million students since its inception, providing a home for local and regional arts organizations, providing economic catalyst and community leadership in West Palm Beach and supporting efforts to increase tourism to Palm Beach County. Jan. 20 Palm Beach Wine Auction; 6 p.m.; 1000 NORTH, Jupiter; $1,250 advance reservation required March 14 Kravis Center Gala; 5:30 p.m.; Kravis Center; $1,250/gala patron, $650/young gala patron; advance reservation required
Richard David Kann (RDK) Melanoma Foundation
SafeSpace, Inc. 612 SE Dixie Highway Stuart, FL 34994 Ph: 772.223.2399
2751 S. Dixie Highway West Palm Beach, FL 33405 Ph: 561.655.9655 firstname.lastname@example.org melanomafoundation.com Founder and President: Deborah Kann Schwarzberg Year Founded: 1995 Info: The Richard David Kann Melanoma Foundation has been working to raise awareness about prevention and early detection of skin cancer, especially melanoma. The Foundation’s vision is to educate communities on the importance of primary prevention and seeing a dermatologist yearly. The Sun Smart America curriculum and Students Against Melanoma Clubs educate students K-12 about sun safety. RDK and Hall of Fame baseball player, Mike Schmidt, launched The Mike Schmidt Sun Smart USA program in 2017. This grassroots program strives to protect the public at beaches, parks and stadiums with sunscreen dispensers inspiring life-long habits for prevention of skin cancer. Jan. 20 RDK Melanoma Foundation’s 21st Annual Luncheon & Fashion Show “Eclipse 2020”; 10:30 a.m. silent auction, noon luncheon and fashion show featuring J. Mendel; The Breakers Palm Beach; $375
safespacefl.org CEO: Terri Hamrick Year Founded: 1979 Info: SafeSpace is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that operates programs in Martin, St. Lucie and Indian River counties. SafeSpace offers victims of domestic violence safety, support and education, empowering them to create an independent life free from violence. Emergency shelter and supportive living/transitional housing programs, 24/7 crisis hotline and extensive outreach advocacy services are available for victims and their children. SafeSpace offers services to all victims and their dependents regardless of race, gender, age, religion, political belief, national origin, immigration status, physical or mental disability, marital status, sexual orientation or language spoken. We have a variety of volunteer opportunities; please contact Janet Farnan-Dyer, Resource and Volunteer Coordinator. Oct. 19 40th Birthday Bash; 6 p.m.; Treasure Coast Lexus; $200
The Salvation Army of Martin, St. Lucie & Okeechobee Counties 821 SE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Stuart, FL 34994 Ph: 772.288.1471 email@example.com salvationarmyflorida.org/martincounty Corps Officers: Jeff and Sheena Marquis Year Founded: 1865 Info: The Salvation Army’s mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination. Volunteer opportunities include bell-ringing at our red kettles at Christmas, sorting donations in our thrift stores, serving meals in our soup kitchen and homeless ministry. We help families in need with things such as food, clothing, emergency financial assistance and disaster services. We also serve the homeless through our Compassion House and Adam’s Place shelters. Nov. 11 Wings of Hope Luncheon & Silent Auction; 10:30 a.m.; Hutchinson Shores Resort & Spa; $125 Feb. 28 “Stayin Alive” Fundraiser; 6 p.m. or 8:30 p.m.; The Lyric Theatre; $75 March 12 “The Jersey Tenors” Fundraiser; 7 p.m.; The Lyric Theatre; $75
Charity D A T E B O O K Schoolhouse Children’s Museum 129 E. Ocean Ave. Boynton Beach , FL 33435 Ph: 561.742.6780
120 Scripps Way Jupiter, FL 33458 Ph: 561.228.2016
3879 Byron Drive West Palm Beach, FL 33404 Ph: 561.842.5814
Executive Director: Suzanne Ross Year Founded: 1996 Info: Inspire and engage children and families to explore, play, learn and discover through creative, interactive learning opportunities that integrate the arts, humanities and sciences in cultural and historical settings. April 23 Too Cool For School; Co-chairs Paula Melley and Allan Hendricks; 6 p.m.; Benvenuto; $125
President and CEO of Scripps Research: Peter Schultz, PhD Executive Vice President of Scripps Research: Douglas Bingham, Esq Year Founded: 2003 Info: At Scripps Research, we expand basic knowledge in the biosciences, and use these fundamental advancements to develop profound innovations that improve wellbeing. Our researchers lead breakthrough studies that address the world’s most pressing health concerns. Our educational and training programs mold talented and committed students and postdocs into the next generation of leading scientists. We are accelerating the creation and delivery of medical breakthroughs to better human health around the globe. Dec. 3 Women in Science Education (WISE) Kick-Off event; Scripps Research Auditorium followed by cocktails and hors d’oeuvres Jan. 22 Inaugural Front Row Lecture Series featuring Peter Schultz, PhD; Scripps Research Auditorium; additional lectures throughout the season
President and CEO: Dan Stanislawczyk Board Chair: Laura Fowler Year Founded: 1979 Info: Seagull Services is a private, non-profit dedicated to facilitating improvement in the quality of life of children and adults with developmental disabilities. Seagull offers advocacy and a variety of programs designed to promote achievement, self-reliance and economic independence. Those include vocational training, educational services and supported employment. Volunteer opportunities are available during agency events and at Seagull’s work center and charter school, Seagull Academy for Independent Living. Businesses may partner with Seagull Services to provide job training opportunities for clients and internships for high school students. Feb. 21 The Chef Event;11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.; Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa; $150
Selfless Love Foundation 1095 Military Trail, Ste. 1033 Jupiter, FL 33458 Ph: 954.372.7760
Soroptimist International of Stuart
St. Mark’s Episcopal Church & School
819 S. Federal Highway, Ste. 300 Stuart, FL 34994 Ph: 772.323.6764
3395 Burns Road Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 Ph: 561.623.2624
CEO and Founder: Ashley Brown Year Founded: 2015 Info: Selfless Love Foundation (SLF) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to transforming the lives of current and former foster youth through awareness and strategic partnerships. To fulfill its mission, Selfless Love Foundation focuses its efforts on independent living and adoptions, helping former foster youth bridge the gap between dependence and independence and finding forever families for children in foster care. Volunteer opportunities are available and ongoing throughout the year. Please inquire by sending us an email. Oct. 19 “Party for a Cause” Halloween Party; 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.; Seminole Casino Coconut Creek April 18 Third Annual Gala; 5:30 p.m.; The Breakers Palm Beach
President: Jill Keegan Vice president: Marney McKee Year Founded: 1954 Info: A commitment to enhance the lives of others by promoting friendships, providing community service and applying our skills, talents and resources toward the betterment of women and their families. March 31 Women of Distinction; 6 p.m.; Mariner Sands Country Club; Price TBA; Visit our website for more information.
Head of School Deborah A. Strainge Rector The Rev. James B. Cook Year Founded: 1962 Church, 1979 School Info: St. Mark’s offers a safe, welcoming community for children of all faiths. Educators cultivate the best in each child through nurture and challenge. Students are provided with a balanced exposure to enriched core academics as well as an innovative STEM curriculum in the STEM SmartLab, programs in world language, athletic offerings, service learning opportunities, and courses in fine and performing arts. A deep commitment to helping others and serving the wider community provides the cornerstone for character development. A robust after-school program helps students build on individual interests. Tours are offered by appointment. Oct. 24 Fall Open House; 9 a.m.; St. Mark’s Episcopal Church & School Feb. 20 Spring Open House; 9 a.m.; St. Mark’s Episcopal Church & School April 25 St. Mark’s School Auction Celebrating 40 Years!; 6:30 p.m.: The Pelican Club
Charity D A T E B O O K Treasure Coast Food Bank
Treasure Coast Hospice Foundation
401 Angle Road Fort Pierce, FL 34947 Ph: 772.489.3034
1201 SE Indian St. Stuart, FL 34997 Ph: 772.403.4500
firstname.lastname@example.org stophunger.org President and CEO: Judith Cruz Year Founded: 1988 Info: Treasure Coast Food Bank, the largest hunger-relief organization and only food bank serving Martin, Indian River, St. Lucie and Okeechobee counties, works with more than 300 partner agencies to provide nutritious food and other essentials to nearly 100,000 individuals struggling with hunger each week. Volunteer opportunities range from sorting and packing food; direct distribution at our mobile pantries; food drive pick-ups and more. Oct. 26 Dolphin Bar & Shrimp House Golf Tournament; 11 a.m. shotgun start, 5 p.m. reception and award ceremony; The Shores of North River Club and Dolphin Bar & Shrimp House; $70, $280/foursome Feb. 23 Lundin Kudo Empty Bowls; 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Women’s Club of Stuart; $20 per bowl/soup March 15 Spring Forward for Hunger Farmto-Table Brunch; 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Kai-Kai Farm; $75
treasurehealth.org CEO: Jackie Kendrick, CHPCA Year Founded: 1982 Info: Treasure Coast Hospice Foundation is a non-profit, community-based organization that raises funds to support hospice and grief support programs for patients and families in Martin and St. Lucie counties. Since 1982, Treasure Coast Hospice has provided access to compassionate, caring, expert and professional hospice and grief support services to patients and families at the end of life. Thanks to the support of generous donors, the Treasure Coast Hospice Foundation can fund indigent hospice care, a pediatric hospice program, music therapy and comprehensive grief support programs. Jan. 20 Founding Friends of Treasure Coast Hospice Food & Wine Extravaganza; 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.; Harbour Ridge Country Club; $150, $125/early bird Feb. 8 Annual Rose Ball – Roaring 20s Gala; 5:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.; Mariner Sands Country Club; $150, $125/early bird Feb. 29 Sporting Clay Shoot; 8 a.m.; OK Corral Gun Club; $250
Unicorn Children’s Foundation
United States Sailing Center - Martin County
21100 Ruth & Baron Coleman Blvd. Ste. 200 Boca Raton, FL 33428 Ph: 561.620.9377
1955 NE Indian River Drive Jensen Beach, FL 34957 Ph: 772.334.8085
Tykes & Teens 3577 SW Corporate Parkway Palm City, FL 34990 Ph: 772.631.7653
email@example.com tykesandteens.org Chief Executive Officer: Jeffrey Shearer Board President: F. Shields McManus Year Founded: 1996 Info: Our mission is prioritizing children’s mental health in our families, schools and communities through prevention, education and treatment. Counseling services are provided on a sliding scale at more than 50 locations across the Treasure Coast including outpatient offices in Palm City, Hobe Sound, Jensen Beach and Port St. Lucie and onsite in Martin County and Okeechobee schools. Volunteers are utilized during the agency’s signature annual week-long fundraiser, The Festival of Trees and Lights taking place in November in Stuart, and for the Ride for Mental Health taking place in Port St. Lucie in May. Nov. 17 to 23 12th Annual Tykes & Teens Festival of Trees and Lights; Times vary; Flagler Place; Prices vary May Ride for Mental Health & Family Fun Day; Port St. Lucie Civic Center; Prices vary
Urban Youth Impact 2823 N. Australian Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Ph: 561.832.9220
President: Angela Fisher Vice-President: Alisa Bachana Jaffe Year Founded: 1994 Info: Unicorn Children’s Foundation exists to support cradle to career pathways that will help kids and young adults with special needs excel in their community. Our volunteer opportunities include graphic design, grant research and writing, general office assistance, committees and special events, administration, fundraising, marketing and ambassadors. Nov. 22 Community Inclusion Awards; 11:30 a.m.; Boca West Country Club; $125, $1,000/table of 10 March 7 25th Anniversary Royal Ball; 6:30 p.m.; Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa; Tickets from $300 April 4 Game On! Sprint for Special Needs; 7 a.m.; South County Regional Park, Tickets from $30
Executive Director: Alan Jenkinson President of the Board of Directors: Charlie MacNider Year Founded: 1997 Info: The U.S. Sailing Center - Martin County is committed to broadening the base of the sport of sailing through dedicated, affordable community sailing programs for youth and adults, and providing support for the development of future champions and Olympic racers. Join us to make friends, volunteer and support our community. We are looking for sailors, boaters, race committee, organizers, workers, handymen, promoters, teachers, technology specialists and more. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to support our fundraising efforts and a Capital Campaign to expand our building and facilities. Nov. 9 All Hands on Deck - High School Sailing Fundraiser; 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.; U.S. Sailing Center - Martin County; $50 April 3 Ports of Call - Fundraising Gala; 6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.; Frances Langford Dockside Pavilion; $75
President and CEO: Chris Tress Year Founded: 1997 Info: Urban Youth Impact exists to love, equip and empower inner-city youth to fulfill their God-given purpose. Nov. 9 Fall Stampede 5K; 8 a.m.; Flagler Drive; $35 March 14 Impact Gala; 6 p.m.; Sailfish Club of Florida; $200 April 27 Golf Classic; 6:30 a.m.; PGA National Resort and Spa; $4,000/foursome
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Visiting Nurse Association of Florida 2400 SE Monterey Road, Ste. 300 Stuart, FL 34996 Ph: 772.286.1844 email@example.com vnaflorida.org CEO: Jennifer Crow Year Founded: 1976 Info: For over 40 years, the VNA has provided patients with a wide range of quality home healthcare services. Our charitable arm, the Visiting Nurse Foundation, utilizes donations to provide disease prevention, education and free health care to those in need. Our fundraising events support the Florence Nightingale Express Mobile Medical Clinic, VNA patients during financial need and the annual scholarship fund for high school seniors pursuing nursing. Donors make it possible for us to promote community health and assist patients in improving their quality of life. Oct. 19 Seventh Annual Sporting Clay Shoot; Quail Creek Plantation; Sponsorships available Jan. 18 Denim & Diamonds Ball; 6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.; The Hitchin Post at Rockin H Ranch; $150; Sponsorships available May 7, 8 27th Annual Golf Tournament & Auction; Thursday 6 p.m., Friday noon; Willoughby Golf Club; Sponsorships available
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CEO: Jeff DeMario Chair of the Board of Directors: Frank Gulisano Year Founded: 2005 Info: Since 2005 Vita Nova, Inc. has been finding solutions for young adults ages 18 to 25 in Palm Beach County who have aged out of foster care or are homeless. This solution involves programs designed to ensure that there is No Kid Homeless. Vita Nova provides housing; a homeless drop-in center; employment readiness training; life coaches for older foster youth; and a Thrift Store to end homelessness. Vita Nova means “new life” and was founded by Father Leo Armbrust, who believed that foster youth deserved a better quality of life. March Fourth Annual Mallets & Martinis; The National Croquet Center $150
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West Palm Beach Library Foundation
YWCA of Palm Beach County
417 SE Balboa Ave., Stuart, Florida 34994 Ph: 772.463.4128
411 Clematis St., Third Floor West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Ph: 561.868.7793
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President: Howard Voss, MD and Medical Director Vice President: Charles Phillips, MD Year Founded: 1995 Info: For more than 20 years, VIM’s mission has been to provide free, comprehensive health care to legal, adult residents of Martin County who earn less than 200 percent of the poverty level, and are without access to health care. VIM Clinic provided more than $10 million worth of medical care last year. VIM’s volunteer medical professionals practice the art of medicine, not the business of health care, to give patients hope, dignity and a better chance of remaining productive members of our community. Jan. 25 Speakeasy VIM Gala 2020; 6 p.m. to 11 p.m.; Mariner Sands Country Club; $400 May 15, 16 Robert F. Novins Memorial Golf Tournament & Reception; Friday 6 p.m., Carsons Tavern, $50; Saturday 11 a.m., Willoughby Golf Club, Sponsorships available
Chairwoman: Natalie M. Alvarez Year Founded: 2000 Info: The West Palm Beach Library Foundation was created to raise critical funds for the Mandel Public Library of West Palm Beach, an important institution that serves over a thousand people a day and is a community builder and center of inspiration and learning for all people. The Foundation supports the Library’s collections, services and programs that include literacy, education, art, health and enrichment workshops and classes that elevate children, adults and families. Invest in the Foundation to ensure that the library you love will continue to offer free programs and services that help children excel and adults thrive. April 4 Food For Thought, An Evening of Great Conversation; 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.; Mandel Public Library of West Palm Beach; $350
CEO: Kathleen N. Spears, PhD Board President: Kalinthia Dillard, Esq Year Founded: 1917 Info: The YWCA, dedicated to eliminating racism and empowering women, is celebrating its 102nd year serving women and their families in Palm Beach County. It operates the Mary Rubloff YWCA Harmony House, a shelter for abused women and children; a 24-hour domestic violence hotline; Rapid Re-Housing for domestic violence victims; a Child Development Center serving low-income families; Y-Girls and Y-Teens, after-school activities for girls ages 8 to 18 in the Glades; Y-SAV, an anti-violence education program; and several racial justice initiatives. Dec. 9 Mary Rubloff YWCA Harmony House Luncheon: ‘Cause It’s the Season, Let’s Flamingle; 11 a.m.; Sailfish Club of Florida April 7 Stand Against Racism Luncheon; 11:30 a.m.; Kravis Center April 30 Run for the Roses Tea; 2:30 p.m.; The Beach Club, Palm Beach
Zoe Loren ‘Make a Difference’ Foundation 127 Siesta Way Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418 Ph: 561.704.8556 firstname.lastname@example.org zoeloren.org Directors: Bruce and Evonn Loren Year Founded: 2011 Info: The mission of the Zoe Loren Foundation is to provide opportunities for growth and enrichment to under-served children in Palm Beach County. Since 2011 we have donated more than $150,000 in scholarships and grants. Please vist zoeloren. org/events to register for our events. Nov. 10 Ninth Annual 5K Run/Walk; 7:30 a.m.; Carlin Park; $35/pre-register, $40/day of; early-bird and group discounts available; ocean course, tech shirts, age-group awards, finisher medals, fun run and a kid’s 100-yard dash.
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WHO: UFC professional fighter Gillian “The Savage” Robertson WHAT: The Ford’s Garage Aviator cocktail and the Famosa Lager paired with the “Josh Cohen Black & Bleu” burger of 1/2-pound blackened Angus, crumbled blue cheese, applewood smoked bacon, caramelized onions, lettuce and tomato on a European pretzel bun; the Giant Funnel Tower of jumbo piston onion rings served with homemade chipotle ketchup and ranch dipping sauces; the Famous Firestone Shrimp of lightly battered fried shrimp tossed in the spicy “Boom Boom” sauce topped with scallions; and the Chicken Henry of grilled marinated chicken breast, topped with a Chardonnay lemon butter sauce, goat cheese, basil and sun-dried tomato, served with white cheddar mashed potatoes and green beans. WHERE: Ford’s Garage Wellington, 10300 Forest Hills Blvd., Ste. 122, Wellington / 561.805.3673
argued with me a lot. They couldn’t understand why their daughter, who just graduated high school with a 4.2 GPA and an associates degree with aspirations of becoming a veterinarian, wanted to drop out of college to pursue a dream of getting punched in the face for a living.
especially sensitive when it comes to: my 12-year-old pit bull Robin. I adopted him when he was around 5 years old. He had a brother named Batman who was adopted first. Robin had been there for over a year, so I decided I had to give him a home. That’s too long for any dog to be jailed in a cage. He instantly became my shadow, and now he’s my best friend.
When I first told my family I was going to become a professional fighter they:
If I wasn’t traveling the world fighting for a living, I’d be: somewhere working
with animals. I started volunteering with the Humane Society when I was 7. I volunteered with an equine rescue and a wildlife rescue, too. When I was little I wasn’t very good or even interested in sports like soccer. I would just sit in the middle of the soccer field and pick flowers.
I may be one of the toughest women on the planet inside of the cage, but people might be surprised to know that I’m
In an era in which women’s sports have achieved unprecedented coverage, respect and revenue, I want everyone to know that: this is just the beginning for women in
this sport. It’s been crazy to see the evolution and just how fast it has grown. Unlike with other sports, in the UFC there is no “LUFC” or “WUFC.” We’re getting the same opportunities that the men are. (Former fighter) Ronda Rousey was actually getting paid more than any of the guys were.
ABOUT THE COCKTAIL: The Aviator
2 ounces Aviation gin 0.5 ounces black cherry puree 3 ounces lemonade
orn in Canada, Gillian Robertson relocated to South Florida with her parents at the age of 7. Robertson discovered cardio-kickboxing at age 16 and immediately fell in love with combat sports. After compiling an impressive amateur record of 9-1 under the tutelage of world-renowned MMA coach Din Thomas, Robertson decided to put her dream of a veterinary career on hold to become a professional MMA fighter. Making her UFC debut in December 2017, Robertson competed on the reality TV series “The Ultimate Fighter 26.” She has fought on UFC fight cards around the world including in Las Vegas, Liverpool, São Paolo, Prague and Edmonton. A competitive grappler and animal activist, Robertson and her beloved canine companion Robin currently reside in Margate.
Combine ingredients in a dry tin, shake, pour over ice and top with 1.5 ounces soda water. Garnish with a lemon wheel, cherry and blackberry.
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NORTH PALM BEACH Aaron’s Table & Wine Bar 1153 Town Center Dr. Jupiter 561.855.2628 aaronstable.com American restaurant and wine bar by Aaron Fuller, former executive chef at Mar-A-Lago Club. Casual, farmhouse chic setting with chef-inspired dishes, unique wines and the best ingredients prepared with love.
Alaina’s Bake Shoppe & Cafe 4377 Northlake Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens 561.318.6945 alainasbake shoppe.com Voted Best Café in Palm Beach County, Alaina’s is a cozy neighborhood café where you can stop in and indulge your sweet tooth with a delicious treat or satisfy your savory side with tasty breakfast and lunch selections.
The Alchemist Gastropub & Bar 223 Clematis Street West Palm Beach 561.355.0691 thealchemistgastro pub.com An eclectic collection of Mediterranean influenced dishes, and contemporary interpretations of comfort classics with a special nod toward farm fresh ingredients and global flare.
Angelo’s Italian Restaurant & Pizzeria 155 Toney Penna Dr. Jupiter 561.747.2974 bestangelospizza.com Since 1988, this family-run business uses only the finest ingredients to make its own special sauces, delicate crusts, and quality toppings, keeping true to Italian traditions.
Barcello 11603 US Highway North Palm Beach 561.660.8222 barcellonpb.com Barcello offers an
extensive upscale, contemporary menu that includes pasta, pizza, salads, meat, chicken and fish. Large selection of American and worldly wines, craft beer and cocktails.
Bluefire Grill 4000 RCA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens 561.622.8888 marriott.com This American restaurant located at Palm Beach Gardens Marriott features delicious steaks, seafood, pasta dishes and more.
Blue Marlin Grille Shoppes of Oakbrook Plaza 11658 U.S. Hwy. 1 Palm Beach Gardens 561.331.8989 bluemarlinpbg.com Delight in Italian, fresh, and contemporary cuisine in a sophisticated dining ambiance with white leather upholstery and blue lighting as well as a full service lounge.
Bricktops 2373 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens 561.530.4313 bricktops.com This waterfront restaurant boasts a tiki bar and outside lounge overlooking the Intracoastal. The menu is eclectic and diverse ranging from Scottish salmon to chicken Milanese and baby back ribs.
Brio Tuscan Grille The Gardens Mall 3101 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens 561.622.0491 brioitalian.com Spacious and airy, this Italian restaurant gives diners a taste of “La Dolce Vita.”
Buonasera Ristorante 2145 S. U.S. Hwy. 1 Jupiter 561.744.0543 buonaserajupiter1993. com Fine Northern Italian cuisine is offered in an elegant, intimate environment. The restaurant serves the freshest ingredients, the finest Italian food and unparalleled personal attention.
Cabo Flats Cantina & Tequila Bar 1352 S. U.S. Hwy. 1 Jupiter 561.320.9644 caboflats.com Dedicated to serving the finest Mexican food and drinks from the freshest ingredients at a reasonable price, from tacos to burritos and signature dishes to the huge, delicious margaritas and craft cocktails.
Café Chardonnay 4533 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens 561.627.2662 cafechardonnay.com Offering award-winning American cuisine in a casual, elegant environment. The finest local fish and best local produce garnered them the “Distinguished Restaurant of North America” award. Extensive wine list.
Carmines Coal Fired Pizza 4575 Military Trail Jupiter 561.340.3930 CarminesCFP.com Committed to delivering a true Italian experience ala Florence or Milan. This casual restaurant has an eclectic atmosphere inside. Or you can dine al fresco under the palm trees. The pizzas are cooked in a 900 degree coal fired oven, producing a perfectly crispy crust.
Carmine’s La Trattoria 2401 PGA Boulevard Palm Beach Gardens 561.775.0186 CarminesLa Trattoria.com The waterfront ambiance is a perfect back drop for your fine Italian dining experience. A beautiful, private room is also available for parties up to 50.
Carmine’s Ocean Grill & Sushi Bar 2401 PGA Blvd., Ste. 160 Palm Beach Gardens 561.472.7900 carminesog.com This fantastic seafood restaurant, which was once Umi’s Fish Bar, has tantalizing sushi dishes, mouth-watering raw bar selections and classic Ocean Grill signature dishes.
Casa Mia Trattoria & Pizzeria 337 E. Indiantown Rd. Suite E10 | Jupiter 561.972.6888 casamiajupiter.com Featuring only authentically-Italian, from scratch recipes made from quality ingredients, including wood-fired pizzas, seafood pastas, delectable desserts and a great wine selection, Casa Mia specializes in every aspect of great Italian cooking. We have many specials and a fun happy hour to boot.
CG Burgers by Carmine 4575 Military Trail Jupiter 561.340.3940 CGBurgers.com With a casual rustic ambiance, they offers big, juicy, burgers, grilled to perfection, including the Wagyu Beef Burger, Fresh White Meat Turkey or Chicken Burger, Bison Burger or Vegetarian Burger and salad bar.
Chowder Heads Restaurant 2123 S. US Hwy. 1 Jupiter 561.203.2903 ChowderHeads USA.com “Authentic New England Seafood” offering award-winning chowders, traditional and New England southern style Lobster Rolls and fried Ipswich clams. Succulent fresh Maine Lobster is flown in every other day.
Christopher’s Kitchen 4783 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens 561.318.6191 christopherskitchen fl.com More than just a great restaurant, this is a gathering place where the health conscious of South Florida can experience refreshing, creative and healthful cuisine in a warm and friendly setting. Experience an unrelenting passion for the finest living foods.
Coolinary Cafe 4650 Donald Ross Rd. Suite 110 Palm Beach Gardens 561.249.6760 coolinarycafe.com If you are looking for something a little exotic and different the Coolinary Cafe, a Tim Lipman restaurant, is cooking it up a notch or two and taking things to
a new level. From rabbit tacos with fresh coriander to cinnamonchipotle-rubbed duck and carrot cake waffles for dessert this place is full of surprises.
The Cooper Craft Kitchen & Bar PGA Commons 4610 PGA Blvd. Ste. 100 Palm Beach Gardens 561.622.0032 thecooperrestaurant. com Sustainable, environmentally conscious food in a contemporary setting, with unparalleled service. Inspired by fresh ingredients that are locally sourced and mindfully prepared. Offering artisan cocktails, wines and microbrewed draft beers.
Old World authenticity with dishes that raise the bar on flavor. Seafood, soups, salads and fresh pasta dishes, as well as ample varieties of poultry, veal and beef entrées. Our wine list boasts some of the finest wines from Italy and Napa.
Evo Authentic Italian Cuisine 150 N. U.S. Hwy. 1 Tequesta 561.745.2444 evoitalian.com Chef Erik uses only the freshest and finest quality ingredients available, including Italian imports such as extra virgin olive oil, San Marzano tomatoes, buffalo mozzarella, pasta, a variety of olives and aged Italian cheeses.
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Gastropub Style Cuisine in a comfortable pub setting that’s great for families and sporting enthusiasts. DAS is the premiere location to find the best craft beer has to offer; 40 + craft beers on tap and 75 different bottles; with a focus on local Florida breweries.
Quick-serve, clean, delicious food made from exceptional ingredients. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Meet your health goals on the run. Nutrition and fitness consults available. Eat in, take out, delivery and catering. Live Fresh. Eat Fresh. Love Fresh.
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11701 Lake Victoria Gardens Ave. Ste. 2105 Palm Beach Gardens 561.799.1115 dirtymartinipalm beach.com Redefining the traditional concept of a martini lounge, Dirty Martini has an expansive martini list as well as an impressive menu. Enjoy live entertainment. Also available for private parties.
The Dive Bar 318 S. U.S. Hwy. 1 Jupiter 561.747.4767 divebarrestaurant.com Decompress at this unique restaurant, designed to provide you with an amazing dining experience as well as an education about Florida’s waters, complete with fish tanks. Fresh seafood, sushi, pastas.
Divino Ristorante Italiano Oaktree Plaza 11585 U.S. Hwy. 1 N. #312 North Palm Beach 561.721.2250 divinopalmbeach.com email@example.com
600 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach 561.231.6100 hiltonwestpalm beach.com Chef Miguel Santiago helms the kitchen at the farm-to-table restaurant with coastal flair inside Hilton West Palm Beach. Highlights include wood-fired steaks, craft cocktails, and a cast-iron chocolate chip cookie for dessert.
Garden City Café Plaza La Mer 805 Donald Ross Rd. Juno Beach 561.624.7944 gardencitycafepga.com Serving the finest Continental Cuisine in the Palm Beaches! Scott Guli, the Executive Chef has been cooking for 40 years and hand picks his meats and fish. He adds a unique, nouveau twist to each of his dishes ensuring unique flavors, quality, consistency, and pristine service. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Sunday Brunch and live music.
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The Great Greek Mediterranean Grill 11300 Legacy Ave. Palm Beach Gardens 561.567.0258 thegreatgreekgrill.com The Great Greek Mediterranean Grill is a fast-casual restaurant franchise concept featuring authentic Greek recipes, made to order, with only the highest quality ingredients, fresh products and outstanding hospitality. The original Great Greek locations were in Las Vegas, but the concept is now being franchised and is quickly expanding across the U.S. and abroad.
Guanabanas 960 N. Highway A1A Jupiter 561.747.8878 guanabanas.com Opened by Jupiter surfers as a sandwich shop in 2004, Guanabanas has become an institution in Northern Palm Beach County. Lush, tropical setting, great Caribbean cuisine and cocktails and live music.
Hampton Forks Kitchen & Table 185 E. Indiantown Rd. #123 | Jupiter 631.276.1197 hamptonforks.com New American fare with worldly sophistication. Four-star restaurant quality food from soups, specialty sandwiches and composed side dishes to roasted meats, charcuterie, and pasta; all from seriously sourced local farms.
Hog Snappers 279 U.S. 1 | Tequesta 713 U.S. 1 | North Palm Beach 421 U.S. 1 | Stuart 800.335.HOGS hogsnappers.com Casual dining restaurant with an award-winning cuisine. With its fusion of Latin, Caribbean and Eastern Pacific flavors, the menu is as diverse as it is delicious.
Ironwood Steak & Seafood PGA National Resort & Spa 400 Ave. of the Champions Palm Beach Gardens 561.627.4852 ironwoodpga.com Ideal day or night dining
destination. Indulge in contemporary American dishes, locally-caught seafood, decadent desserts, innovative beverage mixology and one of the most impressive wine lists in South Florida.
corporate catering company that exceeds expectations with each and every event. Owner, Rodney Briguglio, is a former Ritz-Carlton Associate Director of Catering who constantly strives to raise the bar.
Jetty’s Waterfront Restaurant
1075 N. Highway A1A Jupiter 561.743.8166 jettysjupiter.com
2000 PGA Blvd. Suite 3110 Palm Beach Gardens 561.622.7200 limoncellopbg.com Limoncello is an upscale Italian restaurant serving fresh pastas made in-house daily, meats, fish and seafood, and celebrated Italian classics. Extensive wine list from Italy and around the world.
Location. Location. Location. Enjoy delicious seafood and stunning views overlooking the Jupiter Lighthouse.
Jumby Bay Island Grill Downtown Abacoa 1203 Town Center Dr. #101 | Jupiter 561.630.2030 jumbybayisland grill.com In the heart of Downtown Abacoa, they are known for tropically-inspired dishes, generous cocktails, dog friendly patio and relaxed beach house feel, Jumby Bay has been rated “Excellent” by Zagat. Kids EAT FREE Monday and Tuesday with an adult entrée purchase.
Krave Restaurant & Wine Bar 626 North US Hwy. 1 Tequesta 561.575.9222 kraverestaurant.com Award-winning Chef Michael Rolchigo serves gourmet meals prepared with only the freshest seafood, meats and produce. He’s created a small, intimate restaurant where he touches every plate and knows guests by name.
La Masseria – Authentic Italian Cuisine 5520 PGA Boulevard Suite 104 Palm Beach Gardens 561.660.8272 lamasseriapbg.com Inspired by Puglia’s ancient farmhouses, La Masseria brings a taste of Italy from its original location in the heart of Manhattan to sunny South Florida.
Lilly Catering & Events, LLC 105 Adobe Circle Jupiter 561.827.6468 mylillyevents.com Full service social and
Little Moir’s Food Shack 103 S. U.S. Hwy. 1 Jupiter 561.741.3626 littlemoirsfood shack.com Cool and creative, this neighborhood delight has become a destination eatery for many.
Nitrogen Bar Grill Sushi 6779 W. Indiantown Rd. Ste. #18 | Jupiter 561.972.2944 nitrogen.com A 1920s themed Speakeasy featuring Asian Inspired Gastropub Cuisine with a full bar and amazing craft cocktails. Full sushi bar, beautifully appointed dining room and our communal Chef’s Table featuring Omakase style tasting dinners.
Noble Thai & Sushi Bistro 6350 W. Indiantown Rd. Ste. 7 | Jupiter 561.743.6227 noblethaisushi.com Authentic Thai and Japanese cuisine using the perfect blend of the finest and freshest ingredients available, as well as authentic cooking methods.
Nonna Maria’s Italian Restaurant 529 Northlake Blvd. North Palm Beach 561.863.6584 nonnamarianpb.com Owners Judy and Francois bring a “French Twist” to the menu and personalized service at this affordable upscale dining establishment.
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The watering hole counterpart to Coolinary Cafe, chef Tim Lipman’s latest endeavor is a craft beer and wine bar serving local and regional craft beers, elevated global wines by the bottle or glass, and bites like cold water oysters, specialty toasts, and charcuterie and cheese.
Contemporary and sustainable cuisine with Mediterranean and Asian accents. Variety of entrees and tapas, fresh baked goods, salads, sandwiches and flat breads, creamy gelato, and a great selection of Prosecco, wine, and beer.
Upscale, comfy-chic restaurant, bar, and wine and liquor market. Where Napa Valley meets Palm Beach, offering great food, fine wines, and craft cocktails and beer. Lunchtime guests can enjoy gourmet sandwiches, salads and small plates.
The Parisian Restaurant & Wine Bar Cineopolis Movie Theater Plaza 201 N. U.S. Hwy. 1 Jupiter | 561.360.2224 theparisian restaurant.com Modern brasserie featuring exclusive French wine and updated French cuisine classics, serving freshly-made main dishes and desserts. Allow us to take you on a trip to Paris with our stunning design and relaxing ambience.
Paris In Town Le Bistro 11701 Lake Victoria Gardens Ave. Ste. 4101 Palm Beach Gardens 561.622.1616 parisintown bistro.com The fantastic menu items include steak au poivre, boeuf bourguignon, soupe a l’oignon, escargots, coq au vin, pâté, wine, bread, cheese, espresso, café au lait and more… in a relaxed, informal and casual atmosphere.
Pelican Cafe – Full Bar & Live Music 612 US Highway 1 Lake Park 561.842.7272 thepelicancafe.com Upscale American fare and Italian favorites from Eggs Benedict, Panini sandwiches, homemade Tuscan Pizza, Veal Chops, and Lobster Ravioli. Hearty breakfasts and reasonable priced lunches and dinners. family-owned, great food in a relaxed atmosphere.
Portobello Italian Ristorante 351 US Hwy. 1 Jupiter 561.748.3224 portobello jupiter.com Portobello is the kind of place that can be your home away from home. The smell of spices and authentic Italian cooking fill the air while the Portobello staff displays top notch hospitality and service to ensure you leave happy.
Rocco’s Tacos & Tequila Bar 5090 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens 561.623.0127 roccostacos.com An upscale upbeat Mexican-themed bar and eatery. Relish the tableside guacamole, which features Rocco’s secret spice blend.
Sailfish Marina Restaurant 98 Lake Drive Palm Beach Shores 561.842.8449 sailfishmarina.com/ restaurant Indulge in waterfront dining at its finest where fresh local seafood is served, from Abaco grouper and dolphin to Florida spiny lobster and stone crabs.
Saito’s Japanese Restaurant 700 S. Rosemary Ave. West Palm Beach 561.296.8881 4675 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens 561.202.6888 A hibachi and sushi bar where meals are made right before your eyes. Serving lunch and dinner daily.
Seasons 52 11611 Ellison Wilson Road Palm Beach Gardens 561.625.5852 seasons52.com Experience the sensational flavors of a seasonally inspired menu, all containing fewer than 500 calories and an award-winning international wine list. Casual, sophisticated ambiance.
Sinclair’s Ocean Grill 5 N. Highway A1A Jupiter 561.745.7120 jupiterbeachresort. com/dining Located at the Jupiter Beach Resort, dine on gourmet meals in the informal elegance of this tropical atmosphere. This American, Caribbean, Seafood, Steakhouse is Jupiter’s only oceanfront restaurant.
Spoto’s Oyster Bar & Bluepoint Lounge 4560 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens 561.776.9448 131 SW Flagler Ave. Stuart | 772.220.7772 spotosoyster bar.com A unique blend of Caribbean, Asian and North American Cuisines, featuring Blue Point oysters, Littleneck clams from Cape Cod, Yellowfin Tuna, and Yellowtail Snapper.
Square Grouper 1111 Love St. Jupiter 561.575.0252 squaregrouper.net This local landmark is a little piece of paradise with wide-water views of the Jupiter Inlet and its famous lighthouse. Great place to come for drinks and a snack from
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its light menu while you watch the parade of boats go by.
Talay Thai Cuisine 7100 Fairway Drive Suite 63 Palm Beach Gardens 561.691.5662 thaipalmbeachgardens. com Experience award-winning Thai cuisine. The flavorful menu showcases both authentic Thai dishes alongside less traditional offerings. Chef Charlie Soo and his staff create a wonderful dining experience.
III Forks Prime Steakhouse 4645 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens 561.630.3660 3forks.com Sophisticated steakhouse with a club-like ambiance with an elegant bar & lounge. Serving only the top 2% of all prime beef and ocean-fresh seafood along with local favorites all with personal, professional service.
Tommy Bahama Restaurant, Bar & Store 126 Soundings Ave. Ste. 2 | Jupiter 561.406.6631 tommybahama.com/ restaurants/jupiter Located at Harbourside Place, this is a perfect spot for lunch, dinner, or happy hour. Featuring fresh local seafood, regional produce and handcrafted cocktails, you can dine al fresco on the outdoor patio.
Uncle Eddie’s Ristorante Bluffs Square Shoppes 4050 S. U.S. Hwy. 1 Ste. #307 | Jupiter 561.508.7799 uncleeddiesristorante. com Owned by a native New Yorker and restaurateur, Eddie’s passion is cooking deliciously authentic Italian cuisine passed down through generations in a comfortable and attractive atmosphere.
U-Tiki Beach 1095 N. Highway A1A Jupiter 561.406.2210 utikibeach.com Waterfront restaurant
with a tropical sand beach, open-air restaurant, stage for entertainment, and fun bar areas for relaxing. Casual menu includes Caribbean seafood, lobster rolls, sushi rolls, steamed oysters and wings.
Vic & Angelos PGA Commons 4520 PGA Blvd. Ste. 100 Palm Beach Gardens 844.842.2632 vicandangelos.com Serving scrumptious, rustic Italian cuisine in a warm and welcoming setting at PGA Commons. Standouts include crispy, thin-crust pizzas, house-made pasta, fresh fish and seafood, and enticing veal, chicken, and beef entrees.
Yu-Mi Sushi Café 9820 Highway A1A Suite 207 Palm Beach Gardens 561.776.9209 This busy little restaurant has a nice variety of Asian dishes and limited seating, but it’s worth the wait!
CENTRAL PALM BEACH Angle 100 S. Ocean Blvd. Manalapan 561.540.4924 anglerestaurant.com The signature restaurant located at Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa, features contemporary American cuisine using locally sourced and sustainable ingredients influenced by our region.
Atlantic Bar & Grill Four Seasons Resort 2800 S. Ocean Blvd. 561.582.2800 fourseasons.com Enjoy refreshing tropical drinks and traditional poolside favorites from around the world at the ocean’s edge.
Avocado Grill 125 Datura St. West Palm Beach 561.623.0822 avocadogrillwpb.com Small plates of seasonal, locavoredriven fare and a full raw bar. The menu includes house-made desserts and a sophisticated collection of wine,
Savory beer, and signature libations.
Bar Louie 200 Clematis St. West Palm Beach 561.228.5220 barlouie.com Eclectic urban bar filled with nightlife photography and other local architectural touches. Famous for their handcrafted signature martinis, exceptional American fare and small plates, burgers and sandwiches.
Il Bellagio 600 S. Rosemary Ave. Ste. 170 West Palm Beach 561.659.6160 ilbellagiocity place.com Like dining in an authentic Italian “piazza.” Directly facing the spectacular City Place courtyard fountains, the restaurant serves authentic Italian cuisine in a casual, vibrant atmosphere.
Belle & Maxwell’s 3700 S. Dixie Hwy. West Palm Beach 561.832.4449 belleand maxwells.com This bistro cafe takes great pride in preparing its foods and proudly supports local farmers and businesses in town. The menu offers flat breads, pastas, chicken and a wide variety of salads and desserts.
Bice Ristorante 313 Worth Ave. Palm Beach 561.835.1600 palmbeach.bice group.com Enjoy excellent Northern Italian cuisine in a setting that makes you feel like family.
Bistro Bistro 506 Northwood Rd. West Palm Beach 561.228.1081 bistrobistrotogo.com Gourmet French bakery located in Northwood Village serving sandwiches, salads, pastries, fresh breads, croissants and fine French cuisine.
Breeze Ocean Kitchen 100 S. Ocean Blvd. Manalapan 561.540.4924 eaupalmbeach.com/ dining
Sources This oceanfront eatery located at Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa features true Floridian cuisine, local craft brews, a nightly Tapas Hour, and a Bloody Mary bar and Veuve specials on weekends.
Buccan 350 S. County Road Palm Beach 561.833.3450 buccanpalmbeach.com Acclaimed Chef Clay Conley’s creation, Buccan is a highend bistro, featuring progressive American cuisine in a casually sophisticated setting.
Café Boulud 301 Australian Avenue Palm Beach 561.655.6060 thebraziliancourt.com/ cafe-boulud Featuring FrenchAmerican cuisine by award winning Chef, Daniel Boulud and Executive Chef, Rick Mace in a casually elegant style. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Available for banquets and special events.
Café Des Beaux-Arts Flagler Museum 1 Whitehall Way Palm Beach 561.655.2833 flaglermuseum.us Located in the beautiful Flagler Kenan Pavilion and featuring an array of delicacies and refreshments like gourmet tea sandwiches, traditional scones, and sweets complemented by the Flagler Museum’s own Whitehall Special Blend™ tea, and served on exquisite Whitehall Collection™ china.
Café L’Europe 331 S. County Road Palm Beach 561.655.4020 cafeleurope.com This fine dining establishment radiates warmth and hospitality. Serving Continental cuisine and an extensive wine list.
Café Sapori 205 Southern Blvd. West Palm Beach 561.805.7313 cafesapori.com Café Sapori offers an assortment of flavors from Northern and
Southern Italy in an upbeat and elegant ambiance. Experience traditional and modern cuisine in the courtyard “al fresco” or for a romantic evening under the stars.
City Cellar Wine Bar & Grill 700 S. Rosemary Ave. Ste. 218 West Palm Beach 561.366.0071 citycellarwpb.com City Cellar offers multi-ethnic dishes from pizza and pasta to steak and sea bass, served in an urban setting surrounded by a magnificent glass enclosed awardwinning 10,000-bottle wine collection.
Echo Palm Beach 230A Sunrise Ave. Palm Beach 561.802.4222 echopalmbeach.com Rich, sleek, seductive and irresistible... this Asian-inspired restaurant is calling your name.
Entre Nous 123 U.S. Highway 1 North Palm Beach 561.863.5883 entrenousbistro.com Creative new American flare served in a delicious and creative way. Reservations recommended.
E.R. Bradley’s Saloon 104 Clematis St. West Palm Beach 561.833.3520 erbradleys.com Established in 1984, E.R. Bradley’s is a Palm Beach tradition offering delicious meals, beautiful views and balmy breezes with reasonable prices.
The Flagler Steakhouse 2 S. County Road Palm Beach 561.659.8488 thebreakers.com Located at The Breakers Hotel, the Flagler Steakhouse offers mouth-watering, handcut, aged prime steaks in a unique setting with panoramic views of the fairway.
Havana 6801 S. Dixie Hwy. West Palm Beach 561.547.9799
havanacuban food.com For over a decade, Havana has been satisfying Palm Beach County locals and Cuban food aficionados from as far as Miami, Orlando, New York and Los Angeles!
HMF At The Breakers One South County Rd. Palm Beach 561.290.0104 hmfpalmbeach.com The place for social drinking and eating. Named for The Breakers’ founding father, Henry Morrison Flagler, this thrillingly glamorous retreat is an ode to the golden era of Palm Beach, with all of its high style and unapologetic decadence.
The Italian Restaurant 1 S. County Road Palm Beach 561.659.8488 thebreakers.com Located at The Breakers Hotel, enjoy home-style cooking in a warm and relaxed atmosphere. They offer aromatic pizzas baked in brick ovens as well as a variety of fresh salads, homemade pastas and other classic dishes.
Kabuki Sushi Thai Tapas 308 Clematis St. West Palm Beach 561.833.6349 kabukiwpb.com Eclectic cuisines from Japan and Thailand, featuring authentic dishes and chef’s own innovative creations. Extensive sake list, exotic martinis, a wide variety of raw and cooked selections from the sushi bar, and more than 30 small plates from the tapas menu.
Kitchen 319 Belvedere Rd. West Palm Beach 561.249.2281 kitchenpb.com A contemporary American Brasserie focusing on passionately prepared, refined and flavorful flare with warm and welcoming service. Passion, discipline and the constant pursuit of excellence ensure high quality food and service at kitchen.
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The Leopard Lounge Restaurant 363 Cocoanut Row Palm Beach 561.659.5800 chesterfieldpb.com/ dining Located in The Chesterfield Hotel, it offers eclectic menus that combine classic English, American and international dishes as well as some distinct Asian influences.
Lynora’s 207 Clematis St. West Palm Beach 561.899.3117 1548 N. U.S. Hwy. 1 Jupiter | 561.203.2702 Market | 3301 S. Dixie Hwy. West Palm Beach 561.444.3391 lynoras.com Classic Italian dishes with a modern outlook! Also featuring small plates and authentic wood oven pizzas prepared in sight.
Maison Carlos 3010 S. Dixie Hwy. West Palm Beach 561.659.6524 maisoncarlos.com Neighborhood gem, serving Continental cuisine, with only eleven tables, it’s simple, but polished.
Malakor Thai Cafe 425 25th St. West Palm Beach 561.762.9070 malakor.com Experience the magic of Thailand with your taste buds.
MAVEN 207 Royal Poinciana Way Palm Beach 561.220.9641 MavenPalmBeach.com This American Brasserie, brought to you by the New England restaurant team behind Nantucket’s Galley Beach and Afterhouse Wine and Seafood Bar, offers a seasonally-inspired menu based on regional farms and local seafood availability.
Meat Market 191 Bradley Place Palm Beach 561.354.9800 meatmarket.net A sexier, more glamorous take on the traditional steak house, Meat Market is a dynamic offering of what’s great now;
reflecting cuts of meat, delicate seafood and produce available and offered on a daily, weekly or seasonal basis.
Morton’s The Steakhouse 777 S. Flagler Drive West Palm Beach 561.835.9664 mortons.com/ palmbeach Morton’s is an upscale steakhouse that also offers an extensive seafood menu. Highlights include the porterhouse steak, Cajun rib eye scallops, crab cakes, and the seafood mac and cheese.
Oceanfront Cabana Dining 100 S. Ocean Blvd. Manalapan 561.533.6000 ritzcarlton.com Located at Eau Palm Beach Resort, dine right on the Atlantic Ocean with your own private cabana and a special menu from the chef that can be customized to your every desire.
Off the Hookah 314 Clematis St. West Palm Beach 561.837.8577 offthehookah.com Off the Hookah is an eclectic hookah bar, lounge and club f eaturing belly dancers and a delicious Mediterranean fusion menu as well as Japanese cuisine.
Okeechobee Steakhouse 2854 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach 561.683.5151 okeesteakhouse.com This classic American steakhouse has been serving West Palm Beach since 1947. From the first sip of its famous French onion soup to the last forkful of its freshly made desserts, your palates will be overwhelmed with the traditional flavors.
Palm Beach Grill 340 Royal Poinciana Way Palm Beach 561.835.1077 hillstone.com A lively and vibrant spot, Palm Beach Grill offers a truly delectable cuisine. Go for the ribs or steaks with your
Savory choice of wine, or just relish the fish preparations with red snapper or Dover sole.
PB Catch 251 Sunrise Ave. Palm Beach 561.655.5558 pbcatch.com This upscale raw bar and seafood restaurant has a creative menu that is full of flavor with something for everyone.
Pistache 101 N. Clematis St., #115 West Palm Beach 561.833.5090 pistachewpb.com Parisian-style French bistro with a Mediterranean twist. Serving simple, delicious meals made with fresh, local and imported products in an upbeat atmosphere with a European flair.
Renato’s Restaurant 87 Via Mizner Palm Beach 561.655.9752 renatospalm beach.com Renato’s offers an upscale and elegant European dining experience accented by soft lighting and elegant décor. Vast and eclectic menu showcasing an impressive selection of continental cuisine with Italian flair.
Rhythm Café 3800 S. Dixie Hwy. Ste. A West Palm Beach 561.833.3406 rhythmcafe.cc Located in a converted 1950s drugstore, Rhythm Café has been treating the fabulous people of West Palm Beach to the finest creative home-style cuisine since 1988.
Ruth’s Chris Steak House 651 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach 561.514.3544 661 U.S. Highway 1 North Palm Beach 561.863.0660 ruthschris.com Visit Ruth’s Chris Steak House for the finest cuts of USDA Prime beef served sizzling on 500-degree plates, award-winning wines and an unforgettable night.
Sources The Seafood Bar At The Breakers 1 S. County Road Palm Beach 877.724.3188 thebreakers.com This popular oceanfront seafood restaurant and raw bar features fresh fish, clams, oysters, lobster, shrimp and delectable chowders.
Souvlaki Grill 795 Belvedere Rd. West Palm Beach 561.655.6333 souvlakigrill.com This casual authentic Greek restaurant serves a variety of meat and fish souvlaki dishes skewered, as sandwiches or served on platters.
Stresa Italian Restaurant 2710 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach 561.615.0200 Nod to a small town in Northern Italy, Stresa serves authentic Northern Italian cuisine. Specials change daily to ensure the freshest and finest foods are available.
Table 427 427 Northwood Rd. West Palm Beach 561.506.8211 table427.com Continental cuisine that is seasonal and farm fresh. It’s what happens when flavor and simplicity connects. Authentic masterpieces of the continental cuisine in historic Northwood Village!
Table 26 Palm Beach 1700 S. Dixie Hwy. West Palm Beach 561.855.2660 table26palm beach.com With exceptionally delicious comfort food dishes to bring you back to the basics of Global cuisine, this unique neighborhood eatery has a fullservice bar and complimentary valet.
Temple Orange Mediterranean Bistro 100 S. Ocean Blvd. Manalapan | 561.540.4923 templeorange restaurant.com Located at Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa, Temple Orange Mediterranean Bistro offers contemporary American cuisine with Mediterranean flavors. The restaurant features oceanfront indoor and outdoor casual dining with magnificent views of the Atlantic Ocean.
Testa’s Restaurant 221 Royal Poinciana Way Palm Beach 561.832.0992 testasrestaurants.com This landmark restaurant has a history of serving the beautiful island of Palm Beach since 1921. Dine on traditional American food with a great selection of seafood in an old Florida atmosphere.
Trevini Ristorante 290 Sunset Ave. Palm Beach 561.833.3883 treviniristorante.com Tucked in behind Saks Fifth Avenue at the courtyard of the historic Bradley Park Hotel, Trevini Ristorante is just like an Italian villa with both its indoor and outdoor seating.
SOUTHERN PALM BEACH Benny’s On the Beach 10 Ocean Blvd. Lake Worth 561.582.9001 bennysonthe beach.com This landmark restaurant at the fishing pier has been serving outstanding seafood with Greek and American inspirations since 1986.
Blue Front BBQ Bar & Grill
221 Worth Ave. Palm Beach | 561.835.3500 taboorestaurant.com
132 N. Dixie Hwy. Lake Worth 561.833.6651 mybluefront.com
A legendary American bistro and bar with a reputation for great food.
From Baby Back & St. Louis style ribs, Grilled Fish and NY Strips, Smoked Chicken with Baked Beans and Cornbread, to BBQ
Wings, Collard Greens and Mac n’ Cheese, there’s something to satisfy any craving.
Chris’ Taverna 6338 Lantana Road Lake Worth 561.964.4233 christaverna.com Renowned for its hearty and traditional Greek food that features a mix of classic dishes and Greek specialties that are guaranteed to please even the most discerning palate.
John G’s Restaurant 264 S. Ocean Blvd. Manalapan 561.585.9860 johngs.com This busy little “cash only” restaurant located in the shopping center across from the Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa is a local’s favorite that has been serving fresh, home-style cooked food for almost 40 years.
Old Key Lime House 300 E. Ocean Ave. Lantana 561.582.1889 oldkeylimehouse.com This historic familyowned establishment is Florida’s oldest waterfront restaurant built in 1889. Enjoy beautiful sunsets on the Intracoastal, live entertainment and fresh locally caught seafood.
Paradiso Ristorante 625 Lucerne Ave. Lake Worth 561.547.2500 paradisolake worth.com Mouth-watering Mediterranean cuisine offering a plethora of menu selections using only the freshest ingredients that surprise even the most sophisticated palates.
Riggin’s Crabhouse 607 Ridge Road Lantana 561.586.3000 rigginscrabhouse.com This authentic Maryland style crabhouse has been serving South Florida for over 20 years. Riggins offers various fresh seafood dishes, but is mostly known for their Blue Crabs.
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Your guide to upcoming, must-attend philanthropy events.
OCT. 3 TO 6 Dress for Success Palm Beaches ‘Shop for Success’ PopUp Sale; Times and prices vary; Palm Beach Outlets; palmbeaches.dressforsuccess.org OCT. 4 TO 6 West Palm Beach Antique Festival; Times vary; Expo Center at the South Florida Fairgrounds; $8; southfloridafair.com OCT. 5 GreenMarket Opening Day; 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.; West Palm Beach Waterfront; Free; wpb.org/events OCT. 5 Barrel & Brewtober Fest & 3K Fun Run with Oktoberfest; 9:40 a.m.; Grandview Public Market; $50; active.com OCT. 5 Environmental Studies Council Open House; 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Environmental Studies Council; Free; escmc.org OCT. 11 Hispanic Education Coalition of Palm Beach County Leadership and Scholarship Luncheon; 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.; Coral Ballroom Hilton West Palm Beach; $125; hecpbc.org OCT. 11 Barks and Brews; 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.; Downtown at the Gardens; $25; bdrr.org
OCT. 11 Screen on the Green; 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.; The Great Lawn; Free; wpb.org/events OCT. 11 TO 20 Oktoberfest; Times vary; The American German Club of the Palm Beaches; Prices vary; americangermanclub.org OCT. 12, 13 Fall Craft Fair; Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; South Florida Fairgrounds; $7; bucklershows.com OCT. 15 Sweet Dream Makers Pajama Game Night; 6:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.; St. Andrew’s Country Club; $55; sweetdreammakers.org OCT. 18, 19 Zac Brown Band: The Owl Tour; 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.; Coral Sky Amphitheatre; Ticket prices vary; livenation.com OCT. 18 Place of Hope Peninsula Dinner: Celebrating Old Florida’s Forgotten Treasures; 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.; BMR Stables; $150; placeofhope.com/peninsuladinner OCT. 19 Junior Achievement of the Palm Beaches & Treasure Coast’s Caribbean Wind; 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.;
Rybovich Superyacht Marina; $150; juniorachievement.com/ caribbean-wind
11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.; Kravis Center; $125; marinelife.org/goblue
OCT. 20 Sunday on the Waterfront; 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.; Meyer Amphitheatre; Free; wpb.org/events
OCT. 26 Achievement Centers for Children & Families Foundation Witches of Delray; 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.; Delray Beach City Hall; $25; witchesofdelray.org
OCT. 21 Alliance for Eating Disorders Awareness Courses & Conversations; 6:30 p.m.; Meat Market Palm Beach; $250; coursesandconversations.com OCT. 24 TO 25TH JDRF Greater Palm Beach CCIM Golf Tournament and Reception; Thursday Reception 6 p.m., Friday Golf 7:30 a.m.; PGA National Resort and Spa; Ticket prices vary; jdrfccim.golfreg.com OCT. 24 Children’s Healing Institute National Conference on the Wellbeing of Children and Families; 8 a.m.; Palm Beach County Convention Center; $150; turnonthelight.org
OCT. 26 Making Strides of Palm Beach; 9 a.m.; Meyer Amphitheatre; By donation; secure.acsevents.org OCT. 26 Kooky Halloween; 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.; Jupiter Community Center; Free; jupiterfamilyfun.com
Oct. 25 Giovanni DiStadio, Jay Cashmere, Jack E. Lighton, Kelly Cashmere and Glenn Glazer at last year’s Go Blue Awards Luncheon.
OCT. 25 Loggerhead Marinelife Center Go Blue Awards Luncheon;
Note: Dates and times may change. Please contact the individual organization for the most up-to-date information.
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More than 200 women gathered at St. Paul of the Cross Catholic Church to enjoy shopping and lunch while supporting All Saints Catholic School during its “Pineapples in Paradise” ladies luncheon. Proceeds raised support projects and programs for students aged pre-kindergarten to eighth grade. PHOTOS BY FRANCHESCA FREAD PHOTOGRAPHY
1. Lindsay Asconape, Jessica Barkauskas and Maureen Passerini 2. Lisa Birse, Natalie Bowe and Brigit Capaldi 3. Lauren Markow and Melissa Delgado 4. Jeanette Dougherty and Diane Cahill-Avonda 5. Megan Pepin and Liz DiPaolo
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CANSTRUCTION THE CAUSE: Architects, designers, builders and other teams joined forces to raise awareness for hunger in Palm Beach County during Canstruction at The Gardens Mall. Each team partnered with a retailer to draw inspiration from the “CANCoutoure” theme. The sculptural artworks were constructed from almost 42,000 cans of non-perishable food.
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1. Karen Erren, Stephanie Glavin and Whitney Pettis 2. Marti LaTour and George Elmore 3. Curtis Daniels and Mo Foster 4. Bill and Nona Kramer with Mark Busse 5. Debbie and Michael Pucillo
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HONDA CLASSIC CARES BIRDIES FOR CHILDREN
THE CAUSE: The Honda Classic awarded $5.1 million to 157 South Florida philanthropic organizations during Honda Classic Cares Week. The week culminated at Manatee Lagoon with the tournament’s annual Celebration of Philanthropy and American Honda Birdies for Children car giveaway. PHOTOS BY TRACEY BENSON PHOTOGRAPHY 3
1. Steve Milechman, Dawn McLoughlin, Rochelle Luering and Sean Denyse 2. Susan Philips, Kelly Kennerly and Sarah Misselhorn 3. Joanne and Alan Baseman 4. Angelo Scaccetti, Sean Denyse and Jordan King 5. Tanya Jennings and Kimberly Longfellow
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JMC MASTROIANNI FAMILY PEDIATRIC EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT GRAND OPENING THE CAUSE: The ribbon-cutting ceremony took place at Jupiter Medical Center to celebrate the opening of the Mastroianni Family Pediatric Emergency Department. The facility was made possible thanks to a $3 million gift from the Mastroianni Family Foundation.
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1. Marty and Tesa Dytrych with Maggie and Joe Taddeo 2. Jack and Barbara Nicklaus 3. Nicholas Mastroianni III and Jessica Mastroianni, Jennifer Genco and Nicholas Mastroianni II and family 4. Keith Hassan, Jeffrey Ingeman, Ishrat Ahmed and Teresita Fox 5. Michelle Boggs, Sara Jolly, Michael Davis and Narendra Kini
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LEUKEMIA & LYMPHOMA SOCIETY MAN & WOMAN OF THE YEAR
THE CAUSE: The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Palm Beach – Treasure Coast Chapter (LLS) celebrated its Man & Woman of the Year campaign during a Grand Finale event at the Hilton West Palm Beach. This year’s honors were given to Lynn Aronberg and Scott Bores. PHOTOS BY TRACEY BENSON PHOTOGRAPHY
1. Chris Hudock and Karla Korn 2. Troy and Tracy Rice 3. Ashley LaPaglia, Emma LaPaglia and Scott Large 4. Scott Bores and Lynn Aronberg 5. Erika Albertini and Raul Storey-Rojas
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LOGGERHEAD MARINELIFE CENTER GROUNDBREAKING THE CAUSE: Loggerhead Marinelife Center broke ground on a multimillion dollar expansion to enhance its mission of sea turtle and ocean conservation. More than 300 guests attended to celebrate the milestone at the Juno Beach Center.
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1. Monique Brechter, Tamra Fitzgerald and Alice Waxman 2. Jack E. Lighton and Suzanne Niedland 3. Lisa Modica, Marion Modica and Charles Modica 4. Ken Kennerly and Karen Marcus 5. Beau and Erin Standish
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MORSELIFE ‘ART OF GENEROSITY’
THE CAUSE: The organization hosted “Art of Generosity” at the Norton Museum of Art. The event honored supporters who have donated art to the MorseLife Permanent Art Collection at a special reception following its 2019 Biennial Meeting. PHOTOS BY CAPEHART
1. Terri Sriberg and Keith Myers 2. Jan Willinger and Robert Spiegel 3. Michelle and Joseph Jacobs 4. Keith Myers and Stephen Levin 5. Roni and Gerry Goldsmith
OPPORTUNITY GALA ‘UNA BELLA SERATA’ THE CAUSE: Guests were transported to the Amalfi Coast with scents of fresh herbs and lemon during the Opportunity gala, which took place at Richard and Rita Lazzara’s Palm Beach estate. Molly Austin and Jennifer Lazzara co-chaired the Italian-themed party held to help fund the daily operations at Opportunity Early Childhood Education & Family Center.
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1. Melissa Beebe, Alexis Bonner and Mae Ferguson 2. Kristin and Diego Urrutia 3. Rita and Richard Lazzara 4. Molly Austin and Jennifer Lazzara 5. Jillian and David Gilmour
SOUTH FLORIDA SCIENCE CENTER AND AQUARIUM ‘AVANT GARDE CUISINE: THE SCIENCE OF FOOD’
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THE CAUSE: Celebrity chef Richard Blais hosed the recent benefit, “Avant Garde Cuisine: The Science of Food” at The Breakers Palm Beach. Blais wowed the crowd with his signature techniques and creative food demos. PHOTOS BY CAPEHART
1. Kate Arrizza and Richard Blais 2. Caroline Rafferty, Mary Freitas and Elizabeth Gordon 3. Frances and Jeffrey Fisher 4. Robert and Christine Stiller 5. Heidi and John Niblack
KRAVIS CENTER ‘SIP OF SUMMER’
THE CAUSE: The Kravis Center hosted its fifth annual “Sip of Summer” networking event with 13 other local non-profit organizations at the Norton Museum. Current and future young friends came together to celebrate making a difference in the South Florida community. Guests enjoyed rum and beer tastings, movie-themed snacks and “Art After Dark” programming at the Norton.
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1. Eva Green, Luke Pingleton and Stephanie Glavin 2. Adina Antonucci and Talya Lerman 3. Josh and Kristy Koenig 4. Fritz and Judy Van der Grift with Amy Lowe 5. Audrey Votaw and Lindsey White
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THE CAUSE: Food Bank supporters gathered at the Palm Beach home of Debbie and Michael Pucillo for an evening of gratitude and to look toward the organization’s future growth. Guests were greeted with cocktails and passed hors d’oeuvres. PHOTOS BY CAPEHART 3 4
1. Kathleen and Lew Crampton 2. Karen Erren with Michael and Debbie Pucillo 3. Marti LaTour and George Elmore 4. Keith and Linda Beaty 5. Cecie and Rod Titcomb
YWCA ‘RUN FOR THE ROSES’ DERBY TEA THE CAUSE: YWCA board and committee members surprised the audience by modeling spring and summer fashions provided by 100% Capri, Rani Arabella and Bognar & Piccolini during the YWCA Derby Tea. The Beach Club was decorated in multi-colored roses with antique cups and saucers adorning the tables.
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1. Renee Trett, Sue Chasteen, Valerie Scott Duckrow, Cindy Williams, Dorothy Bradshaw, Cheryl Berry and Susan Beattie 2. Lori Robinson and Teri Wolofsky 3. Barbara Wymer and Nan Gallagher 4. Karen Swanson and Tamera Pompea 5. Susan Rothman and Joy Lavin
t was in a restaurant with several TVs showing sports. There was no sound, but we knew instantly when we saw Chicago Bears uniforms and a shot of actor James Caan that this was a piece about Pic, and the old film “Brian’s Song.” It is a story that comes around every football season, and loses little of its poignancy with the years. The film, made for TV, has proved one of the most enduring works in that category. Pic was the nickname his friends had for Brian Piccolo, who grew up in Fort Lauderdale, starred for what is now St. Thomas Aquinas High and Wake Forest and died at age 26 when playing for the Bears. The film is about his close interracial friendship with his roommate Gale Sayers, the Bears’ legendary halfback who had suffered a knee injury that would cut short a brilliant career. The central theme, of course, was the early death of Piccolo from a rare form of cancer in 1970. We heard a lot about Brian Piccolo when we arrived in town in 1971. He had been dead just a year. We hung out in Nick’s Lounge on Sunrise Boulevard a few years later, and a number of guys from the Piccolo era were patrons. Among them Bill Thies, Ed Trombetta and Bill Bondurant—all former athletes at Central Catholic before it changed its name to St. Thomas Aquinas. Over the years, we realized there was a back story to Brian Piccolo’s life in Fort Lauderdale: the unusual teammates he had in high school. In the mid-1980s, we came to know that story better when we wrote a piece for Sunshine, the Sun-Sentinel’s
By Bernard McCormick
Sunday magazine at the time. It was a story that wrote itself. By phone we interviewed Ed McCaskey, whose family owned the Chicago Bears. He got us in touch with Gale Sayers, who modestly said Brian Piccolo had kept the name Gale Sayers alive. We spoke to Piccolo’s widow, Joy, a high school sweetheart by whom he had three daughters, and his high school coach, Jim Kurth. We even got input from the cancer specialist who treated Piccolo, and who said his highly publicized death led to renewed research that had made a deadly form of cancer almost totally curable just 15 years later. hat story also benefitted from the recollections of Piccolo’s high school teammates who live in the area, and who turned out to be a most distinguished group. We got to know Dr. Dan Arnold, a leading children’s dentist, who loved to talk about his friend and how they competed to see who could make the most money. All who knew Piccolo confirmed his burning ambition to be successful and wealthy. He had not had a happy home environment, which friends thought motivated him to be a strong
family man, with financial success. We also interviewed attorney William Zloch, a name we recognized as a former Notre Dame quarterback, who would shortly be named to the federal bench. Over the last 35 years he has risen to become a highly respected U.S. District Senior Judge. Dr. Arnold, a halfback, and Judge Zloch, quarterback, were joined in the backfield with fullback John Graham. At 160 pounds, he blocked more than ran the ball. He wound up with a long and highly successful career with Nabisco, much of the time in Palm Beach County. He is now retired in Haines City where he and his wife still operate a food brokerage business. Piccolo, although a star, was not considered the best college prospect on the team. That was a big lineman, Bill Salter, who went to Wake Forest with Piccolo, but had a mediocre career there. Afterward, however, he became the third highest-ranking officer in the Sears organization, back when it was a formidable retail power. The list goes on. Prominent builder/banker Jack Abdo was also on the team (“I didn’t play at all”) but was a close and deeply affectionate Piccolo friend through both grade and high school. Attorney Frank Walker did play, both ways, wide receiver and defensive end. He became president of the Broward County Bar Association and still gives speeches about Piccolo. Brian Piccolo’s teammates are a remarkably successful group. Pic, who wanted to be the richest guy on the block, would appreciate the competition.