20th anniversary ‘Luncheon& Boutique’ to benefit Unicorn Children’s Foundation
Event chair Angela Fisher and honorary chairs Donald J. Trump and Lady Monica Heftler will host the Unicorn Children’s Foundation’s 20th anniversary “Luncheon & Boutique” Dec. 11 at The Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach. This event will raise funds and awareness of neurodiversity - those who think, communicate and learn differently.
Guests will have the opportunity to get their holiday shopping done with items from exclusive vendors while supporting the cause. This unique event will honor the founding family of the Unicorn Children’s Foundation, the Rosenblooms, for their 20 years of dedication, vision and philanthropy. The event will also acknowledge past gala chairs.
The day will also include the induction of Silvana Halperin into the Visionary Society and Dr. Rafael Cabrera into the Order of the Unicorn. The Visionary Society and Order of the Unicorn were founded to support innovative and emerging projects within the community. In recognition of this generous donation, a pin created by Kaufman de Suisse and cufflinks created by Gregory’s Fine Jewelry will be given.
To purchase tickets, visit www.UnicornChildrens Foundation.org/luncheon. For more information, call Neil Birch at 561-620-9377, ext. 306 or email email@example.com.
Supporters for this year’s event include Aqua Gulf Transport, Gregory’s Fine Jewelry, Morgan Stanley, Sunshine Health, Wells Fargo, and Barry and Silvana Halperin.
Unicorn Children’s Foundation is a nonprofit organization providing education, leadership and funding for innovative programs that will ensure the success and inclusion of individuals with special needs. Proceeds from this fundraiser will support the Unicorn Children’s Foundation’s efforts to engage, inspire, empower, and include individuals with neurodiversity in everyday routines, activities and places.
Gregory Fried, left, Matthew Schafer, Marc Meren and Harry Meren