“In God We Trust” to be Posted in Schools

  Last December, Christian Family Coalition Florida Executive Director, Anthony Verdugo, reached out to State Representative Kimberly Daniels with an idea to post our state and national motto, “In God We Trust” in every school in the Sunshine State. After months of lobbying, strategizing and testifying before the full Florida House Education Committee at a […]

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Festival Benefits Equestrians with Special Needs

Some equestrians face a different set of hurdles. On Saturday, March 10, Douglas Elliman CEO Dottie Herman, President and COO Scott Durkin, COO of Florida Brokerage Gus Rubio, Stephen Larkin Vice President of Douglas Elliman Public Relations and Managing Broker, Wellington, Palm Beach and Jupiter Don Langdon ponied up with Grand Prix Show Jumping Champion […]

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Pro-Life Campaigns Celebrate Lives Saved

Three local 40 Days for Life campaigns joined March 2 to celebrate the mid-point of the life-saving initiative, observed Feb. 14 to March 25 in 47 nations. But the gathering for food and fellowship had more to rejoice over than just hitting the halfway mark of the 40-day period of prayer and fasting, community outreach […]

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Boca Raton Teenager Ava Goldstone Honored with International Youth Award

Ava Goldstone, an 18-year old young woman who has helped to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars and volunteered countless hours to support children with disabilities, has been named the 2018 CARTER Outstanding Youth in Philanthropy, Individual, by the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP). The CARTER Award for Outstanding Youth in Philanthropy honors a young […]

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Expanding Opportunities for Women in Honduras

  When a destitute mother is forced to raise her children on her own, her extreme poverty becomes a story of daily survival. Heidi is a 19-year-old single mother trying to raise her two young children in Honduras. Without any job skills, she is unable to earn enough money washing her neighbors’ clothes to feed […]

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A Guide to Summer Camps

There are a lot of options to choose from when considering summer camp. Finding the right camp can be a challenge. Start by considering what you hope your child will get out of camp. It may be a needed change of venue, opportunity to develop confidence, the chance to explore an interest, develop a skill […]

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Luncheon Raises Awareness Concerning Dementia and Alzheimer’s

The 4th Annual Alzheimer’s Luncheon recently took place at the Boca West Country Club, to benefit the Louis & Anne Green Memory and Wellness Center of the Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing at Florida Atlantic University, the Alzheimer’s Association and Alzheimer’s Community Care.  This was the first event ever that all three of these organizations combined […]

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Place of Hope Staff to Educate Young People on Human Trafficking

  Place of Hope, Palm Beach County’s largest children’s organization; the Boca West Children’s Foundation; and other partners are fighting to interrupt the recruitment of more young people into the human trafficking system with another weapon – face-to-face education. With a $25,000 grant from the Foundation’s Dream Maker Society, Place of Hope added a Human […]

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