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      with a $4 million lead gift                       1,700 individuals. The work and mission to break the cycle of  About The Lord’s Place
      and Anna Mann de Peyster                          homelessness continues. Hidden in the shadows of Palm Beach    For more than 40 years, The Lord’s Place has been working
      gave a $3 million launching                       County’s paradise is the reality that on any given night there are  to break the cycle of homelessness for men, women, and children
      contribution. Today, The                          an estimated 3,000 men, women, and children who do not have  in Palm Beach County, Fla., through innovative, compassionate
      Lord’s Place is  $250,000                         a safe place to call home. With additional community support,  and effective services. It provides supportive and graduate
      shy of goal and hopeful                           The Lord’s Place can help bring more of these individuals home  housing at 10 locations; operates social enterprises including
      this milestone target will                        for good.                                         three Joshua Thrift Stores, Joshua Catering, and Joshua
      be reached with community                           “As we are gearing up for our year-end, we are going to  Treasures; provides job training and placement services, clinical
      support before 2021 draws to                      keep our foot on that pedal. And our hope and prayer is that  and care coordination, and community engagement services;
      a close.                                          we are going to be able to finish this campaign by the end of  and has a highly-successful reentry program helping men and
        The multifaceted                                this year and continue to serve all of our clients, staff, and this  women transitioning from incarceration. For more information
      campaign is allowing The                          community for years to come,” said Stanley.       visit
      Lord’s Place to expand                              To learn more about the Home for Good campaign and
      services – including job                          giving opportunities, visit         Photos by David Scarola Photography
      training and employment,  Anna Mann de Peyster    giving.
      social enterprise, outreach  with Diana Stanley at the
      and engagement, and reentry  2019 Ending Homelessness
      – increase its supportive  Breakfast                      Eastpointe Country Club Hosts
      housing inventory, and
      sustain funding to ensure more individuals and families get
      home for good. The expansion includes the construction of        Major Fundraiser – Again
      a new 25,000-square-foot client service center on Australian
      Avenue, replacing the 9,000-square-foot facility that was
      demolished this past August. $19.75 million has been raised    Eastpointe Country Club hosted its 18th annual Play for
      to date.                                          P.I.N.K. event with a kickoff Silent Auction/Bubbles and
        “When giving to The Lord’s Place, we are confident the  Bites party under the big tent on Oct. 25. According to chair
      funds are truly being used to transform lives by providing  Tracy Mancinelli, “We had a very enthusiastic group of
      the best solutions to both prevent and end homelessness for  bidders.” A variety of appetizers and cocktails were served
      one individual at a time in Palm Beach County. It takes the  while the group mingled, bid and mingled more. A full-
      entire community – foundations, corporations, and individuals  field golf tournament followed on Oct. 26 with teams of six
      alike – to step forward and support financially responsible and  players competing for the top prize. Dozens of volunteers
      ethical charities like The Lord’s Place to end local homelessness  were on hand selling raffle tickets, handing out goodie
      for good,” stated Danielle Moore, director of The Fortin  bags, serving hot dogs and drinks galore. After spending the
      Foundation of Florida.                            afternoon on the golf course participants enjoyed a fabulous
        “We continue to be humbled by the outpouring of support.  buffet dinner.
      Our community has come together to provide this gift to    The P.I.N.K. in Play for P.I.N.K. stands for Prevention,
      those who are poor and without a home in our community,”  Immediate Diagnosis, New Technology, and Knowledge
      added Diana Stanley, chief executive officer of The Lord’s  which was started in 1996 by Laura Lassman. Money raised
      Place. “This is a campaign supported by the community, for  so far has exceeded $69 million. This year’s Eastpointe
      our community. Every donation, large and small, makes a  Country Club event raised more than $53,000. The Chair
      difference!”                                      Committee worked tirelessly for several months to make the
        For more than 40 years, The Lord’s Place has been finding  event a success. Chairs included Tracy Mancinelli, Maureen  Golf teams form ribbon
      solutions for the most vulnerable and neglected members of  Busa-Gilbert, Monica Sica, Bette Damiano, Carrie Harstad,
      our community. In 2021 alone, the agency served more than  Gerry Schneiders and Sandi Lanigan.       Charity Events on page 28


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              Award-winning physicians and advanced technology enable Jupiter Medical   The Neuroscience Institute includes Jupiter Medical Center’s Thrombectomy-
              Center to provide a broad range of services with numerous specialty   Capable Stroke Center (TSC). The center is certified by the Joint Commission in
              concentrations and centers of excellence including:                   collaboration with the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association
                                                                                    ensuring that we have met rigorous national standards, clinical guidelines, and
              The Anderson Family Cancer Institute brings together a multidisciplinary team of   outcomes of care.
              renowned surgical, medical and radiation oncology experts and state-of-the-art
              technology rivaling that of any academic medical center.              Also Offering:
                                                                                    •  Margaret W. Niedland Breast Center
              The Robson Heart & Vascular Institute provides the full spectrum of adult cardiac
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              Our dedicated team uses the latest techniques and advanced technology to   •  Tansky Concierge Unit
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              offering spacious, private birthing suites and the Level II De George Neonatal   •  Emergency and Urgent Care Services
              Intensive Care Unit. Pediatric Services include the Mastroianni Family Pediatric
              Emergency Department, the De George Inpatient Pediatric Unit, pediatric
              imaging, surgery and both inpatient and outpatient pediatric therapy.

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