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VOL. 33 NO. 3                                                                                MARCH 2023

      Golden Heart Luncheon Raises Nearly $600,000

      For Children’s Health Care

        Celebrating 19 years
      of inspiring hope and
      promoting world-class
      pediatric care, the
      Nicklaus Children’s
      Health Care Foundation
      raised nearly $600,000
      during its annual Golden
      Heart Luncheon at The
      Country Club at Mirasol
      on Jan. 30.
        The 16-time Grammy
      award-winning composer
      and producer David  Jack Nicklaus
      Foster, and his wife,
      American Idol alumna and singer Katharine McPhee,
                                                                                                                              Alexandra Taylor Kavanugh, Eddy
      Golden Heart Luncheon on page 2                    Nicklaus Family, David Foster and Katharine McPhee                   Taylor, Casey Taylor
       16th Annual SleepOut Moves To Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium

        The Lord’s Place puts a spin on how the community                                                  be matched dollar-for-dollar until March 31, by The
      can help hit homelessness out of the ballpark.                                                       Honorable Ann Brown.
        The Lord’s Place is throwing a curveball for its 16th                                                In addition to the hopeless eyes behind the person holding
      Annual SleepOut. Roll out your sleeping bags, set up your                                            the “homeless and hungry” sign on the side of the street, there
      tents, and get ready for a spin on the agency’s signature                                            are many who are unhoused and hidden from sight: the man
      event on Friday, March 31, at a new location – Roger Dean                                            whose rent recently skyrocketed and no longer has a place to
      Chevrolet Stadium in Jupiter, Fla. Sleeping out under the                                            live; the woman who became disabled in a car accident, can no
      stars on the ball field is optional, but dedicating the night                                        longer work, and whose disability check doesn’t cover the cost
      to ending homelessness is essential.                                                                 of living in Palm Beach County; the mother who is working
        With an estimated 3,000 men, women, and children                                                   during the day while her children are at school and then sleeping
      without a safe place to call home on any given night                                                 in their car at night. These scenarios are too prevalent.
      in Palm Beach County, SleepOut is part of The Lord’s                                                   SleepOut 2023 is your opportunity to help. Based on
      Place’s effort to spread awareness and raise the much-                                               the community’s feedback, The Lord’s Place reimagined
      needed funds to provide the resources, programs, and   Left to right: The Lord’s Place Board Chair Cornelia   this annual event with brand-new activities. SleepOut will
      services necessary to break the cycle of homelessness.   Thornburgh, The Honorable Ann Brown, The Lord’s Place
      The fundraising goal is $325,000 and all donations will   CEO Diana Stanley at SleepOut 2022         16th Annual SleepOut on page 3
      Palm Beach’s Wildest Night Raised More Than $2.8 Million To

      Benefit Wildlife And Palm Beach Zoo And Conservation Society

        Life-sized lighted giraffes welcomed 500 guests to Palm     Deborah Dauman and Suzanne Johnson served as chairs of
      Beach’s wildest night of the season. Palm Beach Zoo and   the Journey to Africa Gala on Jan. 27 on the lush, tropical grounds
      Conservation Society’s Journey to Africa Gala brought   of Palm Beach Zoo. Michele Kessler, chairman of the zoo’s
      together friends, world-changers and wildlife lovers to make   board of directors, and Thomas C. Quick, board member, served
      a difference and elevate Palm Beach Zoo to its true next level:   as honorary chairmen for the event that raised a record-breaking
      the zoo of the future.                             $2.8 million in support of the organization’s conservation mission
                                                                                 and bold vision.
                                                                                   “Thank you, everyone,
                                                                                 for contributing to the most
                                                                                 successful gala – ever – to
                                                                                 help save wildlife here and in
                                                                                 the wild,” said Kessler.
                                                                                   Quick added, “For more
                                                                                 than 50 years, Palm Beach   Mrs. Eva and H.E. Ambassador Meshal Al-Thani and
                                                                                 Zoo has been committed to   Michele and Howard Kessler
                                                                                 animals and our community
                                                                                 in bringing wild, wonder-filled   Palm Beach’s Wildest Night on page 4
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