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VOL. 31 NO. 5                                                                                  MAY 2023

                                                             Southern Profile

                           Lois Pope/LIFE’s 29th Lady In Red Gala

                        Raises Over $1 Million For Lois’ Food4Kids

                     At Palm Beach County Food Bank And Pups4Patriots At American Humane

                                                 “Super Bowl” Of Palm Beach Philanthropic Events Features

                               Super Entertainment By Paul Anka, Rita Rudner, Palm Beach Symphony And Danny Beck Band

        Southeast Florida’s “uber philanthropist”                                 Sunday at  The Breakers,
      Lois Pope may not be NFL “uber quarterback”                                 Palm Beach, featured one
      Tom Brady, but they have one thing in                                       “score” after another. But
      common: They know how to win a “Super                                       unlike the football world’s
      Bowl.”                                                                      championship  game,  in
        Indeed, just as Brady has won seven NFL                                   which there is only one
      titles – six with the New England Patriots and                              winning team, there were
      one with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Pope                                    quite a few winners at this
      has delivered an astounding 29 consecutive                                  year’s Lady in Red.
      winning “Super Bowls” of philanthropy.                                        The completely-sold-
        To be sure, the 29th Annual Lady                                          out audience of more than
      in Red Gala, hosted by Pope and LIFE                                        600 Palm Beach and Miami
      (Leaders in Furthering Education) this past  Lois Pope, Paul Anka and Rita Rudner  area civic and community
                                                                                  leaders, philanthropists,
                                                                                                          Tova Leidesdorf and      Ari Rifkin and Ronit

                     Southern SPotlight                                           Southern Profile on page 2  Christine Lynn       Josephson

                                                                                                      nonProfit newS
                         Admirals Cove

                 Continues To Grow As                                             Fish And Wildlife Foundation Of

          A Philanthropic Community                                                Florida Raises Over $1.2 Million

          The Admirals Cove Foundation’s 2022/23 Season of Giving distributed 22          For Wildlife Conservation
        employee educational scholarships and 27 full program grants to local nonprofit
        charities impacting the northern Palm Beach County residents in the areas of health,
        education, and social services.                                             The South Florida community
          The members of The Club at Admirals Cove rallied together to have a record-  gathered to celebrate the state’s
        breaking year, by collectively giving over $3.5 million to support those in need.   wondrous natural heritage at the
        “Admirals Cove is only as healthy and beautiful as the greater community that   Fish and Wildlife Foundation of
        surround us,” explained Eric Becker, foundation board president. “Our members   Florida’s “A Night for Nature” gala
        take great pride in volunteering their time and giving financial support to improve   at the Pelican Club on Friday, March
        the lives of our employees and northern Palm Beach County neighbors.”     31. Foundation supporters raised
                                                                                  more than $1.2 million to support
        Southern Spotlight on page  4                                             Florida’s outdoor recreational
                                                                                  activities, protect native wildlife,
                                                                                  and educate future generations.
                                                                                    Florida First Lady Casey
                                                                                  DeSantis kicked off the event as a
                                                                                  special guest and honoree. She took
                                                                                  to the stage to applaud the Fish and
                                                                                  Wildlife Foundation of Florida’s  Eric Sutton, Stephanie Sutton, Tammy Dugan, Jason
                                                                                  outstanding conservation efforts.  Dugan
                                                                                  Laura Coburn Russell, Tucker
                                                                                  Frederickson, John Lacy, Josh Kellam, and Chuck Collins cochaired the sold-out event.

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