Unicorn Children's Foundation Inducts 2010 Visionary Society Members (December 24, 2010)
Boca Raton, FL — December 24, 2010 – Unicorn Children’s Foundation has established a Visionary Society that recognizes the generosity of it’s members who contribute $10,000 or more during the 2009-2010 fiscal year. This society was announced at the foundation’s Annual Pledging & Pinning Luncheon that was held at Café Boulud on December 8, 2010 Sharon Alexander, Executive Director of Unicorn Children’s Foundation, explained “Every generation has an obligation to look ahead while serving the present. The incredible generosity of these individuals will help the foundation improve the outcome for children and young adults affected by developmental and learning disorders so they have an opportunity to lead productive and fulfilling lives.” Kaufmann de Suisse designed a 14k gold unicorn pin with diamond encrusted eye exclusively for the Unicorn Children’s Foundation Visionary Society. Founding members Juliette Ezagui and Valeria Rosenbloom announced newly inducted 2010 members: Lori Cabrera, Elisabeth Dalfen, Joanne Gabay, Genevieve Murphy, Renata Moulavi, Shelley Resnik, Jeannette Stark, Michelle Yellin and the Ziegfeld Girls of Florida, Inc. “Being a member of the Unicorn Children’s Foundation Visionary Society, and wearing the Kaufmann de Suisse unicorn pin whichfeatures a brilliant diamond eye that serves as a beacon of hope, demonstrates our commitment to children with developmental, communication, and learning disorders. We are united by acts of generosity that are making this world a better place for our most vulnerable youth,” shared Lifetime Grand Benefactor Valeria Rosenbloom. Unicorn Children’s Foundation Visionary Society seeks to perpetuate the community’s support of improving the quality of life for children and young adults with developmental, communication, and learning disorders through their generosity and stewardship. Members of this prestigious society are invited to exclusive members-only events throughout the year. To learn more, visit www.UnicornChildrensFoundation.org or call 561.620.9377 for more information and to learn how you can get involved.