Unicorn Brings Holiday Magic to Palm Beach (December 11, 2014)
Boca Raton, FL – December 11, 2014 – Over 200 guests joined Chairperson, Angela Fisher, for the Unicorn Children’s Foundation 20th Anniversary Luncheon and Boutique, recently held at The Mar-a-Lago Club, Palm Beach. The Mistress of Ceremonies was WPTV 25 Reporter Erin Guy. Guests were treated to an afternoon of great food, holiday shopping and entertainment. Over 18 vendors were on-hand to sell a variety of items, while supporting the cause with a donation back to Unicorn Children’s Foundation.
This unique event honored the founding family of the Unicorn Children’s Foundation, the Rosenblooms, for their 20 years of dedication, vison and philanthropy. In addition, the event honored all the past Gala chairs that helped to make a difference. Founding President of Unicorn Children’s Foundation, along with the Lifetime Grand Patron and Founding Board Member Valeria Rosenbloom had the honor of pinning Silvana Halperin into the Visionary Society. Gregory Fried, VP of the Board of Directors and owner of Gregory’s Fine Jewelry inducted Dr. Rafael Cabrera into the Order of the Unicorn.
To add to the festivities, the guests were treated to an exclusive performance by Opera Singers Carlos De Antonis, tenor, and Kristen DiNonno Noffsinger, soprano accompanied by pianist, Sergio Salani, while they watched aerialists in awe as they flipped and flew through the air. A special thank you to IL Circolo The Italian Cultural Society of the Palm Beaches for underwriting Opera Singer Carlos De Antonis.
Supporters for the event included: Aqua Gulf Transport, Gregory’s Fine Jewelry, Morgan Stanley, Sunshine Health, Wells Fargo-The Meran Group and Barry & Silvana Halperin, just to name a few. Funds from this event will support children and young adults who think, communicate, and learn differently.
### Unicorn Children's Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to children and young adults with leadership, education, and funding to ensure the success and inclusions of individuals with neurodiversity in everyday routines, activities and places.
The latest statistics from the Center for Disease Control indicate that 1 of every 6 children is affected by a neurodiverse condition, such as autism, ADHD, dyslexia other general learning disorders. Proceeds from this fundraiser will support the Unicorn Children’s Foundation’s efforts to transform communities to engage, inspire, empower, and include individuals with neurodiversity in everyday routines, activities, and places.