Unicorn Children's Foundation Toasts to the New Year (June 5, 2015)
June 5, 2015 - Boca Raton – As the event season draws to an end and Unicorn Children’s Foundation supporters begin to travel abroad, a High Tea was hosted at Royal Blues Hotel on Tuesday, May 26, 2015 The afternoon was in appreciation of the generous financial and time commitments of our volunteers who help us to build communities of acceptance, support and opportunity for individuals and families who are challenged by neurodiversity. Royal Blues Hotel is the first and only Relais & Chateaux luxury boutique hotel in Florida with a fine dining restaurant making it the ideal location for a High Tea to discuss plans for the 2015-2016 season. Ideas for Unicorn’s upcoming events of the season were exchanged over a selection of open and closed seasonal sandwiches, traditional scones and savory delights paired with exquisite teas and champagne. Guests pledged their support for attendees and sponsorships to ensure that every event is a smashing success. The highlight of the afternoon was when Opera Singer, Carlos De Antonis, popped in for a special surprise performance! Unicorn has some exciting plans in store that you won’t want to miss. Save the Dates:
Friday, September 18, 2015 Boca Bartender’s Battle chaired by Gregory Fried of Gregory’s Fine Jewelry;
Wednesday, November 18, 2015 Luncheon at the ultra-exclusive Indian Creek Country Club chaired by Gwen Taylor;
Thursday, December 3, 2015 Holiday Party on the Beach at Royal Blues Hotel chaired by Max Tucci, Joanne Gabay, and Felette Branch;
Saturday, February 27, 2016 Gala at Boca West Country Club chaired by Gregory Fried.
About the Unicorn Children’s Foundation Unicorn Children's Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to building communities of support, acceptance, and opportunity for children and young adults who are challenged by neurodiversity. Established in 1994, Unicorn Children’s Foundation provides leadership, education, and funding of innovative programs to ensure the success and inclusion of individuals with neurodiversity in everyday routines, activities and places.