The Unicorn Children’s Foundation is proud to announce, Andres Garcia, Jr., a star of Telenovelas and Lily Braun, star of Nubeluz as this year’s gala chairs. The 14th Annual Gala will take place on March 1, 2014 at The Mar-a-Lago Club on Palm Beach, featuring Grammy Award Winner Jon Secada.
Last year’s Buddha Ball was a massive success, raising over half a million dollars with over 400 guests. This year the theme is Noche Caliente Tropical. A Hot Tropical Night at the home of Donald J. Trump, Mar-A-Lago. Trump is not only a supporter, but is once again the ball’s honoree. Enjoy a sexy, tropical evening filled with passion and compassion. Be transported to the Spanish isles of the Caribbean, and be entertained with a special 45 minute performance by the legendary Grammy Award Winning, Jon Secada.
To help raise additional funds Secada will be dedicating a song to one lucky winner at the gala during the live auction, which will include brunch with him the next day. Also supporting the Unicorn Children’s Foundation are the sponsors which include; Victor and Emily Damiano Charitable Trust, Silvana and Barry Halperin, Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Murphy, Mike and Valeria Rosenbloom, Barry Rosenbloom, NAV-TV, LeBlon and Eye on South Florida.
Unicorn Children’s Foundation would like to extend a personal invitation for you to join in their efforts to create a positive change for children who think, communicate, and learn differently so they may lead productive and fulfilled lives.
Unicorn Children’s Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to raising funds to support innovative education, awareness, advocacy, and research programs that will change the lives of individuals diagnosed with neurodevelopmental disorders, such as Autism, ADHD, bipolar, dyslexia, and other learning differences.
Support the foundation through donations of time, talent, or a monetary commitment. For info: (561) 620-9377 or unicornchildrensfoundation.org.
Founded in 1994, The Unicorn Children’s Foundation is dedicated to inspiring and empowering individuals with neurodiversity to lead productive and fulfilled lives. Current statistics indicate that 1 of every 6 children is impacted by some form of neurodiversity, often labeled as, attention deficit disorder (ADD/ADHD), autism spectrum disorder, bipolar, dyslexia and other learning disorders. Over the course of the next decade, we will witness more than 12 million individuals with neurodiverse needs reach adulthood in the U.S. alone.