62nd Annual Vizcaya Ball - East Meets West: The Silk Road to Vizcaya
Vizcaya Museum and Gardens' 62nd Annual Vizcaya Ball, East Meets West: The Silk Road to Vizcaya, Presented by Chopard, brought the estate's Eastern influences to the forefront of this grand event.
Baptist Health Foundation Welcomes Class of 2018 Giving Society Members
Baptist Health Foundation welcomed a new class of Giving Society members by honoring their generosity and commitment to the South Florida community. This year 121 new Founder families were inducted into the Giving Society, bringing total active membership to almost 1,400 families.
Arsht Center’s Imagination Ball
The Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County, with title sponsors David and Leila Centner and the Centner Academy, presented the third Arsht Families’ IMAGINATION BALL. The Ball was also supported by Nicklaus Children’s Hospital. Hosted on the Lynn Wolfson Stage of the Ziff Ballet Opera House, the sold-out benefit event featured an electrifying afternoon of immersive activities, a variety of kid-approved dining served in fun food truck-style stations, and a high-energy light and dance show by “America’s Got Talent” finalist iLuminate.
2019 Be A Kid Again Gala Kick-Off
The Miami Children's Museum joined forces with WOW MKTG to kick-off their Annual Be A Kid Again Gala. Hosted by philanthropists and WOW founders, Jose and Heide Dans, the party brought together more than 150 guests at WOW MKTG's global headquarters in Coral Gables. It was an evening of excitement paired with drinks and hor d' oeuvres part of WOW MKTG's LEVEL 5, a unique industry mixer hosted monthly to connect people and build new ideas. The Dans', along with Miami Children’s Museum Board of Directors, and guests raised a glass in celebration of the 2019 Be A Kid Again Gala. The theme of the 2019 gala is "Color Your Imagination."
Give Miami Day Motivates Miami Philanthropy
Give Miami Day is hours away, but Congregation Beth David and the Gordon Schools began gearing up six weeks ago, says Rabbi Julie Jacobs. That’s when the synagogue’s office began sending information to families, announcing The Miami Foundation and its partners will make a bonus gift to the organization for every donation it gets between $25 and $10,000. School classrooms with 100 percent participation in Give Miami Day are eligible to win prizes, such as movies and parties. And everyone – teachers, clergy and staff — has been wearing purple shirts matching The Miami Foundation website each Thursday for well over a month.