The JRC Charitable Foundation held its 6th Annual Charity Golf Tournament on June 4, 2016 at Lost Lake Golf Club. Over 100 golfers enjoyed a beautiful day of golf, and the foundation will be donating $9,000 to SafeSpace of FL.
It’s summer, and that’s a special season for The Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society. Our shady paths and Interactive Play Fountain help make a summertime Zoo visit a great experience.
So, you may be wondering, why there is an education article in Our Wonderful World? The answer is simple. For people to have the best quality of life and enjoy the wonderful world we live in, for the time we have, I can think of only a few pathways to achieve that intention.
John Carr of JRC Consulting and JRC Charitable Foundation is thrilled to be partnering with Venture Construction Group of Florida on his sixth annual golf outing to benefit a deserving Treasure Coast not for profit.
For the sixth year in a row John Carr of JRC Consulting is hosting a golf outing to benefit a local Martin County charity. SafeSpace, a non-profit organization helping victims of domestic violence…
The 2015 Holiday Luncheon was the perfect venue to show your support and get involved with the Arthritis Foundation. The event was held on Dec. 16 from 11am-2pm at the beautiful Harriet Himmel Theater in downtown West Palm Beach in CityPlace and featured Keynote Speaker Kathy Gingrich Lubbers, a true Champion of Yes.
On November 14-15, 2015 Healing Touch Buddies will celebrate 11 years of service by training a new group of energy therapists to become “Buddies.” In the two-day training at Jupiter Medical Center’s Raso Education Center, they will learn techniques and gain knowledge specific to cancer care and how to sustain their one-to-one care relationships over the period of a year without sacrificing self.
On August 27, the Northern Palm Beach County Women in Business held their annual tea at the renowned Jupiter Beach Resort. The Women in Business ladies flaunted their best tea dresses and hats as they enjoyed tea, light bites and desserts. And yes…there was even a Best Hat contest!
Florida Earth Foundation has a history of working globally to make a positive impact locally. Most recently, the Palm Beach County nonprofit has created a global knowledge exchange platform called the Coastal Resilience Collaborative.
Coastal resilience is a state, national and global issue that demands attention. With rising sea-levels, stronger storms and some of the most valuable coastal real estate in the world, South Florida is particularly vulnerable to coastal events.
On May 20, 2015, 26 students from 15 countries landed in West Palm Beach to learn about Florida’s water management practices and restoration in the 10th anniversary of the UNESCO-IHE Florida Program, an education-based collaboration between the UN and Florida Earth Foundation (www.floridaearth.org).