What: Care For Kids Luncheon
When: March 8, 2022 at 11am
Parking: Complimentary Valet . Please have your license ready to present when approaching the guard gate at Woodfield.
Champion For Children Honorees: Kathy & Paul Leone, have been tremendously supportive of not just ChildNet, but child welfare issues in general. Kathy has worked countless hours to help improve the foster care system and both Kathy & Paul have contributed a tremendous amount of time and money over the years.
Community Advocate Honoree: The Community Advocate Award is given to celebrate the leadership of organizations that demonstrate meaningful progress in our community. It is to recognize corporations who give, advocate and volunteer for positive change. This year, FPL is recognized as a true ChildNet partner.
Arrive by 11am as you will have an opportunity to visit our onsite Pop-Up Shops ranging from well-known national stores to Unique Boutiques from our local community. In addition, we will have an auction with items ranging from vacations, Unique Experiences, sports memorabilia, and jewelry. A portion of the proceeds from the auction and shopping will benefit ChildNet. Below is a list of our current Pop-Up Shops!Christian Dior-fashion and fragrances for men and women
• JMcLaughlin- Classic American sportswear brand for men and women with current relevance and stores with a neighborhood feel.
• Wonderland-accessories, women’s clothing and jewelry
• Victoria Bronfman Art- Beautiful artwork from local artist
• BENT&BREE – Sustainable Bags and Accessories Handcrafted from Cork
• Kris Taylor accessories and fine jewelry
*Above information provided by Childnet.
“ChildNet has been chosen by the Florida Department of Children & Families to serve as the Community Based Care (CBC) lead agency in both Broward and Palm Beach Counties. As such, it is the single private non-profit entity responsible for managing the local system of services and supports for the communities’ most vulnerable children. Our system of care was developed with extensive input from local stakeholders and its effective implementation depends upon their continued support.” Source: Childnet website