Place of Hope’s second recognition ceremony on Jan. 28 at St. Lucy Catholic Church honored local leaders in law enforcement as well as elected officials. Keynote speaker Liza Smoker discussed human trafficking, one of the nonprofit’s focus areas. Smo
The seventh annual Place of Hope event recognized Kelly Fleming and NCCI Holdings as Jay DiPietro Hero of Hope honorees and benefited programs at the charity’s Leighan and David Rinker Campus. ‘Under the Palms’ was the theme, and live and silent auct
The Leighan and David Rinker Campus for foster children celebrated the grand opening of its newest home with local dignitaries and organization supporters. The home will accommodate six girls and their house parents. ‘Everyone here has played a part
By Maria Puleo
Jeannine Morris and Bonnie Boroian, Highland Beach neighbors and friends for more than 10 years, have a common p
Oct. 28: The Place of Hope and its Leighan and David Rinker Campus will benefit from an evening of auctions – live and silent – and dinner and dancing to the theme ‘From Broadway to Boca.’ Time is 6:30 p.m. Cost is $250. Call 483-0962 or visit placeo
More than 250 guests donned their brightest fashions to celebrate the arrival of spring and herald the work being done to help foster children at The Leighan and David Rinker Campus, a residence operated by Place of Hope. Activities included a silent
Place of Hope’s families and supporters — men and women alike — celebrated the Super Bowl at an elite training facility for athletes. A nutritious meal and energizing auction benefited the children and young adults in the organization’s care. ABOVE:
April 21: Place of Hope will bring together supporters of the agency’s Leighan and David Rinker Campus for an event featuring a festive brunch and spring blooms. Time is 11 a.m. Cost is $125. Call 483-0962 or visit placeofhoperinker.org. ABOVE: (fron
With the theme ‘Cellar & Chef,’ this year’s culinary caper raised more than $37,000 for area foster children and Place of Hope. Funds will be used to purchase school supplies, clothing and recreational equipmen for those in care. ABOVE: (l-r) Ron and
By Steven J. Smith
GULF STREAM — A homemaker, volunteer, loving wife and mother with a passion for life, Jane Gunther embodied the ideal to which every parent should aspire, according to her daughter, Debbie Gunther.
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