Bethesda Hospital Foundation celebrated its 19th annual event with more than 500 attendees gathered to honor six local women whose service enriches and inspires the community. Nearly $200,000 was raised. Proceeds will benefit the Center for Pediatric
Karen Rogers and Nicole Pasqual are chairing Bethesda Hospital Foundation’s Women of Grace luncheon, which will honor five volunteers and one student. Photo provided
By Amy Woods
This year’s Women of Grace luncheon — the 19th annual — will return t
At an evening event, the chairwomen of the Women of Grace Luncheon announced the 2018 honorees. More than 75 guests attended, including hospital administrators, committee members and family and friends of the six distinguished women. ABOVE: (l-r) hon
The Bethesda Hospital Foundation honored five local women and one extraordinary young woman for the 18th annual Women of Grace Luncheon, attended by more than 600. The women were chosen because of their commitment to their nominating organizations an
By Rich Pollack
If Anne and Peter Vegso’s last name sounds vaguely familiar, it may be because it can be found on a sprinkling of b
The annual affair organized by Bethesda Hospital Foundation will benefit the Center for Women & Children at Bethesda Health through the purchase of a state-of-the-art, realistic mother and baby birthing simulator. ABOVE: (l-r, seated) Yvonne Boice, C
The Women of Grace honorees are Yvonne Boice, nominated by the Palm Beach State College Foundation; Tammy Culmer, nominated by Take Stock in Children; Linda Heneks, nominated by the YMCA of South Palm Beach County; Jacqueline Moroco Maloney, nominate
By Amy Woods
The 17th installment of the Women of Grace luncheon will be a wonder of white Nov. 10, when guests gather to raise money for the Bethe
More than 600 guests filled the gilded ballroom at The Mar-a-Lago Club to recognize five female philanthropists for their efforts in supporting and volunteering for local charities. All money raised benefits the Bethesda Hospital Foundation. ABOVE: C
Bethesda Hospital Foundation’s annual Women of Grace luncheon last November successfully raised more than $450,000 in support of the Center for Women and Children. A promise was made to purchase enough infant warmers for each delivery room — and that
Patricia “Pat” Brown-Paytee is known for tireless service to the Sickle Cell Foundation of Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast. Brown-Paytee, of West Palm Beach, has been involved with the agency for 13 years, starting as a grant-funded recruit
Bethesda Hospital Foundation Women of Grace honorees and their guests react to the unveiling of personalized windows at Saks Fifth Avenue in Palm Beach. Each honoree had a window decorated representing her own style.
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The sold-out luncheon honored five volunteers for their work and accomplishments and raised more than $200,000 in support of Bethesda Hospital’s Center for Women & Children.
Photo: (l-r) Todd Crawley of Wells Fargo, the Women of Grace Title Sponso
National Philanthropy Day Luncheon
The Association of Fundraising Professionals - Palm Beach County Chapter will recognize leaders in the categories of Outstanding Philanthropist, Outstanding Philanthropic Private Foundation, Outstanding Philanthr
The 12th Annual Bethesda Hospital Foundation Women of Grace Luncheon was held Nov. 9 at The Ritz-Carlton in Manalapan. Pictured (from left) are volunteer honorees Peggy Martin, Connie Siskowski and Linda Gunn with co-chair Michelle Donahue, mistress
2011 Women of Grace honorees are Peggy Martin (left), Pamela Avalos, Linda Gunn, Connie Siskowski and Nilsa McKinney. Photo provided
By Linda Haase
They’ve raised money for playgrounds and gardens. They‘ve fed the hungry, offered solace to the po
By Emily J. MinorCharity work might seem daunting if you’ve never done it. All those phone calls. All that check writing. All that traipsing around town for corporate sponsors.
All that time.
But a growing group of influential women who call thems
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