Inaugural Runway of Hope Raised Over $100,000
This week was the culmination of a fun, fashion-focused eight-week peer-to-peer fundraiser to benefit human trafficking survivors and at-risk youth in Place of Hope's daily care. Thank you to all of the supporters who helped our Champions raise over $100,000 at this Inaugural Runway of Hope!

We would also like to thank:
⭐ Our presenting sponsor, The Doyle Family Foundation
⭐ Saks Fifth Avenue Palm Beach Gardens
⭐ Truist Wealth
⭐ Palm Beach Illustrated

Congratulations to our 2023 Runway of Hope Champion, Meg Weinberger, for raising the most funds!

New Podcast Episode!
Meet Dillon
Did you know Place of Hope recently launched a podcast called Ambassadors of Hope? Our THIRD episode is out today and you do not want to miss out on this incredible story. Dillon is a former Place of Hope resident and current resident at Villages of Hope. His journey is sure to inspire you. Listen everywhere you get podcasts or click here:
"Fashion Tea-Sta" to
Benefit Place of Hope!
Angel Moms Cherie Arscott, Zaicha Spodak and Angel Mom President Rebecca D'Emic hosted the Inaugural "Fashion Tea-Sta" Children's Fashion Show and Benefit for Place of Hope at the Leighan and David Rinker Campus, raising over $35,000 to support affordable housing and programs for our residents. This family-friendly event featured fashions from Elegant Child, a boutique owned by Rebecca and her mother Rene Barth. This "party with a purpose" was a wonderful opportunity for parents to bring their children to learn about giving back in their community and featured Mary Brown, a resident who grew up in foster care at Place of Hope.
Make a Difference This Holiday Season
Make a difference for a child in foster care, former foster youth, homeless youth, single mom with kids or a human trafficking survivor. Many of the children and youth in our care have never experienced memorable holiday traditions like gathering around the tree on Christmas morning or lighting a candle on the Menorah each night of Hanukkah. Most often, Place of Hope will be their first memory of these iconic moments in life shared with family. Help make their season bright by fulfilling a child's wish list.

Angel Mom President Rebecca D'Emic in 1926 - The Magazine of The Boca Raton
It's the season of giving, and for many of The Boca Raton Club members, that season is all year round. Hear how Rebecca D'Emic embodies that principle in her personal life through
Place of Hope.