Beneficiary Partnerships
An important part of our mission is to not only add and check off items on our Bucket List but to also contribute to the community for which we live and work.  For information on how to be a part of our family of beneficiaries, please send email to [email protected] 


The Abaco Club on Winding Bay 

The Abaco Club on Winding Bay has launched a fund-raising effort dedicated to providing immediate disaster relief for the residents of Great Abaco island, which incurred catastrophic damage as a result of Hurricane Dorian.
“We are extremely concerned about the safety and well-being of our staff members and other residents of Abaco,” said David Southworth, Founder and CEO of Southworth Development, an affiliate of which owns The Abaco Club. “There is an urgent need for immediate assistance on Abaco, and we are moving fast to provide that assistance.”

We have multiple ways in which you can assist these families get back on their feet.
Abaco-Winding Bay Reflief Fund (gofundme)
Abaco Golf Outings
82ft Motor Yacht Experience
100ft Sailing Yacht Experience
Abaco Vacation Club
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HANDY’s goal is to provide customized programs that meet the individual needs of a child that take them from early childhood to adulthood.

HANDY’s mission is to achieve positive, lasting change for youth by providing life skills, education, and a supportive community.  Since 1985, HANDY has met the needs of more than 50,000 children and family members in Broward County. Each year, HANDY serves over 1,200 individuals, including youth ages nine-25, family members and caregivers in Broward County associated with the child dependency system. Our comprehensive, award winning programs focus on education, youth development and economic self-sufficiency. For some of these kids, HANDY is the most stable "family” they have ever known. Visit www.HANDYinc.org to learn more.
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Saint Anthony Friends for Education

Mission Statement:

The mission of the Saint Anthony Friends for Education is to initiate and oversee programs that fulfill the continuing long-term fundraising needs of Saint Anthony School. We are committed to creating, administering, and providing endowment, scholarships, faculty enhancements and other funds as determined by the board, and in conjunction with our Pastor. We will strive to create a balance between the long-term goals of Saint Anthony School and the overall needs of the Church.

The Friends for Education is the backbone and source of strength and support for Saint Anthony Catholic School.

The Saint Anthony Friends for Education develops and manages programs that fulfill the long-term fundraising efforts of our school.  Since its beginning, the Friends for Education, formerly known as the Foundation for Education has been able to grow an endowment that funds programs that help ensure the student’s Catholic education now and for the future.  Today’s students are the future generation of Catholics in America.
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What started as a tribute to our father Nicholas Chiera has now turned into one of the largest fundraising efforts designed to help Kids and young adults who are battling cancer.
Through our Partnership with Camp Boggy Creek, we are now able to help send 150 kids for a week of summer camp in Eustis, Florida.
In addition to helping Kids attend summer camp we are also sending young adults who have beaten cancer to college, as well as teaching kids who are currently undergoing treatments the game of golf and other life lessons.

Some of the same kids that we sent to camp over ten to fifteen years ago have now graduated from Florida colleges and Universities. What is even more amazing is that these amazing survivors are now Doctors, Oncologists, Artists and Social Workers helping kids with the same cancer they once battled.

Our Mission has always been the same, our resolve has never wavered. The Chiera Family Foundation is here to help and enrich the lives of children and young adults who continue to battle this horrible disease.
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Museum of Discovery & Science

Mission Statement:

The mission of the Museum of Discovery and Science is to provide experiential pathways to lifelong learning in science for children and adults through exhibits, programs and films.

More than 450,000 people visit the Museum of Discovery and Science annually. Over 8 million visitors have experienced the Museum since opening in 1992. The Museum currently serves more than 90,000 students annually who visit on school sponsored field trips.
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Rebuilding Together Broward County
Everyone deserves to live in a safe and healthy home.

Our work addresses crucial home repairs, safety improvements, energy retrofits and neighborhood revitalization activities that benefit low income homeowners who are seniors and veterans.

Each year we work with more than 1,000 volunteers, skilled tradespersons and companies who help us provide health, safety and quality of life enhancements to more than 50 families and homes.​​
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Broward County Vacation Club
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Broward County Vacation Club
Big Bad BBQ Bash
Benefiting Special Olympics
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The 7th Annual Big Bad BBQ Bash on the Water is a professional and social networking event benefiting Special Olympics Florida.  Last year we had over 700 attendees and raised over $50,000 for the 6,500 athletes and 23 year-round sports. This year it will be bigger and better at our new location in Esplanade Park, Fort Lauderdale. Enjoy all-you-can-eat BBQ, drinks, live music, raffles, local vendors, social networking, and meet Special Olympics athletes- all for a great cause! VIP will also enjoy a private area with upscale BBQ specialties, desserts and drinks.

Date: TBD,  2020

Time: 5:00 - 9:00PM

Location: Esplanade Park, 400 SW 2nd St. Fort Lauderdale (Acrosse from the Museum of Science & Discovery
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Benefiting Special Olympics