Designed to engage, educate, and embrace local charitable giving in The City of Doral and the Greater Doral area, “Philanthropy in Doral: The New Frontier in Giving,” was showcased by The Business Forum Group at Doral, Nov. 13 at The InterContinental at Doral Miami.
The launch event featured keynote speaker President & CEO of United Way of Miami-Dade Maria C. Alonso and expert panelists including President of the Jose Milton Foundation Ana Veiga Milton, President & CEO of The Miami Foundation Javier Alberto Souto, and President & CEO of United Home Care Carlos Martinez.
“Philanthropy In Doral: The New Frontier in Giving” served to launch a series of programs and initiatives promoting the benefits of giving and how it can positively impact local residents and enhance economic development – thus developing a new philanthropic culture in Doral and its surrounding areas.
The Business Forum Group at Doral, bringing unity to the business community in Doral by promoting economic development and the growth of entrepreneurship, is led by Business Development & Leadership Specialist Pete De La Torre, a motivational speaker and award-winning business radio talk show host of “The Voice of Business in South Florida.”
For more information on The Business Forum Group at Doral, visit: www.doralbizforum.com.
About United HomeCare
United HomeCare has been an impact partner of United Way of Miami-Dade for 45 years. The non-profit organization delivers home and community care services to frail elderly and disabled adults in Miami and Monroe Counties, helping them to maintain their independence and wellness. Services also include Assisted Living Care at The Residences of United HomeCare located in West Kendall. Carlos Martinez, served as a panelist advocating for increased giving to seniors programs especially to frail seniors needing long term care supports at home.