The Leesfield Family Foundation continues its support of Miami Jewish Health Systems as it celebrates seventy-five years of care and healthy aging to the South Florida community, making a difference in the lives of countless individuals.
The Leesfield Family Foundation joined forces with Mothers Against Drunk Driving by supporting MADD’s 5K run at Tropical Park, Miami, FL on February 8, 2015.
On April 16, 2015, Foundation Chair Ira Leesfield was the keynote speaker at the Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County Industry Icon Conference Series for the Business and Professional Division.
The Leesfield Family Foundation joins the American Jewish Committee in honoring Ambassador Paul Cejas
The Leesfield Family Foundation joins the American Jewish Committee in honoring Ambassador Paul Cejas with the 2014 National Human Relations Award.
Occasionally, the Leesfield Family Foundation is privileged to support a very worthy and deserving charitable organization outside of South Florida. The Tomorrow Fund for Children with Cancer fits that description.
The Leesfield Family Foundation and the Florida Association of Women Lawyers name recipients of annual scholarship
Miami – December 4, 2014. The Leesfield Family Foundation announces it has awarded its annual law school scholarships to Nejla Calvo, a third year law student at the University of Miami School of Law and to Janelle Vega, a second year law student at St. Thomas University School of Law.
Coconut Grove Elementary School, the oldest school in Miami, FL needs a little help in reaching its goal to meet educational challenges in the face of public school funding cuts.
The Leesfield Family Foundation announces its community grant to Voices for Children Foundation, Inc.
Voices for Children Foundation, Inc. is a leader among peer organizations concerned with the support and future of abused, abandoned and neglected children and youth.
Again, the Leesfield Family Foundation made a significant contribution to Yes Institute in Miami-Dade County, Florida, and will be attending the upcoming holiday gatherings.
“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” – Dr. Maya Angelou
May 28, 2014 Farewell to Dr. Maya Angelou, who passed away this morning in her North Carolina home at the age of 86.