The Leesfield Family Foundation’s Deep Support to the People of Ukraine with Food and Supplies

Please Donate Now! Following our 32-year commitment to community activities, scholarships and uplifting the lifestyle of the less privileged, the Foundation is working with several sources in Ukraine following the February 24th brutal invasion by Russia. On the ground, feeding, nourishing and caring for seven million Ukrainians who have fled to bordering countries, as well…

Leesfield Family Foundation 2022

The Leesfield Family Foundation projects a busy innovative and helpful 2022, expanding its efforts for COVID relief and support to homeless South Floridians. With continued contributions and support for women and children’s efforts, the Foundation concluded 2021 with existing or new contributions to local organizations including: Baptist Health Foundation Susan G. Komen The Melissa Institute…

Leesfield Family Foundation 2021 – COVID and Post-COVID Relief

The Leesfield Family Foundation proudly announces its major 2021 grant to the Clinton Foundation in honor of President Clinton’s 75th birthday.   The first of three celebrations will take place this summer in East Hamptons.   Close friends of the President will celebrate his birthday and the decades of the Foundation’s success. Closer to home, continued grants…

The Leesfield Family Foundation honors Dr. Leonard J. Zwerling

The Leesfield Family Foundation proudly recognizes Dr. Leonard J. Zwerling for his lifetime commitment to health care and his dedication to the South Florida community. In his honor, the Foundation has donated two state-of-the art medical diagnostic devices, known as Sonosite SII, to Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute at South Miami Hospital. This diagnostic technology…

The First 100 Days of COVID-19

OPEN LETTER FROM OUR CHAIR The First 100 Days of COVID-19 Certainly, it was not just “two coronavirus cases that were under control,” nor did it magically disappear. Summer seasonal change did not matter! Hydroxychloroquine is a joke. Over the past 100 days, America has seen two million cases and 130,000 deaths. We don’t know…