Sun Sentinel

The EW Foundation, an educational nonprofit for children and young adults, celebrated its first year’s success with an enchanting musical brunch, “BOOKS, BELLINIS, & BEL CANTO.”

The Italian-themed event started with a Bellini reception in the courtyard of Café Boulud in Palm Beach. It was followed by a seated Mediterranean style brunch.

“BOOKS, BELLINIS, & BEL CANTO” showcased arias of POPera by classically trained performers and EWF’s ambassadors Anne-Marie Campbell and Summer Foley. Pianist Dr. Robert Sharon served as accompanist.

Since April 2014, EWF has impacted more than 3,000 children from its books and programs. The organization has been able to provide author visits and signed complimentary books for children in seven academies and schools, and nine children’s charities. In 2015, EWF has set a goal to impact more than 10,000 youth with its care, commitment and resources.

For more information, email info@EWFcares.org or call 561-833-0131.

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