As a hands-on philantrhopic organization, the Weisberg Family Foundation, is proud of the innovative programs that we have created to fill needs we saw in our local community and abroad.
Please click on each program below for additional information:
Academia de la Esperanza (Hope Academy) will serve approximately 150 children living in the Barrio George section of the Dominican Republic (near La Romana). By providing an education to children who would otherwise not be able to attend school at all, we believe we can help lift children out of poverty and find hope for their future through the gift of an education.
Through the Vanessa’s Wish program, named in honor of Vanessa Sanchez, children under the age of 5 with a terminal diagnosis or Juvenille Neuordegenerative disease will be able to have an expense free vacation in Orlando, Florida. This is program is part of our ongoing ‘$25,000 annual Matching Grant’ program.
Created as a way to model service for youth, the Charitable Children’s program provides opportunities for children ages 4-17 to participate in service projects in Palm Beach County and abroad. The program runs year round and provides five program events per year in addition to four Mission Trip Scholarships to children who have completed the Charitable Children Core Program and participated in the program for a minimum of one year.
The opportunity to go to summer camp can be a life changing experience for many children living in challenging circumstances. The Foundation offers that opportunity to underprivileged or at-risk children across the United States.
The Foundation supports homeschooling education in the state of Florida, recognizing it as a means to build strong and healthy families. We support homeschool by:
- Providing educational programs for homeschooling parents in Florida through the Homeschool Connection Conference, which underwrites educational workshops & field trip opportunities for Home Educators and their children.