Donald Trump was Awarded the Unicorn Children’s Foundation Shining Star Award and Helped Raise Over $1,000,000 on Behalf of Children with Neurodevelopmental Disorders

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The Unicorn Children’s Foundation 10th Anniversary Gala, the key to the Golden Palace, was a brilliant achievement and overcame its $1,000,000 target on a spectacular evening under the stars of the legendary Mar-A-Lago Club in Palm Beach.

Mr. Donald J. Trump, Grand Honorary Host and recipient of the Unicorn Children Foundation Shining Star Award, welcomed guests and told the rapid audience that “having the Unicorn Children’s Foundation here for so many years has been our honour.” “We appreciate more than 500 people who attended and participated in silent and live auctions as well as our sponsors UBS Private Bank (UBS Private Bank), Rosenberg Diamonds & Co., Ellagem, Shelley Resnick, Yocha & Aviva Schneider and Hershel and Christine Victor for their support,” said Laura Moore, 2008 Gala Chair. Mr. Trump’s Mar-A-Lago became an exotic oasis with belly dancers, living camels and Moroccan tents. To add another glitz to the already glamorous event, internationally renowned singer, songwriter and actor Pat Boone was present. Six year old prodigy Ethan Bortnick enjoyed the audience with classical and personal compositions, as well as his wit and winner of the French American Idol, Jeremie Meslati, who had a ladies swooning as he performed Hello by Lionel Richie. Florida’s famous Ziegfeld Girls won the crowd not only by their beauty, but also by their generosity, an unexpected and most spectacular $100,000 donation to the foundation. The Unicorn Children’s Foundation, an international organization devoted to education, research and awareness initiatives for children suffering from learning and communication challenges, such as autism, Aspergers, ADHD, dyslexia and other generic learning disorders.

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First Season of Trump’s Celebrity Apprentice Raises Over 1 Million Dollars for Charity

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The Celebrity Apprentice’s first season of Donald Trump helped many worthy causes. For his charity of choice named for his mother, the Carol M. Baldwin Cancer Research Fund, Stephen Baldwin has won more than once.

The final two on Thursday night’s finale, however, were the tenacious Brit Piers Morgan versus the American cowboy Trace Adkins in their quest to become the first Celebrity Apprentice to win $250,000. In addition to his work as a tabloid editor, Morgan is recognized in the US as a judge on America’s Got Talent and is known in the UK for Britain’s Got Talent. The tough as nails competitor won nine out of 11 competitions and raised over $500,000 for the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund, his designated charity.

Trump helped Morgan add a total of $250,000 to his total, as he was dubbed the winner of the Celebrity Apprentice. Critics say he was playing dirty. Morgan says he played the game in order to win money for his cause. Morgan beat 12 other celebrities to win money for their chosen charity. Finally, Adkins raised funds for the Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Network for two opponents.

His motivation to win was driven by severe food allergies from his six-year-old daughter. The country singer performed a song that can be downloaded at the cost of contributing funds to the Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network from the NBC website.