33rd Annual Palm Beach Cavallino Classic raises funds for non-profits and celebrates Ferrari history.

The Breakers in Palm Beach was taken over by Ferrari’s this weekend with the successful completion of the 33rd annual Palm Beach Cavallino Classic.

More than 2,000 people attended the event to see 150 Ferraris on display at the “Concorso d’Eleganza.”  The event, organized by Conossa,  is considered to be one of the largest Ferrari showcases in the world, celebrating the history of Ferrari and giving back to the community.

Sources told me that the event helped raise $200,000 to be donated to the Palm Beach Police and Fire Foundation and the Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts through the Cavallino Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization, donates more than $100,000 every year to “help young people seize their opportunities in life.”

Supporting events that contribute to charitable causes reflects a commitment to social responsibility. It allows individuals to be part of a broader effort to make a positive impact on society. I encourage everyone to get involved with organizations that share your interests and help support them at any level. Your efforts, which supports theirs, helps build community and connection.