UPDATED, 2 p.m. Sept. 21: The Palm Beach Symphony is moving its concert from Mar-a-Lago to The Breakers.
UPDATE, 5 p.m. Sept. 3: Palm Beach Habilitation Center will move its annual Hab-a-Hearts luncheon from Mar-a-Lago, citing a desire to keep the focus on the event’s mission.
UPDATE, Noon Thursday: Bethesda Health Foundation has done an about-face and decided to move its Women of Grace luncheon from Mar-a-Lago.
UPDATE, 3 p.m. Wednesday: Bethesda Health Foundation’s Women of Grace still plans to hold its luncheon in November at Mar-a-Lago.
UPDATE, 6:30 a.m. Wednesday: The Gateway for Cancer Research told The Washington Post it will move a St. Patrick’s Day party scheduled for Mar-a-Lago to another venue.
UPDATE, 2:20 p.m. Tuesday: The Unicorn Children’s Foundation announced today it was moving a planned fashion show luncheon from Mar-a-Lago.
UPDATE, 5:40 a.m. Monday: The Kravis Center will not hold its 2018 Wine Auction at The Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach:
UPDATE, 11:45 a.m. Sunday: The Palm Beach Zoo has moved its 2018 annual fundraiser from the Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach:
Here’s a look at the charities and other organizations that are coming and going from President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach.
These groups all held events at Mar-a-Lago during the 2016-17 social and fundraising season.
So far, 24 charities have decided to move or cancel their events planned for Mar-a-Lago this season. Seventeen of those organizations made their decisions in the past week. The others made decisions earlier this year. One group, MorseLife, had two events planned at Mar-a-Lago: Organizers moved the MorseLife dinner from Mar-a-Lago before moving its luncheon from Trump’s club this week.
Three groups have committed to stay, and at least one is still deciding. We’ll continue to update this list as we learn more.
These three organizations have committed to keeping their event at Mar-a-Lago in the upcoming season:
These 24 charities have decided in recent months — or days — to move their event from Mar-a-Lago this season.
*Those with an asterisk decided to move earlier this year, before Trump’s comments about the violence in Charlottesville last week. The rest, starting with the Cleveland Clinic, have made their decisions since Thursday.
Hearing the Ovarian Cancer Whisper (H.O.W) luncheon, moving to Flagler Museum
LIFE Lady in Red Gala, its board approved today
Preservation Foundation (Note: This event was at The Breakers last year.)
Ryan Licht Sang Bipolar Foundation luncheon
Susan G. Komen Perfect Pink Party
**MorseLife decided earlier this year to move its dinner dance from Mar-a-Lago, then this week decided to move its luncheon from the club as well.