Wellington Club announces new advisory board chairman

Neil S. Hirsch Family Boys & Girls Club of Wellington is pleased to announce that Nicolette Goldfarb has been elected Chairman of the Club’s advisory board. She will serve a two-year term. Goldfarb replaces Raymond J. Mooney, who will remain part of the advisory board.

Goldfarb is a Broker Associate at Illustrated Properties in Wellington and specializes in the equestrian market. She has a dual degree from Boston University.

For more than four years, Goldfarb has been an ardent supporter of the Club helping it to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars via fundraising events. To that end, she stepped up to the plate this year as chairman of the Club’s largest annual fundraiser, Wellington Dinner Dance.

She has been instrumental in fostering relationships with corporate partners that have been fruitful in helping to provide children resources to be successful.

Goldfarb also volunteers her time at the Club during the annual Cinco de Mayo celebration, serving Thanksgiving meals, distributing holiday gifts, helping to build garden beds for the organic garden, and other activities.

“Nicolette has the energy and the passion that our Advisory Board needs. She has being very active and supportive of many projects and events,” stated Mooney. “I’m sure Nicolette will guide us on a path full of new opportunities that will help the Club continue providing a world-class experience to the kids.”