Friday, July 12, 2024

Man Power 2024: Alan Rose

Community Leader

A man of many passions and various philanthropic endeavors, Alan Rose is involved with the Treasure Coast Humane Society, where he holds an annual fundraiser in October. “The Humane Society estimates that nearly 1 million animals are rescued or killed each year. I want to create an animal abuser registry that could significantly reduce that number by preventing known offenders from having access to potential victims. It’s about protecting pets, maintaining humanity, and ensuring justice for all living beings,” he shares.

Rose became involved with the Boca Raton Police Foundation as a trustee. When the original founder moved away, a group of 23 trustees elected Rose as co-chairman of the Foundation, where he now oversees the philanthropy efforts. “Our Executive Director Debbie Levine does the heavy lifting, but I am setting up most of the large events, including the upcoming United in Blue on September 27 at Broken Sound Country Club with Sister Sledge performing.”

A former collegiate wrestler, Rose enjoys working with local wrestling teams, helping young men and women who hopefully want to compete in college. “I’ve proudly trained a few athletes who medaled for the USA Olympic wrestling team,” he says.

A successful and humble businessman who built and sold multiple empires to private equity firms, Rose is now semi-retired and investing in commercial and industrial properties. On any given day, he can be found boating, enjoying live music at Crazy Uncle Mike’s, or savoring a chef-prepared meal at home. No matter what his agenda, Rose never loses sight of life’s simple pleasures, and the importance of giving back.

Alan Rose
651 Sanctuary Dr., Boca Raton, FL 33431

This post is part of the Man Power: Men Who Make It Happen special advertising section from the July/August 2024 issue of Boca magazine. For more like this, click here to subscribe.

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