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Red & Black Cafe Financial Aid Contributions Approach $50,000

For almost a decade beginning in 2005, we have been contributing 1% of our gross sales from the Red & Black Cafe to support financial aid.   64 more words

1% For Aid

Alexandra Suh: a Changemaker Personified

By Crystal Shaw

 

 

 

Liberty Hill’s 2014 Wally Marks Changemaker Award honoree, Alexandra Suh, will be recognized on September 6 at our Change LA 2014 event—a casual afternoon mixer designed to let participants meet and mingle. 1,820 more words

Poverty And Economic Justice

Marietta Community Foundation

Mission: By serving as manager and distributor of donated funds, we support philanthropy and the efforts of citizens to improve natural, human and civic resources. 75 more words

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United Way of Washington County

Mission: To raise funds for our community non-profit agencies.

Contact Person: Shauna Cornwell, Marketing Specialist
Contact Information: 740-373-3333 | shaunadunaway@hotmail.com
Address of Site: 307 LL Putnam St., Marietta, OH… 38 more words

Marketing

From Little Lulu to War and Peace

By Fran Baxter-Guigli, Donor Services Officer at Sacramento Region Community Foundation

My grandmother’s first job was that of schoolteacher in a country schoolhouse. She did many things after that, including a stint as a Rosie the Riveter at Boeing during World War II. 371 more words

Philanthropy

The How to's of Monthly Giving Programs

More and more nonprofits are building monthly giving programs and there is no doubt why. Regular monthly donations add up to a steady stream of income funding day-to-day expenses as well as strengthening the connections between donors, leaders, and the nonprofit. 505 more words

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Full Force's Latest Project is full of Heart

To imagine the last 30 years without Full Force’s impact on music would be unthinkable. The sound they created is a diverse fusion of hip hop, soul, latin and R&B that reserves at least one track on the soundtrack to your life. 410 more words

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