JLSD’s Day At The races event had a sellout crowd with 160 members & guests in attendance! It was a beautiful afternoon at the Del Mar track, with Membership Connections hosting several contests throughout the day: Best Hat, Most Dapper G… 80 more words
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Loyal ‘Timmie’ customers and the Quick Service Restaurant Industry (QSR) are surely waiting and watching to see how the current conflict gets resolved between Tim Hortons franchisees and the chain’s parent company, Burger King/3G. 634 more words
Donor-centric fundraising is all the rage. It makes a great deal of sense. Know who your donors are and why they are motivated to support a charity; ensure their gifts are allocated as requested; do the appropriate stewardship to show the charity understands their giving goals with supporting information. 782 more words
In January, Baltimore learned that it was losing one of its most successful arts administrators with the news that Deana Haggag, executive director of The Contemporary – a nomadic Baltimore-based contemporary art museum – would be leaving to become the president and CEO of United States Artists (USA). 608 more words
Seeking sixty local arts groups to participate in a yearlong training program to improve racial equity in the arts and culture sector
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“The arts and culture field, like many other sectors, has historically over-emphasized diversity and audience engagement strategies.
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“Black anger has often stoked the flames of progress in this country. Philanthropy, however it manifests itself – a national institution, a small family foundation, or individual donors with or without significant wealth – would be well served to embrace it.” – Rodney D.