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February Volunteers of the Month

Cassie Muntz, Food and Wine Festival Committee, Fund Development Council

Cassie has returned to the Food & Wine Logistics Committee and has brought back her great experience and knowledge to the team. 51 more words

February Volunteers of the Month

Ali Head, Jingle Bell Bachelor Bash Chair, Fund Development Council

Who can you call when you need to find 15 eligible bachelors that can get the job done? 38 more words

January Volunteers of the Month

Crystal Arnote, Main Event Chair, Fund Development Council

Who was that beautiful, elegant woman running around the Junior League of San Diego’s Main Event? Crystal Arnote began working on the new signature fund development event well before this league year started. 54 more words

Giving Tuesday - Thank You For The Support

On Giving Tuesday 2016, a total of 76 members donated and the Junior League of San Diego (JLSD) reached 10.59% member participation towards its annual campaign.  112 more words

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Behind the Scenes with an Award-Winning Direct Marketer

Catherine Connolly, a direct-marketing guru, shares my pride in the development profession.  We both believe nonprofits are a force for good.  And we both understand that fundraisers help donors transform their corner of the world, with every gift. 804 more words

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Lottery Winning Landlord Directs Rent to Research

This is a great story from the Courier in Scotland. Gillian Bayford, a landlord who won the lottery, is sharing her good fortune. In addition to supporting the remodeling of his home to support Blake McMillan’s special needs, she is directing all the rent paid by Blake’s family to support research on MECP2 duplication syndrome, the condition which affects Blake. 25 more words

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Fighting to End Racial Inequity in Arts Funding

Angelique Power, President of the Field Foundation and her funding colleagues have been working together for two years in order to tackle one consistent problem: figuring out how to get more people of color into arts posts at local arts agencies around the city of Chicago.

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