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Rancho Santa Fe Foundation Expands to Help Connect More Local Donors
Foundation: Rancho Santa Fe Foundation

Rancho Santa Fe Foundation is planning to expand in the hopes of building on its efforts to link local donors with organizations that aid communities and its residents across San Diego County. The...more

Student Philanthropists at Philanthropy Leaders Forum

During the Philanthropy Leaders Forum, local students Ciera Cypert and Matt Soto recently spoke to a crowd of local philanthropists and business and government leaders about their experiences...more

San Luis Obispo County Community Foundation New Board

Claire Clark, who is the Economic Development Manager for the city of San Luis Obispo is a new member of the San Luis Obispo County Community Foundation Board of Directors in 2012. Community...more

$50,000 Grant for Tennessee Schools
Foundation: Verizon Foundation

Ten Tennessee schools has received grants totaling $50,000 from the Verizon Foundation with its Thinkfinity.org project. Through Verizon Thinkfinity.org, the schools will have a resource to...more

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Cornwall as First-Ever Rural Social Enterprise Zone

Cornwall as First-Ever Rural Social Enterprise Zone

Cornwall, England has been christened as the first-ever rural social enterprise zone. Minister for Civil Society Nick Hurd remarked that what was happening in Cornwall was an example to the rest of the United Kingdom.

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