Stephanie Glidden

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Children’s Museum Is First of Its Kind to Win National Medal

The New Children’s Museum has won the 2019 National Medal for Museum and Library Service, the nation’s highest honor given to libraries and museums.

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Sundt Foundation Continues Constructive Role in the Community

Sundt Cos. Inc., through its Sundt Foundation awarded a total of $17,000 in grants to six local nonprofits during its second-quarter disbursements.

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Philanthropist’s Support of Scripps Earns Recognition

Scripps Health announced that more than 240 people attended the 14th Annual Distinguished Achievement Awards, presented by Circle of Life 100...

Escondido Brewing Wins One for The Veterans

Escondido Brewing Co. won the First Annual Brewdown Beer Competition last weekend, donating the $5,000 donation prize to local nonprofit Wounded Warrior Homes.

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Scripps’ Spinoff Gala Puts $2.5M Into Cancer Fight

Scripps’ 28th Annual Spinoff Gala held recently raised $2.5 million to benefit Scripps MD Anderson Cancer Center. Nearly 300 people attended the event at the Hyatt Regency La Jolla at Aventine, which featured Evan Ruggiero, a tap dancer who lost a leg to bone cancer.

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Scripps’ Spinoff Gala Puts $2.5M Into Cancer Fight

Scripps’ 28th Annual Spinoff Gala held recently raised $2.5 million to benefit Scripps MD Anderson Cancer Center. Nearly 300 people attended the event at the Hyatt Regency La Jolla at Aventine, which featured Evan Ruggiero, a tap dancer who lost a leg to bone cancer.

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Foundation Raises More Funds to Bring Lifesaving Care To Pets

The Foundation for Animal Care and Education, FACE, hosted its Bags & Baubles silent auction for the ninth consecutive year to raise funds and awareness for local pets in need of lifesaving veterinary care.

Salk Professor Elected to National Academy of Sciences

The National Academy of Sciences recently announced that Salk Institute for Biological Studies professor Edward Callaway is one of 100 new members and 25 foreign associates to be elected to the NAS in recognition of their distinguished and continuing achievements in original research.

Success Is in the Cards for Charity Striving to Help Children

St. Germaine Children’s Charity announced record-breaking results for its “Cards to Honor Mothers & Fathers” fundraiser. The nonprofit increased its gross proceeds to more than $9,200 (funds that go directly to fight child abuse).

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Community Leader Champions Grant for UC San Diego Program

Community leader Elaine Galinson directed $5 million in grants to continue momentum of UC San Diego’s student program in partnership with National Conflict Resolution Center.

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