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MCCF announces largest grants to date (Thank you, Frances Langford!)

 

The Martin County Community Foundation announced the 2017 Agents of Change, five Stuart-based nonprofits that are recipients of more than $311,000 from the Frances Langford Fund for Martin County.

 

 

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Michael Verde on the Power of Connection

 

 

The Martin County Community Foundation hosted an exclusive event in March at the Huizenga Family Center for a gathering of our most valued philanthropists where Michael Verde presented “Living in Fullness Everyday: The Spirit of Communication”.

 

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Press Release: Frances Langford Fund for Martin County – Grant Announcement

The Martin County Community Foundation announced the 2017 Agents of Change – the 5 Stuart-based non-profits that are recipients of more than $311,000 from the Frances Langford Fund for Martin County.

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Peter Lawson-Johnston on Growing Up Guggenheim

 

In early March, Peter Lawson-Johnston, author of “Growing Up Guggenheim”, spoke to local philanthropists gathered at the home of Ellyn and Ray Stevenson about his life, his family, and his work, all marked by the legacy of his great grandfather, Solomon R. Guggeneheim, a name long associated with great art and philanthropy.

 

 

Gytha Von Aldenbruck – 2017 Sage Awards Winner

Gytha Von Aldenbruck was honored with the award for Community Service during the Council on Aging of Martin County’s second annual Sage Awards ceremony on March 25 at the Kane Center in Stuart.

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