Name of the abandonment | Santa Cruz County Hospice Receives Grant – Santa Cruz Sentinel
The Santa Cruz County Hospice received a $ 10,000 grant from the Newman’s Own Foundation, the independent foundation created by the late actor and philanthropist Paul Newman. The Santa Cruz County Hospice Award was presented by the Newman’s Own Foundation as part of its commitment to improving the lives of children with life-limiting illnesses.
The funds will be used by Hospice of Santa Cruz County to support efforts to improve the quality of life for children in the community who have been affected by the loss of a loved one or who suffer from a life-threatening illness. Specifically, this grant will be used to help fund the Santa Cruz County Hospice Youth Grieving Support Program and enhance the Concurrent Child Care Program which provides care for medically fragile children and their families. families.
Since 2006, the Newman’s Own Foundation has awarded a total of $ 613,750 to Hospice of Santa Cruz County to support its community-funded programs.
Donations from food banks
The Santa Cruz County Second Harvest Food Bank in Watsonville and the Monterey County Food Bank in Salinas each received $ 20,000 from the Delta Dental Community Care Foundation to support their operations.
The donations were part of $ 1.5 million in food bank grants that reach every county in California, according to a statement from the foundation.
Solgan obtains the designation
The Investment Services at Bay Federal Credit Union team has announced that LPL’s financial advisor, Sam Solgan, has been awarded the designation of Chartered SRI Advisor. This title is the first major financial title entirely dedicated to sustainable investment.
This designation identifies Solgan as a finance professional who has the experience, knowledge and situational awareness to help clients invest in sustainable, responsible and impact investments.
Solgan has worked in the investment services of the Bay Federal Credit Union since 2013 and has worked in the financial sector since 2009.
An award-winning novel
Christina Davis’ first young adult fantasy novel, Born at Dawn, has been selected as BRAG 2021 medallion recipient in June. Books that earn a BRAG medallion can be identified by the gold seal on the cover and are listed on the award website.
BRAG Medallions are awarded by indieBRAG, LLC, which strives to “discover talented self-published authors and help them give their work the attention and recognition it deserves.”
Davis, originally from Boulder Creek, is a resident of Monterey County and a former Sentinel staff member. She is an alumnus of Cabrillo College, San Jose State University School of Journalism and Mass Communication, and the NYU School of Professional Studies Summer Publishing Institute.
Weizhou Zhou, of Boulder Creek, received a doctorate in philosophy with a major in mechanical engineering from Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
Zhou was among nearly 2,000 students who received undergraduate, master’s and doctoral degrees during the exercises beginning in May.
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