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Notices for 7-18-02

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  • The Law School at the University of Richmond School of Law has concluded its Top Tier fundraising campaign, surpassing the $6 million goal. The three-year effort ended with $6.17 million for merit scholarships, professorships and library resources.
  • Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation gave a $300,000 grant to the NC Museum of Natural Sciences to create a new program called Outreach North Carolina that will provide a comprehensive environmental education program in five eastern North Carolina counties.
  • The Ms. Foundation for Women awarded $1.4 million in grants from its Collaborative Fund for Youth-Led Social Change (CFYS) to support youth engaged in their communities.
  • A new report reviews 28 awards programs sponsored by foundations or health-related associations and offers perspectives on this funding strategy. The report was commissioned by the California HealthCare Foundation. For each program reviewed, the report examines the awards program purpose, the recipients, the nomination process, the selection process, management, recognition, costs, communications strategy, and impact. The report concludes with advice for those considering launching a new award program and detailed profiles of the 28 programs included in the survey. The report is available for browsing or download from the California HealthCare Foundation Website.
  • Mission St. Joseph’s Health System in Asheville pledged $35,000 to the Health Care Initiative of the North Carolina Community Colleges Foundation.
  • Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation gave a $300,000 grant to the NC Museum of Natural Sciences to create a new program called Outreach North Carolina that will provide a comprehensive environmental education program in five eastern North Carolina counties.
  • Heroes Aren’t Born. They’re Trained. Learn how to be prepared to help a friend, loved one, co-worker or bystander in an emergency at “CPR for Friends & Family”, Saturday, August 3, 2002 at the Entertainment & Sports Arena in Raleigh, NC. Free to the public. For more information or to register please call 1-877-AHA-4CPR or your local American Heart Association at (919) 463-8300. PLEASE NOTE: The “CPR for Friends & Family” course is not designed to meet professional certification requirements.

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