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For nearly 30 years a woman I never met has been whispering in my ear every time I sit down to write.  Sometimes she shows up in everyday conversations as...

The Southwest Florida Community Foundation’s 2014-2015 Annual Report is now available online at www.floridacommunity.com/annual-report. “2015 was a year of major milestones in the Southwest Florida Community Foundation’s work as active change-makers,”...

What do a best-selling author, a Pakistani musician, two CEOs of major health care systems and a cyber-security research analyst have in common? I know that sounds like a set up...

Last year at the Foundation, we started asking people, “What’s Your Cause?” We had causes written on cocktail napkins and on paddles for people to hold while posing for fun...

This past week we celebrated President’s Day. When we think about the President, it doesn’t take too long before we also think about leadership. In fact, being President is often...

I couldn’t stop myself from fast-forwarding 20, 30, 40 years ahead as a new donor sat with me in our office this week. The genteel man with a copy of...

Nothing says I love you like an unloaded dishwasher. Or so goes the firmly held belief of a close friend who claims that she does not need gifts or...

This time of year I begin to take a little closer notice of my mail. Not the electronic mail that daily floods my inbox, but my “snail mail” is what...