Join us (virtually) as we launch a week of festivities! It’s a heartwarming tribute to seniors and the community that supports them. Mingle, meet our honorees, and check out our amazing auction items. Purchase a Wine Lover’s Ticket and receive a Koi Zen Cellars Wine Tasting Kit to enjoy before, during, or after.
Ready to build lasting donor relationships? Join the virtual Power of Engagement Summit Feb 22-25 and see how Fundraising Academy graduates and partners are putting Cause Selling strategies into action. Collaborate with professionals in and outside your field and gain fresh perspectives by putting healthy relationships at the center of your changemaking work.
If you are not available on all four days, register at no cost for the sessions you can attend, and we will see you there.
Harmony SEL, Inspire Teaching & Learning, and Fundraising Academy Cause Selling Education have witnessed our communities coming together to support changing needs in an unfamiliar landscape. The Power of Engagement Summit furthers this collaboration with keynote presentations and breakout sessions where you can see the impact of SEL implementation and relationship-driven fundraising in action.
Free Live, Virtual Workshop
As philanthropic giving changes in response to current hardships, it’s important to continue building and nurturing relationships with donors. With the guidance of three Southern California fundraising leaders, we’ll take a closer look at today’s changing landscape and collaborate on new approaches to fundraising that you can do right now, from your home office.
Your cause doesn’t pause in a crisis. Get fresh perspectives on prospecting, presentation, and stewardship as you navigate new challenges and opportunities. Gain new tactics to apply as soon as you get back to your desk (or kitchen table).
Learn about our featured speakers:
– Tamika Franklin: Director of Development at The Preuss School UC San Diego, and VP Community Relations for the San Diego Chapter of Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP)
– Laura White Ludvik: Director of Development and Community Engagement, Support the Enlisted Project (STEP)
– Hannah Berger: Director of Individual Giving, A Place Called Home, and Sanford Institute of Philanthropy Trainer
– Moderated by Tony Beall, Director, Sanford Institute of Philanthropy
Virtual 25th Annual English Tea
April 4, 2020 | 1:30 PM – 4:00 PM
Encinitas Community Center, 1140 Oakcrest Park Drive, Encinitas, CA 92024
Due to COVID-19, CRC’s 25th Annual English Tea has been canceled. But, even though we can’t attend in person on April 4, we can all “attend” online. The Tea raises critical funding for CRC, and was budgeted to raise $100,000 this year, so we hope you’ll support the event from your homes.
The English Tea, a benefit fundraiser for Community Resource Center, provides funding for CRC’s domestic violence program and all our wraparound services that provide food, housing, counseling and legal advocacy to those who are hungry, homeless and hurting in our community.
The Tea will feature a silent auction, raffle, short program … and delightful tea! Each guest will enjoy homemade tea sandwiches, scones & sweets, champagne and tea.
The program will feature Dr. Ami Roeschlein , CRC’s Clinical Supervisor, who will speak on “Resilience.” She will highlight the advances we’ve made in the past 10 years, and where we are headed in the future, to not only provide the best support and treatment for survivors of domestic violence, but to help them thrive. You’ll learn how the resilience of a community can support the resilience of an individual, and how your support provides paths to new lives for survivors and their children.
The English Tea sells out every year, so please don’t wait to purchase your ticket! We hope you can join us.
For more information, please contact Debbie Murray at 760-546-2537 (not for public distribution)
Until seven years ago there had NEVER been a dog allowed in the San Diego Botanic Garden (SDBG) in Encinitas. Then came the first-ever 5K Paw Walk in the Garden benefiting your Rancho Coastal Humane Society and SDBG. More than 350 people with dogs put their best paws forward to support these two landmark organizations. We hope you will join us for the 8th Annual on Saturday, February 15, 2020!
Help make spirits bright for families in need! Join Community Resource Center for this festive holiday fundraiser to help raise funds for those who are hungry, homeless and hurting in our community. Jingle & Mingle will feature:
- Behind-the-scenes tours of CRC’s 37th Annual Holiday Baskets, providing food and gifts to over 6,000 people in need this holiday season.
- Festive drinks and food
- Music by DJ Darchon
- Raffle prizes
This year’s Holiday Homes Tour celebrates 33 years of spectacular holiday home design! Since its inception in 1986, the tour has featured beautiful private residences decorated for the holidays by professional designers. Visitors return year after year to discover trends in holiday décor and find ideas for their own homes. Don’t miss the opportunity to visit the historic Rancho Buena Vista Adobe. Shop at the Holiday Gift Bazaar where local artisans display and sell one-of-a-kind creations. Enjoy breakfast and lunch from a gourmet food truck.
Boys & Girls Clubs of San Marcos will be hosting its annual Holiday Hotcakes Breakfast presented by California Coast Credit Union on Thursday, December 5th from 6:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. The community is invited to the San Marcos Community Center to enjoy a delicious pancake breakfast prepared by the deputies of the San Marcos Sheriff’s Station, raffle opportunities, and special holiday-themed performances by Boys & Girls Club members.
Tickets are $7 each and can be purchased online at www.boysgirlsclubsm.org/holiday-hotcakes. All proceeds will benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs of San Marcos and the after school programs and services provided to over 1,100 kids and teens daily.
Coffee Corner on Network Fridays is an exciting opportunity to learn about the Operation HOPE program, meet the staff, and network with community members.
Join TEAM PRAVA for our next beer social, to be held on Thursday, November 14th, from 5pm-7pm at Urge Gastropub & Common House. This event will support our Giving Month Charity for November: The Rock Church/Toys for Joy- we are hosting a toy drive all month. This is a casual event based on creating relationships with our peers.
About our Sponsor:
Rowan Electric is a San Diego based, family-owned electrical contractor for over 30 years. We continually strive to raise standards of professionalism, quality, and rock-solid leadership.