Rancho Santa Fe philanthropists Harry Leibowitz and Kay Isaacson-Leibowitz have just returned from Rwanda where they joined international dignitaries – including former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon, and Rwandan President Paul Kagame – at the 20th Anniversary Commemoration of the Rwandan Genocide.
Founded in 1996, Juvenile Court Book Club offers literacy programs at San Diego’s youth detention facilities.
Scripps Encinitas recently marked its 50th anniversary, having grown from a small convalescent center to a full-service hospital that cares for more than 80,000 patients a year.
In recognition of his service in the community, Rancho Santa Fe resident Jeffrey Silberman will be presented with the Carl M. Esenoff Memorial Award by Congregation Beth Israel May 17 at the San Diego synagogue.
The Moyer Foundation provides comfort, hope and healing to children affected by loss and family addiction.
The Patriots Initiative, the new military outreach program of the Rancho Santa Fe Foundation, has announced grants totaling $100,000 to various organizations across San Diego County.
The Rancho Santa Fe Unit of Rady Children’s Hospital Auxiliary’s gala committee is taking “a giant leap forward by extending much-needed fundraising efforts” to the Sam S. and Rose Stein Emergency Care Center through its next gala, Bohemian Nights, at the Grand Del Mar on Jan. 25, 2014.
For their advocacy work, the pair received the Lowell Thomas Award from the Explorers Club at a dinner on Oct. 26 in Washington, D.C.
Oct 29 2013 | Posted in Life
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Laura-Valentine Lock was adopted as a baby from China. Now, the Rancho Santa Fe teen is helping other children find loving homes.
When music programs are cut in schools throughout San Diego, the San Diego Symphony provides access to music.
Oct 1 2013 | Posted in Life
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