DONORS MAKING A DIFFERENCE
Dentist, Former Dixon Mayor, Picks Philanthropy as Retirement Project
In the early morning of February 15, Bill Doherty, an affable man who recently inherited the title of Solano Winds Community Concert Band director, arrived at the back doors of the Fairfield Center for Creative Arts with his family and band members to unload equipment for the evening's concert.
Read more about the Robert O. Briggs Scholarship Endowment Fund
There’s a plot at Rockville Cemetery, where four large slabs of smooth concrete lie peacefully near the paved road, and where the story of Leslie Anderson, whose name is on one of the slabs, remains alive.
Read about the Leslie Anderson and Virginia May Anderson Endowment Fund
Early one September morning, on the driving range of Green Tree Golf Club, 62-year-old Tony Love stood alone and practiced his long-range shots.
Read about Tony Love and his philanthropy
When Annette and I were inseparable pals in high school and college, we found it uproariously funny to imagine ourselves as two little old ladies, reminiscing about when we were young.
senior's endowment benefit inspiring musicians . . . what's your passion?
Robert Briggs spent most of his 80 years breathing life into instruments. For decades, Briggs took his passion for music into the hearts of his students at Armijo High School and those at the University of Berkeley, California.
For 78-year-old Nancy Rossi, sitting in her large entertainment room with bursts of sunlight peeking through the plush curtains, talk of her husband brings a glow to her face.
They say a teacher can help build a student’s self-esteem, and it’s true. Anyone who has seen a foreign child learn a second language, carrying the burden of translating for the family, knows the difference a teacher can make in their life.
Read about the Fairfield High School Staff Scholarship Fund