What happens when disaster strikes your community and the local workers lose their jobs? If you’re one of my oldest friends, Ron Blitzer, you roll up your sleeves and raise $180,000 in 5 days.
The Santa Monica Education Foundation’s mouth-watering spring event is now in its fourth year. Always happy to contribute to their success!
That’s how much money we helped raise for scholarships at the seventh annual COPi Cup Invitational Tournament at Pebble Beach.
5.8 million Americans are victims of Alzheimer’s disease. That translates to about 24 million family members. Here’s how we’re racing to do something about it.
This Foundation quickly needed to rename itself and create a fresh, new brand identity that would help announce and embody a change within the community, and help students soar.
Racing to End Alzheimer’s is barreling along toward the midnight September 3 checkered flag, when contributions have to be in to … More
What’s the first thing you think of when you see the word “Braille”? If you’re like me, you imagine someone’s … More
Just in time for Labor Day Weekend, meet the new AbilityFirst Magazine. Two years ago we designed the publication as … More
One of our favorite clients is the incredible AbilityFirst. The work they do with developmentally disabled people and their families changes … More