Linda Gray, Donna Mills, and Morgan Fairchild talk about their lives and the issues that matter to them
Linda Gray, Morgan Fairchild, and Donna Mills unite at the Steve Chase Humanitarian Awards to raise awareness and money for AIDS services.
Special Advertising Features – Nicholas, DDS, Periodontics of the Desert, Greetings, Carlan Gallery, and Hart Gallery.
Long days and extraordinary altruism of doctors and other volunteers transform lives in Ecuador
From their longstanding radio stations to the genesis of a cultural center, Ric and Rozene Supple find harmony together
In a recent Washington Times story, Patrick Rooney, director of research at the Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University, said a typical recession causes charitable giving to drop between 1 and 3 percent, adding that charities that have diversified sources of funding tend to fare better than those who raise the bulk of funding from one source.
How do you remind someone of a need every day (or at least every month)? Make calendars. The Golden Rainbow Senior Center created one for 2009 to help keep the center open and build affordable housing in the Coachella Valley. All sales proceeds go toward that cause.
As the economy hangs in limbo, the need increases for donations to assist individuals and families
Nine cities. Five women mayors and two women mayors pro tem. The Coachella Valley’s political landscape defies the odds.
EDA is spreading the word about why Riverside County is the best place to do business in Southern California.