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LIFETIMES-Fall 2014
This newsletter includes the following articles: 1) The Keys to Our Success 2) The President's Circle Unveiled 3)Employment Leads to Empowerment 4) 2015 Upcoming Events.
LIFETIMES-Fall 2013
This newsletter includes the following articles: 1) Celebrating 40 Years, 2)Ruffin, 3) 40@5 Ambassadors Club, 4) The Little Red Camera
LifeTimes Newsletter #31-Spring 2012
This newsletter includes the following articles: 1) Leigh Derby, 2)Quarterly Updates, 3) A Note from Davan, 4) The Government Plan
LifeTimes - Fall 2011
This newsletter contains the following features: 1.) Meet Kari Beth, 2.) Quarterly Updates, 3.)An Announcement from Leigh, 4.)Fund Raising and Friend Raising
LifeTimes - Summer 2011
This newletter contains the following features: 1.)Meet Isabella, 2.)Six Month Update, 3.)A Word with Leigh, and 4.)Friend Raising and Fund Raising.
LifeTimes - Spring 2011
This newletter contains the following features: 1) Meet Carl, Artist; 2) Organization Updates & Accomplishments; 3) Fund Raising & Friend Raising; 4) Capital Campaign & Residential Campaign information
LifeSpan Newsletter - Summer 2010
This newsletter contains the following features: 1) Spotlight a Friend with Josh, 2) Fundraising - Friendraising, 3) LifeSpan & Speedway Children's Charities Turtle Race, 4) Lisa Wins First Place!
LifeSpan Newsletter - Summer 2009
This newsletter contains the following features: 1) Spotlight a Friend with Phillip, 2) Philanthropy luncheon in Greensboro and Concord, 3) Benefit walk hosted by Dynamic Quest for the Circle School Burlington, 4) Staff and Volunteers are a key component of LifeSpans continued strength, 5) Quarterly Updates.
LifeSpan Newsletter - Winter 2009
This newsletter contains the following features: 1) Spotlight a Friend with Lisa, 2) LifeSpan Practices, 3) A word from our President and CEO, Leigh Derby, 4) Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, LLC partners with LifeSpan as the presenting sponsor for the Charlotte Philanthropy Luncheon, 5) Upcoming Event - The Turbo Turtle Race @ Midtown Sundries.
LifeSpan Newsletter - November 2008
This newsletter contains the following features: 1) Spotlight a Friend with Curtis, 2) Happy 35th Birthday LifeSpan, 3) Announcing New Website and Video, 4) LifeSpan Education with Ben Fisher, 5) 2008 Corporate Philanthropist of the Year, 6) Upcoming Events, and 7) Ways to Contribute
LifeSpan Newsletter - July 2008
This newsletter contains the following features: 1) Spotlight a Friend with Robert, 2) LifeSpan is still Relevant and Needed, 3) Announcing Buzz Vanderwerff, 4) UMC Giving to LifeSpan, 5) Congratulations to Michael on His Promotion!, 6) LifeSpan Fulfilled Community Need for 34 Years, and 7) Ways to Contribute
LifeSpan Newsletter - March 2008
This newsletter contains the following features: 1) Spotlight a Friend with Guy, 2) Artists at Work in Their Own Studio in Charlotte, 3) Business Enterprises – A Must for Non-Profits, 4) 2008 Philanthropy, 5) Upcoming Events, and 6) Significant Financial Impact of the Drought to LifeSpan at Joshua’s Farm
LifeSpan Newsletter - November 2007
This newsletter contains the following features: 1) Spotlight a Friend with LaShay, 2) Challenges and Transformation, 3) LifeSpan Leading a Social Movement, 4) Achieving their Dreams, 5) Success at LifeSpan, 6) Forget the Gift...Send a Holiday Gift Card, 7) Online Giving, and 8) Legacy Giving
LifeSpan Newsletter - July 2007
This newsletter contains the following features: 1) Spotlight a Friend with Jim Sinclair, 2) Staying Mission Focused During Times of Political Turmoil, 3) The Ever-Changing World of Finance for a Non-Profit, 4) Third Annual ARTability in Bloom, 5) LifeSpan Acquires Local Non-Profit, and 6) Scholarships Needed at Circle Schools
LifeSpan Newsletter - March 2007
This newsletter contains the following features: 1) Spotlight a Friend with Gene, 2) How Does LifeSpan Acquire Non-Profit Organizations?, 3) Meet our New Board Chair, 4) Giving a Gift to Support LifeSpan, and 5) Playing for Others