388. GAME CHANGER 2.0 APTW R

The Inaugural Coaching Corps San Diego Game Changer Awards honors the influential profession of coaching and those who have helped mold the teams and professionals who make sports so exhilarating. The event also featured recognized athletes Trevor Hoffman, John Lynch, Jr., as well as former SDSU Aztecs Brian Russell and Casey Brown. The event was proudly sponsored by Manchester Financial Group, Wells Fargo and more.

390. LATINO FILM  OPENER 1.0 APT R

Giving Back Magazine is proud to be the Official Magazine Sponsor of the 25th Anniversary of the San Diego Latino Film Festival. The kickoff party was a delightful mix of music and culture featuring live music and film celebrities. Guests had the opportunity to enjoy one of the largest and well-respected Latino film festivals in the world with films from across Latin America and the United States.

391. CREW CLASSIC 3  APTW R

The annual tradition of The Crew Classic and its Sunday Brunch by the Bay are time-honored and beloved traditions in San Diego. With athletes from all over the United States participating in rowing races, fans cheer on their teams along the shores of Mission Bay. The Brunch is held in a large tent at the finish line, giving the best view of the races!

393. BLACK AND WHITE 1.0 APTW R

At the 17Th Annual Black and White Ball, the Association of Corporate Counsel hosted a sophisticated evening of fun and networking for over 700 attorneys and corporate firms, while also giving back to those in need. This year’s beneficiary was South Bay Community Services which provides valuable programs such as their Domestic Violence Response Team and more.

394. SPRITES 1.5 APTW R

SPRITES of East County is a mother-daughter philanthropic organization that is dedicated to supporting and encouraging giving back within their communities. With over 200 members, SPRITES has been able to make a significant impact through over 5,000 hours of volunteer activities each year since 1968. Their Annual Gala recognized their half-century of accomplishments and provided support to continue their legacy.

399. NEMETH EVENT 4  APTW R

Eva and Alex Nemeth always sought to improve lives, especially those of the most helpless. After their deaths, the Alexander and Eva Nemeth Foundation has continued that spirit of philanthropy. The Nemeth Foundation continues to give to causes around California consistent with the mission of the Foundation. Recently, Phyllis Parrish organized a dinner to help introduce the Nemeth Foundation to leaders of the community and to honor their continued contributions to America’s Finest City.

400. LIONS OF JUDAH 2.0 APTW R

Each year, The Lions of Judah, a renowned group of Jewish female philanthropists, individually each give over $5,000. The group is made up of hundreds of local women who are passionate about giving back through the Jewish Federation of San Diego. Through this annual donation, these women make a difference in the future of Jewish culture. World-wide, the group has over 17,000 members making changes around the world!

401. FAIRMONT AUSTIN 6  APTW R

A towering icon within the vibrant Central Business District, Fairmont Austin is uniquely located amid the lush greenery of Palm Park and Waller Creek and directly connected to the Austin Convention Center. The largest hotel in Austin recently opened its doors with a grand opening celebration with guests visiting from all over the world, including San Diego! This property was the first developed by the son of Papa Doug Manchester, Douglas W. Manchester who now calls Austin home.

402. YOUTH SYMPHONY 1.0 APT R

The Annual Scholarship Honorary Committee Dinner Co-Chaired by Armi and Al Williams alongside Event Chair Perla Browlie was an inspiring evening of fine music and dining at a beautiful, private home in La Jolla. The event benefits San Diego Youth Symphony and Conservatory’s efforts to raise scholarship funds for students in need of financial assistance to follow their musical dreams.

403. WOMEN & SCIENCE 1.0 APTW R

Salk Women & Science is an ongoing program that engages women in the community with leaders in biological science and technology. Their recent program featured The Power of Plants: Climate, Nutrition and Global Stability. Plant science is needed more today than ever before to help meet the demands of a rapidly growing human population. The program was followed by a ceremony recognizing the Salk Women & Science 2018 Special Awards recipients and concluded with a reception.

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