September 29, 2020

Non-profit/Philanthropy

Brian and Kathryn Ballard donate building to house entrepreneurship school at FSU

Brian Ballard, CEO of Ballard Partners, and Kathryn Ballard, a Florida State University alumna and member of the FSU Board of Trustees, are giving the university a building valued at $1.1 million in downtown Tallahassee that will serve as the home of the Jim Moran School of Entrepreneurship and the Jim Moran Institute for Global Entrepreneurship and will be the physical centerpiece of Florida State's “entrepreneurial university” initiative. Read more »
Published on 2/10/2016

Early-stage investing

Tamiami Angels' Tim Cartwright talks about what makes a successful investment. Read more »
Published on 9/28/2015

New batons: Orchestras shine with new music directors

The top five professional orchestras in Florida all have new music directors — and all face the same challenges in fundraising and engaging a new generation of concert-goers. Read more »
Published on 6/26/2015

University of Miami surpasses $1.6 billion Momentum2 Campaign goal with $55 million 'breakthrough' gift

President Shalala recognized for completing two major fundraising campaigns totaling more than $3 billion Read more »
Published on 5/19/2015

Wet Suits: Scuba diving lawyers

David Black was 7 the first time he saw someone pull on a wet suit and jump into the Atlantic Ocean. Read more »
Published on 12/20/2013

Philanthropy: A Deluge of Wealth

Wealth transfer in the next 10 years could total $322 billion. Read more »
Published on 4/2/2013

Community Foundation of Tampa Bay

Marlene Spalten & Patricia Douglas of Community Foundation of Tampa Bay answer questions about the function of the organization and giving back to the community. Read more »
Published on 3/25/2013

Naples Wine Fest

Nowhere else in the wine world do so few give so much with the speed and noise of the bidders at the Naples Winter Wine Fest. They did it again last weekend raising more than $8.5 million in six hours for thousands of at-risk children within 20 miles of 500 donors under an inflated white tent on the lawn of the Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort. Read more »
Published on 1/28/2013

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Half a million Florida residents may still be eligible for stimulus checks
Half a million Florida residents may still be eligible for stimulus checks

The IRS launched a national campaign this week that includes notifying more than 567,000 residents in Florida who did not file a tax return in 2018 or 2019 but may still be eligible for a coronavirus stimulus check.

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