In our third episode, David Stradley, producing artistic director of Delaware Shakespeare, talks about building opportunity and increasing community through the arts. Our nine-episode Building Opportunity in Delaware podcast series focuses on how can we build opportunity and strengthen community for all. DCF President & CEO Stuart Comstock-Gay talks with Delawareans who are building opportunity through the arts, faith communities,
This week on Building Opportunity in Delaware, I talk with Bryant Garcia, Bryant is the immigration program coordinator at La Esperanza in Georgetown, Delaware. We talk about hope, about family, about religion, and about the American dream. Listen here. To check out previous episodes – the link is here.
In our second episode, Bryant Garcia, immigration program coordinator at La Esperanza in Georgetown, talks about building opportunity for Latino communities. Our nine-episode Building Opportunity in Delaware podcast series focuses on how can we build opportunity and strengthen community for all. DCF President & CEO Stuart Comstock-Gay talks with Delawareans who are building opportunity through the arts, faith communities, libraries
When your financial goals include philanthropy, the Delaware Community Foundation can help you make your charitable giving simple, joyful and powerful. This includes helping your trusted financial advisor help you. Recently, Tony Lunger, market manager for Delaware Wilmington Trust Wealth Advisory Services, and his client Bart Dalton, Esq. began working with the DCF to maximize Dalton’s philanthropic impact. We sat
I’m so pleased to announce today the launch of DCF’s first podcast – Building Opportunity in Delaware. After this episode, which includes an interview with Jim and Deborah Fallows, the subsequent eight episodes include interviews with people in Delaware who are working at a community level and doing work that addresses the disturbing opportunity gap in the state. You’ll hear
We’re excited to welcome you to our Building Opportunity in Delaware podcast! How can we build opportunity and strengthen community for all? Over the next eight weeks, DCF President & CEO Stuart Comstock-Gay talks with Delawareans who are building opportunity through the arts, faith communities, libraries and everything in between. Our first episode features James & Deborah Fallows, authors of Our
The Delaware Community Foundation (DCF) welcomes Ashley Robert Altschuler, Esq., as a new member of its board of directors. Altschuler is the managing partner of McDermott Will & Emery LLP’s Delaware office. With more than 20 years of experience in the Delaware Court of Chancery and Delaware Supreme Court, as well as other trial and appellate courts in state and
Delaware nonprofits are invited to apply for the Delaware Community Foundation’s (DCF’s) 2020 Focus Grants. DCF Focus Grants will support organizations and initiatives working to build opportunity so all Delaware residents can overcome barriers to success, benefit equitably and thrive. Grants will be awarded in two focus areas: Increasing Youth Success (Statewide) and Supporting Delaware’s Growing Latino Communities (Sussex County).
What more can we say about John Hollis? If you’ve been involved in community life in Delaware, you already know him, especially if you live in Sussex County, but truly, not only there. John has earned the respect of elected officials, community leaders, philanthropists, the religious community, and so many more. John is a man of passion, faith and caring…a
Nonprofits helping women and girls in Delaware are invited to apply for grants from the Fund for Women (FFW) at the Delaware Community Foundation. The FFW’s grants offer organizations an opportunity to obtain seed money for innovative, creative programming or to continue or expand programs in which the program’s effectiveness has been demonstrated. The funded project must be completed in