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What's New in Fund Raising?
Excerpts from Hotline Memos of August and September 2001
from the Information Department of Project Inform

October 2001

Save the Date: Los Angeles Evening of Hope

Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2001; Beverly Hills Hotel

Project Inform will honor a select few of the activists, volunteers and philanthropists who have contributed to the work of Project Inform since its founding in 1985. Confirmed honorees include: Barry Krost, well known in the entertainment industry as a leading manager and producer; Bruce Vilanch, a six-time Emmy award winner and well-known comedy writer who has demonstrated a deep personal commitment to the fight against AIDS and homophobia; and Brenda Freiberg, who has drawn on her personal experience and loss as well as her professional background in healthcare, public policy and communications to combat HIV/AIDS for over 15 years, and has been contributing to the work of Project Inform as a member of the Board of Directors and National Board of Governors since 1993.

Project Inform is pleased to recognize Macy*s West with this year's Corporate Leadership Award. Macy*s West has been a visionary leader in its support of community organizations engaged in the fight against AIDS. Since 1988, Macy*s Passport events alone have distributed over $13 million to community-based AIDS organizations.

Formal invitations will arrive a month prior to the event. For more information: www.projectinform.org or call 415-558-8669 x223.


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