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SRQ DAILY Nov 18, 2020

Wednesday Philanthropy Edition

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Wednesday Philanthropy Edition

"This is the time of year when many of us consider making charitable gifts to help bring about the positive change we hope to see in the world."

- Susie Bowie, Manatee Community Foundation

[Holiday Gifts]  Manatee Community Foundation Presents "7 Tips to Make the Most of Your Year End Giving"
Brittany Mattie, brittany.mattie@srqme.com

“This is the time of year when many of us consider making charitable gifts to help bring about the positive change we hope to see in the world,” says Susie Bowie, executive director of Manatee Community Foundation (MCF). “But in these times of great need, it can feel a little overwhelming.” To combat the sense of burden and commotion that comes with the holiday season, Manatee Community Foundation is hosting a virtual webinar: “7 Tips to Make the Most of Your Year End Giving. Alicia Chalmers and Jennifer Abbott of MCF’s Philanthropy Team will lead the discussion including what to keep in mind to help bring joy and confidence to your year-end giving. “Everyone’s heart is moved by different charitable missions, and that diversity in caring makes our community healthy and vibrant in many ways,” they say. “In this event, we will provide some solid, practical and trusted advice for your giving, no matter what is most important to you and no matter how much you have available to give.”

Poignant topical tips will cover: setting a budget for your giving, supporting your favorite organizations, considering unrestricted gifts, multiplying your impact with existing funds, understanding the tax implications of the CARES Act and developing your legacy plans. “There are some simple tools and considerations everyone can utilize, such as drafting a thoughtful giving budget, multiplying your impact through local opportunities, and starting out by determining the difference you want to see your dollars make,” they explain. “Applying some thought, planning and focus to your charitable giving can make the experience more rewarding to you and impactful in the community.”

Chalmers and Abbott will also share how residents can most beneficially utilize their local Community Foundation as a resource for philanthropy. “We are blessed in this area with several community foundation partners, and each one of them is a knowledgeable guide—providing tax-wise, personal and informed advice to people who invest in nonprofit organizations.” And with friendly professionals representing at each, there is an abundance of giving guidance while living and legacy planning. The presentation will also cover the power of unrestricted donations, gifts that nonprofits may use for any purpose, such as operating expenses of the organization or to a particular project that the nonprofit chooses. 

It’s no surprise why the act of "giving" is more important this year than ever. With the compounded challenges of COVID-19 commandeering most of 2020, there is no better time to connect with local nonprofits with missions you feel are essential to a healthy community, Chalmers and Abbott urge. There are many choices of local nonprofit organizations, and taking the time to do a little research may reveal some new opportunities to consider agencies that are doing amazing work in social justice, arts and culture, education, environment and conservation, animal welfare, or health and human services. “We shouldn’t take for granted that they will be here without stepping up philanthropic support,” they say. “No gift is too small...or too big. As always, make your giving be a true reflection of your value. It is deeply personal to you and your life experiences.”

Register for “7 Tips to Make the Most of Your Year-End Giving” presentation today at 10:00 am via Zoom at ManateeCF.org or email Events@ManateeCF.org. If you can’t make the live presentation this morning, the recording and handout will be available afterwards via ManateeCF.org.  

Pictured from left to right: Hannah Carter, Alicia Chalmers, Susie Bowie, Jennifer Abbott, Joan McCaw, courtesy of MCF

[New Grant]  Goodwill Secures Additional Match from the Louis & Gloria Flanzer Philanthropic Trust

Local nonprofit organization Goodwill Manasota is thrilled to have access to crucial program funding through a new partnership with the Louis & Gloria Flanzer Philanthropic Trust. Together with a substantial contribution from William Isaac, chairman of the Sarasota Private Trust Company, and his wife, Christine, the Louis & Gloria Flanzer Philanthropic Trust is matching Goodwill’s “Change Round-Up” program for the fourth quarter of the year, including the important holiday shopping season. The Louis & Gloria Flanzer Philanthropic Trust is excited about this new partnership with Goodwill, a premier agency that helps people throughout the Sarasota and Manatee region,” said trustee Eric Kaplan. “Our matching program has disbursed more than $1 million in matched contributions since it started, providing crucial funds to dozens of Suncoast agencies.” 

Pictured: Cashier Daniel Huynh and Nancy Jackson at the point of sale register, where customers can choose to ‘round up’ their purchase to the next whole dollar and support Goodwill’s mission

[New Grant]  Forty Carrots Family Center Receives Challenge Grant After Second Postponement of FireFly Gala

Forty Carrots Family Center announces second postponement of FireFly Gala featuring Pitbull previously rescheduled for January 31, 2021, now to return March 26, 2022, at The Ritz-Carlton, Sarasota.Forty Carrots CEO, Michelle Kapreilian stated, “Like so many performances, circumstances dictate that we again postpone our event until it is deemed safe for all.” Forty Carrots Trustee/Treasurer, Ben Jones, President of Allegiant Private Advisors and FireFly Gala Sponsor, knows the huge impact this postponement has on the Forty Carrot Family Center budget. To help offset the loss of revenue, Allegiant Private Advisors has stepped up to the plate with a $10,000 Challenge Match to inspire others to join them in ensuring Forty Carrots can continue its lifesaving work.  Every dollar donated at www.FortyCarrots.org  using code FFG will be matched, up to $10,000. 

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[Copenhagen Imports ]  Announcing the Annual In-Store Holiday Charity Drive at Copenhagen Imports

Home is where the heart is, make your holiday shopping count knowing you have helped those in need.  Copenhagen Imports owners Mikael and Karen Hansen came in contact with the Resurrection House many years ago through their church, appreciating that it was an all-faiths organization lending a helping hand to our local homeless community for over twenty-five years. Resurrection House provides an array of services which helps pave the path to self sufficiency; offering a hand up, not a handout. 

Through an annual in-store holiday charity drive, the Hansen's have raised $45,000 over the past seven years for the organization, which they find comfort in knowing allocates 100% of those donated dollars directly to Resurrection House's mission. Starting November 20, Copenhagen Imports will begin its annual charity drive in partnership with the famous Norwegian Stressless furniture brand, giving customers up to $400 off their purchase when they donate $50 to the Resurrection House. Especially in these unusual times it is organizations like The Resurrection House where every contribution matters the most.


Visit the Copenhagen Imports Website

[New Hire]  Jewish Family & Children Services of the Suncoast Announces New Executive Team Member

JFCS of the Suncoast has promoted Richard McDaniel to Chief of Client Services. In this position, Richard will oversee JFCS’s Homeless and Homeless Prevention Services including the Operation Military Assistance Program for veterans, the Employment and Financial Advancement Program, Building Strong Families Program, and Healthy Families/Healthy Children programs. “Over the past two and a half years at JFCS, Richard has proven himself to be a leader, innovator and solid manager of his programs,” said Arthur Lerman, Interim CEO of JFCS. “Richard ensures that services under his watch exceed expectations, he inspires and supports his staff to produce outstanding results, and he has the vision and initiative to develop new programs that transform our community. He is an outstanding addition to our leadership team.” 

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[New Hire]  Sweet Sparkman Architects Welcomes New Staff

 Sweet Sparkman Architects and Interiors (SSAI) today announced the addition of two members to its staff. They are:  Project Director Chase Meyers and Administrative Assistant/Interior Designer Melisa Russo. 

[New Position ]  First Step of Sarasota Names Sheriff Tom Knight as New CEO

First Step of Sarasota continues to build on the strategic positioning of its reimagined and newly merged organization with the announcement of a bold pick for its next president and chief executive officer: Tom Knight, the outgoing sheriff of Sarasota County. Knight stated, “I am honored to have been selected for this position by the board of directors and eager to get to work with the excellent and highly dedicated employees of First Step. Addiction and mental illness eventually touch most families regardless of age, income, or status, and I want to make sure our community has the best support and finest services available. I want to build on the work that has recently taken place and make First Step a model for our region and state.” 

[Technical Training ]  CareerEdge Strengthens Its Hands-on Training Approach

CareerEdge is launching a first of kind training to help ensure Suncoast Technical College (STC) construction students gain hands on experience by building their first tiny home. Approximately 180 students across 5 trades programs will gain hands on training over the next 10 months.  All trades students from plumbing, construction, HVAC, drafting and electrical will work together to construct the tiny home on campus. Dr. Ron Dipillo, Executive Director of ACTE, Sarasota County Technical College said, “The Tiny Home project is a creative collaborative project that not only serves as project-based learning for our current students, but also as a learning lab for future students.  These innovative learning opportunities are made possible by Career Edge and funders like Mr. Eppard.” 

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[Recognition]  Sarasota Memorial Hospital Ranks Among America’s 50 Best Heart Hospitals

Watson Health® today announced its 50 Top Cardiovascular Hospitals list, naming the top-performing U.S. hospitals for inpatient cardiovascular services. Sarasota Memorial Hospital was the only Suncoast hospital that made the 2021 list, which is based on quality indicators and clinical outcomes for Medicare patients who received heart care in 2018 and 2019. “In this light, cardiovascular care with an emphasis on health equity is essential,” said IBM Watson Health Chief Health Officer Kyu Rhee. “We believe that these top institutions are leading the effort to enhance and evolve the way we treat and prevent this disease.” 

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[New Hire]  Robyn Sadlo Joins Premier Sotheby's International Downtown Sarasota Office

Premier Sotheby’s International Realty announced today that Robyn Sadlo has joined The Hedge Team, multimillion-dollar producers based out of the brokerage’s Downtown Sarasota office at 50 Central Avenue, Suite 100. “Robyn’s strong community relationships and expert communication skills will be a valuable asset to our team,” said Budge Huskey, president and chief executive officer, Premier Sotheby’s International Realty. “We are delighted to welcome her to the company.”


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[Cancelation ]  Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe Cancels 'Soul in the Garden' Fall Gala

 Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe has decided to cancel its fall gala, "Soul in Garden." The event – which was sold out at a limited capacity (for safe social distancing) but available for wider view through livestreaming – will return in 2021. This year's planned Heart & Soul Philanthropy honoree, Marian Moss, will be recognized at the event next year. WBTT is still rebounding from an outbreak of COVID-19 among the cast and crew of its "Light Up the Night" open-air concerts. Additionally, with virus case numbers sharply increasing throughout the state, the arts organization did not feel it would be safe or responsible to host the event at this time. WBTT will be contacting Soul in the Garden live event and livestream ticket-holders by email regarding ticket refunds. 

For questions, call WBTT at 941-366-1505, ext. 106.

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[New Series]  Arts Advocates Presents Speaking of the Arts: Collaboration Conversations

Arts Advocates continues its Speaking of the Arts series with artist Judith Levine and poet Jeanne Marie Beaumont, who will share their experience collaborating on a public art project for Art in Common Places. During the COVID-19 shutdown, Sarasota artist Judith Levine and New York poet Jeanne Marie Beaumont worked long-distance for six weeks on a deeply personal project for the public arts program Art in Common Places. Levine and Beaumont, who titled their collaboration MemoryKeeper, will share their experience and outcome in this Zoom presentation. "Speaking of the Arts: Collaboration Conversations" will be December 2, 2020, 1:00pm, via Zoom. Registration for this free program is limited, required, and can be made by visiting artsadvocates.org.  

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[New Shows]  Van Wezel Announces New Events

The Van Wezel announces all new Cabaret by the Bay dates, starring jazz vocalist Whitney James. Bay Park Yoga begins this weekend, free of charge on the lawn, and continues through December. The Hall also announces two additional virtual performances just in time for the holidays: the sparkling production of Salute to Vienna and Budapest and a special holiday performance by Celtic Thunder. Tickets for Cabaret by the Bay, Celtic Thunder and Salute to Vienna go on sale Friday, November 20. Many virtual events and socially distanced shows, as well as Variety shows on the main stage, are on sale now for the 2020-2021 season.  

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[SOON]  BUSINESS: Register for Zoom Webinar of 'Where The Votes Are' , November 19, 8:30am - 9:30 am

Join SRQ Magazine Contributing Senior Editor Jacob Ogles for the virtual "Where the Votes Are" webinar conducting precinct-level analysis of election results in Sarasota and Manatee Counties. Where did Republicans and Democrats enjoy the greatest levels of turnouts? How did results of the presidential election impact local races on the same ballot? The Zoom presentation will take place this Thursday at 8:30am.  Advanced registration is required. Click here to register for the zoom webinar. 

[SOON]  MUSEUM: Virtual: The Ringling, Gallery Conversation: Feeling Thankful , November 18, 1PM

What are you thankful for? In this conversation, we'll share what makes us grateful and discuss how those things are reflected in the museum's collection. $5 / Free for Members.

Online, Online

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: SCD + Piazzolla Collaboration with Ann Pilot , November 19 – November 22, 7:30pm except Sunday 2:00pm

Back by popular demand, SCD continues to bring their collaborations to a nuevo level with renowned harpist, Ann Hobson Pilot. This performance is originally choreographed by Leymis Bolaños Wilmott, inspired by la música of Astor Pantaleon Piazzolla. Pilot’s arrangement for the harp, violin, and bandoneon, inspired by Piazzola’s compositions, infuses the composer’s melodías into a contemporary mix of música de tango with jazz and classical influences. Through an invigorating visual and emotional experience, SCD brings a passionate and poignant performance to the Historic Asolo Theater with Piazzolla from November 19, 2020 until November 22, 2020. Performances at 7:30pm, except Sunday at 2pm.

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: The Bazaar on Apricot & Lime Hosts Saturday Outdoor Market , November 21, 10am - 3pm

Every 3rd Saturday of the month, The Bazaar on Apricot & Lime welcomes guests into their outside courtyard.  Join them this Saturday, November 21 from 10 am - 3:00 pm. This month includes live music from Clint & Alyssa, rescue dogs from Satchel’s Last Resort,  local honey from Myakka's Gold Apiary, Butterfly Tie Dye, Atticus Bread Company, games from toy inventor Tim Walsh, Wolfheart's Herbals, Kiln Fired Designs, Carrie Koontz, and Petals & Sugar. And always food is available from Hamlet's Eatery.  Masks are required, booths are separated to give room for social distance and hand sanitizer will be provided at every booth. For more info visit BazaarOnApricotandLime.com

The Bazaar on Apricot & Lime, 821 Apricot Ave, Sarasota.

[SOON]  MUSIC: Sarasota Opera at the Gardens , November 19, 5:30PM
Hear arias that celebrate the outdoors under the stars in this outdoor concert with piano accompaniment. Concert will be limited to 100 people only. Tickets: $35. Join us for favorite opera selections with piano accompaniment by Jesse Martins and George Hemcher, featuring principal artists from past seasons. Sopranos Hanna Brammer, Anna Mandina and Caitlin Crabill Tenors Andrew Surrena and Samuel Schlievert Baritone Alexander Boyd Bass Young Bok Kim

Historic Spanish Point, 337 N Tamiami Trail, Osprey, FL 34229

[SOON]  MUSIC: Sarasota Orchestra: Heartstrings , November 19 – November 22

Three moving works for string quartet showcase the powerful expressive potential of these instruments in the hands of a master composer. The program opens with the single movement Quartettsatz by the 23-year old Franz Schubert. Originally composed as the opening movement of what was to be a multi-movement string quartet, the work could have been lost had Johannes Brahms not recognized its brilliance and arranged for a posthumous premiere. The centerpiece of the program is another single movement from a larger work, the iconic Adagio for Strings by Samuel Barber. Composed when Barber was 26 as the second movement of his String Quartet Op. 11, the searing music is one of the most poignant in the repertoire, with many references in movies and popular culture.   Anton Arensky was 31 when he dedicated his brilliant String Quartet No. 2 “to the memory of Tchaikovsky”, whose death 2 years earlier had profoundly affected Arensky. The work is unique in that it is scored for two cellos rather than two violins, lending an extra darkness to this deeply affecting music. $10 Streaming Access from November 26 through December 1.

Holley Hall, 709 North Tamiami Trail

[SOON]  HEALTH: The Ringling: Moving Meditation Series , November 20, 10am

Claudia Baeza is a Kripalu trained yoga instructor who has been sharing her love of yoga in Sarasota since 2016. Join her for Yoga + Meditation on the loggias of the Museum of Art Courtyard on Friday, November 20, from 10am to 11am for a unique opportunity to gently move the body and calm the mind. Her first session on August 28 will delve into the wisdom of Hatha yoga and pranayama breathing techniques to calm the mind. Her second session on September 25 will focus on the Yamas and Niyamas of the Yoga Sutras, written by Patanjali between 500 BCE and 400 CE. Finally she will end her Yoga Meditation series with Yoga through the Chakras for inner balance and wisdom. Bring a yoga mat, water bottle and a friend– and enjoy the serenity of the Museum of Art Courtyard with Claudia. Please Note: Tickets must be purchased online, in advance of the event. $15 / $13.50 Members.

The Ringling Museum, 5401 Bay Shore Road

[SOON]  DANCE: Virtual: The Sarasota Ballet Digital Program 2 , November 20 – November 24

The Sarasota Ballet's second Digital Program features performances and excerpts of the works of George Balanchine, such as: Donizetti Variations, pas de deux - first performed by New York City Ballet 16 November 1960, to music by Gaetano Donizetti from the opera Don Sebastien, Western Symphony, 2nd Movement (Adagio) - first performed by New York City Ballet 7 September 1954, to an assortment of American folk songs arranged by Hershy Kay, Tarantella - first performed by New York City Ballet 7 January 1964, to music by Louis Moreau Gottschalk reorchestrated by Hershy Kay, The Four Temperaments, Extracts - first performed by Ballet Society 20 November 1946, to music by Paul Hindemith, and Who Cares?, Extracts - first performed by New York City Ballet 7 February 1970, to music by George Gershwin. A video link to view Digital Program 2 will be emailed to ticket holders the morning of November 20th along with links to Bonus Content, our Performance Program Book, our 30th Anniversary Season Program Book, and a tutorial video on connecting your internet device to your television. If you purchase a ticket after the morning of the 20th, you will receive these links via email several minutes after time of purchase. Tickets for Digital Program 2 will be on sale until Tuesday, 24 November, at 2pm EST. Upon becoming available to watch, Digital Program 2 can be watched as many times as you would like, until Tuesday, 24 November, at 11:59pm EST, at which point the Program will no longer be viewable. Make sure you enjoy it before then.

Online, Online

[SOON]  GALA: Night of the White Tiger with Nik Wallenda , November 21, 6pm

Big Cat Habitat and Gulf Coast Sanctuary is hosting a Night of the White Tiger dinner fundraiser on November 21 with cocktails at 6 and dinner at 7pm. Daredevil aerialist Nik Wallenda will be the special guest host for the gourmet dinner served al fresco in the pavilion amid the Habitat’s exotic residents. The socially-distanced fundraiser will help support the Habitat’s big cats, bears and other animals by supplementing admission funds, which have been impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic. Individual tickets are $250 and table sponsors of six guests are $1,500. Advance registration is required by November 16 by contacting events@bigcathabitat.org or 941-371-6377. Event sponsors Butcher’s Mark and Rodizio Grill are donating food for the event, which will be prepared by Chef Jarek Rosaire Dymek. Guests are asked to dress in black and white attire and will be greeted by special animal guests, have photos taken with Barry, the white tiger, and enjoy live music, silent auctions and raffles. Table sponsors will automatically be entered in a raffle for a gift and private animal encounter. Big Cat Habitat is at 7101 Palmer Blvd., Sarasota. More information is available at www.BigCatHabitat.org, by calling 941-371-6377, or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/BigCatHabitat.

Big Cat Habitat, 7101 Palmer Boulevard

[SOON]  MUSIC: The Making of a Musical with Rona Siddiqui , November 23, 5PM

An exploration of the craft of musical theater by one of the nation’s rising musical theater talents, who will be joined by local vocalists. The Hermitage Artist Retreat’s popular beachfront series continues with “The Making of a Musical” with composer and music director Rona Siddiqui, Monday, November 23, 5 PM. These outdoor, beachside events are at the Hermitage, 6660 Manasota Key Road, Englewood. Admission is free but registration is required at HermitageArtistRetreat.org. Capacity will be limited to accommodate safe social distancing, so early reservations are recommended. Masks are strongly encouraged.

The Hermitage, 6660 Manasota Key Road, Englewood

[SOON]  GALLERY: Ringling College: Illest of Ill , October 23 – December 4, Museum hours

Illest of Illustration is an annual juried exhibition that showcases the outstanding works created by current Illustration students of Ringling College of Art and Design. Over 100 works were chosen from more than 200 submissions. The talented guest jurors, Justin and Annie Stegg Gerard, made their selections based on the quality of technique, concept, and skill of medium used. Exhibition open by appointment only. Email galleries@ringling.edu to request an appointment. This exhibit began on October 23, 2020 and will end on December 4, 2020, during museum hours.

Ringling College Galleries

[SOON]  HEALTH: Monthly: Lakewood Ranch Community Bike Ride , October 17 – March 20, 8am-9am

Join your Lakewood Ranch Ambassador, Greg Spring, on the third Saturday of each month from 8am to 9am October-March for a 10-mile, 1-hour casual bike ride through Lakewood Ranch. We will meet at the fountains on Main Street. This is a great way to see the Ranch. Don't forget to bring your helmet.

[SOON]  GALLERY: Ringling College: War Paint, Profiles of Courage , November 6 – December 11, 9:30am-12pm

WAR PAINT: Profiles of Courage was created as a tribute to the bravery of veterans who have served and those currently serving our country. Ringling College of Art and Design students, faculty, and local artists will create portrait profiles of veterans in variety of mediums. The images tell stories from WW ll, Korea, Vietnam, Iraq, Afghanistan, and current enlisted troops that will enrich the Ringling College community for years to come. This exhibition will be held at Ringling College’s newest gallery, Project Space 340 (abbreviated to PS340), located in the Arcos Building at 340 Central Avenue, in the heart of Sarasota’s historic Rosemary District. The exhibition, War Paint: Profiles of Courage, was organized by the Galleries of Ringling College and Matthew Troyer, president of the Ringling College Veteran’s Club. Matthew is a combat veteran, former combat photographer, and is currently majoring in Photography and Imaging. Admission is free and open to the public. This exhibition is open Monday through Friday, 9:30am to Noon and by appointment. It is also available online at warpaint.gallery.

Project Space 340, Arcos Building, 340 Central Avenue

[SOON]  HEALTH: The Ringling: Yoga on the Ca' d'Zan Lawn , November 19, 5pm

Yoga Instructor Ashley Stewart will lead a yoga session the front lawn of Ca' d'Zan. Each session will last an hour, and participants may begin entering 30 minutes prior to the event. Participants should bring a yoga mat and water or drink as desired. This event will occur on November 19, 2020 at 5pm. Tickets are limited to 50 in order to maintain proper social distancing. ​Please note: Tickets must be purchased online, in advance of the event. $15 / $13.50 Members.

The Ringling Museum, 5401 Bay Shore Rd, Sarasota

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Author Virtual Events at Bookstore1Sarasota , November 1 – November 30

The Downtown Sarasota local book shop, Bookstore1 is now open for browsing with masks and gloves and payment by credit card only from 10 am – 4 pm, Monday – Saturday. Side-door pick is also still available. Upcoming Virtual Book Clubs will also continue to be held throughout October 2020 and throughout November, 2020. All book clubs presented via Zoom, registration is required. Ticket purchase required for Zoom link. Please feel free to contact Andrea Ginsky, Web Editor/Public Relations, if you have any questions. For the featured authors and books for each meeting, visit the link below.

Bookstore1 Sarasota

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