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SRQ DAILY Sep 22, 2021

Wednesday Philanthropy Edition


Wednesday Philanthropy Edition

"We need healthy forests to provide oxygen and offset climate change."

- Dr. Meg Lowman, aka Canopy Meg, TREE Foundation - Mission Green

[Environment]  TREE Foundation's Malaysian Walkway Officially Named a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Brittany Mattie, brittany.mattie@srqme.com

Sarasota's Tree Research, Education and Exploration (TREE) Foundation may have based its Mission Green initiative on legendary oceanographer, marine biologist and environmentalist Dr. Sylvia Earle's Mission Blue—a global alliance educating and inspiring support to explore and protect the ocean's vital marine areas—but instead of dipping their toes into the ocean, they're hanging them from canopies in the treetops.

Dr. Meg Lowman, founder and lead biologist of the TREE Foundation, also fondly known as "Canopy Meg," announced yesterday that the Foundation's canopy walkway located in Penang Island, Malaysia—dubbed the Penang Hill Biosphere Reserve—was officially designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The installation not only helps to grow and revitalize the rainforest and its immense biodiversity, but is a fitting recognition of the unique natural and cultural heritage of Penang Island and its people. 

"Biosphere Reserves the world over are celebrated for their exceptional biodiversity and distinct social landscapes as well as for their potential to demonstrate innovative ways of living in harmony with nature,' said Dato’ Harry A. Cockrell and A.Reza Cockrell, co-founders of The Habitat Group of Malaysia. "With this designation, the Penang Hill Biosphere Reserve, which comprises 12,481 hectares of marine and terrestrial ecosystems in the north-western part of Penang Island will be counted among a distinguished global network of 714 Biosphere Reserves across 129 countries." 

The official designation was given by the International Coordinating Council of UNESCO’s Man and the Biosphere Programme at a meeting held by the United Nations only once or twice a year to distinguish World Heritage sites. This one happened to take place in Abuja, Nigeria on September 15, 2021. "We just received news that the Mission Green UNESCO sanction in Malaysia went from pending to approved," shares Lowman excitedly. "We've been working with the Malaysian government for almost four years, along with a corporate sponsor which helped to build the site, and was so wonderful, they hosted a group of scientists to come out and study the area." The scientists' exploratory research, as a whole, found over 1500 species living within this tropical rainforest habitat, Lowman shares. 

The installation of the Penang Hill walkway will now work to save those species, many of which are endangered, including the rainforests themselves. The unique visitor attraction and education site ultimately helps to stimulate interest in nature and emphasize the importance of conserving the living biodiversity there. But even more so, it helps to combat the deforestation of trees to source palm oil—a robust industry throughout Malaysia and much of Indonesia where palm oil remains high in demand to make numerous consumer products, destroying the lush land of tropical rainforests in which it is found. "They will cut down an entire rainforest for the production of palm oil," says Lowman, "These trees don't just grow back. It takes thousands and thousands of years to recover those forests. Something we won't see in ou lifetime."

"We need healthy forests to provide oxygen and offset climate change," she continues. "We hope and pray these forests we're helping to conserve and protect become fabulous carbon storages for clean air and stable water. If you can't tell, we’re big advocates for saving big trees." 

Lowman goes on to share her "little baby" Myakka River State Park Canopy Walkway—TREE Foundation's original treetop walkway and pride and joy—remained the pillar of standard to which the Penang Hill Biosphere Reserve was modeled after. Meanwhile, Myakka continues to bring about half a million of visitors a year and remains an exemplar for similar forest conservation projects worldwide. "We're currently applying for funds to create more education accessibility in Myakka," she shares, mentioning treetop webcams, outdoor kiosks and educational exhibits within the park to "keep Myakka as the cutting edge, coolest walkway of the planet."

You can read more about Canopy Meg's studies and stories in her newly-released book The Arbornaut: A Life Discoveing the Eighth Continent in the Trees Above Us, found at Bookstore1, Barnes & Nobles and Target.  

Pictured: The Penang Hill Biosphere Reserve in Penang Island, Malaysia.

Courtesy of Mission Green - TREE Foundation. Learn more here.

[Grant]  Beckstein Charitable Fund of Manatee Community Foundation Awards $250,000 to Mote SEA

The Beckstein Charitable Fund of Manatee Community Foundation has awarded a $200,000 grant to the Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium’s Science Education Aquarium (SEA). The Fund has provided $250,000 to Mote SEA since 2018. Mote SEA is being planned for 12 acres in the Sarasota County-owned Nathan Benderson Park. The site will double the number of residents and visitors within an hour’s drive of Mote’s outreach facility. Its interactive teaching labs will be accessible to all schools in the region, including no-cost opportunities, so that each child has the chance to discover marine science and technology, first-hand.

"Our community is so very fortunate to have leading Manatee County philanthropists Gene and Anne Beckstein embrace Mote's vision of 'Oceans for All,’” said Mote President & CEO Dr. Michael P. Crosby. “Their leadership gift to this campaign for the Science Education Aquarium is setting the pace to ensure the new facility's educational programs become a reality for all the K-12 school children in Manatee County."

Learn more about Manatee Community Foundation online at ManateeCF.org and more about Mote’s SEA at MoteOceansForAll.org. 

Mote SEA rendering, courtesy of Manatee Community Foundation

[]  Debbie Dannheisser Threads Uses Fashion to Fight Cancer for the Children’s Cancer Center

Well-known clothing designer, fine art painter and philanthropist, Debbie Dannheisser offers innovative and therapeutic fabric and color to her fashions that help nurture cancer patients and survivor's minds, bodies, and souls. And to help even further, Debbie Dannheisser Threads is hosting a reception on September 23rd from 5 pm to 8 pm to help support the Children's Cancer Center.  "Children with cancer and blood disorders have special physical, emotional, and psychological needs," said Dannheisser. "That is why it is an honor to host this event to help the Children's Cancer Center. The money raised from this event will support the local community and local families in their fight against pediatric cancer. The Children's Cancer Center ensures that families have the appropriate support programs, the financial support to get through the diagnosis, and any educational foundation that they need."

One evening each month will be designated to provide sales proceeds in support of a designated local charity, one of many charities which benefit from Dannheisser's long-standing and heartfelt commitment and philanthropy.  The event will be at her new studio located in the offices of Paderewski and Dannheisser Law, 1834 Main St., Sarasota, FL 34236, and is open every Wednesday 10 am- 4 pm and by appointment. 

For more information on Debbie Dannheisser Threads, please visit debbiedannheisserthreads.com or call 941-350-8839. 

Pictured: Debbie Dannheisser

[Community]  DreamLarge Launches Friends of Rosemary Park

DreamLarge announced yesterday the creation of Friends of Rosemary Park, an initiative designed to educate, inspire and drive awareness about the City of Sarasota pocket park currently under development in the Rosemary District. The primary focus of Friends of the Rosemary Park is to support the City in gathering the thoughts, opinions and needs from residents and visitors to the Rosemary District community through the use of the recently announced Rosemary Park Survey. The survey can be taken at RosemaryParkSurvey.org, where you can also learn more about the new initiative. 

"Our goal in launching Friends of Rosemary Park is to ensure equity and inclusion in the development of this City park," said Anand Pallegar, Founder of DreamLarge and former Park Committee Chair. "An inclusive and meaningful engagement process ensures that Rosemary Park accurately reflects the needs and desires of the community it serves."  

[Awards]  BGCSDC Honors Archie Griffin And Lisa Bechtold at 2021 Leadership Breakfast

It’s been two years since the The Boys and Girls Clubs of Sarasota and DeSoto Counties have had the opportunity to gather together as a community to celebrate local honorees and recognize the work of its members, volunteers and donors for BGCSDC's Teen Programs. This year, the organization honored two-time Heisman Trophy winner Archie Griffin, and Lisa Bechtold, Executive Director of Take Stock in Children of Sarasota County at The 15th Annual Intertape Polymer Group Leadership Breakfast. Co-hosts and MCs for the event were Former State Senator, Lisa Carlton and 2021 Southeast Youth of the Year, Jorge Hernandez-Perez.

Archie Griffin was not able to be there in person but he accepted his award over live stream. Lisa Bechtold accepted her award and reminded the community of the importance of volunteering and working together. She said, we all have different skill-sets and using the gifts and talents you have can make a difference in the lives of our youth. BGCSDC Club members presented the two honoree awards and spoke as representations of that investment made by mentors and community partners.

Isaiah L. presented the award to Archie Griffin and was named Gene Matthews Youth of the Year in 2020 and 2021. Isaiah shared how being a representative for Youth of the Year instilled traits of leadership in himself and provided a platform to be a positive role model. Samantha L., a graduate of the STAR Leadership Program, presented the award to Lisa Bechtold. Samantha was awarded a two-year Townsend Scholarship, which will help her further her education and pursue her dreams of becoming a graphic designer.

All proceeds from the Leadership Breakfast will allow the Boys & Girls Clubs of Sarasota and DeSoto Counties to elevate its award-winning slate of Teen Programs.  

Photo from The 15th Annual Intertape Polymer Group Leadership Breakfast, taken by Cliff Roles

[Military]  Sarasota Pledges Support for Military Caregivers as Hidden Heroes City

Sarasota has pledged its support to local military and veteran caregivers by signing on as a Hidden Heroes City, joining the Elizabeth Dole Foundation’s network of more than 160 communities nationwide committed to identifying military caregivers and increasing awareness and support.  The Hidden Heroes Cities and Counties program is part of the Elizabeth Dole Foundation’s Hidden Heroes Campaign launched in 2016 by Senator Elizabeth Dole, Campaign Chair Tom Hanks and nearly 200 military caregivers representing every state in the union. 

Hidden Heroes raises awareness about the issues military caregivers face, brings critical resources to our nation’s “hidden heroes” caring for wounded, ill and injured service members and veterans, and connects military caregivers to a community of their peers. “If we want to be a nation that truly cares for those who have borne the battle, we must also be a nation that cares for our caregivers,” said Tom Hanks, Hidden Heroes Campaign Chair.  

The City of Sarasota joined the campaign as the 169th community to sign on as a Hidden Heroes Community, one of the campaign's key national initiatives designed to develop military caregiver resources at a local level. Each Hidden Heroes City, County, or State signs on to help identify local military caregivers and deepen community resources to offer them vital support.  

“It is our duty and our honor to provide support for these ‘hidden heroes’ and the essential role they play in caring for Sarasota’s veterans and military members,” said Mayor Hagen Brody, who brought the resolution forward. “We recognize the unique challenges that they face, and we pledge to do whatever we can to help them continue their critical service in our community.”

Individuals caring for someone who served, or those who wish to support the campaign can visit HiddenHeroes.org for more information.  

Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Dole Foundation

[Community]  Lieutenants Graduate Command Officer Management Course

Sarasota County Sheriff Kurt A. Hoffman is pleased to announce two lieutenants graduated Thursday from the 22nd Command Officer Management Cohort sponsored by Saint Leo University and hosted by the Lake County Sheriff’s Office. Corrections Lieutenants Joseph Mitchell and Ivan Nelson participated in the 18-credit hour certificate program consisting of six courses over a six-month period. Students learned about critical topics such as administrative leadership, criminal justice ethics, human resources, and critical incident management. “It is crucial that our supervisors understand and initiate agency best practices as they progress into leadership roles,” said Sheriff Hoffman. “Participation in continuing education at this level only enhances their ability to manage personnel and best serve our great community.” 

From left: Captain Debra Kiner, Lieutenant Joseph Mitchell, Lieutenant Ivan Nelson, Major Brian Meinberg, and Captain James Forrest.

[Caregiving]  Alzheimer’s Association Introduces ‘Lunch Time Learning’ Series for Caregivers

Florida has the second-highest prevalence of Alzheimer's in the country, with more than 580,000 individuals battling the disease. On September 30 and October 19, join the Florida chapters of the Alzheimer’s Association for two “Lunch Time Learning” programs to help families navigate dementia caregiving for loved ones both near and far. Both programs will feature Certified Care Manager Heidi Brown and Alzheimer’s Community Educator Louise Gallagher as guest speakers. The first program on Sept. 30 will address the benefits of geriatric care management. The second program will share five insightful tips for long-distance caregivers.

“When it comes to making senior care decisions for a parent or loved one, it can be incredibly intimidating. A geriatric care manager, or aging life care professional managers, are trained health care professionals with a specialized focus on issues related to aging," said Brown. "We help families identify needs and find resources to meet those needs. Geriatric care managers can be especially helpful when family members live apart. We have extensive training but have no emotional ties or prior family history to navigate. Acting as advocates and guides throughout the aging process, we help long-distance families be successful caregivers.”

“Resetting Roles: The Gift of Geriatric Care Management” will be held at noon EDT on Thursday, Sept. 30. “Five Tips for Long-Distance Caregiving” will begin at noon EDT on Tuesday, Oct. 19. Both programs will be hosted virtually via Zoom, and registration is requested. To register, contact the Alzheimer’s Association 24/7 Helpline at (800) 272-3900 or visit bit.ly/ResettingRoles and bit.ly/AlzFiveTips

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[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Virtual: Children's Cancer Center: 9th Annual Chick-fil-A Fall Stampede , September 1 – September 30

This year marks the 9th annual Chick-fil-A Fall Stampede benefitting the Children’s Cancer Center. The event is held every September, Childhood Cancer Awareness month. We challenge you to virtually walk or run with your herd for the Children’s Cancer Center. Run/Walk: We challenge you to set a mileage goal to complete by the end of September. All participants will be entered in a chance drawing where 30 people will win FREE Chick-fil-A for a MONTH; 1 Mile, 5 Miles, 10 Miles, 25 Miles, 50 Miles, and 100 Miles. Raise: Create a fundraising page and raise funds throughout the challenge for the immediate needs of children battling pediatric cancer. The top 10 fundraisers will receive FREE Chick-fil-A for a MONTH. Packet Pickup: Drive by our COVID-19 compliant Packet Pick Up Party on Monday, August 31 from 8am to 10am or 6pm to 8pm where all participants will receive a t-shirt, swag bag and a Chick-fil-A sandwich. Tampa: Children’s Cancer Center (4901 W. Cypress St. Tampa) or Sarasota: Fruitville Chick-fil-A (5384 Fruitville Rd., Sarasota). Free Chick-fil-A for a Month consists of 30 promotional cards redeemable for a free Chick-fil-A entrée (Chick-fil-A Sandwich, Original or Spicy, Chick- fil-A Nuggets, Original or Grilled (8-count) or a Grilled Chicken Sandwich). Valid during lunch and dinner hours only.

[SOON]  GALLERY: We Dream A World: African American Landscape Painters of Mid-Century Florida, The Highwaymen , July 10 – September 26

We Dream A World, African American Landscape Painters of Mid-Century Florida, The Highwaymen, explores the depth of art and business enterprise created by a unique set of landscape artists. Guest Curator Radiah Harper takes visitors through the experience of African Americans who, living in a hostile climate of racial injustice, were able to both learn their artistic craft through formal and informal education, and successfully break away from traditional field labor jobs to monetize their work. This exhibition will be presented in collaboration with the Sarasota African American Cultural Coalition from July 10 to September 26.

Marie Selby Botanical Gardens , 1534 Mound St., Sarasota

[SOON]  SCIENCE AND NATURE: In Dialogue with Nature: Glass in the Gardens , July 10 – September 26

Selby Gardens and the Duncan McClellan Gallery in St. Petersburg present the fourth annual summer glass show at Selby Gardens’ Downtown Sarasota campus from July 10 to September 26. This year’s exhibition, featuring nature-inspired glass work created exclusively by Duncan McClellan, will be displayed in the Tropical Conservatory and the Gardens against a backdrop of lush flowers and plants.  All artworks are available for sale with a percentage of proceeds benefiting Selby Gardens.

Marie Selby Botanical Gardens , 1534 Mound St., Sarasota

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Motorworks Yappy Hour to Benefit Friends of Manatee County Animal Services , February 21 – December 19, 1pm-4pm

Friends of Manatee County Animal Services (FoMCAS) invites everyone to join them at the February Yappy Hour at Motorworks Brewery. FoMCAS will be the featured nonprofit and will have over $4000 in raffles and silent auction items plus a 50/50 drawing to help fundraise for the Manatee County Animal Services shelter animals. The family friendly and pet friendly event will be held on Sunday, February 21st in the Motorworks Beer Garden from 1pm to 4pm. The event will feature vendors selling an array of pet and non-pet related products with drink specials and food from local food trucks all in the 12,000 sq ft. artificially turfed beer garden. Raffles and silent auction items include resort stays on Anna Maria Island, spa packages, restaurant gift cards, sailing excursions, fabulous gift baskets, pet items, tickets to sporting events and a golf package, handmade arts by local artisans, jewelry, baskets of spirits, gourmet gift packages, and much, much more. Pet owners are encouraged to bring their leashed pets to enjoy the day and help contribute to the Friends of Manatee County Animal Services whose mission it is to work hand in hand with Manatee County Animal Services to enrich the lives of the shelter animals by raising funds to provide additional resources, medical care and heartworm treatment. Animal Network is the event partner with Motorworks Brewery for the monthly Yappy Hour held on the third Sunday of each month. It features different local nonprofit animal organizations that support, rescue, and find loving homes for dogs and cats in our community. Each month, the guest organization receives the funds raised through the silent auction, raffles and 50/50 split drawing. Over the last three years the event has raised over $100,000 shared among the various guest organizations. Animal Network, Dawg Phonics and Motorworks are sponsors of the Yappy Hour.

[SOON]  GALLERY: Downtown Sarasota Alliance: First Friday Gallery Walk , February 5 – December 3, Times vary.

The DSA Presents First Friday Gallery Walk. Enjoy your walk or stroll in Downtown Sarasota with participating galleries, including State of the Arts Gallery on State Street, AlexArt International located at 25 North Pineapple Avenue, Dabbert Gallery on Historic Palm Avenue, Art Uptown Gallery on Sarasota’s Main Street, and 530 Burns Gallery in Historic Burns Court.

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Arts A Blaze Studio: Saturday Morning Pottery and Donuts , September 11 – October 30, 10am

Bring your Coffee, Tea or Hot Cider and join Arts A Blaze Studio at 8111 Lakewood Main St. #107, Bradenton on Saturday Mornings throughout September and October at 10am. Free Donuts for every Painting Customer while they last.

[SOON]  MUSEUM: Skyway 2020: A Contemporary Collaboration , June 20 – October 3, 10am-5pm

The Skyway 2020 exhibition, now in its second iteration, is a celebration of artistic practices in the Tampa Bay region, as it is a collaboration between four institutions: the Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg; The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota; the Tampa Museum of Art; and the University of South Florida Contemporary Art Museum, Tampa. Working together, curators from each institution will offer context for the diversity of art being made in Hillsborough, Manatee, Pasco, Pinellas, and Sarasota counties. Artworks and projects in the exhibition will be selected by museum curators and the guest juror, Claire Tancons, an independent curator and scholar whose practice takes a global focus on the conditions of cultural production. Tancons has curated biennials around the world, including Prospect.1, New Orleans; the 2008 Gwangju Biennial; and the 2019 Sharjah Biennial. This exhibit will begin on June 20, 2021 and will end on October 3, 2021. Runs from 10am to 5pm.

The Ringling Museum, 5401 Bay Shore Road

[SOON]  HEALTH: Let's Get Healthy Tampa Bay Wellness Expos , September 18 – September 26, 10am-2pm, 11am-3pm, 10am-2pm, 12pm-4pm

Let’s Get Healthy Tampa Bay Wellness Expos, Florida Penguin Production’s annual wellness expo series, is returning to 4 locations this September. (Brandon, Sarasota, Clearwater & Citrus Park) Each “Let’s Get Healthy Wellness Expo” will feature 30-40 wellness related resources & activations catered to patrons of all ages. From Geriatrics to Pediatrics, and holistic to modern, we have it all in one place for Tampa Bay to learn more about all the options available to them. Activities include fitness demos, free health checks, healthy food & drink samples, product sampling stations, a Teddy Bear Giveaway sponsored by Florida Blue, and dozens of vendors on display including many of the top Health Insurance brands, chiropractors, mental health, government services, primary care, fitness, and healthy food and drinks. Sponsored by Florida Blue, Liberty Dental Plans, Life Guard Imaging, and Your CBD Store. September 18th (10am-2pm) at The Mall at University Town Center - 140 University Town Center Dr, Sarasota, September 19th (11am-3pm) at Westfield Brandon Mall - 459 Brandon Town Center Dr, Brandon, September 25th (10am-2pm) at Countryside Mall - 27001 US Hwy 19 N, Clearwater, and September 26th (12pm-4pm) at Citrus Park Mall - Center, 8021 Citrus Park Town, Tampa.

[SOON]  BUSINESS: Forty Carrots Free Community Speaker Event , September 22

This free virtual event will feature Tina Payne Bryson, Ph.D. who teaches the power of showing up in her book How Parental Presence Shapes Who Our Kids Become and How Their Brains Get Wired. Become a community partner and SUPPORT free quality educational programming for those who care for kids in our community. The virtual speaker event will be held Wednesday, September 22 by the Community Foundation of Sarasota. 

Community Foundation of Sarasota

[SOON]  SCIENCE AND NATURE: The Suncoast Science Center: Weekend Science Classes for Kids Return at the Fab Lab , October 2 – December 31, 10am-1pm

The Suncoast Science Center/Faulhaber Fab Lab’s STEAM Saturdays classes are back by popular demand. The weekly courses provide students from grades 1-12 with a unique opportunity to explore various science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM) areas through engaging hands on activities and the use of high-tech Fab Lab equipment such as laser cutters, vinyl cutters, 3D printers and more. STEAM Saturdays run weekly from 10 am-1 pm beginning Saturday, October 2. Returning classes include Robotics, Engineering, Chemistry and Art Lab, while new courses like Coding & Artificial Intelligence, Electric Engineering, and Build Your Brand have been added. All students are invited to spend their Saturday at the Fab Lab. There are classes to suit every age and interest, from creating spooky pumpkin volcanoes in “Halloween Chemistry” to programming a robot to travel across a zipline in “Engineering” class. No experience is required. Classes are $40 and include all supplies and take-home projects. Limited spaces are available, and sessions sell out quickly. For the full schedule and more information, visit https://suncoastscience.org/steam-saturdays.

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: The Bazaar on Apricot & Lime: Book Fair , September 25, 10am-3pm

Love to read? On Sept. 25 from 10am-3pm The Bazaar on Apricot & Lime welcomes more than a dozen local authors. Meet the writer of your new favorite books including children's books, vegan cookbooks, romance, mystery, and sci-fi. While you are here, enjoy food from award-winning Hamlet's Eatery, live music, and the 40 local vendors and artisans who make up The Bazaar community. Participating authors include: Vicki Chelf, Ann and Alan Votta, Rena Koontz, Lucia Barrett, Kate Costigan, David Marks, Hannah Bagnall, Christina Westott, Karen Hamilton, Simone Knego, Tara September, Darlien Simos, Teresa Michael, Betty Mann McQuee, MaryKatherine Wainwright, and more. Located at 821 Apricot Ave in Sarasota. For more information visit www.BazaaronApricotandLime.com.

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: Florida Studio Theatre: The Wanderers , September 29 – February 6, Varies.

Fall in love all over again with the music of the ‘50s and ‘60s! Honoring the dynamic harmony groups of the mid-20th century—from The Four Seasons and The Platters to The Beatles and beyond, The Wanderers will transport you to simpler times with their tight harmonies, smooth moves, and, of course, matching jackets. Featuring such timeless hits as “At the Hop,” “Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You,” and “With A Little Help From My Friends.” The Wanderers, by Richard Hopkins and Rebecca Hopkins with musical arrangements by Jim Prosser, will play beginning September 29, 2021 through February 6, 2022 in FST's Court Cabaret.

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