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Monday, March 31, 2014, 5:45 am

Partners in Philanthropy

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    Partners in PhilanthropyWelcome to the Business Journal’s 48-page special section “Partners in Philanthropy.”

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    View the section in the Business Journal E-Edition. You can download in PDF format all the report or individual pages via the “Thumbs” button at the top of the viewer. Click Check-mark the desired pages, then click the “Download Selected PDFs” link at the top left of the viewer window.

    Also, you can download the entire report as a PDF file. (Warning: File size is very large.)

    It is our privilege to present a special section that includes full pages devoted to the incredible stories of some of the North Bay’s leading nonprofits along with profiles of the 20 recipients of the Journal’s first-ever Corporate Philanthropy Awards. This is by far our largest effort to date toward celebrating the work of the region’s community nonprofits and the companies and organizations that support them.

     The philanthropy awards recipients range from large companies with household names to a café that provides free meals to homeless teens putting their lives back together. Recipients were selected in four size categories — fewer than 100 employees, 101–500, 501–1,000 and more than 1,000 — reflecting the North Bay’s unique mix of small and large employers.

    What’s so wonderful about this group of recipients is that, in aggregate, it says “We care about our communities.” Large, medium-sized or small, each found a way to make their special contribution to help our fellow citizens.

    We hope this section spurs even more collaboration going forward. For now, congratulations to all involved.

    Brad Bollinger, Business Journal Publisher

    Corporate Philanthropy Awards

    Winners with up to 100 employees

    Read profiles of North Bay organizations with fewer than 100 employees and recognized for charity efforts: B.R. Cohn Charity Events, Dierk’s Parkside and Midtown cafés, E.R. Sawyer Jewelers, The John Jordan Foundation, Pisenti & Brinker CPAs and Advisors, The Republic of Tea, Sonoma Raceway and Summit State Bank.

    Winners with 101–500 employees

    Read profiles of Corporate Philanthropy Awards–winners with 101 to 500 employees: Bank of Marin, Exchange Bank, Freeman Toyota Lexus, G&C AutoBody, Ghilotti Construction, Redwood Credit Union and W. Bradley Electric.

    Winners with more than 1,000 employees

    Read profiles of Corporate Philanthropy Awards–winners with more than 1,000 employees: Agilent Technologies, Autodesk, Kaiser Permanente, Medtronic and Wells Fargo Bank.

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