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Travels

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I had the pleasure of spending a few days in Cedar Rapids to meet with donors, NCSML team members and attendees of the Legacy Society Brunch. It was great to discuss with…

Museum Doings

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Thank you to all donors, members, and friends who make these programs possible by your participation and support. Revolution 1989  February 9 – Sept. 8: To mark the 30th anniversary of 1989’s…

Stories of Generosity

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Marv and Bonnie are new members to the NCSML’s Legacy Society. Members of the Legacy Society are those who have included the NCSML in their planned giving or estate plans. I had…
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Philanthropy and Opportunities

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Philanthropy requires strategy and commitment for both benefactors and beneficiaries. Whether it is making a contribution or requesting one, whether the gift is a size meaningful to that individual or a transformational…
Thoughts and Musings

Thoughts and Musings

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One of the reasons that I look forward to the festival season is the chance to travel to the locations where the events are held. Many are in rural areas and almost…
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Culture and Connections

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Festival season is starting and will be in full stride in the months ahead. Festivals range from locally known to nationally recognized with attendees coming in by plane, auto or RV, or…

Guest Columnist

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By Becky Robinson, Development and Fundraising Events Manager Having the chance to develop a new event that celebrates donors, raises funds and awards people who have made extraordinary efforts to honor and…
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Travels

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I am continually impressed at how significant a role our Skala Bartizal Library plays in creating and cultivating relationships with individuals, organizations, and associations around the country, and the world! An email…
Mia, a young Roma girl stands in front of a mermaid painted on the wall of a Roma home, in the old part of the Roma camp of Sintesti, Romania, in Setember 2004.

Museum Doings

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Thank you to all donors, members, and friends who make these programs possible by your participation and support. Current exhibits: There are six exhibitions currently on display, including our two long-standing exhibitions: Faces of…
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Stories of Generosity

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There are myriad ways that individuals, businesses, and organizations rally to help nonprofits with important causes that resonate with donors’ values and interests. Last month, I mentioned the Korvas Family matching gift…
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