It Takes A Village…

June 2015 Clark Hulings Foundation newsletter

It’s midsummer, one of my favorite times of the year. Everything is lush and green, the days are long and warm, and the markets are full of fresh produce (those of you who know me well are laughing, I know). For The Foundation, midsummer has also become the moment to take stock of the partnerships we’ve built, the events we’ve broadcast and the programming seeds we’ve planted so far this year before we turn our attention again to grant-making. You’ll see below that we have many seeds sprouting and some full-fledged plants already in bloom. Next month we’ll start making sure eligible artists know about and apply for the two grants we will disburse in November.

Right now, though, we’re going to pause and ask for your financial support. The Clark Hulings Foundation is thriving, but we still need your help to continue implementing our mission. In the next couple of weeks you’ll receive an appeal from us. Please respond with a donation that will help us reap what we’ve sown.

To read all of The Foundation’s updates featured in our latest newsletter, click here.

I wish you all a food and fun-filled Fourth of July.

Best regards,

Elizabeth Hulings
Director, The Clark Hulings Foundation

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Elizabeth Hulings
Elizabeth Hulings is the Executive Director of the Clark Hulings Foundation, and a principal of the business-strategy consulting firm Counterpoise, where she has worked with startups, nonprofits large and small, multi-national corporations, and sole proprietors--including artists of all stripes. Before launching Counterpoise in 2001, Elizabeth lived through five Fortune-500 mergers at the predecessors of Citigroup, Cendant, and Verizon Communications. She also honed her skills at several nonprofit organizations including the International Development Exchange, The Management Center/Opportunity Knocks, and Human Rights Watch.

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