A Legacy of Animal Welfare

A Legacy of Animal Welfare

Creating a Legacy of Animal Welfare Give NowGive Later An Auburn resident since the 1950’s, Carmen Tindall Wilson was a wife, mother, teacher and dedicated philanthropist. In 2008, Paul Aronowitz of Aronowitz & Skidmore was referred to take a look at Carmen’s...
Caring for the Community They Love

Caring for the Community They Love

Caring for the Community They Love Give NowGive Later Pam Constantino and her husband Alex moved to Placer County in 1986. To many they are still considered newcomers; however, after establishing their businesses and raising their children locally their roots are now...
Local Artist Remembered Through Arts Endowment

Local Artist Remembered Through Arts Endowment

Susan Cooley-Gilliom Artist in Residence and Teaching Program Give NowGive Later A traditional fine arts painter, Susan Cooley-Gilliom was well known for her award-winning pastels and watercolors. Susan’s artistic talents developed through her family legacy. When she...
Scholarships for Latino Students in Lincoln

Scholarships for Latino Students in Lincoln

Scholarships for Latino Students in Lincoln Give NowGive Later Ben Parra was a self-made man. Born in 1923 in Las Cruces, New Mexico, Ben came to the Sacramento area with his mother and brother at a young age. After a few years, his brother moved them to be close to...
Investing in Our Local Workforce

Investing in Our Local Workforce

Investing in Our Local Workforce Give NowGive Later For four generations, members of the Walsh family contributed to the growth and prosperity of Auburn. The first Walsh, James, settled here in 1853. Years later, his grandson Jack served as postmaster and was elected...

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