Oscar Broneer Traveling Fellow — a thank you e-mail! May 13, 2008Posted by gwennis48 in Grantee Communications.
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Dear Prof. Franklin and esteemed Acceptance Committee,
I am delighted to accept the honor of the Oscar Broneer Traveling Fellowship for 2008-2009. Thank you very much for this opportunity to pursue my research and to join the community of scholars and artists at the American Academy in Rome.
I have contacted Ms. Pasquantonio regarding the dates of my stay next year, and I am beginning the process of procuring the necessary documentation for my stay. I look forward to meeting you all in September!
With the sincerest gratitude,
E-Mail from Juvenile Protective Association May 2, 2008Posted by gwennis48 in Grantee Communications.
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Thank you for your message and wonderful news! I gratefully appreciate the awesome news that your Foundation recently approved a grant of $10,000 for the next three years in support of our next phase renovation campaign at Juvenile Protective Association (JPA).
Thank you for your partnership with our agency. Your generosity means so much to the distressed children and families we serve at JPA.
Best wishes are extended for a great weekend ahead. Hope you are having a sunny and mild spring!
David E. Wiercinski, CFRE
Chief Development Officer
Juvenile Protective Association
Direct Line: 312-698-6937
From: Gwenn Gebhard [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Friday, May 02, 2008 1:52 PM
To: David Wiercinski
Subject: Luther I. Replogle Foundation
Dear David and Richard,
I am pleased to inform you that at their Board Meeting on April 5, the Directors of the Luther I. Replogle Foundation accepted your proposal requesting support for the next phase of the renovation at JPA. This letter, therefore, confirms that the Foundation is making a pledge of $10,000 to the Juvenile Protective Association for three years, beginning this year in support of the Campaign to Renovate JPA. I will be sending this grant next week.
I hope you are having a sunny spring.
Gwenn HS Gebhard
Luther I. Replogle Foundation
1720 N Street NW
Washington, DC 20036