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2015: A Year in Review

San Diego Charity News for December 21



All Skate NTC Foundation

2015 was a year filled with fundraisers, special events and a lot of philanthropy. Many organizations benefitted by the generosity of the San Diego community.  Arts organizations, educational and health and human services were all recipients of donations to make San Diego a better place to live, work and play.

We at San Diego Magazine are grateful to all who contributed whether it was $100 or $1 million. Every dollar helps in some way and we thank you.

It has been a pleasure for me to bring you Monday Morning Good News every week.  Even when we read about so many disasters around the world, we still have good things happening in our community.

So, on behalf of myself, David Martin, Web Manager at San Diego Magazine, and all of our staff, we thank you for your support and wish you the best holiday season ever.

Enjoy a few scenes from some of the events of the season.

Joyce Glazer

All the best,
Joyce Glazer
joyceg@sandiegomagazine.com

P.S. I will be away over the holidays and will return with more good news in mid-January.

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