Baylor Medical Center Foundation’s Quarterly Luncheon Topic Dealt With Living A Good Life When Facing A Serious Health Issues

In New Orleans, Tuesday, February 13, was Fat Tuesday. In North Texas, it was petite blonde philanthropist Nancy Dedman’s birthday… and not just any birthday. She was making 90 look terrific at the Baylor Health Care System Foundation Board’s quarterly luncheon at the Charles A. Sammons Cancer Center. So, naturally there was cake at the tables that served two purposes — King … [Read more...]

Leslie Ann Crozier Ramps Up Her Mission To Raise Funds And Awareness For Greater Alzheimer’s Research With Stellar Experts And Fundraiser

If the Dallas Cowboys' Jerry Jones is serious about winning a Super Bowl, he needs to recruit Leslie Ann Crozier, founder of the It's Their Time foundation. The only problem is that Leslie Ann’s red zone-to-end-zone drill is already committed to a bigger game. That focus was clearly obvious at the Dallas Country Club on Tuesday, January 23, for the kickoff of an upcoming … [Read more...]

JUST IN: National Eye Institute Awards $2.7M+ For The Retina Foundation Of The Southwest’s Eileen Birch’s Work In Amblyopia

The Retina Foundation of the Southwest is probably being overloaded with notes of congratulations. Thanks to the efforts of Crystal Charity Ball Pediatric Vision Laboratory Scientific Director Eileen Birch, the National Eye Institute has awarded a five-year grant of $2,751,645 “for her cutting-edge research projects aimed at helping infants and children with lazy eye … [Read more...]

MySweet2018Goals: Donna Arp Weitzman And Herb Weitzman

According to Donna Arp Weitzman and Herb Weitzman, “Herb and I have competing goals:  "First, he wants to gain weight (how disgusting). I have wanted to lose 7 pounds for now 31 years.    “Our second goal is to promote more awareness and raise more money for our charitable organizations. We are national fundraising chairs for the MD Anderson … [Read more...]

The Scripps Society Celebrated The Moody Foundation’s Announcement Of A $12M Gift To CRI With Dinner And A Very Special Singer

While Kathy and Harlan Crow were in Washington, D.C., they left “the key under the mat” for The Scripps Society’s annual dinner on Tuesday, October 24. For newcomers, The Scripps Society was named after Debbie and Ric Scripps, who “have embodied the Children’s Medical Center mission.” It’s made up of people who have provided one million dollars or more for the Children’s … [Read more...]