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In Loving Memory of Lucy Killea

In Loving Memory of Lucy Killea

“The International Community Foundation (ICF) is saddened to announce the passing of our founding President Lucy Killea. Lucy was a champion of the cross-border region and the International Community Foundation right up until her death on January 18th, 2017. She will be sorely missed by the thriving binational community that she led and inspired for nearly 50 years. “

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4 Ways to Give on #GivingTuesday

4 Ways to Give on #GivingTuesday

“Amidst the frenzy of holiday parties, indulgent feasts, and shopping, #GivingTuesday is a reminder to pause and remember the importance of giving back to your community. Here at ICF we believe that meaningful giving brings inspired change.”

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ICF Launches Food Security Campaign

ICF Launches Food Security Campaign

“The International Community Foundation is embarking on a campaign to improve access to healthy, fresh food for low-income families from La Paz to Los Cabos in Baja California Sur. While much of the United States’ organic produce comes from this region of Mexico, fresh, healthy produce is not accessible to local families that need it most.”

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Juli Goff Helps Launch La Paz Community Fund

Juli Goff Helps Launch La Paz Community Fund

“After 17 years of operating Se Habla…La Paz, a Spanish language school in La Paz, BCS, Founder and Director Juli Goff is retiring! In honor of Juli’s 17 years of service to the La Paz community, the International Community Foundation (ICF) is proud to announce the launch of the La Paz Community Fund.”

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The Role of Equity in Philanthropy

The Role of Equity in Philanthropy

“As the Equity Summit’s opening ceremony began, I was struck and moved by Policy Link’s spoken word video “Our Moment.” I felt poet Mayda del Valle speaking directly to me in her powerful rhyme, “step, move, walk, Wake Up… “

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Fighting Chronic Disease

Fighting Chronic Disease

“I have been a nurse for 24 years. During my years of training I learned the natural history of diseases such as diabetes and its complications. When I joined the Dulce Wireless Tijuana (DWT) project, I learned about diabetes and the great need that people with diabetes have for knowledge about this disease…

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The Gift of Reading

The Gift of Reading

Mexico prides itself on being one of the few Latin American countries that has a national library program. The National Reading Program (Programa Nacional de Lectura), established by the federal government in 2002, seeks to increase reading outside of the classroom through the distribution of library equipment and supplies to public schools…

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Recovering From Disaster

Recovering From Disaster

To the Supporters of ICF’s Baja California Disaster Relief: I’m writing today to thank you for your support last year during our response to Hurricane Odile in Southern Baja California and to appeal to you for your renewed support this year. Early predictions for this year range from 7-12 hurricanes and 5-8 major hurricanes in the eastern Pacific…

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