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      Sailfish Point Foundation, Molly’s House, Hope Center for
      Autism, and the Martin Health Foundation.
        The  couple’s  heartfelt  compassion  earned  them  the
      prestigious Frances Langford Humanitarian Award that
      recognizes  community  leaders  who,  like  Langford,
      demonstrate the caring commitment and compassion for
      humanity in their lives and deeds.
        During the reception, the United Way Foundation also
      announced that it is halfway to its goal of building the
      organization’s endowment fund to $13 million. Once this goal
      is reached, the interest earned on the invested principal will
      generate an additional $500,000 annually that United Way
      can infuse back into our community every year. “Building   Rip Fisher with Aleta and Geoffrey Smith  Ted Brown, Linda and Dennis Longstreet, and Carol Webb
      our endowment will ensure stable funding during challenging
      economic times – like now – when human service needs are
      heightened. It will also expand capacity for emergency response
      programs in times of crisis or natural disaster,” said Stephen
      Pinnacoli, United Way of Martin County Foundation chair.
      Previous Humanitarian Award Recipients Include
      2011 – Robert and Carol Weissman
      2013 – Barbara Briggs Trimble
      2014 – Prestleya and Helen Blake
      2015 – Douglass and Patricia Stewart
      2016 – John and Susan Sullivan
      2017 – H. William Lichtenberger
      2018 – Bob and Jan Crandall and Bill and Audrey Crandall
      2019 – Joe and Margaret Richebourg Temple
      2020 – John and Linda Loewenberg                   Sandy and Mehdi Razavi with Mike and Linda Evans  Bill and Audrey Crandall with Bob Crandall
      2021 – Fred and Betty Kopf
        The Frances Langford Humanitarian Award sculpture is a   endowment fund to meet the current and future unmet needs   investing in programs that strive to enhance healthy living,
      signature piece by Geoffrey C. Smith created especially for the   of Martin County.                  improve education and support financial stability.
      United Way of Martin County Foundation.              United Way of Martin County’s mission is to improve lives     For more information about United Way of Martin County
        Top reception sponsors included Bob Crandall, Bill and   by mobilizing the caring power of our community. Since 1972,   Foundation, visit or
      Audrey Crandall, John and Linda Loewenberg, Robert and   the United Way has been working to create long-term social   call (772) 283-4800, Ext. 2212.
      Carol Weissman, Saelzer/Atlas Wealth Management Group   change and provide support to Martin County residents by                 Photos by Liz McKinley
      of Raymond James and H.W. Lichtenberger.
        The Frances Langford Humanitarian Award reception              LocaL Government
      is the signature event of the United Way of Martin County
      Foundation. The foundation is an independent public charity
      uniquely positioned to accept legacy gifts and build an
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