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Community impact and innovation seem to be recurring themes as we evolve through these uncertain times. We've noted a range of successful virtual fundraisers and thought leadership events as well as other activities that are changing the way we all do business and support one another.

Below, you can read about AI specialist Palmer Luckey in the latest edition of the Internet Marketing Association's TV show, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar at the Women's Philanthropy Fund breakfast, Chef Bruno Serato's outstanding support for children, and a donation by NewRain International of protective masks to the Los Angeles Unified School District.

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Sinan Kanatsiz
Sinan Kanatsiz
Chief Executive Officer
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60-Day Feel Good Challenge

As we continue forward through a global reset, the good news that the Internet Marketing Association (IMA) members experience was an essential item to share throughout our community, and to provide support for each other in these very challenging times.

Thank you to the IMA community for their heartfelt stories and positive impact. Your content has surely helped prepare our members for an economic and social rebound, spread important messages, and empower our community.

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impactSHOW, Episode 10:
Innovation, Defense Tech and OC Entrepreneurship

In the latest edition of the Internet Marketing Association TV show, Palmer Luckey, founder of Anduril Industries and co-founder of Oculus VR, joined Sinan Kanatsiz at the Channel Bakers Breakthrough Summit to discuss his work in the defense sector, entrepreneurship and innovation in Orange County.

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Feature News Women's Philanthropy Fund Breakfast Recap

Orange County United Way is excited to announce that about 800 attendees joined Kareem Abdul-Jabbar for its first-ever virtual Women's Philanthropy Fund breakfast.

Thanks to the generosity of so many, Orange County United Way surpassed its goal of $425,000 - thank you! These vital funds will support families and children in the county facing poverty and housing instability in challenged neighborhoods.

If you weren't able to donate during the virtual event, you still can! Simply click here. You could also share the link with friends and family to further your impact. Alternatively, you can text WPF2020 to 51555 to receive the donation link.
2020 Virtual Notte di Savoia Los Angeles

Feature News In response to the devastating impact of COVID-19, The American Foundation of Savoy Orders launched its West Coast spring charity gala - the Third Annual Notte di Savoia Los Angeles - as a virtual fundraising event benefiting Caterina's Club. The mission of Caterina's Club is to not miss a single day of feeding the kids it serves. The American Foundation of Savoy is pleased to announce that they have raised $60,000 so far from generous donors to this very important cause.

The Orders appreciate your help in reaching its goal by Sunday, May 31. Please take a moment to appreciate the impact Caterina's Club has made during this turbulent time.

Caterina's Club is now serving over 7,000 pounds of pasta every five days. Since the outbreak, they have served over 628,832 meals, surpassing half of the total meals served in 2019 alone! As you can see, Caterina's Club believes that no kid should go to bed hungry, no matter what the circumstances are: COVID-19 or not. They appreciate your support in the fight to provide for the most vulnerable in our communities. Please give now to Caterina's Club through the American Savoy Foundation.

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Mask Donation to Enhance LAUSD Staff Safety

Feature News NewRain International has made a donation of 750 daily-wear masks to the Los Angeles Unified School District to help the district enhance the safety of staff during the COVID-19 pandemic. The NewRain masks offer a superior level of quality for non-medical usage including 95% filtration of particulates as well as a secure and comfortable fit. They are designed to close the gap between fully N95-compliant gear reserved for direct healthcare workers and first responders on one hand and cheap but ineffective alternatives for consumers.

In addition to educational institutions, the masks are a high-quality choice for other organizations such as businesses as they reopen their facilities. The donation to LAUSD was facilitated through Gen Next, an organization of highly successful individuals dedicated to learning about and becoming engaged with the most pressing challenges facing future generations.
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