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DOCUMENTING CORPORATE PHILANTHROPY IN NEVADA

These reports will become important annual barometers on giving in the state.

 

To paraphrase Gandhi, the true measure of a society is how it treats its most vulnerable members. It is in this spirit that these important studies on corporate social responsibility in Nevada have been conducted.

 

Entitled “Corporate Philanthropy in Nevada,” the 2014 study was spearheaded by Julie Murray, CEO at Moonridge Group Philanthropy Catalysts and conducted by Jeremy Aguero, principal analyst at Applied Analysis, with the generous support of Michael Brown, vice president – corporate affairs & executive director USA at Barrick Gold Corporation, and Tony Sanchez, senior vice president government and community strategy at NVEnergy.

 

“Corporate Philanthropy in Nevada” will continue to be refreshed annually to open new portals of communication among Nevada’s business community. This ongoing study is part of a larger effort by Moonridge Group to engage corporate funders on community issues and best practices.

 

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2017 Report

2016 Report

2015 Report

2014 Report

2013 Report

Nevada Medical Center

 

The Nevada Medical Center is an organization seeking to enhance the health status of all people residing in and visiting Nevada by implementing the Texas Medical Center’s successful and proven model of collaboration and constructive competition among multiple medical entities.

 

On October 2nd, 2014, the Board of Directors of the Nevada Medical Center released the findings of the Nevada Medical Center Feasibility Study and Report by Wainerdi and Company, LLC. Funded by the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation and informed by interviews with more than 80 community leaders representing 30 Nevada based organizations, the study concluded that collaboration promoted by the Nevada Medical Center would have a tremendously positive impact on healthcare in Nevada and that the necessary commitments and core of enthusiasm of both stakeholders and potential Member Institutions exists to ensure the feasibility of the Nevada Medical Center.