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University of Central Missouri Secures Oliphant Trust Funding for Historic Hendricks Hall Renovation

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Byrne Pelofsky is delighted to report that our client, University of Central Missouri (UCM), recently received a $100,000 gift from the Robert E. Oliphant Charitable Foundation Trust to support their capital campaign to restore and revitalize UCM’s iconic Hendricks Hall.  James W. Pollard, Co-Trustee & UCM alum (left) presented the gift to Courtney Goddard, UCM Vice President of Advancement (right),…
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Byrne Pelofsky Client bringing “No Place Like Home” to the Big Screen

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Every once in a while, the Byrne Pelofsky team has the opportunity to work on a slightly "out of the box" project. We are excited to be working with Do Good Productions as fundraising counsel for an important project highlighting the lives, struggles and perseverance of LGBTQ individuals living in Kansas. The film is based on C.J. Janovy's 2018 nonfiction…
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Open Spaces: A Kansas City Art Experience

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JB+A is excited to profile its Client Partner Open Spaces – a unique public-philanthropic partnership that will strengthen Kansas City’s presence in the arts and culture landscape. Open Spaces is a contemporary arts exhibition showcasing the work of leading national and international artists as well as local talent from our diverse visual and performing arts community. Conceived as a recurring…
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JB+A Client Partner Willa Cather Foundation Celebrates Groundbreaking

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JB+A is proud to announce its client partner, Willa Cather Foundation, recently broke ground on its National Willa Cather Center.  More than 200 supporters came to Red Cloud, Nebraska, for the celebration, including acclaimed historian Richard Norton Smith.  In 2016, the NWCC will open its doors as a vibrant arts and educational center that will serve approximately 8,000 annual visitors.…
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