People: Stephanie Kruse awarded the Dixie May Philanthropy Award
Courtesy photo of StÃ©phanie Kruse
On August 20, during the Children’s Cabinet’s annual fundraiser, Art of Childhood, the nonprofit honored Stephanie Kruse with the Dixie May Philanthropy Award for her continued philanthropic support to the organization.
“We are so privileged to have the continued support of Stephanie Kruse over the many years,” Kim Young, executive director of the Children’s Cabinet, said in a statement. âWe were able to accomplish so much and help so many people thanks to the skills and expertise that StÃ©phanie was able to provide. We are very happy to be able to celebrate her and all that she does for this community. “
Among other community efforts, Kruse also supports the Desert Research Institute, the Food Bank of Northern Nevada, the Nevada Humane Society, the Nevada Women’s Fund, Renown Health, and the University of Nevada at Reno.
According to the statement, the Children’s Cabinet created the Dixie May Philanthropy Award in 2012 to honor Dixie May and others like her who demonstrate a tremendous community spirit in caring for children and ensuring their health and well-being. , their hobbies and education.