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Guarantee Good Will Network Donates $76,500

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Guarantee Real Estate along with its agents and employees combined their efforts and resources to donate over $76,500 to local non-profits in 2015.  The Guarantee Good Will Network (GGWN) charitable giving fund supports local organizations that provide safe shelter to people when they are in a time of need.  The Network also contributes to non-profits that offer services and facilities that are available to everyone in the community and make the Central Valley a more enjoyable place to live.  Since inception, the GGWN has contributed over $384,000 to local non-profits.

The organizations that received Guarantee Good Will Network donations in 2015 are:

Community Food Bank 18,937
Evangel Home 3,000
Rescue Mission 3,000
Hinds Hospice 3,000
Naomi’s House 3,000
Village of Hope 3,000
Ronald McDonald House 3,000
EOC Sanctuary Outreach to the Steeets 3,000
Sherriff’s Search & Rescue 2,500
Fresno Historical Society 2,500
Tree Fresno 2,500
Habitat for Humanity 2,250
American Red Cross 2,000
Rescue the Children 2,000
Storyland/Playland 2,000
Fresno Fire Chief’s Foundation 2,000
Terry’s House 2,000
Youth for Christ 1,500
Junior Company Foundation 1,500
Break the Barriers 1,500
Woodward Shakespeare Festival 1,400
Fresno Art Museum 1,200
Boys and Girls Clubs 1,000
Marjaree Mason Center 1,000
Angels of Grace Foster Family Agency 1,000
Breaking the Chains 1,000
Sierra Foothill Conservancy 1,000
MADD 1,000
Catholic Charities 1,000
StageWorks 1,000
Sequoia Council Boy Scouts 1,000
Fresno Filmworks 1,000

Woodward Shakespeare Festival Receives Guarantee Good Will Network Donation

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The Guarantee Good Will Network showed their support of local arts by giving a $1,000 donation to the Woodward Shakespeare Festival.
In addition to presenting two free Shakespeare plays this summer from their Woodward Park outdoor stage, the WSF is also presenting a free non-Shakespeare play, Inherit the Wind.  While chair seating is available, you’re welcome to lay out your picnic blanket on the hill side surrounding the stage and enjoy the performance from there.
The season is half over, so mark your calendar to make sure you don’t miss the rest:
This is the last weekend for Inherit the Wind – August 8, 9, 10 @ 8:00 p.m.
Yes! Project – Youth Engage Shakespeare Performance – August 16 @ 7:00 p.m.
 
Julius Caesar – August 22, 23, 24; 29, 30, 31; Sept 5, 6, 7; 12, 13, 14 @ 8:00 p.m.
Learn more about the Woodward Shakespeare Festival, their plays, and their stage location within Woodward Park, from their website, woodwardshakespeare.org .
Find out more about the Guarantee Good Will Network here.

Woodward Shakespeare Festival Receives Guarantee Good Will Network Donation

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For the past 8 summers, the Woodward Shakespeare Festival has been delighting audiences with FREE, live performances on an outdoor stage in Woodward Park.  The Guarantee Good Will Network recently made a $1,000 donation to the WSF to support their efforts of delivering this enjoyable cultural experience.

It’s not too late to catch this season’s third and final play, Henry V, which appears at 8:00 on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights.  The last performance will be September 8, 2012.  Chair seating is available, however many in the audience choose to enjoy the evening by bringing a picnic basket and blanket to spread out on the hillside surrounding the stage.
For more information about the Woodward Shakespeare Festival including the location of the stage within Woodward Park, please visit their website, woodwardshakespeare.org.

Woodward Shakespeare Festival Receives Guarantee Good Will Network Donation

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The Guarantee Good Will Network helped provide free live outdoor theater performances by making a $1,000 donation to the Woodward Shakespeare Festival (WSF).

The WSF second performance of the 2011 season starts this week on Thursday, July 28th and runs through August 13th.  This is the first time the WSF has deviated from a Shakespeare play and will present Arthur Miller’s “All My Sons.” 

Then beginning August 25th, possibly Shakespeare’s most beloved and well-known play, “Romeo and Juliet” will delight audiences.

WSF performances are free to the public and presented outdoors at Woodward Park’s 13 Acre Stage.  Performances are on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights, Romeo and Juliet will run through September 17th.  Gates open at 7:00 p.m., curtain call at 8:00.

The 13 Acre Stage provides some chair seating, and reserved seats close to the stage are available for $10 (check the WSF web site for details).  There is also plenty of hillside lawn to set out blankets and beach chairs brought from home.  Take a break from the routine, grab a picnic basket and enjoy a warm summer evening under the stars watching impressive performances by talented artists.  It will be a night to remember.


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