News for 2010
Organisers staggered by worldwide response from 26 countries. The standard for an international design competition to find 'The Ultimate Drinking Fountain' for London’s eight Royal Parks was so high that the nine strong judging panel have selected two winners.
Anisa Kamadoli Costa has been appointed President of The Tiffany & Co. Foundation, effective September 1, 2010. Fernanda Kellogg, who has worked at Tiffany for over 25 years and has led the Foundation since its inception in 2000, will serve as Chair of the Board.
The Japan Center for International Exchange (JCIE) and The Tiffany & Co. Foundation are pleased to announce the winners of the third Tiffany Foundation Award for the Preservation of Japanese Traditional Arts and Culture in Contemporary Society.
The Tiffany & Co. Foundation has awarded a grant to the Royal Parks Foundation in London, through the newly established Royal Parks Foundation (USA), for the new program Tiffany-Across the Water.
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The Trust for Public Land (TPL) today announced it has raised enough money to buy and protect the 138 acres behind the world-famous Hollywood Sign, as Playboy magazine founder Hugh Hefner stepped forward to close the gap with a $900,000 donation toward the $12.5 million needed.
In May 2010, The Tiffany & Co. Foundation announced a $150,000 grant to support TED’s Mission Blue campaign, inspired by Sylvia Earle, the 2009 TED Prize winner.
Photo Credit: TED / James Duncan Davidson
The Trust for Public Land (TPL) and Los Angeles City Council Member Tom LaBonge today announced they have 16 more days and a $500,000 challenge grant to raise the final $1 million needed to save the view of the famous Hollywood Sign by preserving 138 acres of land behind the sign.
Around the Americas today announced it has set sail for its final port stops in Central America and Mexico before heading to the United States’ West Coast, ultimately concluding in Seattle in June. On March 30, 2010, the steel-hulled, 64-foot sailing vessel (S/V) Ocean Watch departed the Galapagos Islands, en route to Puntarenas, Costa Rica and then Puerto Vallarta, Mexico after spending the last two months rounding the coast of South America...
The National Audubon Society will honor four exceptional women with the Rachel Carson Award at its seventh annual Women in Conservation Luncheon at The Plaza in New York on May 18. Audubon’s Rachel Carson Award is one of the most recognized and prestigious awards for women leaders in American conservation today.
The Trust for Public Land (TPL) announced today that donations totaling $3.1 million on behalf of major studios and a number of other Hollywood leaders have been made to help buy the land at Cahuenga Peak and preserve the view of the famous Hollywood Sign.
In February 2010, The Tiffany & Co. Foundation announced a $1 million grant to The Trust for Public Land (TPL) for its Campaign to Save Cahuenga Peak, home of the Hollywood Sign.
Photo credit: The Trust for Public Land