Two Southern California Non-Profit Consultants Celebrate 10 Years in Business by Pledging to Donate $20,000.00 to Charity
Doctors Dallas and Debra Stout of DoctorS Nonprofit Consulting, are celebrating their 10th year in business as nonprofit consultants in 2014 with a pledge to donate at least $20,000.00 to charity. The Stouts note that so far they have donated roughly $14,000.00 towards their goal.
Fullerton, California (PRWEB) March 26, 2014
Doctors Dallas and Debra Stout, of DoctorS Nonprofit Consulting, are celebrating their 10th year in business as nonprofit consultants in 2014 with a pledge to donate at least $20,000.00 to charity. “The bulk of these donations” said Dr. Debra Stout, “will go to Charities right here in the community we live in”.
Drs. Dallas and Debra Stout specialize in the needs of Orange County non profit agencies. Their combined background of over 40 years working in the Southern California non-profit, business, education, management and coalition-building environments at all levels gives them a unique perspective. Because of their visible commitment and involvement in the fields of troubled youth, violence and gang prevention, and the prevention and treatment of substance abuse, the Stouts are widely regarded as countywide leaders in these causes.
The Stouts provide a broad array of consultation services to non-profit and grassroots groups, coalitions, and agencies throughout Orange County. They specialize in all aspects of research including program evaluation as well as program design and grant writing. They are also available for staff or volunteer training and public speaking requests.
“Ever since our early college days”, says Dr. Dallas Stout, “community service has been an important part of our lives and careers. The Orange County non-profit community is unique in that the people and programs are very well connected. We have found that there are always great coalitions and networks doing wonderful collaborative work in the community. At this point we look at our community involvement as a way of staying connected with professional friends & giving back to a community that has given us so much as well as working towards a better tomorrow for everyone. We thoroughly enjoy our community service at the State and County level as well as in our home City”.
The programs that have benefitted from the Stout’s pledge so far are:
All Arts for the Kids Foundation
Boy’s & Girl’s Club of Fullerton
Boy’s & Girl’s Club of Westminster
Children’s Center at Cal State University Fullerton
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Fullerton
Community Service Programs, Inc. (CSP)
Council on Aging – Orange County
Crittenton Services for Children & Families
Disabled American Veterans
Fullerton Academy of the Arts Foundation
Fullerton Family YMCA
Goodwill of Orange County
Leon Owens Foundation
MOMS Club of Fullerton East
Monterey Bay Aquarium
Muckenthaler Cultural Center
National Trust for Historic Preservation
Pathways of Hope
Soroptimist International of Fullerton
Southern Poverty Law Canter
Talk About Abuse to Liberate Kids (TAALK)
Youth Employment Services of the Harbor Area
Veterans of Foreign Wars
Woman’s Club of Fullerton
Woman’s Transitional Living Center
The Stouts note that so far they have donated roughly $14,000.00 towards their goal. They have lived, worked and served in Fullerton for 20 years. Both are on the faculty at California State University Fullerton and the University of the Rockies.
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