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2018 Inspiration Awards™

10th Annual Lasting Legacy &

  Inspiration Awards™

Presented By The Center For Wealth & Legacy™

2018 Lasting Legacy Award Recipient and 

Fireside Chat Guest: Randy Jones

Photo of Randy Jones with his wife Marie by Todd LeVeck – Epic Photojournalism.

This year’s Tony & Alicia Gwynn Lasting Legacy Award™ was awarded to Randy Jones for his philanthropic endeavors. Randy was a Padres pitcher in the 1970s and a Cy Young Award Winner. He now gives back to the community through the Randy Jones Foundation. The Foundation seeks to provide new opportunities and resources for kids to participate in local sporting events, programs, and outdoor activities. 

Through his Foundation, Randy spends time with hundreds of kids at baseball games, fishing trips and golf clinics. Randy says, “I’ve spent a lifetime in the game of baseball; I was given an opportunity to get involved in sports early on in my life. Not all kids are given this opportunity. The Randy Jones Foundation has been established to change that.” Click Here to Read more…

2018 Inspiration Awards™ Top Finalists

He has poured himself into several ministries, foster programs and orphan programs worldwide. His God-given calling is to nurture these children, through the collaborative efforts of many, so they thrive and grow up to become successful adults.

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the Inspiration Award™ Honoree.

During the day, she provides food and nourishment to high school students. In her spare time, Debra helps feed the homeless throughout the county by providing them with home-cooked meals.

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Quietly makes a difference in the lives of hundreds of men, women, and children who are transitioning from homelessness each day.

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2018 Inspiration Awards™ Honorable Mentions

Christy Wilson has spent her life building a legacy in the San Diego community by helping nonprofits at all stages in their lifecycle.

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Cindy works hard on educating the community about autoimmune disorders. She is one of the top volunteers and guides veterans on how to apply for disability and provides unique information to help ease the process.

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Don helps students overcome failures and bad habits. His biggest motivation to prevent drug abuse is his experience with a dear friend who struggled with drugs during his teens.

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Jennifer utilizes her God-given talents to share the stories of servant leaders within the San Diego community.

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She raises funds and drives strategic partnerships to win the battle against Parkinson’s disease.

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Nicole is involved with several organizations including the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) – as a Board of Trustees member and most notably as the 2017 Woman of the Year.

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His main interest with San Diego Social Venture Partners is building resources for investees and expanding awareness resources for SDSVP to stimulate partner growth and more support for area nonprofits and their leaders.

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Peter and Mary Ellen Ferrantelli have been benefactors for Noah Homes in Spring Valley and have helped provide permanent housing and care for developmentally disabled adults, including their son, Michael. 

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They provide transportation – every day – for families all over San Diego County who struggled with cancer-related issues.

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Sharlie has spoken to thousands of people throughout the world both before and after her transplant about the miracle of life. Her story has inspired thousands of people with and without CF to never give up.

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Susan’s goal is to protect, heal and empower women, who are victims of sex trafficking so they can transition to a more purposeful and fulfilled life.

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Offers scholarships to Oklahoma high school graduates interested in science, technology, engineering or math so they can attend college and help realize their own potential.

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Tony’s work at STEP impacts the lives of active duty and veteran families who are under financial stress and need help navigating the high cost of Southern California living.

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