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The Diabetes Research Institute Foundation and Isabella Garrucho Fine Art Debut: The Art of a Cure at the 13th Annual Dreams in the City

The Diabetes Research Institute Foundation and Isabella Garrucho Fine Art Debut: The Art of a Cure at the 13th Annual Dreams in the City
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About The Diabetes Research Institute Foundation:

The Diabetes Research Institute Foundation (DRIF) is the organization of choice for those who are serious, passionate, and committed to curing diabetes. Its mission – to provide the Diabetes Research Institute with the funding necessary to cure diabetes now – is a testament to the belief that tomorrow is not soon enough to cure those living with diabetes.

The DRI Foundation is recognized as one of the world’s most respected diabetes organizations. Garnering the attention of influential people who are personally affected by diabetes, the Foundation has grown into an international coalition of business leaders, celebrities, scientists, clinicians, families and other concerned individuals who have elevated the importance of cure-focused research and provided meaningful support for the DRI’s multidisciplinary research program. This funding is provided through individual and corporate donations, special events, sponsorships, cause marketing relationships, and planned giving, which allows donors to provide a gift in the form of a will, trust, or other deferred giving vehicle.

A 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation supported by private philanthropy, the DRIF ensures the jumpstarting of new ideas and the continuation of innovative research projects that remain cure-focused and will ultimately benefit those with diabetes. The Diabetes Research Institute Foundation now partners with Isabella Garrucho Fine Art in an ongoing fundraiser which uses fine art sales to benefit the DRIF’s mission. Founded through Isabella Garrucho’s “Arts for Fundraisers” program, this collaboration creates a meaningful and easy means of donating to the Diabetes Research Institute Foundation.

 

“Arts for Fundraisers” – Isabella Garrucho Fine Art and the DRI Foundation:

In today’s financial climate, raising funds for a non-profit organization is far more challenging than in previous years. An ideal fundraising program necessitates not only an outstanding event that engages donors and guests, but also must be a sustainable program that produces new and consistent income streams which can be realized long after a successful event. When headed by a dependable and successful art enterprise, the display and sale of fine art is an effective strategy to help organizations meet and exceed revenue goals, as the business can draw from unique and untapped sources.

Passionate about using art for good, Isabella Garrucho Fine Art developed their “Arts for Fundraisers” program with the purpose of offering a variety of unique and creative fundraising solutions that can be integrated seamlessly into any existing event or organization. In this program, the gallery works personally with fundraisers to assemble a customized selection of art that reflects the philosophy and vision of the foundation, as well as address the sensibilities of the prospective donors. The art incorporated into an event gives prospective donors something tangible for their donation, something which will increase in value over time. Isabella Garrucho Fine Art now expands their Arts for Fundraiser program to include the Diabetes Research Institute Foundation, opening an exciting new way to incite donations to the foundation.

 

What This Partnership Means for Donors:

Harnessing the idea that everyone buys art, the partnership of the Diabetes Research Foundation and Isabella Garrucho Fine Art creates ongoing donation opportunities that appeal to a wide range of potential donors. Thanks to this partnership, individuals and corporations can easily turn art purchases that they would already be making into meaningful, tax-deductible donations to a foundation dedicated to improving the lives of those affected by diabetes.Simply by requesting that their purchase from Isabella Garrucho Fine Art be made in the DRI Foundation’s name, 20% of the proceeds of their purchase will go to the DRIF as personal contribution from the buyer. Whether buyers are shopping for a private home or a private office, for a boardroom or a personal yacht, this partnership transforms art purchases into a especially treasured, long-lasting, and increasingly valuable reminders of donations made to one of the world’s most respected diabetes organizations.

 

About Isabella Garrucho Fine Art Isabella Garrucho Fine Art:

One of the Tri State area’s prominent art galleries, is passionate about building lasting relationships. Gallery owner, Isabella Garrucho, is a veteran art dealer and recognized as an expert in her field. Isabella has more than 25 years of experience in selecting, assembling, and managing fine art collections of the most discerningprivate collectors and Fortune 500 companies. She has also worked with foreign governments in a myriad of cultural exchange programs, demonstrating an unrivaled experience in the art world that is particularly suited to the culture of nonprofits and foundations.

Alex Trimper, Isabella’s son and the business’ co-owner, brings to the business over 25 years of experience in sales, investment, and now 10 years of experience in the art industry. Mr. Trimper has worked as a National Sales Director for Connex International, accumulating a strong foundation in financial networking and business management. For 3 years, Trimper crafted business strategies while supervising the next generation of the company’s sales force. As a Marketing and Business Development Consultant for AGBC, he pioneered new strategies and promotional industry events in fashion and beauty merchandising and perfected his skills in commercial and sales expansion. Mr. Trimper has now dedicated himself, and his extensive sales and investment talents, into the family run art business.

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