Category Archives: Philanthropy

A lovely dinner party using the napkin holders sent by a dear friend in South Africa – aren’t they great?

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I love entertaining. And especially love ‘dressing my table’ . Here is  a recent table at The Little Farm set for 12. It was a fundraising dinner for a summer camp that our eldest grandson attended. He LOVED it and … Continue reading

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Segil Urban Farm Fellow Endowment – for future generations

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We are so proud to have endowed an annual fellowship for an Urban Farm Fellow at the Shalom Institute and Camp in Malibu Hills. This fellowship will enable a young adult to spend the summer at the camp becoming expert in … Continue reading

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Our quarterly meeting of Larraine Segil Scholars Group in Los Angeles – amazing women!

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Check out our website: www.larrainesegilscholars.com  to find out more about these amazing women – from 15-55 years of age, in law, medicine, business, technology, biotech, healthcare, services, digital media, financial services, and two in high school – every time  I connect … Continue reading

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Mentoring young people – my joy in life

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Nothing gives me more pleasure than mentoring young people. I do it for my Larraine Segil Scholars,  now numbering 13 around the world – here the site is that features each of them – with video interviews of most too! … Continue reading

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Home Depot is the place where we should spend our money – and this is why

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An amazing video of the founder of Home Depot.  I will be spending all of our farm purchase money there from now on. Truly meaningful And who knew?

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So wonderful to give back – here is our Larraine Segil Scholars Family Holiday Party – parents, children and siblings of many of our 13 scholars joined us

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We are so blessed to have these outstanding young women in our lives – and here they joined together for a holiday party at The Little Farm – it was such fun! Our son James and daughter in law Donne … Continue reading

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Saying hello to a new rescue dog – Goldie – an American Staffordshire Terrier/Pointer mix – so grateful to be free of a kennel in which she spent her entire 6 years….free at last!

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We are so excited to have a new member of the family – we found her in a crate ( too small for her) at Pet Smart a few Sundays ago – and a more grateful intelligent dog we have … Continue reading

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The Larraine Segil Scholars – LSS – my passion to mentor and support the next generation of women leaders

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As some of you may know, some years ago I set up endowment funds – and am so proud of the young women who are benefiting from them. They call themselves the Larraine Segil Scholars. We will be creating a dedicated … Continue reading

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A recent board retreat at our Little Farm – of course all board members left with goody bags!

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Recently we held a board retreat at our Little Farm for a board on which I serve. It was productive and fun too! I made sure that all board members left with goody bags filled with cheese, jams, papaya and … Continue reading

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Philanthropy Texas Style – The Ann Richards High School in Austin and The Committee of 200 Women CEO’s group

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A few weeks ago I was privileged to join fellow women CEO’s from our group The Committee of 200 ( I was past Chair of the C200 Foundation and Past Vice Chair of the Governing Board) at Intel in Austin … Continue reading

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