Bradley, along with award recipients in the areas of philanthropy and volunteerism, will receive her award at a National Philanthropy Day luncheon in Santa Barbara on November 15th.
Bradley, who joined Cate in 1998, oversees the School’s Office of Advancement. Managing a staff of 10, Bradley is responsible for administering the annual endowment and capital funds, raising $5-$10 million annually. In 2007, Cate launched a $65 million capital campaign, coinciding with the School’s Centennial. That campaign, which closes in December, recently exceeded its goal in support of endowment, capital projects, operational support and sustainability efforts.
“The success of the Centennial Campaign is a result of the exceptional volunteer efforts and the extraordinary generosity of the Cate community of trustees, parents, alumni and friends,” said Bradley. “It has been tremendously rewarding to be part of a school community that works tirelessly to support the work of its talented students and teachers.”
The National Philanthropy Day luncheon is an annual event held in local communities across the nation each November to honor the spirit of philanthropy and volunteerism. First held locally in 1987, National Philanthropy Day recognizes the great contributions of philanthropy – and those people active in the philanthropic community who have enriched our world. It also provides an opportunity to reflect on the meaning of giving and all that it has made possible.