Corporate Foundations & Giving Programs

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Corporate foundations are funded as separate legal entities, but corporate giving programs are under the full control of the company. Learn more.

If your company has a foundation or giving program, you'll find a wealth of information here to help you design, responsibly and legally manage, and increase the effectiveness of your philanthropy, social responsibility programs and community involvement.

Read about the benefits MCF offers its corporate members (PDF). And view our Member Roster to see our current corporate members.

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Maria Salas, director of member services

Need assistance with general questions about corporate grantmaking? Maria can help you find answers and connect you with members. Contact Maria.

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