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The Minnesota Council on Foundations (MCF) has selected the 2016 Ron McKinley Philanthropy Fellows. Launched as a partnership with the Bush Foundation in 2013, the Ron McKinley Philanthropy Fellowship prepares high-potential individuals from...
An overview of the legal basics facing all grantmakers, plus topics of special interest to corporate grantmakers, such as self-dealing, sponsorships, giving programs and employee matching gift programs. Featuring Gina M.
Description: Our first meeting will focus on trends in corporate philanthropy and will feature a brief presentation from MCF President, Trista Harris, with plenty of time to discuss and share the trends that you are seeing in your
Description: Join us for the second meeting of the Corporate Community Affairs Professionals Network where we’ll focus on evaluation in corporate philanthropy.
Medtronic today announced that it will become a founding donor to the Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture, committing $2 million over five years from Medtronic Philanthropy.
The new museum, the Smithsonian...
Giving in Minnesota is the Minnesota Council on Foundation's definitive report on charitable giving in Minnesota with the latest figures on grantmaking by individual donors, foundations and corporate grantmakers.The most recent issue of
Each year the Minnesota Council on Foundations publishes lists of grantmaker rankings to enable grantmakers, nonprofits and the public to better understand who are the largest funders in the state.
Giving Forum, the MInnesota Council on Foundation's new magazine, debuts in March 2016!
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A foundation is a nonprofit organization that supports charitable activities in order to serve the common good. Foundations are often created with endowments"”money given by individuals, families or corporations.
Most grants awarded by foundations and corporate giving programs can be categorized as one of two types:
Roles of Private Grantmaking Organizations
Welcome to the Senior Community Affairs Professionals (SC
Publications and programs produced by the Minnesota Council on Foundations are sought-after sources that nonprofits, foundations and corporate grantmakers turn to for news, perspectives and research on charitable giving.