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Exploring the MCF website, you will see the term philanthropy used frequently. But what does philanthropy mean?
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.
Today Trista Harris, president of the Minnesota Council on Foundations (MCF), was named to The Chronicle of Philanthropy’s first-ever...
GHR Foundation applies entrepreneurial creativity and universal catholic values to foster hope and opportunity where it is needed most.
Started in 1965 by Opus founders Gerald A. and Henrietta Rauenhorst, the Foundation seeks transformational change in...
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