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Enjoy a cozy fireside chat while we reflect on the year’s accomplishments, elect new board members and directors and look ahead to 2016 at MCF’s Annual Meeting of Members on January 13, 2016.
The Minnesota Council on Foundations is a vibrant community of diverse grantmakers who individually and collectively advance the
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Skills & Knowledge
Join us for the Eighth Annual MCF Member Celebration and share a summer afternoon of great food and wonderful conversation! Catch up with fellow members and meet new friends! We’re celebrating you – our members!
MCF members represent a variety of diverse funders with varied funding interests.
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Step 1: Research
Although originally published in the Spring 1999 issue of Giving Forum, this article written by Joel Hoekstra offers evergreen insight about site visits from a grantmaker's perspective, as well as tips on how to make the best use of this valua
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.
The Minnesota Common Grant Application Form is designed to help make the grantseeking process simpler and more efficient for nonprofits.
The Minnesota Common Report Form provides a standardized format for a nonprofit grantee to use in reporting to different grantmakers about work it has accomplished
Fellows are employed by the Minnesota Council on Foundations and placed at participating foundations for three years.