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Kicking off a season of good cheer for schools and nonprofits across the Twin Cities, the Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi (RKMC) Foundation for Children today announced 14 grants totaling $1,345,000.
The grants will support schools,...
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Today, the Women’s Foundation of Minnesota announced the promotion of two staff to its Executive Team. Saanii Hernandez has been named Vice President and Mary Beth Hanson has been named Vice President of External Relations.
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Description: Join your Mission Investing Network colleagues for an exploration of how loans, loan guarantees and equity investments are being used by Minnesota foundations alongside traditional grants.
Exploring the MCF website, you will see the term philanthropy used frequently. But what does philanthropy mean?
It’s not a new story: expectations that by 2020, 74 percent of all Minnesota jobs will require postsecondary education; statistics show the state isn’t on track to meet the demand and Minnesota leads the nation with dismal education and...
Covering the fiduciary duties of board members, plus issues related to immunity for volunteers, indemnification, insurance, and new key developments in the law. Presented by Gina Kastel of Faegre Baker Daniels.
Go in depth on what is and isn't permissible when foundations get involved in public policy, with many concrete scenarios as examples to help you better understand the issues. Presented by Hazen Graves of Faegre Baker Daniels.
When do you need a grant agreement? Always. Hazen Graves of Faegre Baker Daniels covers how to get value from your grant agreements, the bare essentials you'll always need, when those won't be enough, and important terms to know.
What to know about awarding scholarships and prizes, plus poverty and disaster relief and other employee assistance. Presented by Gina Kastel of Faegre Baker Daniels.
Get an overview on what PRIs are, then look at new proposed regulations that clarify what does and does not qualify as a PRI. Presented by Claire Topp of Dorsey & Whitney LLP.
See what exactly qualifies as self-dealing, who the disqualified persons at your foundation are, and traps for the unwary to avoid. Presented by Claire Topp of Dorsey & Whitney LLP.