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Kresge Foundation | April 28, 2020
Kresge Foundation and other funders have stepped up to help nonprofits that struggled to access Payroll Protection Program loans the first time around. The Troy-based foundation made a $2 million program-related investment in Community Resource Fund, a nonprofit community development financial institution, to exclusively fund U.S. Small Business Administration-backed PPP loans to nonprofits and is supporting technical assistance to help them apply. Loans funded with Kresge's investment were ...
The Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine | September 21, 2021
FORTUNE and digital artist pplpleasr have announced the FORTUNE Journalism PleasrFund, a decentralized donor-advised fund run entirely on the Ethereum blockchain, through Endaoment. The PleasrFund is dedicated to advancing independent investigative journalism and programs that foster interest in sound reporting and journalistic integrity.
The fund was initially seeded by a contribution of 209.19 ETH after fees, approximately $660,000 when the contribution was made, representing ha...
Williamsport Sun-Gazette | February 01, 2020
Over $1.5 million in grants were awarded to 79 nonprofit organizations Friday by the First Community Foundation Partnership of Pennsylvania at this year’s “Flannel and Frost” winter grant reception. The grants represented the final awards for 2019 and some for the current year. Flannel wear was in abundance as those attending sampled hot chocolate, which had been prepared by area businesses with their own signature twists. The business whose hot chocolate was voted the best by ...
timeswv | March 16, 2020
When Rae Dyer meets another military veteran, there is an instant connection. While the connections with other military veterans are good, she said there has not always been the opportunity for veterans to meet casually in Marion County. “For me, it’s like built-in friends, people automatically get you,” Dyer said. “You all know how to behave together and it’s camaraderie that you can’t explain.” For the last few years, Dyer has been able to get together...
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