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$40,000 in Grant for A Chance to Change Foundation
Foundation: Oklahoma City Community Foundation

A Chance to Change Foundation has received a $40,000 grant from the Oklahoma City community Foundation and its Access to Health Care iFund grant program. The grant will be used for the...more

W.K. Kellogg Foundation: No Lie Can Live Forever
Foundation: Kellogg Foundation

Last August 26, the W.K. Kellogg Foundation assembled a panel of civil rights activists and leaders to pay tribute to the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington. The panel discussed the...more

Five Philanthropic Companies You Should Know About

Leading newsletter on corporate social responsibility, CR magazine recently released its "100 Best Corporate Citizens" list for 2013. In the list, there are the top five companies that are...more

Fremont Bank Foundation Awards $100,000

The Fremont Bank Foundation has awarded grants to Spectrum Community Services with $100,000 to support Spectrum's Seniors Meals Program, which feeds thousands of low-income seniors...more

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Foundation-owned Social Enterprise Serves Poor, Underserved Countries Across the world

Foundation-owned Social Enterprise Serves Poor, Underserved Countries Across the world

Gradian Health Systems, which pioneered the CE-marked Universal Anaesthesia Machine to bring general anaesthesia in underserved communities around the world on patients of any age, is a Limited Liability Corporation (LLC) solely owned by a New York City-based private foundation, the Nick Simons Foundation.

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