The Central Minnesota Community Foundation is one of over 600 community foundations that exist in the country today. Established in November 1985, the Community Foundation is a public foundation that attracts and administers charitable funds for the benefit of the residents of central Minnesota. The Foundation hosts two affiliate foundations, one in Brainerd and one in Willmar. Both communities affiliated with CMCF in 1998 in order to begin community foundations in their areas. Each has their own Board of Directors and a representative position on the CMCF Board of Directors.
The Brainerd Lakes Area Community Foundation, in affiliation with CommunityGiving, is a public charity attracting and administering charitable funds for the benefit of the local community. Since...more
BLACF also supports several performing arts organizations enhancing the quality of life and attractiveness to potential workers, the release stated. These include: Lakes Area Music Festival, Legacy...more
This year the Bernick Family Foundation, a component fund of the Central Minnesota Community Foundation, received 89 applications requesting over $2,475,000 in funding for projects throughout their...more
Key donations came from the Joseph R. Parker Foundation, Rotary Clubs (including Rotaract) of St. Cloud, Karel and Michael Helgeson Family Fund and Don Helgeson and Sue A Shepard Fund of the Central...more
In this 2014 file photo St. Cloud-area residents and charity members talk about local responses to Ebola at the Central Minnesota Community Foundation. (Photo: Kimm Anderson, kanderson@stcloud)Buy...more
(Please know Times Media is a sponsor of Community Pillars along with CentraCare Health Foundation, Central Minnesota Community Foundation, GSDC, Initiative Foundation, Morgan Family Foundation, St....more
... community better is a common vision that encourages collaboration and excites the larger community about what Greater St. Cloud can be." Times Media, along with CentraCare Health Foundation,...more
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Bridges Self-Management Limited is now officially launched as a social enterprise. The organization used to be a program that empowers and rehabilitates stroke survivors.