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Local Registered Nurse Honored with Prestigious Leadership Award

“Bryce always finds a way to make people smile. He nurtures – like a big brother to many of his peers. He is their greatest team player’ A local registered nurse who “always finds a way to make people smile” is the recipient of the 2022 Leslie Burt-Manary Leadership Award. …

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Arnold Fields Community Endowment Wins State-Level Award

On April 21, the Arnold Fields Community Endowment in Hampton County was selected to receive the statewide “Preserving Our Places in History” award for a group/organization. The award is sponsored by the WeGOJA Foundation and was presented at the WeGOJA Foundation’s 2022 Annual Cultural and Historical Preservation Conference at the …

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Florida A&M University receives $1.2 million endowment

FLorida A&M University continues its efforts to make higher education equitable and accessible, and through a generous donation, HBCU will be able to have a broader impact. The establishment has has received an endowment of $1.2 million from philanthropists Franc and Laura Boulanger. The donation will be used to create …

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NPOs should focus risk assessment on expenses

NPOs should focus risk assessment on expenses Too often, the review of strategic financial policy consists of reviewing only investment allocations without reviewing expenditure policy. Therefore, reviews do not take into account the dependence of an educational institution’s operating budget or expenditures on endowment. This is a mistake, as expenses …

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RCCC announces $375,000 in endowment donations and 13 new scholarships – Salisbury Post

SALISBURY — Rowan-Cabarrus Community College on Monday announced a series of new scholarships funded by endowment contributions. The Rowan-Cabarrus Foundation has added 13 new scholarships starting with $375,000 in contributions. Ten of the scholarships were named through a donor event in April. Eight of the scholarships are funded by contributions …

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What is a Latter-day Saint temple? | Kiowa County Press

The Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints along the Capital Beltway in Kensington, Maryland. Carol M. Highsmith/Buyenlarge/Getty Images Taylor Petrey, Kalamazoo College The temples of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, often referred to as the Mormon Church, have long been a site of …

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Philly close to deal to move history museum to Drexel

Drexel University’s Derek Gillman, who previously headed the Barnes Foundation and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA), said a letter of intent had been drafted with PAFA to store the collection in the Hamilton Building at the University. Academy on North Broad Street. Not only will the collection …

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Community Foundation renews the notoriety of the Marion County fund | Local News

HANNIBAL, Mo. — The Marion County Endowment Fund has had a significant impact in the area since its inception in 2014, but its board plans to “jump start” efforts to support area nonprofits. The council held an event for local organizations on Thursday at the Hannibal Arts Council as part …

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Wendler, Rasberry the history of higher education philanthropy

(Editor’s note: first in a series on philanthropy in higher education.) Donations in higher education are surpassed only by giving to faith-based organizations in our country. Americans donated $471.44 billion to charitable causes in 2020. Religious donations topped the list with 28% of total donations ($131.08 billion), followed by education …

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The “JUST US” project explores empathy through community tissue paper quilts

Friday, April 22, 2022 Local youth will explore the concept of empathy by creating community fabric quilts. The project is part of this year’s “JUST US”, a program that uses art to help students express their feelings. JUST US is a partnership between UNCW, local schools and after-school programs. Led …

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Williams College removes student loans and work-study from its financial aid

Placeholder while loading article actions Williams College, a small private institution northwest liberal arts school Massachusetts, plans to eliminate loans and work-study programs from its financial aid programs and replace those funds with grants — an example of a college responding to growing public pressure to make higher education more …

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Museum seeks to join downtown revitalization efforts New landscaping would connect grounds to Turnbow Park

Shiloh Museum Showroom size: 4,500 square feet Hallway space used for exhibits: 200 square feet, 200 linear feet Number of visitors: 5,000 on average per year from 2017 to 2019 Number of visitors 2020: 1,300; 2021, approximately 3,000 Number of visitors expected this year: 6.00 to 7.000 Number of visitors …

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St John’s stability thanks to benefactor – The Gisborne Herald

Published on April 16, 2022 at 11:52 ADDITIONAL FUNDING: The Gisborne branch in St John will benefit from a new endowment fund established through the Sunrise Foundation and launched with an anonymous donation. Left to right, Shane Clapperton (St John Area Operations Manager), Glenda Stokes (Sunrise General Manager), Janine McDiarmid …

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Russia closes offices of Amnesty International and HRW – JURIST

Russia’s Justice Ministry on Friday canceled the registration of Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch (HRW) and 13 other international organizations citing “the discovery of violations of the current legislation of the Russian Federation. The Ministry announced its decision to deregister the Moscow offices of organizations such as the Carnegie Endowment …

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Moscow closes Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch offices in Russia

The Russian Ministry of Justice has announced that it has revoked the registration of 15 representative offices of international organizations and foreign NGOs, including Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch and the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. According to a statement from the ministry, the groups “were expelled after being found …

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RI turns to tax endowment, property of colleges and universities

PROVIDENCE — Lawmakers are once again trying to push private colleges and universities in Rhode Island to pay taxes to their host communities. But schools say no to legislation that would force their hand. On Thursday, Rep. David Morales and Sen. Tiara Mack, both D-Providence, held a press conference alongside …

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Green Tent affirms the importance of endowment banks and their social and cultural dimensions

The first symposium of the activities of the Green Tent of the program “A flower in every spring” affirmed the importance of endowment banks and their social, cultural and health dimensions and the role of endowments in the Islamic civilization throughout its history , as well as the projects she …

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Honors College Hosts ‘ZTF3: Honors Unmasked’ – Third Annual ‘Zoom to the Finish’ Event to Benefit Scholarship Fund – [email protected]

Honors College Dean John Corvino is back to host the third annual Zoom to Finish to raise money for the college’s Finish Line Fund, which awards scholarships to eligible seniors. The Irvin D. Reid Honors College at Wayne State University celebrates its students, faculty, staff, and alumni at ZTF3: Honors …

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New bill improves health disparities research by HBCUs

LOS ANGELES — It was obvious to Lesly Torres Gonzalez, even at a young age, that disparities existed in the healthcare system. As a child, his English was much better than that of his mother, who had immigrated from Mexico to California. Gonzalez’s mother relied on her to translate at …

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Craig High students show support for former teacher, local cancer patients with $5,000 donation | Education

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Heidi Schave discusses fundraising for the arts

Heidi Schave is a museum director at Alameda, California and a contributor to arts and entertainment publications. In the article below, Heidi Schave discusses the current state of arts funding in the United States. As schools continue to cut funding for the arts, many fear that the arts, in general, …

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Lisa Anne Lockhart Obituary – Austin American-Statesman

Lisa-Anne Lockhart Lisa Anne Lockhart, born October 4, 1949, a gentle soul and enthusiastic Longhorn fan, passed away peacefully on October 29, 2021. Lisa was in the company and comfort of close friends. She was surrounded by fresh flowers, books and messages that brought her so much joy. Born to …

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Long Island parishioners rally to save nearly 100-year-old church from closing – NBC New York

Parishioners are trying to save a Nassau County church from permanent closure this Sunday. St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, Carle Place, is a Tudor-style structure built in 1926 on Rushmore Avenue. The church is one of three parishes designated for closure by the Episcopalian Diocese of Long Island. The reason? Low …

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OKC’s Northeast Willa D. Johnson Recreation Center Could Open This Fall

From dance lessons as a child to playing cards with adult friends, Willa Johnson has fond memories under the roof of the recently demolished Douglass Community Center. Today, a new recreation center named for the longtime public servant nears completion in Douglass Park, which runs from NE 10 to NE …

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Press release | Press releases | Writing

21.03.22 WASHINGTON – US Senator Bill Cassidy, MD (R-LA) released a statement following President Joe Biden’s signing of the law to revitalize the research funds of the bipartisan John Lewis National Institute for Human Health. Minorities and Health Disparities (NIMHD). The law will invest in universities conducting critical research on …

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Two of 15 traditional Warm Springs artists awarded $5,000 to create new work

SALEM, Ore. (KTVZ) – Fifteen Oregon traditional artists will each receive $5,000 to create new work through the Traditional Arts Recovery Program, a partnership between the Oregon Arts Commission and the Oregon Folklife Network. The program was made possible with funds from the National Endowment for the Arts American Rescue …

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Ministry launches major endowment revenue project

Minister of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs HE Ghanem bin Shaheen Al Ghanem; Minister of Islamic Affairs, Culture and Endowments of Djibouti HE Moamen Hassan Berri; and other officials at the opening ceremony of the ‘Ablan’ endowment project at Bin Mahmoud, Doha, yesterday. CIP: Abdul Basit Doha: Minister of Awqaf and …

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Nigeria will have to dig deep to overcome entrenched patterns of poverty

India has just overtaken Nigeria as the country with the highest number of people living in extreme poverty. It is estimated that nearly half of Nigeria’s population of around 200 million lives below the threshold of US$1.90 (792 naira) per day. Nigeria has about 14% of the world’s poor. The …

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Applicants under 45 will receive Rs 10 lakh

The JN Tata Endowment awards a one-time loan scholarship to Indians at the start of an academic year for full-time postdoctoral/doctoral/postdoctoral/research study abroad in any field irrespective of caste, creed , sex or community. JN Tata Endowment Loan Scholarship Prizes and Awards The amount of the loan grant is determined …

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Abayo to Study Africa’s Role in Global Affairs with Carnegie Fellowship | Nebraska today

Aline Abayo, from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, obtained a full-time research internship at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Washington, CC Abayo is a senior graduate in integrated sciences, with a concentration in agricultural economics, from Kigali, Rwanda. She is a member of the University Honors Program and the …

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Divest, Bates – The Bates Student

At the heart of the Bates culture is our commitment to sustainability. We are one of seven schools nationally for becoming carbon neutral, we are ranked #1 fifth greenest college by the Princeton Review and our vision of sustainability ambitiously stated that “environmentally friendly behavior must now be an imperative …

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Scholars continue the legacy of late MBA students – The Oxford Eagle

OXFORD, Mississippi — Zach McClendon had just completed his first semester as an MBA student at the University of Mississippi in the fall of 2013 when he was killed in a robbery at his home. In 2016, the university’s MBA Board of Trustees worked with the UM Foundation to create …

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Tuition-free college movement gains momentum, despite Biden’s stalled plan

College Promise programs, as tuition-free initiatives are commonly referred to, enjoy broad support across the political spectrum. Forty-seven states and DC have at least one such program at the college, city, or state level. There are 33 statewide programs that cover tuition at community colleges or universities and higher education, …

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Lubbock Christian University Receives $400,000 Anonymous Donation

Lubbock Christian University received an anonymous donation of $400,000 from a donor in Artesia, New Mexico. The donation will be used to provide scholarships for students pursuing a graduate degree in accounting from the LCU School of Business. This new gift builds on a previous gift given in 2018, bringing …

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Amid broader restructuring, Yale begins search for new dean of public health

Yale Daily News The search for the first dean of an independent Yale School of Public Health is ongoing. In a Monday email to faculty, university president Peter Salovey unveiled the committee members who will help him select Dean Sten Vermund’s successor, who will lead the school as she enters …

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KU junior will compete for the Beinecke Scholarship

LAWRENCE — The University of Kansas has nominated a junior for the Beinecke Fellowship Program. Each year, the Beinecke Scholarship offers 20 scholarships to undergraduate students who intend to pursue a research-oriented master’s or doctoral program in the arts, humanities or social sciences. Selected students receive $30,000 to use for …

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Reading the White House Virtual Celebration of Afro-Latino Heritage

Yesterday, as part of Black History Month programming, the White House hosted a virtual celebration of Afro-Latino heritage, where administration officials highlighted how President Biden prioritized the equity and diversity in its administration. The program included two panels and remarks from Ambassador to Spain Julissa Reynoso, Senior Advisor to the …

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Yale invests in future leaders in medicine, nursing and public health

Yale University announced Thursday that it will create an endowment fund totaling $250 million to support the development of future leaders in medicine, nursing and public health. Over the next five years, Yale will provide a total of $150 million in endowment to match endowment funds that will be raised …

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Business News | Stock and Equity Market News | Financial news

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Board committees vote to rename building and expand endowment fund

Two committees of Pitt’s board — the advancement committee and the budget committee — voted on new actions last week. The Institutional Advancement Committee voted last Thursday to approve a building name change on the Bradford branch campus. The building, formerly known as the Engineering and Information Technology Building, will …

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How America’s Wealthiest Colleges Get Richer Faster Than Schools With Small Endowments

Harvard has the largest endowment in America with $53 billion at the end of fiscal year 2021. Getty The booming stock market in late 2020 and early 2021 produced a bumper year for college endowments of all sizes, but just like the rest of America, the gap between rich and …

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Shaw family donates $35 million to Glenbow to permanently fund free admission and artistic endowment

Breadcrumb Links Local News Publication date : February 17, 2022 • 33 minutes ago • 3 minute read • Join the conversation The Glenbow Museum has received a large donation from the Shaw family which will allow free admission in perpetuity. Azin Ghaffari/Postmedia Photo by Azin Ghaffari /Azin Ghaffari/Postmedia Content …

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Rs 5 Billion Digital Skills Development Program Gets Green Light From KP Cabinet – Pakistan

PESHAWAR: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Cabinet on Tuesday approved a Rs 5 billion digital skills development program for 100,000 young people. The cabinet met here with Chief Minister Mahmood Khan in the chair and the ministers and administrative secretaries present. Government spokesman, lawyer Mohammad Ali Saif, told reporters that the digital skills …

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Cape Cod Community College nursing supported by $500,000 donation from Wilkens

Lead donor Maureen Wilkens made another donation to the Cape Cod Community College Educational Foundation – this time half a million dollars to create an endowment fund for teachers in the nursing program. The $500,000 will provide stipends to nursing faculty members to further their professional development or conduct research …

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City Life Org – Metropolitan Museum of Art receives National Endowment for the Humanities grant to pursue new biomolecule analysis demonstrated on chia oil in Mexican lacquerware and paintings

Tray (Batea) with Turnus Provoked to War by Aeneas, ca. 1764, Jose Manuel de la Cerda. Wood, painted lacquer, gold (detail). The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Purchase, Joseph Pulitzer Fund and Sansbury-Mills Fund, 2020. The Marriage of the Virgin, California. 1690, Jose Sanchez. Oil on canvas. The Metropolitan Museum of …

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‘Lyrical & Percussive’ slated for Feb. 19; Kartal is a soloist

Music Director Dan Allcott conducts the Oak Ridge Symphony Orchestra in “Lyrical & Percussive” at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, February 19 at First United Methodist Church. Principal cellist Theodore Kartal will be the featured soloist, performing Ernst Bloch’s ‘Prayer’ from Jewish Life. The program, slightly modified from the original advertisement, also …

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The GreenFin Interview: A Conversation About Harvard’s Endowment

Reprinted from GreenFin Weekly, a free newsletter. Subscribe here. While the past few years have been business as usual for higher education institutions, fiscal year 2021 saw median endowment return to 36.8% – an exceptional year, at least by the narrow measure of return on investment. For a sense of …

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Deborah Burns Launches Online “Financial Freedom Education Series”

FAIRFIELD, Conn. – Deborah Pratt Burns, longtime resident, recognized personal finance expert, and sought-after business and brand strategist, launches her series of free online events “2022 Literacy to Legacy Mentors® Financial Freedom Education” this Wednesday, February 9 at 5:30 p.m. EST. In an entertaining and informative half-hour Q&A interview format, …

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North Korea: “Kim doesn’t just want more missiles, he wants better ones”

Last month, North Korea fired a ballistic missile capable of striking the US territory of Guam, the latest in a record series of tests that demonstrated the relentless progress of the country’s illicit nuclear weapons program. But of all the missile systems tested in recent weeks, it is the development …

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Association of Lunar and Planetary Observers Appoints Five Members to New Endowment Fund Board

John Bedsole, CPA, Business Valuation Analyst, and Tax Practitioner with Kalifeh Bedsole Adams in Mobile, AL. Mr. Bedsole received his BS in Commerce and Business Administration in 2002 and an MA in Economics in 2003 from the University of Alabama; and, a master’s degree in accounting in 2006 from the …

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Fashion Show Celebrates 10th Year of Celebrating All Forms | News, Sports, Jobs

YOUNGSTOWN — The fashion merchandising class at Youngstown State University is preparing to head indoors for 2022 for its EveryBODY ​​fashion show. It’s the 10th anniversary of the nonprofit event aimed at raising awareness for eating disorders, said Jennifer Frank, who teaches fashion merchandising at YSU. She said the first …

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University of San Francisco receives $17 million scholarship from Sobrato family

The Sobrato Scholars Endowment Fund marks the largest donation in USF history, funding four-year scholarships for undergraduate students at Cristo Rey High Schools in the Bay Area. SAN FRANCISCO, January 28, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Three generations of the Sobrato family have committed $17 million to the University of San Francisco …

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Gates Foundation adds board members after billionaires divorce

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has named four new members to its board, adding foreigners to the board for the first time in the charity’s history following the divorce of co-founders Bill Gates and Melinda French Gates. The changes are part of efforts to add more governance and independence …

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Former Pleasanton Town Manager Fialho Assumes CEO Role With New Nonprofit | News

Former Pleasanton Town Manager and longtime community leader Nelson Fialho is taking over as interim CEO of the newly formed Three Valleys Community Foundation (3VCF), nonprofit officials announced on Monday. lucrative. Fialho, who retired from public office in November after serving in city government for 25 years, will lead and …

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Sculpture to be installed at Greensboro Science Center | News

It took Hess seven months to design and 11 months to fabricate the stainless steel sculpture, according to the release. According to a February 2020 article about the sculpture, the $225,000 to fund the project consists of $75,000 from the Public Art Endowment and $150,000 raised by the Community Foundation, …

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Film screening: “Fleeing” | Asian society

Program 3:00 p.m. Film screening4:30 p.m. Pre-recorded conversation with the director Health and security Additional policies and procedures are in place to ensure the health and safety of our community. Please review our health and safety guidelines to prepare for your visit. Learn more The breakthrough animated documentary To flee …

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Virginia Film Festival receives $20,000 grant from National Endowment For The Arts

The Virginia Film Festival has been approved for an award of $20,000 Arts Project Grants from the National Endowment for the Arts to support the 2022 Virginia Film Festival. The VAFF is among 1,248 projects across America totaling 28,840 $000 who were selected to receive this first funding of fiscal …

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2021 Endowment Index® Performance Update

APPLETON, Wis., January 18, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Endowment Index® calculated by Nasdaq OMX® (symbol: ENDOW) closed at 1,738.95 at the end of 2021. The index gained 14.59% in 2021 (based on the return total), which compares to a Global 60-40 portfolio which grew by 9.54% for the same period. …

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The Springfield Art Museum receives $25,000 from the National Endowment for the Arts

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) — The National Endowment for the Arts has awarded $33 million in grants, and the Springfield Art Museum is one of the organizations that received funds. The Springfield Art Museum has received $25,000 to present a new interactive exhibit for the community to enjoy. It is one …

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Women’s Leadership Endowment Created by Hendrix Alumni | News

A new Women’s Leadership Endowment (WLE) has been created to provide resources to bring together female Hendrix College students and Hendrix College alumni to create a network that offers leadership development programs, career counselling, mentorship and internships. The WLE will create a community of support by connecting people through personal …

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IIT Delhi alumnus pledges 11 crore rupees to endowment fund

IIT Delhi alumnus contributed 11 crore to his endowment fund New Delhi: IIT Delhi alumnus Mohit Mittal has pledged Rs 11 crore to the institute’s endowment fund. He had received a BTech degree in Computer Science and Engineering in 2000 from IIT Delhi. Mr. Mittal has already paid Rs 2.5 …

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NW, Notre Dame, U Chicago plans to cut student financial aid – NBC Chicago

An elite university “cartel” that includes Northwestern, the University of Chicago and Notre Dame has conspired to restrict financial aid to needy students, a class action lawsuit filed in federal court in Chicago. The three Chicago-area schools were sued alongside colleges such as MIT, Duke, and Yale as part of …

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10 oil and gas stocks to buy according to Phill Gross’s Adage Capital

In this article, we discuss the 10 oil and gas stocks to buy according to Phill Gross’s Adage Capital. If you want to skip our detailed analysis of the history, investment philosophy and performance of Gross hedge funds, go straight to the page 5 oil and gas stocks to buy …

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CFSEA secures new partnership with Cypress County Community Fund formation

On December 9, the Community Foundation of Southeastern Alberta (CFSEA) announced the creation of the Cypress County Community Fund. This fund represents the full representation of Southeastern Alberta for CFSEA, as the Cypess County Community Fund joins the Prairie Crocus Community Fund in Special Zones and the MD of Acadia, …

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People Post: Staff and Board Changes in the Health Philanthropy World; Policy Director Job Posting

Bob Atkins, Acting Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences-Camden, Rutgers-Camden University, has joined the Rippel Foundation board of directors in July 2021. He is the former director of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF’s) New Jersey Health Initiatives program. Read a 2018 Health Affairs Forefront article, GrantWatch section, …

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Obituary of William McCutcheon (1936 – 2021) – Morgantown, West Virginia

Obituary of Dr William R. McCutcheonDr William R. (Bill) McCutcheon, 84, died on Tuesday, December 7, 2021 in Morgantown, WV, after a period of deteriorating health. Bill was born December 28, 1936 in Beckley, WV, son of Mabel W. and William M. McCutcheon.Bill was a passionate learner throughout his life. …

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William McCutcheon – Dominion Post

Dr William R. “Bill” McCutcheon, 84, died Tuesday, December 7, 2021 in Morgantown, after a period of ill health. Bill was born December 28, 1936 to Beckley, son of Mabel W. and William M. McCutcheon. Bill was a passionate learner throughout his life. After graduating from Woodrow Wilson High School …

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Social media key to rising youth violence, experts warn

Social media has been singled out as a key issue amid rising teen violence in the capital. Experts say disagreements are exacerbated when broadcast online, and the amount of violent content has helped normalize the aggression. It comes as the fatal stabbing of a 15-year-old boy in Croydon, south London …

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Soon Bill Releases State Temples From Government Control, Says Karnataka CM Bommai | Latest India News

Karnataka’s Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai said on Wednesday that the government plans to introduce a new bill to free the state’s Hindu temples and religious institutions from government control. He announced it during the BJP state executive meeting in Hubli. {{^ userSubscribe}} {{/ userSubscribe}} “Hindu temples are subject to different …

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CM awards development grant to Kanyakumari and Pudukottai temples | Trichy news

Trichy: Chief Minister MP Stalin on Monday handed over the enhanced administrative and development grant to temples governed by the Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowment (HR&CE) department in Kanyakumari and Pudukottai districts of Chennai. Suseenthiram – Kanyakumari Devasthanam Co-Commissioner R Gnanasekar received a check for Rs 6 crore while Pudukottai …

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Judges appointing judges a myth, others also involved in the selection process: CJI NV Ramana

Calling it a “widely propagated myth”, Chief Justice NV Ramana on Sunday defended the judiciary against accusations that judges appointed judges through the Collegium system. At the 5th Shri Lavu Venkateswarlu Endowment Conference at Siddhartha Law College, Vijayawada, Ramana said: “It is fashionable these days to repeat phrases like ‘judges …

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Stanislas and Merced counties facing a shortage of dental providers

TURLOCK, California, December 24, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Lack of dentists and specialists in rural California counties is leading to high rates of tooth decay and preventable dental emergencies, especially among low-income residents. Oral health (dental care) is one of the greatest unmet health needs of all Americans and …

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AACS Receives $ 9,000 Funding From Florida Humanities Relief Plan

by: Meshella E. Woods Director of Curatorial Affairs / Grant Writer, AACS Florida Humanities, the state-wide nonprofit affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities, awarded the African American Cultural Society Inc. a $ 9,000 overhead grant to support the ” help recover from the economic impact of the COVID-19 …

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Buy a ticket, support the future – Sheridan Media

Photo courtesy of Cottonwood Kitchen and Home. The history of the American Association of University Women can be seen through the advancement of the United States. As the number of female college graduates increased in the United States, so did the number of their members. The Sheridan Branch of AAUW …

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OCC Photography receives donation of $ 450,000 | News

The Orange Coast College School of Photography received a $ 450,000 grant from the William, Jeff and Jennifer Gross Family Foundation. Unlike one-time donations, grant money will be invested and used to establish the Jeff Gross Endowment. The annual interest of the endowment will be available to the photography department …

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Call of Duty Foundation Announces 2021 Seal of Distinction Recipient | Business

SANTA MONICA, Calif .– (BUSINESS WIRE) – December 17, 2021– The Call of Duty Endowment is proud to announce the selection of American Corporate Partners (ACP) as the 2021 recipient of the Call of Duty Endowment Seal of Distinction, the standard of excellence in the veteran employment sector. “ The …

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Perskie family expands scholarship endowment in Stockton | Brigantine

Pictured left are Jason Shelly, Bethany Perskie, David Perskie, Pamela Perskie, Joseph Perskie, Barbara and Steven P. Perskie (seated) and their grandchildren Sasha and Elena Perskie. Photo by Donna Connor for Stockton University Diane D’Amico Director of News and Media Relations, Submitted The deputy. Steven P. and Barbara Perskie of …

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Heywood Fralin invests in the future of Mill Mountain Zoo

Philanthropist and community leader Heywood Fralin has once again demonstrated his dedication to the Roanoke Valley. This time, Fralin extended his generosity to the Mill Mountain Zoo by creating an endowment fund to ensure future wildlife conservation and education efforts at the zoo. Fralin said, “The future of educational and …

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Vaccination certificate now required for entry to Madurai Meenakshi temple in TN

Chennai, December 12 People visiting Tamil Nadu’s famous Madurai Meenakshi temple from Monday will need to have a vaccination certificate, the Department of Hindu Religious and Charitable Foundations said on Sunday. Co-commissioner, Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments, Chelladurai said worshipers must have a copy of the Covid-19 vaccination certificate to …

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Florida aquarium creates legacy for famous Winter the Dolphin

CLEARWATER, Fla .– A Florida aquarium has created a legacy for its famous Winter the Dolphin after his recent death, including virtual reality encounters with the prosthetic tail star of the Dolphin Tale films. The Clearwater Marine Aquarium announced Friday that Winter’s legacy will include a permanent memorial, a financial …

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Western Theological Seminary receives $ 1 million grant from Lily Endowment

HOLLAND – A large grant will support a pair of initiatives at Western Theological Seminary. The school received a million dollar grant from Lilly Endowment’s Pathways for Tomorrow Initiative. The funding will support the launch of the WTS Eugene Peterson Center for the Christian Imagination and expand student access to …

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Council spends additional $ 250,000 to help groups struggling with Covid-19 restrictions

Alden WILLIAMS / Stuff There has been a strong demand for additional funds to help struggling community groups as a result of Covid-19. Strong demand from struggling community groups led Christchurch City Council to contribute an additional $ 250,000 into a fund to help organizations. The council had allocated $ …

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Karnataka: Only 4 of 346 audit accounts of wealthy government temples | Bangalore News

BENGALURU: Only four of the 346 higher category temples governed by the Karnataka Endowment Department have diligently verified the funds each year and the rest of them – including famous shrines such as Kukke Subramanya and Kolluru Mookambika temples – n ‘did not respect the exercise. As some temples have …

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NMSU Museum Curatorial Program Receives $ 1.2 Million Endowment

LAS CRUCES – A $ 1.2 million endowment from Candis J. Stern will support the efforts of the Museums Curatorial Program at New Mexico State University to provide an undergraduate degree and hands-on conservation experience museums to prepare students for careers in museums across the country. The endowment will provide …

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Soon you will be able to flash your phone, donate to the temples of Karnataka – The New Indian Express

Express news service BENGALURU: With digital payments becoming extremely popular, the Department of Hindu Religious Institutions and Charitable Foundations of Karnataka has proposed to introduce a QR code-based payment system in some of the state-run temples for the benefit of worshipers. It should also bring more transparency. The QR code …

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Richard Bryant named recipient of the 2021 Poole College Distinguished Alumni Award

By Léa Hart When Richard Bryant looks back on his life so far, he can attribute his personal and professional success to the core beliefs he shared with his sons as they were growing up. “It all comes down to working hard, showing up, having fun, living within your means …

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Utah Athletics Announces Beth Launière Endowment Volleyball Head Coaches Fund

Utah Head Coach Beth Launiere chats with her players during a timeout as the University of Utah faces Brigham Young University at the Hunstman Center in Salt Lake City on Thursday, September 14, 2017. ( Adam Fondren, Deseret News) (Adam Fondren, Deseret News) SALT LAKE CITY – The University of …

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Further into the desert: the endless fate of the left in Morocco

The legislative and local elections in Morocco presented a golden opportunity for small left-wing political parties. The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, its subsequent lockdown, and the perceived failure of the Justice and Development Party The government led by the (PJD) to adequately facilitate the socio-economic security of many Moroccans has given …

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