The Community Foundation's Amy Murphy and others discuss what makes a good scholarship essay in Time, Inc.'s MONEY magazine.
The Community Foundation helps Susan provide educational support to females interested in agriculture.
Isle of Capri Casinos, Inc. created the Sunshine Fund to assist its employees during times of disaster.
Setting up a donor advised fund at the Community Foundation proved to be a good alternative to starting a private foundation for the Seeser family.
The Community Foundation helps Harris Frank to support his lifeline passion for educating children.
Karen pioneered HomeWorks!, a teacher home visit program that focuses on increasing academic achievement, attendance, and parental involvement.
John Alberici established his foundation as a supporting organization of the Community Foundation.
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Give STL Day!!
Our first Give STL Day was a huge success!
13,407 individual contributions
Take a proud moment and consider what our community accomplished on behalf of our 528 participating Give STL Day nonprofits. We truly became one community while promoting philanthropy.
Time, Inc.’s MONEY magazine looked to the Community Foundation’s own Amy Murphy, director of scholarships and donor services, to offer her assessment of scholarship essay topics which tend to impress essay judges.
The Chronicle of Philanthropy reports that over 300,000 donations were made during last week’s Give Local America initiative. The Greater Saint Louis Community Foundation hosted Give STL Day on May 6th as part of the initiative.
Give Local America focused on contributing through community foundations to support causes in the donors’ own backyards.
St. Louis is a generous community! Together we raised over a million dollars to benefit local nonprofit organizations.
Thanks to all of our fantastic sponsors for helping us make our first Give STL Day event a huge success!
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