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1 Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies leads in disaster work
2 $6.7 Billion Grant Maker Takes Founder's Priorities to Heart
3 Morse stepping down as CEO of Eden Prairie-based Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies
4 Cargill Foundation is supporting MN Central Kitchen to tackle hunger and layoffs caused by COVID-19
5 Eden Prairie home to Minnesota's largest grant-making entity
6 Expansion planned at Margaret A. Cargill building – Finance & Commerce
7 Grant will help construct National Loon Center in Crosslake
8 This Year's Most Generous Billionaire Philanthropist Has Been Dead Since 2006
9 Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies (Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies)
10 2015 Investment Management Awards: Shawn Wischmeier
11 PBS budget for FY21 keeps station dues level
12 Community-led digital equity solutions reach more Minnesota students
13 Business people
14 To Protect the Seas from Rising Threats, a Top Grantmaker Looks to Indonesia — Inside Philanthropy
15 NH's Old Man of the Mountain Has a Little Brother?
16 MCC Foundation’s 22nd Annual Gala brings in $78,000
17 Elizabeth Warren Now Thinks THIS Is Racist
18 First Peoples Fund Announces 2021 Awards to Culture Bearers and Native Artist Entrepreneurs
19 New Initiative Calls for 30% of Climate Funding to Back Justice Groups led by People of Color — Inside Philanthropy
20 Long-Term Care Efforts Supported By Foundations
21 How Philanthropy Can Adapt During a Disaster—and Be Ready for What's Next
22 Charitable giving increasing from top Minnesota donors
23 Nestlé & Cargill v. Doe Series: Corporate Liability, Child Slavery, and the Chocolate Industry
24 Foundations Pledge US$459 Million through 2022 for Land-Based Climate Actions | News | SDG Knowledge Hub | IISD
25 Southern Minnesota Initiative Foundation awards $192,500 in COVID-19 Response Grants to small towns
26 Berea breaks ground for $72 million science building | News |
27 Digital residency to connect New York Mills, Menahga with Finland
28 Cultural exchange includes Finnish folk ensemble
29 Manitou Fund rises near the top of Minnesota foundations
30 Digital residency will connect Menahga with Finland
31 Ford Foundation Selects New COO and Treasurer (Transitions)
32 Top 20 Endowment and Foundation CIOs
33 Hamse Warfa has lived the immigrant experience. Now in charge of Minnesota’s employment and training programs, he’s intent on building bridges for those left behind.
34 Business People: Xcel Energy makes executive changes toward succession plan
35 McKnight Foundation president Kate Wolford retiring in November
36 Native American Veterans Receive a Place of Their Own to Reflect and to Heal
37 Camp Eden Wood dedicates $1.5 million home away from home
38 Nestlé & Cargill v. Doe Series: Mapping Amici Arguments
39 Marmet's Yellow Slaw Offers a Tasty Twist on the Standard West Virginia Hot Dog
40 Learning to Support Indigenous Communities: One Foundation's Experience
41 Best Buy founder Richard Schulze building $1 billion foundation
42 $18 Billion Vaults Soros Into Stratosphere of Grant Makers
43 The boards of America’s most powerful foundations are filled with wealthy, privately-educated white men
44 How Big Foundations Stay Big: An Interactive Guide to Giving Rates
45 Nestlé & Cargill v. Doe Series: Rethinking the Alien Tort Statute
46 Foundations Commit Nearly Half a Billion to Reduce Global Warming
47 Janet Schrunk Ericksen Named Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Dean
48 The Most Generous People in America
49 Billion dollar benefactors: Minnesota's charitable foundations
50 W.Va. To Start Distributing Medical Cannabis In The Spring, Announces Processors
51 Big Builds: A Look Inside Arabella Advisors — Inside Philanthropy
52 Eugenics in High School History: Failure to Confront the Past | Thomas F. Cargill
53 Minnesota is among the leaders in giving to American Indian causes
54 How Philanthropic Collaborations Succeed, and Why They Fail (SSIR)
55 Profiles of Big Bets
56 How family planning can help save cheetahs
57 Best Buy founder Schulze cranks up giving at his $1 billion family foundation
58 Cookie Cart set to expand, despite a scare with a stray bullet
59 National Indian museum sharing online materials with teachers
60 Cargill guards private life in 150th year
61 Juhannus 2018: Interview with Jim Kurtti, director of the Finnish American Heritage Center
62 Study reveals unusually high carbon stocks and tree diversity in Panama's Darien forest
63 Allocators Named Their Elite Peers. Here They Are.
64 Chilton students incorporate singing and learning
65 BanQu software aims to give refugees a financial imprint
66 The Secretive Cargill Billionaires And Their Family Tree
67 Top CIO Finalists and Managers Announced for December 12 Innovation Awards Gala
68 Ford's Darren Walker Rips Asset Management Over Diversity
69 'Big Short' Seer Spies New Bubble: Index Funds
70 Free Heard Museum program spreads awareness of Native American Culture
71 Four Minnesota American Indian artists win regional fellowships
72 Blueprint CEO Jacob Walthour Jr. Honored by NJBIZ and ROI NJ
73 Mosaic and Cargill Agree to Split-off and Orderly Distribution of Cargill Stake in Mosaic
74 On Big Foundations' Boards, 'Coastal Elites' and Ivy Alumni Predominate
75 Our Faculty
76 Summer Research Crew
77 Annual Report
78 A New Funding Stream for Historic African American Cemeteries
79 U of M initiative brings awareness of peripheral artery disease to Greater Minnesota
80 Cargill blames government hoarding for global food price surge
81 Top 100 Largest Foundation Rankings by Total Assets
82 Indiana Pension System CIO Leaves for Foundation
83 US deaths near 100000, an incalculable loss
84 Reimagining Institutional Philanthropy | 1
85 ODK to Initiate Three Honorary, 50 Student Members at 2021 Convention
86 CIKOD leads effort at promoting sustainable agriculture
87 Q&A with Camp Fire CEO Greg Zweber
88 Thousands of meatpacking workers to be vaccinated this week
89 The $55M transformation of Balboa Park’s Mingei Museum is nearing completion
90 Music Comes Naturally To Son Of Hammons Legends
91 Daily Kickoff: Remembering RBG + The bygone era of James Baker's Washington
92 Grand Rapids to host rural arts summit | Free Press |
93 License plates could be a roadway to revenue
94 Taylor Ewert shares SEC Runner of the Week honor
95 Minnesota arts groups are losing their greatest generation of donors
96 Could Karzai reconcile with the Taliban?
97 Commerce Department calls for online 'privacy bill of rights,' but advocates balk
98 Historic Denver Remains Unsinkable, Fifty Years After Molly Brown Save
99 Fayette County Flood Stirs Up Long Held Concerns On Cancer-Causing Oil Site
100 Lutheran World Relief Launches $13 Million Effort to Aid Poor Farmers in Niger, Part of a $41 Million, 5-Year Initiative in West Africa's Sahel Region