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M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust Announces 85 Grants to Nonprofits Serving Pacific Northwest - 04/11/19

M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust Announces 85 Grants to Nonprofits Serving Pacific Northwest

Vancouver, WA foundation awards more than $15.4 million in grants, including $822,000 to groups serving Idaho

 

For Immediate Release

 

April 11, 2019

 

Vancouver WA – Nonprofits serving the Pacific Northwest will receive more than $15.4 million following the most recent collection of grants awarded by The M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust. The Murdock Trust approved funding in support of 85 specific projects, including grants totaling $822,00 to organizations serving the state of Idaho, including the Boise Philharmonic Association, Boise State University, College of Idaho, Expansion International, Riverstone International School, Ross Point Camp and Conference Center and University of Idaho.

 

“From helping refugees find community and build a home to supporting vulnerable children to addressing the mental health needs of our neighbors, these grants represent the critical work that countless nonprofits, corporate foundations, family foundations and volunteers are coming together with representatives of the business, government, healthcare, faith and education sectors to address in creative and sustainable ways,” said Steve Moore, executive director, M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust. “We are grateful that we are able to come along side and partner, even in some small way, with such a diverse collection of nonprofits serving the wide array of communities across the Pacific Northwest.”

 

To date, the Murdock Trust has awarded nearly 6,700 grants totaling more than $988 million. Founded in 1975 by the estate of Melvin “Jack” Murdock, the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust supports organizations that strengthen the region’s educational, social, spiritual and cultural base in creative and sustainable ways. Serving nonprofits in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington, the Murdock Trust invests in projects across the health and human services, arts and culture, scientific research and educational sectors.

 

For more information on this round of grantmaking, please visit the Murdock Trust website. For questions, interviews or high-resolution assets, please contact Colby Reade – yr@murdocktrust.org">colbyr@murdocktrust.org 360.694.8415

 

About the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust

The M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust, created by the will of the late Melvin J. (Jack) Murdock, provides grants to organizations in five states of the Pacific Northwest—Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington—that seek to strengthen the region’s educational and cultural base in creative and sustainable ways. Since its inception in 1975, the Trust has awarded more than 6,700 grants totaling more than $988 million. For more information, find the Murdock Trust on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram and the web.

M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust Announces 85 Grants to Nonprofits Serving Pacific Northwest - 04/11/19

M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust Announces 85 Grants to Nonprofits Serving Pacific Northwest

Vancouver, WA foundation awards more than $15.4 million in grants, including $470,000 to groups serving Alaska area

 

For Immediate Release

 

April 11, 2019

 

Vancouver WA – Nonprofits serving the Pacific Northwest will receive more than $15.4 million following the most recent collection of grants awarded by The M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust. The Murdock Trust approved funding in support of 85 specific projects, including grants totaling $470,00 to organizations serving the state of Alaska, such as Anchorage Community Land Trust and Church on the Rock.

 

“From helping refugees find community and build a home to supporting vulnerable children to addressing the mental health needs of our neighbors, these grants represent the critical work that countless nonprofits, corporate foundations, family foundations and volunteers are coming together with representatives of the business, government, healthcare, faith and education sectors to address in creative and sustainable ways,” said Steve Moore, executive director, M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust. “We are grateful that we are able to come along side and partner, even in some small way, with such a diverse collection of nonprofits serving the wide array of communities across the Pacific Northwest.”

 

To date, the Murdock Trust has awarded nearly 6,700 grants totaling more than $988 million. Founded in 1975 by the estate of Melvin “Jack” Murdock, the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust supports organizations that strengthen the region’s educational, social, spiritual and cultural base in creative and sustainable ways. Serving nonprofits in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington, the Murdock Trust invests in projects across the health and human services, arts and culture, scientific research and educational sectors.

 

For more information on this round of grantmaking, please visit the Murdock Trust website. For questions, interviews or high resolution assets, please contact Colby Reade – yr@murdocktrust.org">colbyr@murdocktrust.org 360.694.8415

 

About the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust

The M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust, created by the will of the late Melvin J. (Jack) Murdock, provides grants to organizations in five states of the Pacific Northwest—Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington—that seek to strengthen the region’s educational and cultural base in creative and sustainable ways. Since its inception in 1975, the Trust has awarded more than 6,700 grants totaling more than $988 million. For more information, find the Murdock Trust on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram and the web.

M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust Announces 85 Grants to Nonprofits Serving Pacific Northwest - 04/11/19

M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust Announces 85 Grants to Nonprofits Serving Pacific Northwest

Vancouver, WA foundation awards more than $15.4 million in grants, including $6.5 million to groups serving Oregon

 

For Immediate Release

 

April 11, 2019

 

Vancouver WA – Nonprofits serving the Pacific Northwest will receive more than $15.4 million following the most recent collection of grants awarded by The M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust. The Murdock Trust approved funding in support of 85 specific projects, including grants totaling $6.5 million to organizations serving the state of Oregon, such as Albertina Kerr Centers, Asante, Brian Grant Foundation, Free Geek, Friends of Zenger Farms, Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization, L’Arche USA, Medical Teams International, Nature Conservancy in Oregon, Oregon Coast Aquarium, Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education, REAP and Tuality Healthcare.

 

“From helping refugees find community and build a home to supporting vulnerable children to addressing the mental health needs of our neighbors, these grants represent the critical work that countless nonprofits, corporate foundations, family foundations and volunteers are coming together with representatives of the business, government, healthcare, faith and education sectors to address in creative and sustainable ways,” said Steve Moore, executive director, M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust. “We are grateful that we are able to come along side and partner, even in some small way, with such a diverse collection of nonprofits serving the wide array of communities across the Pacific Northwest.”

 

To date, the Murdock Trust has awarded nearly 6,700 grants totaling more than $988 million. Founded in 1975 by the estate of Melvin “Jack” Murdock, the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust supports organizations that strengthen the region’s educational, social, spiritual and cultural base in creative and sustainable ways. Serving nonprofits in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington, the Murdock Trust invests in projects across the health and human services, arts and culture, scientific research and educational sectors.

 

For more information on this round of grantmaking, please visit the Murdock Trust website. For questions, interviews or high-resolution assets, please contact Colby Reade – yr@murdocktrust.org">colbyr@murdocktrust.org 360.694.8415

 

About the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust

The M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust, created by the will of the late Melvin J. (Jack) Murdock, provides grants to organizations in five states of the Pacific Northwest—Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington—that seek to strengthen the region’s educational and cultural base in creative and sustainable ways. Since its inception in 1975, the Trust has awarded more than 6,700 grants totaling more than $988 million. For more information, find the Murdock Trust on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram and the web.

M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust Announces 85 Grants to Nonprofits Serving Pacific Northwest - 04/11/19

M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust Announces 85 Grants to Nonprofits Serving Pacific Northwest

Vancouver, WA Foundation awards more than $15.4 Million in grants, including nearly $4 million to groups serving Washington

 

For Immediate Release

 

March 11, 2019

 

Vancouver WA – Nonprofits serving the Pacific Northwest will receive more than $15.4 million following the most recent collection of grants awarded by The M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust. The Murdock Trust approved funding in support of 85 specific projects, including grants totaling nearly $4 million to organizations serving the state of Washington, such as 5th Avenue Theatre Association, Construction for Change, Dungeness River Audubon Center, Evergreen Habitat for Humanity, Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences, SAMBICA, The University Heights Center for the Community, Washington State University, and World Relief Seattle.

 

“From helping refugees find community and build a home to supporting vulnerable children to addressing the mental health needs of our neighbors, these grants represent the critical work that countless nonprofits, corporate foundations, family foundations and volunteers are coming together with representatives of the business, government, healthcare, faith and education sectors to address in creative and sustainable ways,” said Steve Moore, executive director, M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust. “We are grateful that we are able to come along side and partner, even in some small way, with such a diverse collection of nonprofits serving the wide array of communities across the Pacific Northwest.”

 

To date, the Murdock Trust has awarded nearly 6,700 grants totaling more than $988 million. Founded in 1975 by the estate of Melvin “Jack” Murdock, the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust supports organizations that strengthen the region’s educational, social, spiritual and cultural base in creative and sustainable ways. Serving nonprofits in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington, the Murdock Trust invests in projects across the health and human services, arts and culture, scientific research and educational sectors.

 

For more information on this round of grantmaking, please visit the Murdock Trust website. For questions, interviews or high-resolution assets, please contact Colby Reade – yr@murdocktrust.org">colbyr@murdocktrust.org 360.694.8415

 

About the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust

The M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust, created by the will of the late Melvin J. (Jack) Murdock, provides grants to organizations in five states of the Pacific Northwest—Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington—that seek to strengthen the region’s educational and cultural base in creative and sustainable ways. Since its inception in 1975, the Trust has awarded more than 6,700 grants totaling more than $988 million. For more information, find the Murdock Trust on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram and the web.