The in Mobile has announced the resignation of president and CEO Alvertha Penny.
The has announced that it will sell to KCRW, a National Public Radio affiliate. As a result of the purchase, KCRW will broadcast on 88.7 FM in Santa Barbara, and KUSC radio, the former owner of that frequency, will move to KDB, where it will continue to provide classical music offerings under the historic KDB call letters. According to the Los Angeles Times, the foundation, which has owned the station since 2003, will receive approximately $1 million in the transaction.
The in Angels Camp has announced a grant of $15,000 from the Sierra Health Foundation in support of its efforts to improve oral health among homebound seniors in Calveras County.
The in Zionsville has approved changes to its grantmaking process, the Lebanon Reporter reports. The changes include reducing the number of grant cycles from six to two and requiring letters of inquiry to be submitted a month prior to the application deadline, after which select organizations will be asked to submit a full proposal.
The Brissman Foundation, an affiliate of the Iowa-based , has announced the opening of its spring grant cycle for organizations working to enhance youth development, foster community development, support cultural activities, and invest in ways to relieve the suffering of disadvantaged individuals in the community of Milan. Organizations outside Milan may be considered if they provide significant services benefiting the village of Milan and its residents. Online grant applications are available through the Web site. The deadline to apply is April 15.
The has announced that its president and CEO, Cheryl Elliott, will step down at the end of the year. Elliott joined the foundation in 1992 and has served as its top executive since 2001.
The has appointed Ann Schwister and Ronald C. Christian to its governing board. In addition, the foundation named Wijdan Jreisat as its general counsel.