The has released two reports that examine Chinese-American philanthropy in the Bay Area. Among other things, the reports found that Chinese-American philanthropists in the Bay Area give to causes both here in the United States and around the world; that the issues they care most about include education, cultural access, and civic engagement; and that they are interested in engaging with and providing resources to organizations and causes with which they have a personal affinity and/or to which they feel personally connected.
The in Wheaton has announced that it has surpassed $50 million in assets under management. In recognition of the achievement, the foundation has posted on the way to that milestone.
The has announced that five Midwestern visual artists will each receive a $25,000 Efroymson Contemporary Arts Fellowship courtesy of the , a donor-advised fund of CICF. Established in 2004, the fellowship program was created to increase awareness of contemporary art in the Midwest.
The in Greensburg has appointed Robert Cupp as interim executive director. A foundation board member for the past five years, Cupp will succeed Deb Locke, who has taken a position at Fifth Third Bank.
The , an affiliate of the in Waterloo, has announced grants totaling nearly $119,000 to thirty nonprofits. Recipients include the Porter House Museum, Helping Services for Northeast Iowa, Friends of the Decorah Fish Hatchery, and the Laura Ingalls Wilder Park and Museum.
The in Fayetteville has announced that its Elizabeth A. Hudspeth Endowment Fund will award grants totaling up to $46,000 in support of health services in Cumberland and surrounding counties. The deadline to apply for a grant is April 30.
The in Fredericksburg will disburse up to $100,000 during a one-day Community Give event, the Free Lance-Star reports. The May 6 event will start at midnight and end at 11:59 p.m. Throughout the day, various cash prizes will be awarded to participating nonprofits. The organization that raises the most during the event will receive a $10,000 grant from the foundation, with $5,000 and $2,500 awarded to the second- and third-place organizations. In addition, cash prizes of $1,500 will be awarded to each community that participates, while $1,000 will be given to a lucky nonprofit every hour during the event.