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Hazy future for group – Not accepting requests

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Qwest Communications has assumed control of the U.S. West Foundation, leaving the nature and scope of the foundation’s future giving in doubt, the Denver Business Journal reported July 31.

The foundation has given $225 million to charities including the Denver Art Museum, the Boy Scouts of America and the A.L.I.E. Foundation for missing children since it was founded in 1989.

Qwest says the foundation will continue but will not otherwise comment on its future. The foundation’s Web site indicates that it is not accepting funding requests while it is “evaluating” its program.

For full story, go to the Denver Business Journal.

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