Minnesota grantmaking steadies
After two years of uncertainty and anticipation of funding declines, grantmakers in Minnesota are feeling more optimistic about 2011, a new report says.
Minnesota giving falls in 2008
During the height of the recession, total giving in Minnesota fell 5 percent to $5.4 billion, but would have been worse without giving increases by corporations, a new study says.
Minnesota grantmaking expected to slip
While funders in the state predict their grantmaking will shrink slightly in 2010, they are feeling more optimistic about asset rebounds, a new study says.
Target leads Minnesota funders
The retailer’s foundation awarded a total of $138.2 million in cash grants last year, more than any other grantmaker in the state, a new study says.
Pre-recession giving strong in Minnesota
Foundation and corporate giving in Minnesota grew 10.1 percent in 2007, but is likely to take a hit this year and next, a new study says.
Minnesota funders’ optimism ebbs
The state’s foundations are less positive about their 2009 grantmaking, but remain more optimistic than other U.S. funders, a new study says.