The Ginn Family
When we meet to consider requests, we do so with the firm conviction that we are fulfilling the wishes of our parents, grandparents & great grandparents
JoAnn and Bob Glick
In many cases, we’re doing projects that are off the radar – projects where other people aren’t giving. We’re seeking a fresh way to do things, and we want to support creativity and results.
The Higley Family
It’s all about where we can be most impactful. We want to find places where we can truly make a difference.
Justin and Andrean Horton
Philanthropists will have to play a role to help solve some of our region’s most pressing issues. Concentrated poverty, joblessness and poor educational options need our collective energy so we can move society forward.
Connie and Kevin Johnson
You don’t have to be Oprah to give. Each of us can make an impact.
Philanthropy is not only for the very wealthy, who have a named room at a museum. It’s for people with average incomes like me, a school teacher, to get involved and do something for the future.