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Seattle Arts & Lectures Announces Recent Grant

Seattle Arts & Lectures recently announced a Trust grant they received that will enable them to digitize their audio archives of literary lectures and make them available to the community. Read the full article. Seattle Arts & Lectures has been around since 1987. In its first season, John Updike, Calvin Trillin, Donald Barthelme, and Louise […]
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SEARHC Expands Juneau’s Children’s Dental Clinic

SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium (SEARHC) will open their new Children’s Dental Clinic in Juneau later this month. We are proud to partner with organizations like SEARHC who are working in partnership with Alaska Native People to provide the best healthcare for our communities. Read the full article. SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium (SEARHC) announced […]
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PSU Awarded Partners in Science Grants

Portland State University (PSU) announced recent grants they received through our Partners in Science program that connects high school science teachers with research mentors to engage in science research. Read the full article here. Portland State University was recently awarded $45,000 from M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust’s Partners in Science (Partners) program. The grants, at $15,000 […]
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What Does Murdock Do?

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The Murdock Trust makes grants that enrich life in the Pacific Northwest. We stand with those who serve others – the difference-makers and forward thinkers, the caretakers and question-askers. Our partners do extraordinary things, and we are privileged to help them deliver strength to the undeserved, knowledge to the seekers, inspiration to the innovators, and opportunities […]
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5th Cohort Completes Board Leadership Program

The 5th cohort of executive directors, board chairs, and board members representing 11 nonprofit organizations from across the Pacific Northwest recently completed the Trust’s Board Leadership & Development Program. The program’s purpose is to help equip nonprofit organizations to fulfill their unique missions as they build board and staff capacity and identify the strategic steps and […]
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Op-ed in the Idaho Statesman

Terry Stokesbary, senior program director at the Murdock Trust, along with Amy Little (Idaho Nonprofit Center), Karen Bilowith (Idaho Community Foundation) and Mark Priddy (Full Circle Exchange) co-authored an article recently featured in the Idaho Statesman. Read the full piece at http://www.idahostatesman.com/opinion/readers-opinion/article147697144.html Idaho Nonprofits Change Lives, and We All Play a Part In the Treasure Valley, […]
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