M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust

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Credit: Stronger Philanthropy

Mark Petersen from Stronger Philanthropy recently interviewed Steve Moore about the Murdock Trust and the idea of taking the long view when it comes to working for the common good.  Listen to the podcast and read more.
As we begin the second season of the Stronger Philanthropy Podcast, we hear from Dr. Steve Moore, CEO of a significant endowment in the Pacific Northwest, the Murdock Trust.   This trust lives out the dream of its founder, Jack Murdock, to serve individuals, families and communities across the Pacific Northwest by providing grants and enrichment programs to organizations that strengthen the region’s educational, spiritual and cultural base in creative and sustainable ways.
In this episode, we discover that good philanthropy involves more than giving money.  The trust perceives its role in shaping culture by offering other pathways towards enrichment.  They convene groups, connect partners, and offer robust training for nonprofit leaders.  All of this requires significant patience and time; taking the long view is needed.
 

The Trust guides nonprofit organizations through every level of their development through grants and other resources.

Sectors the Trust is committed to enriching in the Pacific Northwest:

The Trust has a wealth of knowledge and experience that can make all the difference to you and your organization.