M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust

The Murdock Trust is proud to partner with nonprofit organizations all across the Pacific Northwest serving unique and diverse constituencies. Recently, two grantees were in the news announcing Murdock awards.

Boy ScoutsThe Boy Scouts of America Blue Mountain Council announces $163,000 grant | Tri-Cities Area Journal of Business

“The Boy Scouts of America Blue Mountain Council recently received¬† a $163,000 grant from the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust of Vancouver, Washington. The grant, to be paid over three years, will fund a new position dedicated to growing the Scouting program in the 12 counties of southeast Washington and northeast Oregon served by the council.”

HopeWorks announces $350,000 grant | Herald Net

“Local nonprofit organization HopeWorks has received a $350,000 grant award from The M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust. The grant supports the development of HopeWorks Station II, a five-story building next door to HopeWorks Station I on Broadway in Everett. The building will break ground in early 2018 and will be home to a workforce development facility with 65 affordable housing units.”

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