Community.Impact.Legacy.Grand Rapids AreaCommunity Foundation
Our 2020 DonorsA & M Electric of McGregor, Inc.A Plus B Productions, LLCAmerican Association ofUniversity WomenLloyd AdamsPatrick & Marilyn AdamsAﬃnity Plus Federal CreditUnionKelci AhlstromLinda AitkenAitkin Services LLC - ThriftyWhiteAziz AladinAmazon Smile FoundationAmerican Bank of the NorthAmerican Legion McVeighDunn Post 60American Legion Post 122Analytical Technology, IncErik & Christina AndersenAnderson Family DentalBruce & Linda AndersonCharles & Donna AndersonDouglass R Anderson& Jean M Schaeppi-AndersonElizabeth J AndersonGary W AndersonJerry & Cathie AndersonRick & Patti AndersonRolf AndersonSandra AndersonSuzanne & Thomas AndreasenNatalie AnnAnonymousSteven & Lorrie AntielScott & Brenda ApfelbacherPeggy AppelholmArrowhead PromotionsElroy AshmoreShannon AshmoreTimothy & Rachel AunanAutomotive Electric ServicesWill & Bernie BackesRobert & Linda BakerMichael & Joan BarleBethany & Craig BartonMimi BarzenRichard BeattyJamie Becker-FinnBrett & Lauren BeckfeldDiane BedientScott W BellefyWallance & Elinor BellefyBender's Shoe & SportLois BendixShannon & Dennis BenolkenDarrel & Marion BensonSolveig BergJim BergeronDavid & Mardell BevacquaBig Sandy Lake AssociationSarah & Paul BignallPeter M BirkeyShirley & Michael BjellosBlandin FoundationBarbara Blank2About the Grand RapidsArea Community FoundationThe Grand Rapids Area Community Foundation is a public charitythat connects people who care with causes that matter. Founded in1994, the Community Foundation helps donors meet local needs inthe Greater Itasca Area by targeting grants and scholarships towardsour community’s most pressing needs and promising opportunities.The Community Foundation manages a collection of charitablefunds, scholarship funds, and endowment funds that were createdby diﬀerent donors at diﬀerent times and for varying purposes.Donors may create funds during their lifetimes or by bequest, forgeneral charitable purposes or for a particular purpose that theyspecify. We provide services to help individuals, families, businessesand other groups pursue their charitable interests easily, eﬀectivelyand with maximum tax beneﬁts.Lloyd Adams, Volunteer
Letter from the Board ChairDear Friends,Our communities faced incredible challenges during 2020 due tothe COVID-19 public health and economic crisis. You, our areabusinesses, nonproﬁts, and individuals, came together to help eachother and protect the most vulnerable in our communities.This year, the Foundation played a prominent role in addressing theneeds of those most impacted by the COVID-19 virus. Ourgrantmaking eﬀorts were strategically aimed at assisting individualsand area nonproﬁts who were struggling to make ends meet. OurCommunity Response Fund mobilized 156,000 and 28 grants forarea nonproﬁts aﬀected by the pandemic and our Sharing Fundprovided 101,000 and 213 grants for individuals in the communitythat experienced crises during 2020. In addition, we were able tocarry on with our normal scholarship and grant cycle. None of ourwork during this year would have been possible without committeddonors and dedicated community partners from every sector.The last year was also a year of change for the CommunityFoundation as we welcomed new leadership; Susan Lynch as theFoundation Director and Mindy Nuhring as Chief DevelopmentOﬃcer. We are conﬁdent they will manage the changing needs ofthe Foundation exceedingly well and continue its critical communityimpact work into the future.Thank you for your continuedpartnership and unwaveringcommitment to our community.Because of you, we can continueto serve our community’s needs,while building a more vibranttomorrow for all who call this areatheir home.Rhett Johnson2020 Board ChairElizabeth BogdanovichEdward BolfLisa BoltonJoan Sailer BondTim & Joan BonnerChere BosargeJason BoserKathryn R BoundsJoel & Laura BoydJim & Catherine BozichRandall & Ann BraiedyMatt & Charity BranstadNan BrierleySheila BroggerAmy Sader BrownLevi BrownJudith Brown-WescottBSN SportsDennis & Mary Ann BuckleyKelly BuckleyShannon BuddeTraci BuescherBurgess Family FoundationSteve BurggrafJim & Ann CarlsonTimothy & Kelly CarlsonCARQUEST Auto PartsJeﬀ & Amy CarterHelen CasperMarvin & Catherine CastleMichael & Heidi ChandlerDale & Misty ChristyGloria ChristyCitizen for John PersellCity of CohassetCity of Grand RapidsClairmont Financial AdvisorsAnn ClarkWanda E ClarkDee ClausenDavid & Nancy ClaussenJames & Cora ClaypoolJill N ClaypoolCleveland-Cliﬀs FoundationCLK Management Co., Inc.Clover Technologies Group LLCMary Kate ColeWilliam ColemanCole's HardwareSean & Sherry ColterMike ComstockRobert ConzemiusJeanne CookSarah CopelandCountry Kitchen RestaurantClare CroteauBeverly CulverRichard & Sandra CurryJosephine & Travis CzernySondra DahlDavid W. Claypool TrustJacqueline & Andrew DavidRyan Davies & Michelle ArnholdDawnette DavisPaul & Donalyn DealyDede Emerson FoundationDeerwood Bank - BaxterDeerwood Bank - Grand Rapids3
David DeLawyerKent & Patricia DemaraisJeﬀery & Brenda DeMarsJaqueline DenucciCasey & Melissa DezelskeRobert & Mary Lou DezelskeKaren DiverKathy DodgeJill DoerﬂerPatrick & Deanne DohertyDon & Nancy DollMary Donnellan & Mike HagleyJacqueline H DowellAriel DowlingD'Pointe DesignsDaniel & Denise DrennenGerald & Mary DrewesCharles P DriscollBarbara DubovichRuth H DukelowThomas & Maria DunstanShelley DuoosCarolyn EckBoris & Kathleen ElichNick EltgrothEncompass Real EstateInvestment ServicesTerrell & Debra EngerDeanna EnsleyAudrey ErdmanAnne-Marie EricksonCarla EricksonKyle EricksonKen EricsonKenneth B EricsonGerald & Kimberly ErnstLinda EwaldGregory EwenEyeCare Centers of Aitkin &McGregorBrady & Simone FairbanksLeroy A FairbanksShannon FairbanksFairview Health SevicesTom & Jeanne FastelandFat Boy Motor SportsKris FerraroLouise Koglin & Jim FideldyKelly FiderDaniel & Beccy FillmanEinar P FinnvikFirst National Bank of ColeraineElaine FlemingMartha J FlinckFloe International IncPatrick Thomas ForcieaForward Health FoundationFrank FowlerJoseph FowlerTimothy & Lisa FoxFraternal Order of EaglesJulie FreieChris & Johnnie FultonGaalaas OrthodonticsRobin & Tom GanglLuella GannarelliJason & Renae GarskiBob & Bonita Gernander4Investing in our CommunityGRANTS TO THECOMMUNITYDONATIONSRECEIVED 2.37 Million 3.58 MillionNUMBER OFGRANTSNUMBER OFDONORS956568NUMBER OFFUNDSASSETS283 25 MillionSCHOLARSHIPSAWARDEDNUMBER OFSCHOLARSHIPS 165,000139
The Itasca County COVID-19Community Response FundThe Itasca Area Community Response Fund is a collaborative eﬀortbetween the Grand Rapids Area Community Foundation, UnitedWay of 1000 Lakes and other community funders who cametogether to provide support to local nonproﬁts or other areaorganizations that work with people and communities that werenegatively impacted by the health and economic crisis of COVID-19.The fund supports the work of area nonproﬁt organizations who areproviding direct services to families, including access to food andsupplies, healthcare, childcare, housing, utilities, employment,transportation or other needs that arose because of the pandemic.There were four phases of funding that addressed both the acute,immediate needs, as well as the longer-term impacts of theoutbreak and recovery. The ﬁnal phase concluded in January 2021.NUMBER OF GRANTSISSUED TO AREANONPROFITS28GRANTS AWARDEDIN 2020 156,000Edge of the Wilderness Discovery CenterDale & Karen GessellCami & Tom GibbonsMary Jo GibbonsRenee GibbonsJames Phillip GibeauKara GilbertDonald GillmanSarah GioiaGlorvigen Tierney FamiliesGo Green Lawn Care MNJim & Deanna GordenWillet Gorham & Judith MullinsJulie & James GramGrand Itasca Clinic & HospitalMedical Staﬀ ContinuingMedical EducationGrand Itasca Clinic & HospitalGrand Itasca FoundationGrand Itasca Volunteer ServicesGrand Rapids AmateurHockey AssociationGrand Rapids & GreenwayVolleyballGrand Rapids Area FootballAssociationGrand Rapids EvangelicalFree Church Missions FundGrand Rapids Farmers MarketGrand Rapids Hockey GolfClassic FundGrand Rapids Kiwanis ClubGrand Rapids Public UtilitiesCommissionGrand Rapids State BankGrand Rapids Veterinary ClinicGrand Rapids Wellness CenterJohn GravesSydney GrayGreen Again Lawn & Aeration, IncRobert GreifzuKristin GrillBruce GrossGerald & Diane GrossWillard GrossellMerle & Joan GundermanRyan & Lucinda GundersonCricket GuyerPat & Tessie GuyerTom & Peggy HagenFrieda & Scott HallChristine HalversonHerb & Jean HalversonJohn G HalvorsenLeroy & Margie HalvorsenDale & Carolyn HankaMartin HansenBrian HansonFred & Margaret HarrisSusannah & Cress HartHawkinson Sand & GravelTerri HedblomChristopher & Jessica HenrichsenBradley & Emma HessRick HietalatiHill City Lions ClubJan & Kara HillZachary & Thersa HillmanDale & Deloris Hillstrom5
Denise Hintermeister GlarnerTerrance & Marcelyn HodderDon & Nell HoeyJames Edward HoeyFranklin & Elizabeth HoﬀmanBob & Patty HolycrossJim & Kathy HoolihanJean HoshalRobbie HoweJohn & Theresa HowreyDavid & Marilyn HroudaLarke Huntley & Lana BjorgumJoel & Jane HurleyJohn D. IlliesIron Country Electric & RepairItasca County DemocraticFarmer Labor PartyItasca Driftskipper SnowmobileClub, Inc.Itasca Reliable Insurance AgencyItasca Unitarian FellowshipMary & Mike IvesMartie & Wayne JacobsonDuane & Frances JedlenskiCarey JensenJerry Betzler Secure InsuranceLee & Mary Jo JessBrianna JohnsonCavour Johnson & Roberta SmidtGlenn & Jean JohnsonJ Curt Johnson& Jennifer A McInerneyJulie JohnsonKurt & Kathy JohnsonLawrence Johnson& Catherine DaviesLisa JohnsonNancy JohnsonShawn & Tammy JohnsonSusan JohnsonThomas & Rita JohnsonWilliam JohnsonJeanne JondreauJames & Beverly JonesPeter & Barbara JonesBernadine JoselynTerence & Janice KangasKaren KarlsKeewatin SinclairKEGO TownshipKelly KellarDaniel KellyVicki KemppainenGeorge & Carolyn KernkampKathy Kimball-HuntJames KingGabriel & Kambri KingbirdDarla & Kent KirwinKelly KirwinWade L KlennertRonald & Amy KoebkeKevin & Ann KoetzJudith & John KolbLloyd & Amber KongsjordSteven & Shana KongsjordCorey KosakChuck KossBecca Krause6The Itasca CountySharing FundThe Itasca County Sharing Fund was started at the Grand RapidsArea Community Foundation in 2010. The purpose of this fund is toprovide crisis funding for families, children and individuals in theItasca County area. Because of the global COVID-19 pandemic, localdonors generously increased the funding for the Itasca CountySharing Fund due to the increased need in this area.NUMBER OFGRANTS ISSUED213GRANTS AWARDED 101,000
New Funds17NEW FUND SPOTLIGHT“Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will notturn from it,” Proverbs 22:6. This was a favorite Bible verse of ArdellSimonson, a Grand Rapids native who passed away in July 2020after dedicating his life to educating young people. Ardell’s sisters,Betty (Jim) Wass and LuElla McDowell recently established ascholarship fund in Ardell’s honor at the Grand Rapids AreaCommunity Foundation. The Ardell Simonson Memorial Scholarshipis for Itasca County area students that intend to obtain a degree inElementary Education.Betty Wass says Ardell was a man who started out with nothing anddidn’t do a lot of things for himself throughout his life, but he savedwhat he had and was able to leave a legacy for young people. Hewas always helping and serving others – it’s “just who he was.” Thisscholarship for young students to pursue their dream of getting anElementary Education degree would have been exactly what hewanted.Jim and Betty Wass, LuElla McDowell,and Susan Lynch of GRACFBetty Wass, Ardell Simonson andLuElla McDowellAdam KrookAndrew S KuehnRichard & Jennifer KyllanderL&M Supply - Grand RapidsChari LaDuke-ClarkLadyslipper FundDavid & Kathryn LaFondLake Country Furniture, Inc.Lake Country PowerJon & Rochelle LangloisMariah LaPatkaRebecca LaPlantBob & Kim LaReauDawn Renae LarsonJane LatimerLatvala LumberMary Jane & Robert LatvalaTerrance & Kathleen LaValleLeech Lake HousingMichael & Martha LentzDon & Sandra LeyDavid & Susan LickLidahl Dental P. C.Becky LienDonald & Judith LindOrville & Donna LindMarlene LofranoDonna Lovinger-SipeMark LueckSusan & Chris LynchMak LynnKent & Judy MacAlpineJean MacDonellMolly F MacGregorMackey Auto RepairTheresa MajorAngie MaKarrallTimothy MandelDiane & Bruce MangsethSamantha MankovichManns TheatreMaple Woods, Inc.Margaret A. Cargill FoundationCynthia & Daniel MargoKatie MarshallJim & Cheryl MartinettoDavid & Sharon MartyMatteson L&MDel & Jessi MattesonShawn, Kristi, & DuncanMattesonTerry & Muggs MattesonBetsy McBrideTom & Leanna McBridePeter & Charlotte McDermottLuElla McDowellBryan & Karin McGinnisMcGregor Baking Co. & Cafe IncJack & Mary MargaretMcMahonLinsey McMurrinMDHA - Central MinnesotaChapterMDHA - Des Moines ValleyChapterMDHA - Jim Jordan ChapterMDHA - Riceland WhitetailsChapter7
MDHA - Snake River ChapterMDIPatrick & Donna MedureSonja MerrildArthur L MerrillMargaret Merrill & Paul LundquistFrank MerryPatricia J MesterIsaac MeyerMidwest Values PAC QualiﬁedMulticandidate CommitteeIrene MikkelsonMarsha Miller and John ChellMillersberg ConstructionLoree MiltichMinnesota Power FoundationMinuteman PressMiskovich Dental ClinicJoe & Sue MiskovichCleanna (Niki) MistelskeJames & Mary Ann MongeTeresa MorrisonThomas & Patricia MortensonLori MossLisa M MuellerRobert & Janey MuirheadJohn & Mary Ann MuldoonMark & Judi MunroeKristian MyersNAMINashwauk TownshipNelson Wood ShimsJ. Thomas Nelson & Janet RajalaJerome & Patricia NelsonSandra NelsonThomas NelsonThomas & Marilyn NewmanHolly & Mike NewtonNielsen Builders, IncMike & Dar NielsenNistler Plumbing & Heating, Inc.Mark NohreGregory NordstromNorth Homes IncNorthern Minnesota BuildersAssociationNorthland Lions ClubNorthview BankMindy & Jon NuhringJohn & Patricia NystuenBruce & Karen OgleKelly OhmanMichael & Joan OjaAudra OlsonChad OlsonElizabeth Sawdey OlsonKenneth R. OlsonLarry & Carol OlsonLarry & Michelle OlsonMarybeth OlsonSara D OlsonJerry & Molli OphovenW. Fred OttThomas & Annette PagelRoberta R PalenPaul Bunyan CommunicationsSarah Pecore8New Grant SpotlightReif Dance CompanyEndowed ScholarshipThe Reif Dance Company has had a scholarship fund at the GrandRapids Area Community Foundation and every year the fund wouldaward scholarships to Reif Dance students for their education posthigh school. However, without continued donations the fund wasstarting to diminish. Then in 2020, something wonderful happened.Jerry and Shirley Miner, local citizens who are highlycommunity-minded and always thinking philanthropically, decidedthat they were interested in growing the Reif Dance CompanyScholarship Fund. They had four grandchildren who had been inReif Dance and knew what a beneﬁt Reif Dance was to thosegrandchildren. In February of 2020, Jerry and Shirley donated 100,000 to create the Reif Dance Company Endowed Scholarship.This means that the Reif Dance Company Scholarships will beavailable to Reif Dance Company students for the foreseeablefuture. Thank you, Jerry and Shirley Miner!
Scholarship SpotlightSarah Jensen—Recipient of the Dr. andMrs. Kelly Scholarship Awards MedicalScholarship 2020“My story is one of which I am very proud. Iam a wife and a mother of three beautifulchildren. I have worked very hard to bewhere I am today. I was born and raisedhere in Grand Rapids and in 2008, aftergraduating high school, I moved to the TwinCities. I worked full-time, and was in schoolfull-time. I had to put my education on holdin 2012 when I had my ﬁrst child. Life was astruggle; I had to work many jobs to supportus. I decided that I needed to make achange and challenged myself to get backto school to provide a better life for my daughter. I started classes thatspring at Dakota County Technical College. That fall was when I met mynow husband and moved back to Grand Rapids where I enrolled in thePractical Nursing Program at Itasca Community College.I now work at KOOTASCA Community Action and I am proud to be ableto help support my community in the way my community supportedme. I am back in school and ﬁnishing my prerequisites for the RNprogram at Northwest Technical College. My goal is to become aLicensed Public Health Nurse and School Nurse. I want to use myeducation and skills to help my community by ﬁnding more resourcesand access to routine medical care and help in the ﬁght to end povertyand homelessness.I want to keep setting an example for my kids that, no matter yourcircumstances, with hard work and dedication you can overcomeanything. I want them to remember watching me walk in my graduationceremony and be proud of who their mother is and where she camefrom, and what it took to get there.”Dr. and Mrs. Kelly Scholarship Awards Medical ScholarshipsThe Dr. and Mrs. Robert Kelly Scholarship was establishedin May of 1999 to support local adults interested inpursuing and continuing education in the medical ﬁeld.Many people remember and love Dr. and Mrs. Robert Kellyand can fondly picture them walking through Grand ItascaClinic or the old Hospital. Kelly Kirwin, former ExecutiveDirector of the Grand Itasca Foundation notes, “We are sopleased to be able to bring the legacy of Donna and Dr.Kelly full circle – every year - through Grand Itasca.Because we have a scholarship at the CommunityFoundation, we can honor the life and legacy of the Kellys,provide for better educated and trained professionals atthe clinic and hospital, and support our local workforce andfamilies, right here in rural Minnesota.”Thomas & Kathy PeltierRay & Mary Helen PeltonDelores PelusoPengilly Booster ClubJustin & Lindsey PerataloPatti PerreaultPatrick & Candace PerryKelli PetersCarl Peterson& NicoleWiekamp-PetersonD. Scott & Jeri PetersonMyrna PetersonHope PhillipsBrian & Jodi PiekarskiJohn & Barbara PilneyJudy PittackPlackner Tree CarePlaisted CompaniesSatrina PowersFrank PrawerDaniel & Molly ProkottArianne PykeQuality Refrigeration &Heating, Inc.Roger & Nancy RalstonRange Bottle and Gas CoJennifer RaushelNancy RaymondBerenice E ReaderNaj RegguintiChristopher & Kathleen ReillyMichelle & Roman ReisRichard & Mary ReynoldsArdis RhoadesFred & Kristan RiceKen & Jeanne RickerRandy RiosMary RitterWilliam & Patti RiviereRK Construction Services, Inc.Petra RodriquezRon's Korner MarketRoss ResoursesRotary Club of Grand RapidsStan & Nancy RothJohn & Rose RothsteinRound Lake Resort & Bar LLCJanice RourkRowe Funeral HomeWendy & Denny RoyJoe RubadoJohn & Kathleen RubeshFrank & Jean RussBill RutherfordDavid and Susan RuzekMichael RuzekJonathan M RyanSaint Paul & MinnesotaFoundationRobert J SalmiJan SandbergBarb SandersonWilliam & Catherine SaywardKate SchaefersSandy SchildtWilliam & Keller Jean SchmidBud & Therese Schneider9
Kendall SchoolmeesterSchroeder Family DentistryTodd & K SchultzEric and Amy SchulzSCI BroadbandRuth SejnohaBryan & Danielle SergotDaryl & Janice SeversHolly SeversonRobert & Carole ShanklandCharlie & Judy ShermanGeorge & Cathryn ShieldsMandi ShimekShelby N ShinabargarBroc & Abby SiemsMary Beth SigfriniusTeresa SimetkoskySara A SimmonsChad & Dana SimonsMaira SimonsonAnne SitekMary Claire SitekTim & Barb SkellyKaren A SkrabaLewis SmileyGwenn SmithKenneth & Patricia SmithLoren & Joan SolbergDonita SoucekDennis & Janice SowadaCurtis SparksDoroth SpawnKevin & Caroline SpringerTheodore & Darlene SquillaceMark & Barb StaﬀordPaul & Anne StaﬀordAnn & Tom StanleyStar of the North LionsState of Minnesota - IRRRJim StauﬀJacqueline Joanne SteeleJessica SterleRyan & Kristine StishStone Axe Giving FundDaniel & Mary StrandMary & Don StreufertRichard & Harriet SuomalaSuperior Fuel CompanyKaryn SurfaceVicki Lynn SutherlandTim SwansonTamarack Pest ControlLynda TarbuckGina TennisonLinnea TennisonThe Evergreen FoundationThe Loyal Order of MooseRussell & Betty ThompsonThrivent ChoiceWilliam & Jeanne TixAnne TofteRobert & Karen TokBrian & Cynthia TomsMandy TranAmy TrastAJ & Lisa TroumblyDavid & Theresa Troumbly10The Grand Rapids Area Community Foundation houses ﬁveCommunity Funds. Community Funds are permanent endowmentfunds designated to support and provide positive impact in aspeciﬁc community for the long-term. These Community Fundsenjoy the beneﬁt of the Community Foundation’s investmentpolicies and practices to ensure that the Fund can keep beneﬁtingtheir community into the future. These funds provide a way forpeople and businesses with a passion for their community to giveback; to ensure that community stays a great place to live, work andplay. You can learn more about each Community Fund by going toour website www.gracf.org and clicking on Area Funds.
Board of Directors 2020The Board of Directors of the Grand Rapids Area CommunityFoundation assure that the Foundation’s resources are usedeﬀectively and eﬃciently to accomplish our mission and vision.Rhett Johnson,ChairCynthia Margo,Chair ElectKathy Dodge,SecretaryKelly Kirwin,Past ChairKelly KabotoﬀIsaac MeyerKristian Myers,Vice ChairAmy Trast,TreasurerShannon Benolken Steve BurggrafJerry OphovenDerek & Betty TroumblyMichael & Debra TroumblyPaula & Jeﬀ TroumblyJames Rudolph TuorilaTroy & Melissa UgrichPaul & Judy UllandUPM Blandin Paper CompanyUS BankRochelle Van Den HeuvelSonya VarinWayne & Linda VaughnBarb & Doug VeitSteve Venema & Pat JorstadVerta CorporationDon VidalJim & Robin VogenNorman & Elizabeth VoightLaura G VonbuschNaomi WaisanenGary & Barbara WarrenCharlene WashburnJames & Betty WassBilly WatersJeanne & Judd WatsonTerry & Diane WeberMelissa WeidendorfWest Range StorageJoseph & Judith WhalenWheeler AssociatesMark & Michelle WhiteWhite Birch FundNicole WibergRobert & Virginia WickmanNicholas WilcoxNoah & Julie WilcoxSteven & Vickie WilcoxLisa WileyPaul WilkenMichael WilkinsRoger & Ann WillWilley's MarineLaura WingateBarbara J WojciakWoodland BankJerald & Hannah WrightYellowstone Log Homes ofMcGregorAmy YontsDennis & Carol YoungJohn & Ann ZappiaBrian ZimmerJulie Wilcox11
What are you passionate about?Where will you make your mark?Whose lives will you touch?We hope you were inspired by this report and we invite you to call us at the GrandRapids Area Community Foundation to help you plan your legacy of giving. We arehere to answer questions and would like to connect with donors, advisors andanyone interested in making this area a better place to work and live. For moreinformation, please visit our website www.gracf.org.And We Thank YouWe know that you love our community as much as we do. We thank you for thecountless ways you give back each and every day.From the StaﬀSusan Lynch, Executive DirectorMindy Nuhring, Chief Development OﬃcerBrianna Spry, Program AdministratorCathy Sayward, Administrative AssistantGrand Rapids Area Community Foundation350 NW 1st Avenue, Suite EGrand Rapids, MN 55744218-999-9100www.gracf.org
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