Nagel Foundation awards grants to 24 organizations
The John F. Nagel Foundation is pleased to announce it awarded grants to 24 organizations for 31 different programs for 2018.
The foundation awarded grant amounts in the following categories to meet its mission of funding areas of great basic needs:
Great basic needs: 46%
Medical needs: 18%
Youth programs: 17%
Nursing scholarships: 12%
Education programs: 6%
Top recipients include: Boise State University, the Boise Rescue Mission, Salvation Army of Ada County, Canyon County Community Clinic, Genesis Community Health, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwest Idaho, Interfaith Sanctuary, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, the Warhawk Air Museum and Boys and Girls Clubs of Ada County.
The foundation board strives to have its funding reach intended recipients as directly as possible.
The Nagel Foundation's Community Impact
The John F. Nagel Foundation's approach to granting provides a measurable impact to the community. Within the realm of its mission, the foundation has prioritized four categories: basic needs, youth programming, education and medical needs.
Listed below are examples of our financial support in the areas of our focus:
Over $1 million:
- Boise State University scholarships
- Boise Rescue Mission
- Salvation Army
- Boys and Girls Clubs
- Big Brothers Big Sisters
- Warhawk Air Museum
- Society of St. Vincent de Paul
- Muscular Dystrophy Asssociation camp
- Women's and Children's Alliance
- Canyon County Community Clinic
- Genesis Community Health
- Interfaith Sanctuary
2017 NAGEL FOUNDATION GRANT RECIPIENTS
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