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Foundation offers State $1 million to create public-private partnership
By Lee Roper-Batker, CEO, Women’s Foundation of MN
Last week, the Women’s Foundation of Minnesota offered the state $1 million — the largest grant we’ve ever authorized — as part of a public-private partnership to end child sex trafficking. When Gov. Mark Dayton signed the Safe Harbor for Sexually Exploited Youth Act into law in July 2011, it created two sea changes. Read more…
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IT’S A BRAND NEW DAY – 2013 is a HUGE year of growth and change for the Women’s Foundation of Minnesota: we officially turn 30 in October, and on May 11, we move into a brand new office space in the Crown Roller Building! We recognized that these events provided the perfect opportunity to launch a new website and review our brand to see if it strongly and accurately communicated who we are today and what we aspire to be in the future.