Andrus Family Philanthropy Program

The Board of Directors of the Surdna Foundation launched the Andrus Family Philanthropy Program (AFPP) in January, 2000 to engage and involve its larger family, in particular its younger generations, in philanthropy and public service. The program includes the Andrus Family Fund which was established to provide opportunities for younger family members to learn about and participate in organized philanthropy.

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Social Justice Toolkit for Young People

Posted on November 28, 2017 by Andrus Family Philanthropy Program

Created by the Andrus Family Philanthropy Program, the goal of this interactive toolkit is to inspire and cultivate the next generation of social justice philanthropy leaders. By completing modules that cover topics such as racial equity, oppressive systems, and philanthropic traditions, young people will acquire the tools they need to create a more just future. CLICK HERE to explore and… Read More

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