Burton D. Morgan Foundation
The Foundation, founded in 1967 with a donation of stock from the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, is dedicated to the preservation of the free enterprise system. The Foundation focuses its entrepreneurship grantmaking in three areas: youth, collegiate, and adult. At the youth level, the Foundation actively promotes classroom-based and experiential entrepreneurship activities ranging from business plan competitions to lemonade stands to student trade shows. Collegiate entrepreneurship grants support programs at Northeast Ohio’s private and public colleges and universities that create opportunities for college students to learn about and experience entrepreneurship. Adult entrepreneurship grants work to help strengthen the entrepreneurial network in Ohio. The Foundation also supports a variety of education, arts and culture, social service, and civic activities in its home community of Hudson, Ohio. Online letters of inquiry may be submitted at any time for grant requests of $20,000 or less. Additional information can be found on the Web site.
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