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The Rupert Dunklau Foundation
DescriptionThe Foundation exists to glorify God and serve his gracious will by providing financial resources for the varied ministries related to the Lutheran tradition, especially the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, educational entities of the Lutheran Church, and appropriate projects that promote the welfare of mankind. Priority will be given to grant requests that help the Foundation realize its three main goals: faith strengthening, Lutheran education, and health and human care. Faith strengthening grants support processes, efforts, and programs of ministries that strengthen, enhance, and embolden participants and their families to share their Christian faith in His Gospel message, lived as well as spoken. Grant requests from Lutheran entities and organizations in the upper Midwest may receive favorable priority. Lutheran education grants support processes, efforts, and programs of ministries that engage people in furthering their education and continued learning opportunities, enabling them to become of greater service in meeting the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual needs of people. The Web site has a list of priorities for Lutheran education grants. Health and human care grants supports processes, efforts, and programs of ministries that take collaborative and results-oriented approaches that address the varied needs of people in His Church and the communities they serve, thus promoting the welfare of mankind. The Foundation has two deadlines annually: March 31 and Aug. 31. Additional information can be found on the Web site.
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