Richard And Maude Ferry Foundation


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The Foundation was created by the co-founder of Korn Ferry International, the executive human capital solutions firm. The co-founder and his wife seek to share the blessings God as bestowed on their lives through the generous support of works that further the mission of the Catholic Church, protect the dignity of human life, advance innovative health care, and improve the quality of life within communities that have been home to their family. Grants supporting the Catholic Church?s mission and those that support institutions that advance the work of the Catholic Church, including lay groups that promote Catholic values, especially in the areas of education, health care, and aiding troubled and disadvantaged persons are eligible to apply. Grants that support protecting the dignity of human life fund programs that promote the sanctity of life and respect for the most vulnerable human beings, including unborn children, the disabled, the elderly, and the terminally ill. Advancing innovative health care grants support research related to treating Alzheimer?s disease and related conditions, and to support programs that care for persons and families who are coping with these challenges. Community quality of life grants support programs in the arts, education, and cultural opportunities in communities of interest, with a focus on the greater Seattle and Lost Angeles metropolitan areas. Letters of inquiry are the first step in the application process. Additional information can be found on the Web site.

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