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The trustees award 17 grants valued at $1.8 million that will support the work of organizations throughout the South and beyond.

Moving 1,000 People Out of Poverty Every 1,000 Days – November 2013

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As Florida Medicaid Moves To Total Managed-Care, Careful Oversight Is Urged

A new issue brief outlines the details of Florida’s newly approved Medicaid managed-care program and analyzes what it will mean for Floridians going forward.

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Three Virginia Schools Collaborate with USGS Monitoring Water Quality

With support from the Jessie Ball duPont Fund, Randolph-Macon College, Washington & Lee University and Virginia Commonwealth University will collaborate with the U.S. Geological Survey to improve water quality monitoring along the James River.

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Financing Sustainable Energy Projects at Small Liberal Arts Colleges

The Jessie Ball duPont Fund offers a new publication to help higher education leaders think about creative ways to finance energy conservation initiatives.

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Disaster Response Guide Identifies Optimal Roles For Philanthropy

In the wake of devastating storms in the upper Midwest, the Jessie Ball duPont Fund offers its philanthropic colleagues Creating Order from Chaos – a guide to disaster preparedness and response.

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Fund Helps Museum, Orchestra Test New Programs, Audiences

Jessie Ball duPont Fund is helping The Florida Orchestra and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Jacksonville explore new programming and reach new audiences.

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Iowa Free Clinic Helps The Uninsured by Brightening Smiles, Improving Health Care

Through a partnership with a Catholic parish, the Jessie Ball duPont Fund is improving the health of thousands of uninsured residents in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

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In Recent Public Addresses Fund’s President Articulates Challenges Facing the Sector

In remarks delivered in Delaware and Florida during September, Fund President Sherry Magill applied her typically straightforward perspective to articulating some of the nonprofit sector’s most pressing challenges.

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