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Crummer Grad Starts Nonprofit to Help Foster Families
Located in Central Florida, Legacy’s Gift provides a range of supplies to ensure foster children have what they need to thrive in their new homes.
Crummer’s Edyth Bush Institute Expands Impact Beyond Central Florida with Custom Programming
Center leverages a long-standing relationship with Clay County’s Paul E. and Klare N. Reinhold Foundation to reach more than 100 organizations.
With an End to the Pandemic in Sight, Edyth Bush Institute Helps Nonprofits Position Themselves for a Redefined Future
The Crummer Center for Excellence is pleased to welcome Min Sun Kim as the interim executive director for the Edyth Bush Institute, taking over from recently-retired Gary Blanchette.
Crummer’s Edyth Bush Institute Helping Nonprofits Pivot, Innovate to Survive Pandemic
Institute’s pandemic assessment finds that over two-thirds of nonprofits surveyed only have up to six months of operating capacity.
Edyth Bush Institute: Central Florida Nonprofit Sector is Strong, Still Work to be Done
Annual Compensation & Benefits Report issued by Crummer’s Edyth Bush Institute shows area nonprofits have growing wages, higher operating budgets—but challenges remain.
Crummer Alumna Leverages Social Entrepreneurship Class to Secure Major Grant for Bach Festival Society
Jolene Patrou '18MBA credits Dr. Mary Conway Dato-on’s social entrepreneurship class for helping her receive a significant grant from the Elizabeth Morse Genius Foundation.
Edyth Bush Institute’s Margaret Linnane Leaves Her Mark on Central Florida Nonprofit Sector
With 15 years of service and an official recognition at the annual National Philanthropy Day breakfast, Margaret Linnane '76 '96MBA has made her mark on the Central Florida nonprofit sector.