Posted by on Nov 11, 2016 in Blog

 

Huffington Post Blog by Untours Foundation Director Elizabeth Killough

 

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When the heater gave out at Broad Street Ministry last December at the start of the Philadelphia winter, it should have meant an end to that non-profit’s weekly hospitality to hundreds of people without homes. Non-profits typically don’t have $250,000 in the ready for such emergencies. But instead, Laura Kind McKenna organized two foundations that she is part of to provide a joint loan. Both foundations had given grants to BSM in the past, knew the organization well, and understood that this was a critical investment for BSM and one that matched their own missions.                            READ MORE.

 

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