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Greek Life at the University of Louisiana Monroe Spotlights Kenneth Tramble

We’re thrilled that our very own board member and past grantee, Kenneth Tramble, was spotlighted by the University of Louisiana Monroe’s National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC)! Here’s the post from Greek Life at the University of […]

MDHS Offers Water Bill Assistance to Mississippi Families

The COVID-19 pandemic has created unprecedented challenges for households across the state of Mississippi. From high unemployment rates to business closures, Mississippi households have faced a myriad of challenges that may affect their financial stability.  […]

Public Allies Mississippi Interns Inspired to Help Their Community

The 2017-2018 Public Allies Mississippi cohort has been busy. The now seven-member cohort, working in Jackson and in Oxford, meets alternating Fridays at the Foundation for the Mid South office in Jackson to reflect as […]

Foundation for the Mid South Announces 2017-2018 Public Allies Mississippi Interns

The Foundation for the Mid South has selected eleven native Mississippians to join the 2017-2018 cohort of Public Allies Mississippi. Brandy Nichols, Jada Bass, Kristopher Thigpen, Silas Delaware III, and Deonte Cheeks, all from Jackson, […]

Foundation Featured on MPB’s “Mississippi Edition”

Making Mississippi’s communities better, one community at a time. Mississippi Public Broadcasting’s interviewed Cris Crothers, Communications Director on “Mississippi Edition” about the Foundation for the Mid South’s approach to community development and our Community of Opportunities work […]

Collaboration Yields Community Vision and Marketing Plan

Sometimes Progress Requires a Leap of Faith When Bill Crump received similar emails from different organizations in the small Delta community of Greenwood, Mississippi, he thought there should be a more effective way to share […]