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New Resources on Leadership And Advocacy Share Learnings From Hurricane Recovery

In the aftermath of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita five years ago, the Foundation for the Mid South saw a strategic niche where we could add value to long-term recovery efforts: helping to strengthen leadership and […]

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Loaned Executives in the Rebuilding of New Orleans

The Loaned Executives:  Financing loaned executives for the City of New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina to provide specific expertise and to institutionalize systems and processes geared toward long-term sustainability.

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Foundation For The Mid South Model Cited By Navy Secretary For Proposed Gulf Oil Spill Recovery Nonprofit

Navy Secretary Ray Mabus recently recommended Congress use a share of BP fines for restoring the Gulf Coast, specifically environmental, economic, and health impacts stemming from the oil spill. Mabus released his report to Congress on the […]

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Grantee Spotlight: Gulf Coast Women’s Center for Nonviolence

After Hurricane Katrina, the Foundation provided operations funding to help the Center expand its services to women and children and to help it meets its budget challenges due to declining federal and state support as […]

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Helping Families Make Good Financial Decisions

Thomas and Tisha Arnold of Helena, Arkansas, are quick to tell people that they invested in their family’s future by purchasing a home and building equity and wealth.  The Arnolds enrolled in Southern Good Faith […]

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Wealth Building Priority

The Foundation for the Mid South’s Wealth Building efforts enable families to build financial security in Arkansas, Louisiana, and Mississippi.

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