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.
The Endless Feast brings together local farmers, food artisans, food lovers and star chefs, to explore the connection between the land and the food on our plates. Episodes feature dinners staged in beautiful outdoor locations, […]
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 […]
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 […]
PRESS RLEASE The Aspen Institute and the McNulty Foundation announced Hope Credit Union CEO Bill Bynum and HOPE won the sixth annual John P. McNulty Prize (Jackson, MS – October 22, 2013) The […]
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 […]