This month Dana Miller, senior program director for the M.J. Murdock Charitble Trust, will be in Alaska to meet nonprofit leaders and share information on the Trust's investment in the state.
Since 1975 the Trust has invested almost $650 million into nonprofit organizations in the form of grants and enrichment programs. Jack Murdock’s desire to “nurture and enrich the educational, spiritual, cultural, and social lives of individuals, families, and communities" continues to be reflected in grants, enrichment programs, and all of the Trust’s activities. As senior program director for grant programs, Dana is responsible for providing leadership and oversight for the Trust’s grant programs.
Dana is excited to meet the Alaska nonprofit community at gatherings in Anchorage, Juneau, and Fairbanks and through a statewide teleconference.
His schedule is as follows:
Monday, March 16 -- 9:00-10:30am
Meeting with Anchorage area nonprofits & statewide teleconference
Campfire Conference Room/GoToMeeting
Monday, March 16 -- 4:00-5:00pm
Meeting with Fairbanks area nonprofits
Fairbanks Community Hospital Foundation
Tuesday, March 17 -- 10:30 am to noon
Meeting with Juneau area nonprofits
Juneau Extended Stay Hotel Conference Room
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