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Minnesota Council on Foundations


Published on December 3, 2014

GIVING BY SUBCATEGORY The Margaret A. Cargill Foundation granted funds to 34 colleges and universities in 2011; these same institutions received funding in 2012, but in smaller amounts. 44% 18% 11% 2% <1% $306.8M <1% 2010 2011 2012  %Change%Change  GrantDollarsGrantDollarsfrom2010GrantDollarsfrom2011 Elementary/Secondary Education $107,276,731 $118,165,637 10% $135,771,775 15% Student Services & Organizations of Students $56,225,428 $60,204,416 7% $74,528,108 24% Higher Education & Professional Schools $58,180,347 $100,974,931 74% $54,204,851 -46% Other Education $37,966,637 $38,367,034 1% $34,109,524 -11% Libraries/Library Science $8,778,710 $13,875,756 58% $7,268,693 -48% Adult/Continuing Education $625,699 $461,570 -26% $462,360 0% Vocational/Technical Schools $280,451 $134,824 -52% $428,166 218% Total $269,334,003 $332,184,167 23% $306,773,477 -8% Subcategory 2010 2011 2012 %Change%Change  GrantDollarsGrantDollarsfrom2010GrantDollarsfrom2011 Private $73,609,394 $121,608,277 65% $78,390,447 -36% Corporate $154,258,441 $177,138,254 15% $188,383,300 6% Community/Public $41,466,167 $33,437,636 -19% $40,011,730 20% Total $269,334,003 $332,184,167 23% $306,785,477 -8% Type EDUCATION 2014 GIVING IN Searchingformoredetails?Viewthefull Giving in Minnesota, 2014 Edition, reportatmcf.org/researchorcontactMCFat research@mcf.org or 612.338.1989. GIVING BY GRANTMAKER TYPE Many community/public foundations increased their education giving in 2012, causing the rise in giving by this foundation type.