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Rose Community Foundation has been working for many years to help make nonprofit organizations more sustainable. One way we do that is through endowment fund services.
Margery Goldman loved many things about her husband Marvin Naiman, a successful real estate developer and investor who died in 2005. So in 2011, she established a donor-advised fund at Rose Community Foundation called the Papa Marv Fund to honor the name Marvin was called by his grandkids.
We spoke with Julie Shaffer, executive director of the Oreg Foundation, about the benefits of collaborative funding. Oreg is a long-time funding partner with Rose Community Foundation, having joined us in supporting several strategic initiatives.
The Living Legacy Tapestry, created in 2012, recognizes and honors the Foundation’s legacy donors, individuals who have included Rose Community Foundation in their estate plans. The Tapestry is an artistic archive of the values and experiences that have informed their philanthropy and dedication to community.