Charitable grants from the Murdock Trust enrich the lives of Northwest citizens
The M. J. Murdock Charitable Trust seeks to enrich the quality of life in the Pacific Northwest by providing grants and enrichment programs to nonprofit organizations that seek to strengthen the region's educational, spiritual, and cultural base in creative and sustainable ways.
Spring 2015 Communications Report
The Trust approved 51 grants totaling more than $11 million in our spring grants meeting. Read the Spring 2015 Communications Report.
Celebrating the Retirements of Bart Hadder and Sheila Flannigan
This summer we honor two amazing people who have retired from the Trust. Bart Hadder served as a program director for 14 years, directed the Partners in Science program, and handled many of the K-12 and Christian Camping grants. Sheila Flannigan served first as receptionist, then as program assistant for 23 years, working in every facet of the grants program, coordinating and managing events, and contributing to many of the Trust's enrichment programs. We can't thank them enough for their years of outstanding work. If you would like to write a note of congratulations to either Bart or Sheila, please click here, and we will pass it along to them.