GFF is committed to working with nonprofit agencies and community leaders on projects that engage and empower under-served communities. These projects must involve the people it seeks to benefit without imposing upon their dignity or rights.
The foundation looks for programs that show potential for and have developed long-term plans to sustain and expand their efforts by diversifying their donor base and seeking matching funds.
GFF supports and encourages the development of new and creative ways to respond to long-standing social problems.
All projects and programs supported by the Green Family Foundation must provide ongoing progress reports and final evaluation documenting the people served and funds allocated.
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