’Tis the season for annual reports, Part II

The second annual report I was happy to be involved with is from Ampersand Families — according to their website, “Minnesota’s only nonprofit agency focused solely on meeting the permanency needs of older youth (age 10 years and older) and sibling groups in the child welfare system.”

I had learned about Ampersand Families through my work with The Power of 100 – Twin Cities, a giving circle that was able to donate more than $27,000 to the charity in 2016 with the help of a matching grant from the Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation.

I was pleased to be able to partner again with Cornerstone Copy Center and Wendy Wehr.

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