The Morgridge Family Foundation (MFF) invests in leaders and organizations that are reimagining solutions to some of today’s biggest challenges. The problems of the 21st century can’t be compartmentalized. Neither can MFF’s work. By bringing different sectors to the table, the foundation creates meaningful connections that foster innovation as a vehicle for systematic change. MFF offers vision, community, and resources to support a network of partners achieving their profound impact.Get To Know Us
At MFF, we approach giving differently. Rather than being bound to what was done before, we look at philanthropy as an active, collaborative opportunity to move great solutions forward.
Carrie Morgridge shares her Chief Disruptor approach to giving in a recent TEDx talk, Four Pillars of Philanthropy.Watch Her Here
Robert Doar was recently announced as the president and Morgridge Scholar of the American Enterprise Institute (AEI). In 2014 MFF selected Robert as the Morgridge Fellow in Poverty Studies at AEI. The profound impact of Robert’s poverty and mobility research shaped public policy that improved millions of lives across the country and earned his position as president. He is an example of how MFF finds strong leaders and invests in their development.Learn About Our Partners
A transformative gift changes the trajectory of an organization to make an exponential impact possible. At MFF, we use the term transformative gift on a daily basis. It is a North Star that guides the investments we make. And yet, it is a term that usually elicits a polite nod, blank stare, or the follow-up question, “What does that mean?” In this article, we’ll define what a transformative gift is and point out key factors that differentiate it from other types of philanthropy.Read more
MFF understands our partners’ needs don’t end when a check is written. That’s why we provide strategy support, editorial opportunities, and network connections.Learn About Us
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An exclusive chat with Carrie about giving her TEDx talk.
John and Carrie Morgridge founded the Student Support Foundation (SSF)…