Catherine Stine - The Stine Group, Alexandria MN

Catherine Stine - The Stine Group, Alexandria MN 

Alexandria, Minn. –The Alexandria Area Community Foundation (AACF) announced today the election of Catherine Stine to serve on the board of directors, effective July 1. Stine is principal of The Stine Group, a consultancy whose mission is “to establish environments where people to do their best work". The Stine Group assists organizations in strategic plans, business development and grants development. (photo below)

In addition, current board members Bill Flaig and Paula Jackson were elected to serve a third three-year term while Tom Anderson will serve a second three-year term.

The board of directors governs the Alexandria Area Community Foundation, conducts development activities, approves grant decisions and works to engage people, connect resources and build community.

The Alexandria Area Community Foundation (AACF) in affiliation with CommunityGiving, is a public charity that attracts and administers charitable funds for the benefit of the local community. Since 1992, AACF has grown to over $3.3 million in assets and awarded over $2.9 million in grants to nonprofits. CommunityGiving is a collaboration of community foundations united under a single framework to create efficiencies that maximize the impact of our donors. The core foundations working with CommunityGiving include the Alexandria Area Community Foundation, the Brainerd Lakes Area Community Foundation, the Central Minnesota Community Foundation and the Willmar Area Community Foundation. Collectively, CommunityGiving administers more than 700 funds totaling more than $140 million.

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