• Inspiring New Conservationists

    The Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation supports Learning Adventure Programs at The Conservancy of Southwest Florida.

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  • Making an Impact

    "This is just a heartfelt expression of what our family can do to help others ...”

    - Richard M. Schulze

     

  • Making an Impact 

    Way to Grow's goal is to make children "great by 8" and they're doing it!

    Here's how.

     

  • Making an Impact

    Over 350 students had more time in reading and math last summer at Hope Academy -- including eight of their ten twins pictured here!

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  • Making an Impact

    Parenting with Purpose provides imprisoned fathers and mothers with classes focused on parenting, education and support. Their work benefits more than 15,000 Minnesota children whose parents are incarcerated.

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Spring 2018 Cycle LOI Submission
October 30, 2017
LOI Submission Deadline
November 27, 2017
If invited, application deadline
December 22, 2017

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Who We Are

The Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation began its work in 2004 with the charge from its founder to support transformational change for the benefit of mankind. The Foundation has consistently directed its primary efforts and resources toward matters of importance in human & social services, education, and health & medicine. It continues to do so today with a focus on investments that produce specific and measurable outcomes with a geographic emphasis on the Twin Cities (Minnesota) seven-county metropolitan area and Lee and Collier counties in Florida.  In all of its activities, the foundation embraces its founder’s beliefs in the value of innovation and in improving the lives of middle- and working-class families.

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