•  

     

    The Foundation-sponsored Collier County Assessment is complete.

    Read the issue papers that followed the assessment here.

     

  • Advice to Schulze Scholars

    "Partnership and teamwork! Lean in to the importance of building partnerships in your college experience.”

    - Richard M. Schulze

    More about Scholars

     

  • Making an Impact 

    RMSFF Program Officer, Charlie Keffer delivers "Golden Plate" representing the one millionth meal provided by grantee, Loaves and Fishes.

    Read more.

     


  • RMSFF's matching grant check to Spare Key will help Spare Key reach their goal of providing housing assistance to 73 percent of their applicants. (Left, Mike Zumwinkle RMSFF program officer, and Erich Mische, Spare Key executive director. 

    Read About Their Impact Here

     

     

     

Applications

Grants
Fall 2019 Cycle LOIs
Opens April 22, 2019
Fall 2019 LOI Deadline
Friday, May 10, 2019
Fall 2019 Invited Applications
Due June 7, 2019

Current grantees & invited applicants enter here.

Scholarships
2019 College Scholarship Applicants
Apply Jan 2 - Mar 1, 2019 Apply Here
Early Learning Scholarships
2018-19 and 2019-20 Applications Apply Here
Current College Scholars
Access Thank You Here

Learn more about Schulze College Scholarships Here

Learn more about Schulze Early Learning Scholarships Here

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.

Learn more about us