We match the donations to chosen charities up to $5,000 each quarter.
Our founder, Dick Schulze, thinks the Power of 100 – Women Who Care organization structure
is a unique way to partner with local philanthropists. These partnerships can provide one more way to give back to the many communities that made Best Buy the world’s #1 electronics retailer.
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Is your giving circle eligible?
Has your giving circle been invited to participate?
Is your giving circle located in the United States?
Is your giving circle recognized by the 100 Who Care Alliance?
Please note: your giving circle’s participation in this program is reviewed annually by the Foundation.
Questions about eligibility? Contact Sheila Otto Phillips or Brian Kraft
The Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation (RMSFF) will consider providing a 50% match (up to $5,000) to invited Power of 100–Women Who Care giving circles whose chosen charities also meet the criteria described below.
Check the eligibility requirements for chosen charities. Characteristics listed below.
Submit your application within 30 days of your giving circle’s meeting.
Your chosen charity must respond to our verification request within two weeks of its receipt.
The Foundation will consider a 50% match (up to $5,000) to eligible and invited Power of 100 – Women Who Care giving circles if their chosen charity qualifies.
Please only complete the application process if your giving circle has been invited to participate in the matching grant program.
All grants distributed under this program will be directed in such amounts and at such times by the Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation in its sole discretion. Meeting certain criteria is no guarantee that any organization will receive a matching grant from RMSFF.