Carrying on MSCF’s Legacy for the Next Generation

Carrying on MSCF’s Legacy for the Next Generation

Carrying on MSCF’s Legacy for the Next Generation

Our Mission

A collective giving circle whose members come together to support initiatives that improve health, enhance well-being, or otherwise advance medical care in the Jewish and larger communities, honoring the history and legacy of the Mount Sinai Hospital.

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Who We Are

The Mount Sinai Community Foundation (MSCF) is a collective giving circle that honors the history and legacy of Mount Sinai Hospital.

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Our Story

In 1951, at a time of heightened anti-Semitism and discrimination, most Twin Cities hospitals excluded Jewish medical students from residency programs and Jewish doctors from employment. In response, Jewish philanthropists and medical professionals joined forces to launch Mount Sinai Hospital (at 22nd Street and Chicago Avenue South), opening opportunities to doctors of all ethnicities and religions to practice medicine.

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Membership

The MSCF Giving Circle is ideal for those who seek to give collectively, informed by research, in-person presentations, and a thoughtful process to understand the outcomes and measure the impact of their giving.

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Past Recipients

Each year, we award five to eight grants up to $10,000 each. Through our RFP process, nonprofits are invited annually to submit grant proposals. To date, we have given away more than $894,100 to organizations in the community.

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Grant Applicants

MSCF seeks to fund innovative grant proposals from 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations for one-time grants up to $10,000 that fulfill MSCF’s mission to improve health, enhance well-being, or otherwise advance medical care for Minnesota residents. Organizations must be located in one

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News

November 25, 2015

MSCF 2016 Grant Recipients

Mount Sinai Community Foundation is pleased to Announce the 2016 MSCF Grant Recipients…

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April 5, 2015

Schmooze: Mt. Sinai Community Foundation

When Loaves and Fishes Director of Operations Emily Schmitz met 12-year-old Max last summer, his eyes lit up! Schmitz knew why — the variety and taste of the food the Twin Cities meal provider had been cooking this year had been a favorite topic of conversation among the many children they serve.

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November 7, 2015

A Community Revival Story Worth Emulating

Mount Sinai shows how older civic organizations can stay vital.

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