“Food is a basic human need. Food shelves play a critical role in helping families lay the foundation for getting back on their feet when they’re experiencing a crisis.” TED EVANS ’03, is multimedia marketing coordinator for the Greater Minneapolis Council of Churches and its family of human service programs which are focused on fighting hunger, helping seniors, empowering urban Native Americans, nurturing families, and mentoring youth. Read More…
The Winona State College Foundation is chartered.
A scholarship committee forms and distributes 25 awards totaling $3,400.
In its 27th year, the Foundation now manages more than $1 million in assets.
At the height of state budget cuts, an endowment fund for the Miller Brothers School of Engineering is finalized.
With assets topping $10 million, plans begin for East Lake Apartments, student housing built and maintained by the Foundation.
The public phase of Winona State’s first capital campaign, Light the Way, is launched.
For the first time, $1 million in scholarships is awarded to students.
The Integrated Wellness Complex, built with a unique blend of public, student, and donated funds, is dedicated.
With a gift of $1 million from Harriet Johnson, the Foundation now manages more than $36 million in assets.