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MMT permits grantees to include MMT's logo in its materials to indicate MMT's support during the period of an active grant or permanently when donors that help build structures are recognized as part of the structure (e.g., donor walls, bricks, etc).
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MMT encourages nonprofit organizations to raise public awareness about their work. Receiving funds from a foundation can provide a newsworthy opportunity to do so. It is not necessary to get MMT's approval to announce our award, as long as you characterize the award as it appears in your grant agreement and you make clear that Meyer Memorial Trust is a private foundation that is not connected to Fred Meyer Inc.
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Meyer Memorial Trust often provides staff members to represent MMT at nonprofit workshops and conferences, funder panels, development events, etc. If your organization would like a representative from MMT to talk about our foundation, grantseeking, proposal writing, and/or otherwise contribute to a collective understanding of the world according to MMT, please fill out and submit the form below. * = required.
MMT began a hiatus from some grantmaking on March 15. This means we are not currently accepting new applications. For more context on MMT's plans, please read Doug Stamm's blog or visit our hiatus FAQ page. Please note that this form contacts to our web team so please do not use it for any questions related to applying for Grants.
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