We are invested in the success of the charitable organizations benefiting from our grants and the charitable causes they support.
The Walters Family Foundation is a private foundation which provides support to organizations that take care of human services and needs throughout the United States. We excel at identifying non-profit corporations which have the expertise to create measurable change in their communities.
We’ve granted money to a variety of charities from local community focused organizations to notable causes such as the American Red Cross, Oregon Trail Chapter. In order for our grants and donations to have the greatest impact, we identify organizations which are small to medium sized and have well controlled and intelligently operated charitable works. Using this criteria, we can ensure that our grants significantly strengthen these organization’s ability to serve their causes, and that the grants are put to use effectively.
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Walters Family Foundation serves the public interest by accepting donations and contributions from sources including individual philanthropists, family trusts and wills, and corporate philanthropic projects. Your donation is financially sustainable - we intelligently invest donations using expert investors and intelligent investment strategies, then grant the profits from these investments towards charitable organizations. Over time, your donation becomes a variety of grants orders of magnitude greater than the original dollar amount of your donation.
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Community Room named for the Walters Family Foundation in honor of Glenn and Viola Walters.
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