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Posts by Brandon Griffin

The Sanneh Foundation Receives $450,000 from Otto Bremer, Press Release Nov. 25, 2019

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE THE SANNEH FOUNDATION RECEIVES $450,000 FROM OTTO BREMER TRUST St. Paul, MN. (November 25, 2019) – The Sanneh Foundation (TSF) is pleased to announce the award of $450,000 in grant support from the Otto Bremer Trust. This major multi-year investment will provide general operating support for TSF’s work in all the places St. Paul families live, learn, work, and play. This new round of funding builds on six years of investments in…

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Sort-A-Awesome! Day of Service on October 6.

Sign up to help us sort donated gear on October 6 so we can send it to kids who need it in Haiti. Join TSF staff and other volunteers for a fun service day at Conway Community Center. We’ll provide food and have the football and MN United games on the big screens. Help us get all the awesome gear that has been donated ready to go so kids in Haiti and beyond can get in the game!

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Comcast at Conway: More Than Just A Partnership

Written by Alex Streitz On August 20th, Comcast came to Conway to meet with TSF and the children of the community in order to announce the expansion of their Internet Essentials program in public schools and libraries, as well as give away laptops to all the families in attendance and backpacks to each of the kids. This is a heart-warming occurrence even at surface value, but what lies underneath is what is integral to TSF’s…

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April Impact Trip Day 6 – Blog Post by Torsten Brinkema – 4/7/17

About StaffSponsorshipImpact TripsHaitian ExchangeBlogs VideosWays to Help Jack Schneider Memorial FundPartners & FundersDonate April Impact Trip Day 6 – Blog Post by Torsten Brinkema – 4/7/17 Today we had an early wakeup call at 7:15. Breakfast was the usual; fruit, eggs, sausage, toast with spicy peanut butter, and a mystery fruit smoothie. Our adventurous part of the day involved a trip to a local daycare center. We departed on Haitian time (later than planned) for…

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