The Foundation is proud to have supported Camp Bon Coeur for children with heart disease in the amount of $350,000 since 1999. The program officers of the Foundation enjoyed their recent summer site visit.
Since 2008, the Foundation has contributed $336,500 to Victories In Services, an organization addressing student motivation in the upper-ninth ward by creating an environment where students can experience success and learn skills needed to increase motivation to learn.
The Foundation is proud to announce a large research grant has been issued to UNO Department of Biological Sciences for the Howard Laboratory; two STEM projects approved to Delgado that will send a team to compete in iGEM in Boston, and a new partnership with Tulane Medical School to reduce the backlog of autism diagnosis in New Orleans from 180 to 30 over a two year period.
In honor of the Greatest Generation, the Brown Foundation is proud to announce its contributions to The National WWII Museum totaling $2,956,000.
Since June 2016, an osprey has been regularly seen on the Brown Foundation’s building light fixtures.
The Foundation partnered with The Nature Conservancy and St. Paul’s Episcopal School to build an osprey nesting platform adjacent to our building. Now we await the great birds to occupy the habitat!
E.F. Hunter, President, signing a $900,000 PRI grant in favor of local New Orleans homeless shelter.
E.F. Hunter, President, with Ilaria Simeone and Madison Smither, working on the Emmy Noether Award.
2017 Emmy Noether Award Winner, Hailey Rowbatham
2017 Emmy Noether Award Scholars