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Grant proposal submitted to the Impact Foundation

Jackson, Jeremy  Nganje, William  David Saxowsky  Dwight Aakre

Dr. Jeremy Jackson, PI, Assistant Professor; Dr. William Nganje, Co-PI, Professor and Chair; David Saxowsky, Co-PI, Associate Professor; Dwight Aakre, Co-PI, Farm Management Specialist, all in Agribusiness and Applied Economics Department along with Dr. Verlin Hinsz, Co-PI, Professor in Psychology and Dr. Elizabeth Crawford, Co-PI, Assistant Professor in Communication have submitted a grant to the Impact Foundation in the amount of $38,185.

The project title is “Exceptional Impact Donor Initiative”

To help ND families with charitable intent and means to produce the greatest impact possible for the people of the region.  The specific objectives include:

1)    Prepare and analyze a North Dakota donor Survey (NDDS).

2)    Develop a discernment tool for high new worth families.

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