Bohemian to award nearly $500,000 to nonprofits
Thirty-three local nonprofits will receive grants ranging from $2,000 to $30,000. Funds are given by Bohemian twice annually to organizations that provide programs or services that serve as a catalyst for public awareness or encourage youth to become productive members of society.
The Pharos Fund was established as the initial grant-making program for Bohemian Foundation, a private family fund established in 2001 by Pat Stryker.
A complete list of the Pharos Fund recipients can be found here.
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