Russell G. Mawby collection Speeches and field notes of Dr. Russell G. Mawby, the Chairman and CEO Emeritus of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. The Mawby collection documents the accomplishments of a central leader in the statewide and national philanthropic fields during a pivital period of time in their history, beginning with the run-up to the Tax Reform Act of 1969 to the present day. Includes StoryCorps interview of Mawby.
Russell G. Mawby finding aid [PDF] Detailed listing of materials in the Russell G. Mawby collection.
Michigan Philanthropy Oral History Project (MPOHP) interviews The MPOHP was initiated in 2006 as an innovative partnership between the Council of Michigan Foundations, StoryCorps, Michigan Radio and the Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership at Grand Valley State University to create an oral history of Michigan philanthropy.
Johnson Center Video Interviews Video interviews with Michigan philanthropists.
Learning to Give finding aid [PDF] The Learning to Give program was the first K-12 curriculum project of its kind in the nation. LTG was launched in 1997 by the Council of Michigan Foundations as a project to infuse academic content about philanthropy and service-learning into the curriculum.
About the Johnson Center Archives Collection and Reference Resources
Johnson Center Archives Collections and Reference Resources Collection guides describing secondary source reference materials - including community foundation annual reports and youth philanthropy program materials housed at the Johnson Center office at 201 Front Ave SW, Suite 200, Grand Rapids, MI 49504.