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WE SUPPORT 

At the Mauser Foundation, we focus our giving to communities and organizations that provide education, scholarships, and training intent on environmental sustainability. Since 1998, the Foundation has been

self-funded. We have granted financial aid to over 25 individuals and organizations exceeding over $380,000. We have collaborated with the following organizations to provide education, scholarships, financial support and training focusing on environmental sustainability. Click the link below to see and discover the former organizations we have supported in the past.

FORMER ORGANIZATIONS MAUSER FOUNDATION HAS FUNDED

We have collaborated with the following organizations to provide education, scholarships, financial support and training focusing on environmental sustainability.

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DONATIONS

 

WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY   Department of Marketing & Supply Chain Management

Asian Art Objects, Custom-built mahogany bookcase, 96 vintage business books dating back to the 1700’s, Sixteenth Century woodcut print (Hanseatic League), Primrose Annuals (Purdy Library)

MEMBER   Anthony Wayne Society- The Heritage Society 

TOM AND JUDIT WELACKY   Tom Welacky - a Field Crops Biologist, developed and managed Ferdinand F. Mauser’s land and apple orchard in Canada. Prof. Mauser and the Welacky family were lifelong friends. The Foundation donated two acres of Professor Mauser's land to Tom, a member of the Canadian Chestnut Council, and his wife Judit, to grow American Chestnut trees.

DETROIT TRAINING CENTER   Landscape training scholarships in environmental sustainability 

SPENCER MUSEUM OF ART   Six Buddhist Sculptures and 4 Ceramic art objects

JAPAN AMERICAN SOCIETY   Meadowbrook Annual holiday celebration and auction, 2 Monte Nagler photographs

MICHIGAN WILDLIFE CONSERVANCY   Educational programs, “Living with Cougars In Michigan” brochure, construction of Dr. Ferdinand F. Mauser Nature Trail, Sponsored guest lecturers at the Fall Festival: Chad Kister, award winning environmental journalist and Wayne L. Jackson, Native American elder, who spoke about endangered species     

EARTH CIRCLE ASSOCIATION   Marin County, CA Native American sweat lodge ceremonies

HULL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL   Livonia, MI, Fourth grade student recycling project

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY   Mount Clemens, MI Building Improvements to ReStore

HENRY FORD HOSPITAL AND MEDICAL CENTER   Detroit, MI, Department of Medical Genetics

The Foundation funded genetic research equipment and lab projects which were headed by Charles E. Jackson, MD, a colleague of Prof. Mauser. One of the projects looked for possible links between environmental toxins in the work place and cancer.

MEMBER   The Corporate Partners President’s Circle

OAKLAND LAND CONSERVANCY   Rochester, MI, Contribution for land purchase

AUSABLE BIG WATER PRESERVATION ASSOCIATION   Grayling, MI, River clean-up project

ECO-ENCORE   Sustainable recycling

THE GREENING OF DETROIT   Camp Greening, one of the most successful environmental camps in Detroit teaches about water cycles, animal habitats, plants and their functions 

USGBC-LEED   Workshop sponsorships

MICHIGAN INTERFAITH POWER & LIGHT CONFERENCE   Sponsorships

U.S. GREEN BUILDING COUNCIL   Scholarships to green educational programs, annual membership, resource materials

GREENING THE HEARTLAND CONFERENCE   Detroit, MI  Program contributions 

DETROIT FREE PRESS   Michigan Green Leaders Awards Breakfast and Expo

SISTERS, SERVANTS OF THE IMMACULATE HEART OF MARY (IHM)   Monroe, MI, Green Advantage Certification Training Program

MIDWEST GREEN BUILDING CONFERENCE   Detroit, MI  Sponsorships   

THE UM/ULI REAL ESTATE FORUM   Ann Arbor, MI, Annual Real Estate Forums and initiative sponsorship

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