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Making a difference for families in need

The SFM Foundation is a nonprofit that helps families affected by workplace injuries by providing scholarships to children of workers disabled or killed in work-related accidents. The financial burden of putting a student through college is real. Add a catastrophic injury into the mix and affording college is an even bigger challenge. We help education be more affordable for these students and their families by offering multi-year post-secondary scholarships.

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2023 Minnesota golf event
Our Minnesota Golfing for Scholarships event is our biggest fundraiser of the year. The event sells out quickly, so register early for our June 12 event.

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2023 Iowa golf event
Join us for our Iowa Golfing for Scholarships event, which continues to grow in popularity each year. Space is limited so register early for our May 22 event.

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Our 2022 fall fundraising event raised nearly $35,000 for scholarships, surpassing our $20,000 by an astounding 75%! We are eternally grateful to the sponsors, donors, vendors, volunteers and attendees who made it possible. We couldn't have done it without your support!

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Thank you for joining us for our 2022 fall fundraising event! Whether you attended in person or bid virtually on the silent auction, you helped us raise important funds to help more students reach their academic goals. For that we can't thank you enough!

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“I will never forget the day my guidance counselor said ‘I think this scholarship is for you.’ I opened up the application and my mind was blown. I could not believe that something like this existed — that a group of people were giving kids like me a chance to become successful. I am just so incredibly thankful for every single one of you…I can’t even say that enough.

~ Tatyana Soloviyov
SFM Foundation scholarship recipient

Tatyana Soloviyov
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