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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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Upcoming events


2021 Virtual Fall Fundraiser

A heartfelt thank you to everyone who sponsored and participated in our virtual fall auction. We raised an astounding $21,592 to support our scholarship program. Watch our website for details on our 2022 event!

Learn more about our virtual fundraiser


2022 Golfing for Scholarships

Mark your calendar for the 2022 Minnesota golf event on June 13, 2022 at Prestwick Golf Course in Woodbury, Minnesota, and Iowa golf event on Monday, May 23, 2022 at Hyperion Field Club in Johnston, Iowa. Sponsor the events, golf, or both!

Learn more about our golf events




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It's #GivingTuesday and your support means the world to us and the families we help. You can find ways to give to the SFM Foundation on our website ->

#HappyThanksgiving to you and your loved ones! We are thankful for our amazing supporters, the families we assist with funds raised, and the many volunteers who keep us running.

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“Funding college these days is hard enough for kids, but when you add in the fact that a family member has been critically injured, it puts a whole new level of stress on people. Thank you for helping my college dreams come true.

Peter Lesch
SFM Foundation scholarship recipient

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