Article: Mary Christie Foundation features Steve Fund’s work

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The Mary Christie Foundation reports in depth on the Steve Fund's work, from its beginnings to becoming the only non-profits of its kind.

The Mary Christie Foundation is running an in-depth feature on the Steve Fund’s work in the 4th Quarter 2016 edition of Mary Christie Quarterly.  The article describes the young organization’s journey from its beginning to becoming America’s only non-profit focused on the well-being of students of color.

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