The Foundation has always pursued what might be termed a measured investment policy. We have grown our principal and generated income to fund grants. After Madison Cooper’s death, the Foundation’s corpus was roughly $3 million; today it is approximately $68 million.
You may access our most recent 990 (here).
Please contact the Foundation office at 254-754-0315 for more information.
The Foundation was Madison Cooper’s sole beneficiary. In his will, Cooper specified that his home was “to become not only the headquarters of Cooper Foundation, but a civic center, a source of practical instruction and cultural improvement.”
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Due to the ongoing situation with COVID-19, we cancelled the May Nonprofit Network session. As a reminder, there are no sessions in June or July, and the next scheduled session is in August. Please stay tuned for updates about future sessions.read more
2020 Training Dates
September 18, 2020; 8:30 – 10:30 amread more
Applications are due on the first Friday of every month and will be reviewed approximately three months later (e.g. if you submit your application in October, it will be considered at the January board meeting). Visit our grants page to learn more about the process of applying.