What is the CNAMF endowment?

What is the CNAMF endowment?

It is a permanent fund, consisting primarily of estate gifts, the proceeds of the Cook School campus sale and donor restricted gifts. The endowment is conservatively invested for growth and income. The assets of the fund are set aside and invested so that only the interest and dividends on the principal may be used for funding grants. The endowment grows through careful investing and appreciation of capital. It also grows through gifts and bequests.


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