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The Peter G. Dodge Foundation Joins Forces with Center on Addiction

December 20, 2019 Grants
The Peter G. Dodge Foundation Joins Forces with Center on Addiction

The Peter G. Dodge Foundation (PGDF) is pleased to announce a new partnership with Center on Addiction, the leading science-based nonprofit organization dedicated to transforming how the nation addresses addiction. This initiative will effectively merge PGDF’s addiction programming with Center on Addiction’s by embedding PGDF Executive Director Elizabeth Cairns at Center on Addiction as Director of External Partnerships. In this role, Cairns will coordinate existing Center on Addiction partnerships, and she will work closely with the organization’s executive staff to ...

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PGDF Outlines New Programs In Pivot to Public Charity Status

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