Washington Woman magazine features the Meyer Foundation in their December issue for supporting local nonprofits. Meyer's Julie Rogers, Rick Moyers, and Katherine Freshley are quoted in the article. Additionally, Dance Place, InterFaith Works, Alexandria Seaport Foundation, CASA de Maryland, and the Latin American Youth Center are highlighted.
The December issue of Washingtonian magazine features a charitable giving section. More than 50 Meyer grantees are featured in a list of the best local charities.
In addition to the list, the Meyer Foundation's Julie Rogers is quoted in a story about the next generation of givers. Meyer's website is also mentioned as "a good place to start" to look for organizations to donate or volunteer.
The Washington Post recently published its annual section on charitable giving. Included in this year's section were opinion pieces written by local thought leaders. Julie Rogers was one of the selected thought leaders with her editorial A Critical Year for Community-Based Organizations.
2008 Meyer Exponent Award winner Anne Corbett is featured on the University of Maryland's news and events page. Ms. Corbett is the executive director of the Cultural Development Corporation of the District of Columbia.
The Meyer Foundation is mentioned in a New York Times article about surge of interest by Gen Y-ers in nonprofit management.
Mary Brown, executive director of Life Pieces to Masterpieces and one of Meyer's 2008 Exponent Awardees was named in Washingtonian magazine's Guest List column. Each month, the magazine's editors list the eight people they'd most like to have over for drinks, dinner, and conversation.
The DC Primary Care Association named Meyer Foundation Program Officer Kathy Freshley as its 2008 Champion of Change
The 2008 Meyer Foundation Exponent Award winners were featured in The Washington Post. The 2008 recipients are:
Mary Brown, Life Pieces to Masterpieces
Julie Chapman, NPower Greater DC Region
Anne Corbett, Cultural Development Corporation
Steve Galen, Primary Care Coalition of Montgomery County
Veronica Nolan, Urban Alliance Foundation
The Washington Post details Chancellor Michelle Rhee's funding plan for DC's public school system. The Meyer Foundation is mentioned as being a member of the Washington Regional Association of Grantmakers (WRAG).
Business Week mentions the Meyer Foundation and references its Daring to Lead report in an article on the American Express Nonprofit Leadership Academy which aims to help nonprofits fill their talent gap.