How Foundations Can Be Partners with Cities

September 10, 2012


Frank Turner
Frank Turner
Frank Turner talks about how private foundations can work effectively with cities on community development projects. Turner was the longtime city manager of Covington, Georgia and a trustee of a local foundation, the Arnold Fund. Over the years, he found ways of making each of these roles work on behalf of the community. He explains how he did it and what other foundations could learn from his experiences.


Length: 12 min, 4 sec

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"Somos Aire," is provided courtesy of Gain, a Barcelona, Spain, based band and is from the album of the same name issued in January, 2011.  Learn more about Gain by visiting the band on MySpace or Facebook.